Information on the Library Reference Model (LRM)
The Library Reference Model (LRM) was created by IFLA in 2017. LRM is a consolidation of the entity relationship models created by IFLA such as FRBR, FRAD and FRSAD
- IFLA Library Reference Model: What and Why? Presented by Chris Oliver. June 2018)
- Aggregates in the IFLA Library Reference Model and RDA Presented by Damian Iseminger (May 2019).
Revised Key Resource Description and Access (RDA) Concepts
- Relationship Elements
- Relationship Elements Presented by Kate James (January 2019).
- Representative Expressions
- Representative Expressions Presented by Kathy Glennan (February 2018).
- Vocabulary Encoding Schemes
- RDA Vocabulary Encoding Schemes Presented by Kate James (January 2020)
- Appellations Elements and Nomens
- A Deeper Dive into Nomen and Appellations Presented by Gordon Dunsire (January 2019)
- Aggregates and Serials
- Two Presentations on Aggregates and Serials Presented by Clement Oury and Deborah Fritz (June 2018)
- Diachronic Works in RDA Presented by Ed Jones (May 2019)
- RDA and Linked Data
- RDA Linked Data Stuff Presented by Gordon Dunsire (June 2019.)
General RDA Toolkit and RDA Learning Resources
A new version of the RDA Toolkit was released in December 2020
The following learning materials are related to the 2020 version of the RDA Toolkit
- RDA Toolkit YouTube channel Contains instructional videos on how to use the RDA Toolkit and recordings of RDA-related presentations. All demos and webinars from 2021 and 2022 have been posted to this channel.
- RDA Learning Resources Contains general learning materials such as presentations, demonstrations and exercises pertaining to the new version of RDA