AACR2by JAMILA JABEROrganization of Information       Dr. JAWAD MAKKI   28/09/2012                          Powerpoint Tem...
Cataloguing Organizing a library materials in an effective manner according to standardized rules and practices in order t...
Definitions AACR = content standard for resource description and access MARC = communication and exchange format providing...
Why AACR2? Growth of libraries Extensions of catalogue processes Bibliographic services With the time of mechanization: Gr...
History 1908: “cataloguing rules: author and title entries” 1949: “Anglo American entries” ALA, LOC 1967: “AACR” 1978: “AA...
Outline of AACR2 Part 1: Description    Chapter 1: General rules    Chapters 2 -12: Resource type - specific rules    Chap...
Structure of AACR2 Description of an item goes from general to specific Relating To • the item type BOOK, