RDA : Resource Description and Access. Deirdre Kiorgaard Australian Committee on Cataloguing Representative to the Joint Steering Committee for the Development of RDA. AACR to RDA. AACR and descriptive cataloguing. AACR is a robust standard, but …
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Deirdre KiorgaardAustralian Committee on Cataloguing Representative to the Joint Steering Committee for the Development of RDA
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“The OPAC has tended to favour an increase in the number of access points over the effective presentation of the relationships between resources. … It has been the failure to exploit the navigational potential of this rich metadata that has given the OPAC such a bad name.” Danskin, 2006.
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Austlit, Music Australia, Trove
VTLS – Virtua
“metadata increasingly appears farther and farther away from its original context” Shreeves, Riley and Milewicz (2006).
Galleries, libraries, archives
Catalogue records have jumped the fence
Services based on data aggregations
Sharing of library data with other sectors
Exposure of library data to the internet
“Standards are like toothbrushes; everyone agrees they are a good idea, but nobody wants to use anyone else’s.” Baca (2008)
When choosing the standards to use within the library sector:
When working with other communities: