RDA for the Seasoned Cataloger: Print Serials (Minitex)

Course Overview

Experienced copy catalogers and original catalogers of serials who have an interest in learning more about RDA are welcome to participate in this 3-part, self-paced workshop. This online training series will focus on the instructions for reviewing and building RDA-MARC bibliographic records. Emphasis is placed on print serials, but e-serials will also be addressed briefly. The training content for this online course is delivered over a three week period beginning November 28, 2012.

The registration fee for staff and institutions in the Mintiex region varies: For Minnesota and North Dakota, it is $100; for South Dakota and Wisconsin, $125. For those outside the region, the fee is $150 (US dollars). This fee applies to the three-part course as a whole.

Schedule: The workshop is divided into three parts and delivered over a three week period. For each part you are given six days, including a weekend, to complete the training materials. Your access to Moodle will continue for about one week after the workshop’s conclusion.

Audience

Experienced copy catalogers and original catalogers of serials who have an interest in learning more about RDA are welcome to participate in this 3-part, self-paced workshop.

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Cost

$150.00

Course Provider

Minitex

Course Length

3.0 Hours

Course Format

Self Paced

Contact

training@oclc.org

Products

RDA

Subject Area

Cataloging and Metadata

 

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