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Cataloging Community Galvanized as U.S. National Libraries Move To Embrace RDA

By Michael Kelley Aug 2, 2011, Library Journal.com

The roof beam of a new bibliographic framework has been raised high and likely will be nailed into place in the not too distant future...

Other data communities do not use MARC as a record format. "As a result library data doesn't work well with other data. This puts library data at a disadvantage when it comes to being discovered on the web," wrote Liz Miller, a cataloging librarian at New Mexico State University Library, in the April 2011 issue of Reference & Users Service Quarterly.

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