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José Antonio Carrillo, University of Salamanca, Spain [March 8, 2016, e-mail] -- Dear Salman, My name is José Antonio Carrillo, I am doing a master’s in Translation and Intercultural Mediation at the University of Salamanca (Spain), and am the manager of a translation project conducted within the university. All members of the project group are students, at master’s and undergraduate level. My colleagues and I need to translate contents from different blogs and journals into Spanish to post them on ExperimenTRADO, a website for academic purposes: http://diarium.usal.es/experimentrado/.This website is run by some professors at the University of Salamanca and it concerns topics such as library science, library studies, information science and technology. We have found many interesting articles on your website that would be ideal translation material since they perfectly suit our blog’s points of interest. Let me remind you that our blog is not profit oriented. The initiative has a twofold purpose: to spread library-related articles and to give students the opportunity to translate in a professional work environment. I am, therefore, requesting permission to translate some of the contents of the website you run to include them in the blog ExperimenTRADO. After being translated, we would include the link to the original website and the name of the author. Let me know if you might agree with the terms as described above. I would be very grateful for your permission. If you require any additional information, do not hesitate to contact me. Sincerely, José Antonio Carrillo
Sally C. Tseng, Former Librarian, University of California, Irvine United States [March 14, 2016, e-mail in AUTOCAT] Hello Salman, Thank you very much for sharing these informative links. Your time and hard work are a real contribution to librarianship!
Harinarayana N.S., Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, University of Mysore, India [May 30, 2016, e-mail] -- Thanks Salman Haider. It is quite useful.
Susan Powers, Coordinator, Documents on Demand, CMU Libraries, Central Michigan University, Park Library, Michigan, United States [November 17, 2016, e-mail] -- I am interested in learning more about RDA, and really appreciate the work you have done on this blog, but please consider changing the orange background image. It is so hard to read what is in all of the boxes because of the way they move against that background.
Jayaram Haravu (or L. J. Haravu), Managing Trustee at Kesavan Institute of Information and Knowledge Management (KIIKM) and Pioneer of Open Source Library Software movement in India, creator of NewGenLib (www.newgenlib.com) integrated library system, [April 3, 2017, E-mail in LIS-Forum, PCCLIST, AUTOCAT on article Library and Information Science Videos and Resource Description & Access (RDA) blog] -- I congratulate Salman Haider for bringing to our notice this excellent initiative. I am sure this will be an invaluable source to teachers and students of librarianship and information studies. I have been a silent observer and admirer of your commitment to de-mystifying RDA for several years now. What you are doing is most commendable. I wonder, though, how many have taken advantage of your knowledge.
@metadataexpert Thank you for this blog! I create original #cataloging records & it helps put #RDA into practical terms. It's truly great.
— Michelle S, MLIS (@MichelleSpinn) August 9, 2013
Mario Rups [April, 2015] -- This blog is proving very useful, thank you!
Martha Rice Sanders, Senior Consultant at Innovative Interfaces. Rhode Island Area, United States [May 10, 2016] -- I am very very grateful for your posts on RDA. I have learned so much from you.
Robin Walker, Librarian/Archivist, Research and Education Department, International Longshore and Warehouse Union, San Francisco, California, United States  -- Cataloger's Reference Dictionary is hosted on Salman Haider's blog, Resource Description & Access. This resource offers tons of links to information on different topics within cataloging.
RDA BLOG IN TECHNICAL SERVICES QUARTERLY
An article on RDA Blog, published in Technical Services Quarterly, journal on library technical services published by Routledge (Taylor & Francis Online).
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RDA BLOG CITATIONS IN BOOKS
- The RDA Workbook : learning the basics of Resource Description and Access Margaret Mering, editor. California : Libraries Unlimited, 2014. View source>>
LINKS & REFERENCES IN WEBSITES BLOGS ETC.
RDA Blog also made it to the list of useful resources of following:
- Universities / Colleges / Library Science & I-Schools / Libraries:
- Yale University Library (New Haven, CT, United States)
- Rider University (New Jersey, United States)
- National Central Library (Taiwan)
- University of Central Missouri, (Warrensburg, MO,United States)
- RMIT University Library (Australia)
- The City University of New York, CUNY Technical Services Wiki (New York, United States)
- Jackson State Community College (Jackson, United States)
- The University of British Columbia (Canada), School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies (iSchool@UBC), HLWIKI
- University of Saskatchewan (Canada)
- Information Organization, LIS 5703 (Florida State University School of Information)
- Tennessee State Library and Archives (Tennessee, United States)
- University of Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico)
- Maine InfoNet, University of Maine (Maine, United States)
- The El Colombiano School of Library Science (Columbia)
- Indiana University (Bloomington, United States)
- Drexel University (Philadelphia, United States)
- University of Salamanca (Salamanca, Spain)
- Mohawk College (Ontario, Canada)
- Associations / Networks / Societies / Special Interest Groups:
- American Library Association (ALA) (Newsletter, July 31, 2013)
- American Library Association (ALA) (Newsletter, May 21, 2014)
- Ohionet (Ohio, United States)
- CatSIG, Cataloging Special Interest Group (New Zealand)
- AIB-WEB [Professional association of Italian librarians; started in 1930, AIB is the most important Italian professional association active in the field of libraries]
- Maine InfoNet, University of Maine (Maine, United States) - [Maine InfoNet is a collaborative of academic, public, school, and special libraries that provides leadership in resource sharing, promotes cost effective solutions for quality library information services, and supports the cultural, educational, and economic development of Maine]
- Society of American Archivists (Chicago, IL, United States)
- The Library Association of Ireland (Ireland)
- The Colombian Association of Library Science (Ascolbi) (Bogota, Columbia)
- Books / Articles / Presentations / Videos:
- The RDA Workbook (Book)
- Technical Services Quarterly, Taylor & Francis (Article)
- International Journal of Innovative Research in Science & Engineering (Article)
- Pennsylvania Libraries (Article)
- JLIS.it Italian Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science (Article: Cataloguing, a necessary evil: critical aspects of RDA)
- Websites & Blogs on Libraries & Librarianship:
- The Library Herald
- RDA Turkiye
- Project Gutenberg Self-Publishing Press
- Libraries on Scoop.it
- Fabricio Assumpcao
- Lancaster Y Yo
- Library Professionals
- Planet Cataloging
- SF Bay Area Cataloger
- LIS Trends
- Library Transformation
- Research Resources
- Cataloguers Wikispaces
- AKI (Sttuttgart, Germany)
- Internet / Web Archives & Directories:
- Alexa (an Amazon Company)
- Archive Today
- Internet Archive Wayback Machine
- Marcus P. Zillman
- Mailing Lists / Forums / Groups:
- PCC LIST
- MARC LIST
- And many other online mailing lists, groups, forums, and communities.
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