RDA for Music: Popular Music, Jazz, & World Music Audio Recordings
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RDA: Resource Description and Access is the new global cataloging standard, the successor to AACR2, implemented by the Library of Congress and other U.S. national libraries in March 2013, with many libraries across the country following suit. In this workshop, Tracey Snyder and Kevin Kishimoto will teach the basics of cataloging popular music, jazz, and world music audio recordings using RDA.

4/17/2014
When: Thursday, April 17, 2014
2:30 - 4:00 PM
Where: Online Webinar
http://www.alastore.ala.org/detail.aspx?ID=10909
Presenter: Tracey Snyder and Kevin Kishimoto
Contact: ALA TechSource

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RDA: Resource Description and Access is the new global cataloging standard, the successor to AACR2, implemented by the Library of Congress and other U.S. national libraries in March 2013, with many libraries across the country following suit. In this workshop, Tracey Snyder and Kevin Kishimoto will teach the basics of cataloging popular music, jazz, and world music audio recordings using RDA. This workshop will be invaluable for anyone who catalogs these materials and would like to learn how to do so using RDA.

Topics include:

  • RDA instructions pertaining to audio recordings and their location in RDA Toolkit
  • Differences between audio recordings instructions in RDA and AACR2
  • Aspects of RDA and FRBR that affect access to audio recordings of popular music, jazz, and world music
  • Supplemental guidelines for cataloging music in RDA, including the Music Library Association's Best Practices
  • MARC fields and subfields that accommodate RDA data for audio recordings

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mla@areditions.com
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The Music Library Association is the professional association for music libraries and librarianship in the United States. Founded in 1931, it has an international membership of librarians, musicians, scholars, educators, and members of the book and music trades. Complementing the Association’s national and international activities are eleven regional chapters that carry out its programs on the local level.