Film, Video RDA: Antecedents y aspectos de su implementacion

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Title
RDA: Antecedents y aspectos de su implementacion
Summary
Barbara Tillett presenta, en español, un breve panorama de los antecedentes de la reglas actuales de catalogacion y provee una vista "entre bastidores" del desarrollo de la nuevas pautas para catalogacion: "RDA: Recursos: Descripcion y Acceso." La Dra. Tillett destaca la importancia e influencia en RDA de los Principios Internacionales de Catalogacion de la IFLA y los modelos conceptuales FRBR y FRAD. La videoconferencia fue coordinada por el Departamento de Estado EE.UU. y la Biblioteca Nacional de Chile para las bibliotecas en Chile. Barbara Tillett discusses the antecedents of the current cataloging rules and provides a behind the scenes look at the development of the soon to be published cataloging guidelines, "RDA: Resource Description and Access". Tillett highlights the importance of the IFLA International Cataloguing Principles and IFLA's conceptual models FRBR and FRAD that focus on user tasks and how this influence has shaped RDA. This presentation was arranged through the US State Dept. and the Biblioteca Nacional de Chile for libraries in Chile and is in Spanish.
Event Date
August 13, 2009
Notes
-  Barbara Tillett is Chief of the Policy and Standards Division at the Library of Congress. The Policy and Standards Division (PSD) provides cataloging and acquisitions policy library wide; product support and development functions for bibliographic products and tools; processing of subject and classification proposals; LC database record maintenance and error/conflict resolution; and documentation and website maintenance.
Related Resources
Policy and Standards Division: https://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/queries.html
Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes 34 seconds
Language
English
Online Format
video

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