UNILINC is a not for profit cooperative formed to develop and operate a library network for the benefit of its members. UNILINC is a network of libraries comprising university, college, school and special libraries. UNILINC was founded in 1978 and is one of the most enduring cooperative endeavours in education.
All Libraries Australia training is conducted by an accredited Libraries Australia Training Agent. All NSW courses are held in UNILINC's training facility in central Sydney (right next to Town Hall Station).
A one day practical introduction to the application of RDA principles for copy cataloguing. The course will include hands-on navigation of the RDA Toolkit, outline the major changes in cataloguing practice and show how this is applied to MARC21. Course material will be provided. Open to UNILINC members & non-members.
UNILINC is a cooperative that was formed to develop and operate a library network to facilitate resource sharing amongst libraries. Becoming a UNILINC member will provide high quality library and information services and promote access to academic library resources.
Use of the Shared System brings cost savings and service benefits to library operations including: