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Recently published by Facet Publishing
A guide to the basics
The book guides the reader through the key topics and questions providing a concise explanation of RDA, its implementation and its expected benefits for users and cataloguers.
Key sections include:
- what is RDA? placing RDA in context
- why are we changing to RDA?
- making the transition to RDA
- after implementation.
July 2010; 128pp; paperback; 978-1-85604-732-6; £29.95
Principles and practices
Laura A Millar
'Amid cost cutting, as more and more information professionals are expected to develop record management skills, the book is a treasure to learn good principles and practices for archives-keeping. As for seasoned professionals, it still is a keeper because it provides a whole new perspective and makes them view records management in a new light.'
- INFORMATION WORLD REVIEW
July 2010; 304pp; paperback; 978-1-85604-673-2; £44.95
A how-to-do-it manual
International authority Ross Harvey’s new how-to-do-it manual is the first one-stop resource in digital curation, and guides readers to understand and make the best use of the wide-ranging combinations of strategies, technological approaches, and activities that apply to this rapidly-emerging field.
September 2010; 250pp; paperback; 978-1-85604-733-3; £44.95
CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals Yearbook 2010
Kathryn Beecroft, compiler
This book is an invaluable source of contacts for all librarians and information professionals and includes a full listing of CILIP’s membership in the UK and overseas. This unique sourcebook puts vital data about CILIP at your fingertips and has five main sections:
1) The Organization
3) General Information
5) Historical Information.
August 2010; 496pp; paperback; 978-1-85604-678-7; £49.95