During this period where many, many folks are staying at home and either working remotely or just trying to be productive in some way, we have a few options to offer.
Extended Free Trials
Starting today, free trials of RDA Toolkit will run for 60 days instead of 30. If you signed up for a free trial in the last 30 days, you will still get the extra 30 days. If you had a free trial a long time ago, no worries. You can still sign up for a 60 day trial.
Here's what to do. Go the Free Trial page and complete the form. All that is required is your name, your institution name and a valid email address. This trial is for individuals and institutions so you can simply put your name in the institution field if that is your preference.You'll also notice that the form says the trial period is 30 days. Just ignore that. You'll get 60 days of access, we promise. Then click submit, and you're done. You will get a confirmation email with your login information. If you have any issues completing the sign up process or accessing the Toolkit, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch RDA Videos on YouTube
Have you ever visited the RDA Toolkit YouTube channel? It has short videos that provide tips for using the beta RDA Toolkit and recordings of presentations that explain new concepts and practices introduced by IFLA's Library Reference Model and the 3R Project. Slides of RDA presentations can also be found on the RDA Steering Committee website.
Follow Us and Comment
Our Facebook and Twitter pages are spaces for you to learn about developments with RDA Toolkit just as they're unfolding. Want to find out about special promotional offers, improvements in RDA Toolkit accessibility, and all other late-breaking news about RDA Toolkit as soon as possible? Then make sure you add us as a friend on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. And be sure to comment on our posts and Tweets too in order to help others in the global RDA Toolkit community find you easily.
Take our Survey
We know this might sound like a platitude, but your feedback really does matter a lot to us! Decisions about the content and interface of RDA Toolkit are informed by the feedback of our subscribers. The more you share with us, the better we can meet the needs of our users. Take our short, four-question survey to let us know how your user experience is going and what you'd like to see on the next version of RDA Toolkit.
Connect with Friends
While you're checking in on friends and colleagues around the world, let them know that RDA Toolkit is available to them as well.