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RDA & CJK Materials Workshop at 2012 CEAL/AAS Annual Meeting


Date: Tuesday, March 13, 2012

: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm (Registration 8:00-8:30; workshop starts at 8:30 am).


Location: the University of Toronto


Revised Schedules


8:00-8:30am   -- Registration and coffee



1. Introduction to RDA—overview [Shi/Charlene]

  • FRBR/RDA structure
  • Core elements
  • RDA Toolkit
  • Q&A



2.  What’s new in RDA?--differences between AACR2 and RDA [Charlene/Hideyuki]



     2.1. Bibliographic records: for print monographs  

  •  Q&A


     10:20-10:40am   -- Morning break



     2.2. Bibliographic records: for other formats

  • Q&A


12:00-1:00pm     Lunch



     2.3. Authority records 

  • Q&A



     2.4. MARC: new and updated tags

  • Q&A



3.  Copy cataloging with RDA records: [Jai-Hsya/Shi]

  • Policy & Issues
  • Q&A


2:45-3:00pm --Afternoon break



4. The impact of RDA on CJK materials [Erminia/Jai-Hsya/Charlene]



     4.1. CJK Examples and CJK Specific Issues

  • Part one: Korean examples [Erminia]
  • Part two: Japanese examples [Jai-Hsya]
  • Part three: Chinese examples [Charlene]



     4.2. Panel Discussion [All trainers]



5. Training Resources [Charlene]



Conclusion and Evaluation




Erminia Chao (Brigham Young University),

Charlene Chou (Lead Trainer, Columbia University),

Shi Deng (University of California, San Diego),

Hideyuki Morimoto (Columbia University),

Jai-Hsya Tsao (University of Chicago)


Location: Building: 01 O.I.S.E. (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto), Room 2214
252 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 1V5, Canada

(The building is above the St. George Subway station, the stop for the university, at the Bedford Road exit. You can walk directly from the station to the inside of the building without going into the street. Participants can either stay at the conference hotel, which is a 10-minute subway ride away, or stay at one of the nearby hotels. If you leave from conference hotel, please make sure to take University subway line northbound and leave the train at St. George station. Jie Li and Min Li, two UofT EAL staff,  will wait at the exits of the subwaystation with sign)

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