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  • The international diffusion of RDA: a wide overview on the new guidelines. Carlo Bianchini, Mauro Guerrini. 2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 1-5. Online
  • RDA, or, The Long Journey of the Catalog to the Digital Age. Barbara B. Tillett. 2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 7-24. Online
  • The Making of RDA. Tom Delsey. 2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 25-47. Online
  • RDA and ISBD: history of a relationship. Elena Escolano Rodrìguez. 2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 49-82. Online
  • RDA: a content standard to ensure the quality of data. Carlo Bianchini, Mauro Guerrini.  2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 83-98. Online
  • RDA: the Emperor’s New Code. Michael Gorman.  2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 99-107. Online
  • Implementing RDA at the Library of Congress. Susan R. Morris, Beacher Wiggins. 2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 199-228. Online
  • RDA in Germany, Austria and German-speaking Switzerland – a new standard not only for libraries. Renate Behrens, Christian Aliverti, Verena Schaffner. 2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 253-278. Online
  • RDA content in multiple languages. Judith Kuhagen. 2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 299-306. Online
  • Towards an internationalization of RDA management and development. Gordon Dunsire. 2016. JLIS.it. Vol. 7, No. 2, pages 307-330. Online
  • Reflections of Ranganathan’s Normative Principles of Cataloging in RDA. Subhankar Biswas. 2015. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Vol. 53, Iss. 8, pages 948-963. Online
  • The Path to an RDA Hybridized Catalog: Lessons from the Kent State University Libraries’ RDA Enrichment Project. Amey L. Park , Roman S. Panchyshyn. 2016. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Vol. 54, Iss. 1, pages 39-59. Online
  • Revisiting Ranganathan’s canons in online cataloguing environment. Rosalien Rout and Pijushkanti Panigrahi. 2015. Annals of Library and Information Studies. Vol. 62, December, pages 286-289. Online
  • Large-Scale RDA Enrichment of Legacy Data at the University of Houston System Libraries. Annie Wu , Richard Guajardo , Stephanie Rodriguez. 2016. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Vol. 54, Iss. 3, pages 159-178. Online
  • From Record Management to Data Management: RDA and New Application Models BIBFRAME, RIMMF, and OliSuite/WeCat. Mauro Guerrini , Tiziana Possemato. 2016. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Vol. 54, Iss. 3, pages 179-199. Online
  • FRBR and the publication statement: the problem of identification of relationships and attributes of the entity Manifestation. Barbora Drobíková, Marie Odehnalová, Ema Juranová, Kristýna Králová, Ladislav Svatoš. 2016. Barbora Drobíková a kol. 2016/1. Online

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Articles on Resource Description and Access (RDA)

