On Tuesday, January 18th, ALA Digital Reference presented the RDA Roundtable on Policy Statements as its latest free virtual event.
This roundtable discussion focused on the development of policy statements after the completion of the 3R Project, which you can learn more about by visiting https://www.rdatoolkit.org/3RProject. Representatives from the British Library, Library of Congress and the Music Library Association discussed the impact of changes to both the RDA standard and the Toolkit, the development of policy statements in response those changes, and their plans going forward. A demonstration of how to navigate policy statements in the redesigned Toolkit was featured.
Panelists included James Hennelly of the American Library Association, Thurstan Young of the British Library, Melanie Polutta of the Library of Congress, and Keith Knop of the Music Library Association.
If you missed this great event, or if you'd like to watch it again, you can now enjoy it on our YouTube page.