RDA (Resource Description and Access): Source Specifying and AccessInstructors:Emine H. GUR, Library of Boğaziçi UniversityBahar Biçen ARAS, Library of MEF UniversityContent of the Course:Formation of information resources and the international standards used during being opened to open-access, AACR2 standard, RDA: differences and application examples.Introduction of RDA standards that have been designed instead of AACR2 used for formation and opening to the access of information resources roughly and by showing off some practical applications. Emphasizing the importance of international standards for being able to be published in library catalogs online.
In order to participate in this training, participants are expected to have those pieces of equipment listed below- providing that must be tested before.
– Internet Access
– Quiet Environment
Aims of the Course:
– Enlightening Catalog Librarians about RDA standards’ content and extend.
– Helping Catalog Librarians to understand the basics of FRBR and FRAD’s conceptual models which make up the foundation of RDA.
– Emphasizing the importance of standardization in order to obtain bibliographic by making shared decisions on the application and interpretation of RDA guidelines.
– Making Catalog Librarians more competent in preparing national author& subject authority index by exhibiting the importance of Authority Control process during the formation of information resources.
– Exhibiting how much the Catalog Librarians are vitally important for the WEB.