National Library of Australia

Other training materials

The following materials prepared by other organisations outside Australia are freely available to the  library community. These materials can be used by individuals or institutions for information, background or for use in training.

This list will be updated as new materials are available.

To advise us of any other useful training resources please contact 

Library of Congress

RDA training documentation that was prepared for training sessions conducted by Library of Congress staff.

RDA Co-publisher site

The Toolkit Publisher's teaching and training page contains information about special access arrangements for training courses, as well as an archive of free webinars explaining the functionality and content of the RDA Toolkit.

Entity Relationship diagrams are a visual representation of the RDA data model, which may assist in understanding the FRBR concepts underlying RDA.

North Carolina State University (NCSU)

All documentation relating to the involvement of NCSU in the US National Libraries RDA test. Includes training documentation, examples of workflows and RDA records, and NCSU RDA presentations.

Cambridge RDA Steering Group

The RDA documentation developed for training the staff of the libraries in the University of Cambridge is freely available under a Creative Commons CC-BY licence for anyone to reuse or adapt.