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This article reports on a joint translation project (France and Canada) of the RDA (Resource Description and Access) standard into French. We describe how the translation committee was functioning, explain the methodology, and present the measures taken to ensure that all contributing parties be satisfied with the end result. The paper discusses problems that arose when dealing with translating specific instructions and examples that needed to be adapted (or changed) to the French context.doi:10.1080/01639374.2014.889059 fatcat:auvl6p7yejhghljfvn5ayvjo3a