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Thursday, December 04, 2008

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Irvin Flack

Chris

The RDA draft is also available as a single zip file to download from here (I think courtesy of Karen Coyle):
http://www.archive.org/details/ResourceDescriptionAccessrdaDraftNov.2008
(click on the All Files: HTTP link on the left)

Irvin

arkham

Yes, Bernhard's online access is great. I find it much easier to use than the official PDFs - and the ability to search by MARC tag is a nice touch and will help me in working on my presentations to our member libraries on RDA.

Christine Schwartz

Thanks, Irvin, I was not aware of the zip file at the Internet Archive. The RDA constituency review website also has the full draft as a zip file: http://www.rdaonline.org/constituencyreview/constituency_review.zip

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