  • Resource Description and Access (RDA) Database Enrichment: The Path to a Hybridized Catalog. Roman S. Panchyshyn , Amey L. Park. 2015. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Volume 53, Issue. 2, pages 214-233.
  • FRBR, Twenty Years On. Karen Coyle. 2015. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Volume 53, Issue. 3-4, pages 265-285.
  • Breaking Records: The History of Bibliographic Records and Their Influence in Conceptualizing Bibliographic Data. Rachel Ivy Clarke. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Volume 53, Issue. 3-4, pages 286-302.
  • A Comparison of Recorded Authority Data Elements and the RDA Framework in Chinese Character Cultures. Maiko Kimura. 2014. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly.
  • A Turning Point for Catalogs: Ranganathan’s Possible Point of View. Carlo Bianchini , Mauro Guerrini. 2015. Volume 53, Issue. 3-4, pages 341-351.
  • Music Presentation Format: Toward a Cataloging Babel? Massimo Gentili-Tedeschi. 2015. Volume 53, Issue. 3-4, pages 399-413.
  • Cataloger Makeover: Creating Non-MARC Name Authorities. Violeta Ilik. 2015. Volume 53, Issue. 3-4, pages 382-398.
  • E-Book Cataloging (NCSU Libraries). Denise A. Garofalo. 2015. Technical Services Quarterly. Volume 32, Issue 1, page 96.
  • A Review of RDA: Strategies for Implementation. Peter H. Lisius. 2015. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Volume 53, Issue 1, pages 120-122. [Book Review]
  • A Review of Maxwell’s Handbook for RDA: Resource Description & Access: Explaining and Illustrating RDA: Resource Description and Access Using MARC 21. Karen Snow. 2015. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Volume 53, Issue 1, pages 116-119. [Book Review]
  • Modeling Resource Description Tasks in RDA. Shoichi Taniguchi. 2015. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Volume 53, Issue 1, pages 88-111.
  • AACR2 to RDA: Is Knowledge of Both Needed during the Transition Period? Peter H. Lisius. 2015. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Volume 53, Issue 1, pages 40-70.
  • Changing the Rules? RDA and cataloguing in Europe. Alan Danskin, Katharine Gryspeerdt. 2014. LIBER Quarterly. Volume 24, Number 2.
  • New directions in information organization. Anne Sara. 2014. The Australian Library Journal. Volume 63, Issue 4, page 337. [Book Review]
  • The impact of Bibframe. Thomas Meehan. 2014. Catalogue and Index. 16 pages
  • RDA: Resource Description and Access: The new standard for metadata and resource discovery in the digital age. Carlo Bianchini, Mauro Guerrini. 2015. JLIS.it. 11 pages.
  • A Review of Making the Move to RDA: A Self-Study Primer for Catalogers. Robert Rendall. 2015. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. Volume 53, Issue 2, pages 252-255. [Book Review]
  • Common Ground: Exploring Compatibilities Between the Linked Data Models of the Library of Congress and OCLC. Carol Jean Godby, Ray Denenberg. 2015. Library of Congress and OCLC Research. 12 pages. Dublin, Ohio.
  • The expansion of the personal name authority record under Resource Description and Access Current status and quality considerations. Heather Lea Moulaison. 2015. IFLA Journal. Volume 41, Number 1, pages 13-24.
  • RDA in Turkey: Perceptions and Expectations on Implementation. Doğan Atılgan, Nevzat Özel, Tolga Çakmak. 2015. JLIS.it. Volume 6, Number 2, 17 pages.
  • Basic Serials Cataloging Workshop. Les Hawkins , Hien Nguyen , Stephen Kharfen. 2015.  The Serials Librarian. Volume 68, Issue 1-4, pages 5-16.
  • Book review: Robert L. Maxwell, Maxwell’s Handbook for RDA: Explaining and Illustrating RDA: Resource Description and Access Using MARC 21. C Higgins. 2015. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. Volume 47, Number 2, pages 168-169.
  • Towards a FRBR compliant catalogue: prospects for the City of Cape Town Public Library Management System. Niels Ruppelt. 2015. IFLA WLIC. 22 pages.
  • RDA, Resource Description & Access and Cartographic Resources by Paige G. Andrew, Susan M. Moore, and Mary Lynette Larsgaard. David J. Bertuca. 2015. Technical Services Quarterly. Volume 32, Issue 3, pages 360-361. [Book Review]
  • Using RDA to Improve User Experience. A Report of the ALCTS Catalog Form and Function Interest Group Meeting. American Library Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, June 2014. Kelsey Brett , Ruth Elder. 2015. Technical Services Quarterly. Volume 32, Issue 3, pages 313-316.
  • Core Concepts for Future Cataloguers. Natalia Garea García, Anne Welsh, Antonis Bikakis, Simon Mahony, Charlie Inskip and Mira Vogel. 2015. University College London. 30 pages.

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Format of bibliographic description here is similar to description on Bibliography Page of RDA Bibliography: Title. Author/Editor/Compiler. Year. Publisher/Journal. Pages/Volume/Issue/Slides/Minutes. Place.

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