The links to online resources on this regularly updated page are provided to support teaching and training in RDA cataloging. We encourage any suggestions of new resources or events for inclusion here.
Examples of RDA Cataloging - supplied by the RSC
The Library of Congress website also contains the training materials developed for the 2010 U.S. National Test of RDA.
Barbara Tillett of the Library of Congress has written a useful introduction to FRBR entitled "What is FRBR?" and led a useful webinar entitled FRBR: Things You Should Know But Were Afraid to Ask.
North Carolina State University - extensive collection of documents developed by NCSU both during the U.S. National Test of RDA and after. The collection includes record examples, training plans, policy statements and more. The content is free to all.
University of Chicago - contains documentation and presentations from the university library's participation in the 2010 U.S. National Test of RDA.
The National Library of Australia hosts several pages of RDA information and training material supplied by the Australian Committee on Cataloguing.
Deutshce Nationalbibliothek has an extensive collection of German language training materials including training modules and podcasts.
Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) is a data model that serves as the conceptual foundation of RDA. Functional Requirements for Authority Data (FRAD), serves as the data model for authority records.
IFLA’s FRBR Review Group maintains a very useful bibliography on FRBR.
The home website of the FRBR Review Group includes links to non-English versions of FRBR and FRAD.
There are a number of entities that routinely offer online training for RDA cataloging.
To allow for training of future and current catalogers and other metadata professionals who need to become familiar with RDA: Resource Description and Access, we are offering access to RDA Toolkit at a 50% discount to LIS programs for instructors and students based on the number of users needed per school year.