RDA Train-the-trainer webcasts

I know these have been available for a bit, and many of you know about them, but with CLA (our Canadian Library Association Conference) and ALA Annual coming up, I thought there might be renewed interest in watching RDA train-the-trainer webcasts before attending the RDA workshops and presentations. Or, if you can’t attend these conferences or workshops, an opportunity to take advantage of these helpful webcasts and learn about RDA on your own.

All free of charge, these webcasts can be watched by all professionals
who are facing the implementation of RDA and would like some help!

*Thank you to Bryan Campbell for posting this on AUTOCAT!

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2 responses to “RDA Train-the-trainer webcasts

  1. Bryan Campbell

    I had not seen them until today, although, to be honest, I have not been keeping up with all aspects of RDA development. I checked the AUTOCAT archive and did not see them mentioned. I am glad that you found the reminder useful. Did you see the followup from Mark Ehlert regarding revised ppt slides|http://bit.ly/dAXw4o [posted @ RDAtest site 14 May 2010]?

  2. Laurel Tarulli

    Hi Bryan,
    I haven’t been keeping up with all things RDA either, which is why I thought your reminder was so helpful. Thanks again!

    I did see the follow-up but didn’t get a chance to post it – the usual hectic Friday! So, for everyone else not on AUTOCAT the ppt slides can be found at: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/RDAtest/rdatraining.html

    Enjoy your Memorial Day weekend!

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