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RDA Print Survey

Jun - 18 - 2007
Nicole C. Engard

Chris points us to a survey to help decide if there will be a print version of RDA.

I find that while I have access to Cataloger’s Desktop, I still rely heavily on the print versions of my cataloging guides. It’s just easier to flip through the pages than it is to find what I’m looking for online. I also prefer to read print over the screen (I read plenty online – why add one more thing?). I do like that the online versions can link to other resources – like how the online AACR2 links to Library of Congress Rule Interpretations, but that doesn’t stop be from starting in the book.

If you have an opinion in the matter, take the survey, it’s pretty short.

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