RDA new cataloging rules
As the implementation of RDA approaches in April SCIS felt it would be good to provide a compilation of our Connections articles and blogs on this topic so far.
In Connections 83 we published Why new rules, and what has it got to do with me? by Renate Beilharz from Box Hill Institute
As part of the SCIS consultation on 4 December 2012 Renate also provided an introduction to Resource Description and Access (RDA) and its benefits for education libraries which we blogged about . Click here for the slide share of Renate’s presentations
SCIS, along with the library world globally is preparing for the first major cataloging standards change to take place since the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, second edition (AACR2) were released in 1978. You can find out more on SCIS implementation of RDA here
More information about RDA is available on the website of the Australian Committee on cataloging. You will also find a helpful overview on RDA on Wikipedia
Celebrating the launch of RDA and RDA Toolkit at ALA10
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read my tweets on using web 2.0 for learning and assessment (to lazy to blog over 140 characters LOL)
English Dept. going to use a wiki to showcase student work
Did a wiki for the Heidelberg Project – teachers are finally biting the bullet on web 2.0
developed a blog for the year 12 grls to discuss their ideas for the end of year theme
great assignment with VCAL grls developing a business website with googlesites. last year they mocked them up on MSPublisher
Perspectives on Learning: Leveraging the Potential of a hyper-connected world
On Monday 23rd I attended a SLAV conference entitled Perspectives on Learning featuring Will Richardson from the United States.
Will is a leading educator in the understanding and implementation of Web 2.0 strategies in schools. He argues that ‘Learning in the 21st century is all about networks and the connections we can make to other learners and teachers both in our communities and around the globe. But being literate in this new learning environment requires more than knowing how to read and write, it requires us to edit, publish, collaborate, create and connect in the process of building our own personal learning spaces’
Inspired by Will I decided to blog and work with the teachers at my school and make them aware of Web 2.0 and its potential for learning. This blog will be about how one teacher librarian raises awareness within his school
I have started a Library Web 2.0 Wiki page on the School Portal where I will explore some of the issues, tools and personalities raised by him in his keynote address and in his featured workshop on Podcast, Vodcast, Screencast, LiveStream nation.