Organizing for Access with FRBR, RDA, Linked Data, and Beyond.pdf
The book analyzes the 21st-century challenges of managing information resources and data-including books, eBooks, audio files, video files, computer files, and Web resources-for access within the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) model. * Highlights how LIS professionals and the information industry can ensure their products and services meet user needs * Examines FRBR and RDA and other creative solutions for describing and accessing information and data * Discusses the concept of "linked data" and its potential for enhancing the values of library records * Enables students enrolled in LIS courses to better understand the management of information resources and data for access in the broad digital context * Provides information of critical importance for practitioners, students, and faculty of the field of library and information science * Serves as an excellent supplemental textbook for any cataloging or organization of information course that covers audiovisual materials (including music or film collections)
Ingrid Hsieh-Yee is professor in the School of Library and Information Science at The Catholic University of America. She earned her doctorate and master's degrees at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.