RDA and Law Libraries

Dec. 14, 2011
Location: Online Only
Full Cost: Free for AALL members; $60 everyone else

Learning Objectives:
• Participants will gain knowledge of how RDA fits into the changing bibliographic landscape.
• Participants will be able to identify pertinent implementation issues associated with application of RDA principles.

Speakers:
Richard C. Amelung, Saint Louis University School of Law
Richard Amelung is the Associate Director at the Saint Louis University School of Law Library. He is also Director of the Law School's Center for International and Comparative Law. He is a frequent national and regional speaker on technical services and library management topics. He recently served as AALL's representative on the Library of Congress's Working Group for the Future of Bibliographic Control.

John Hostage, Harvard Law School Library
John Hostage is Authorities and Database Integrity Librarian at the Harvard Law School Library. He has been involved with law cataloging since 1982 and has been active in cataloging-related committees of ALA, AALL, and IFLA.

Moderator:
Patricia Sayre-McCoy, University of Chicago D'Angelo Law Library
This webinar is complimentary for AALL members/ $60 for non-members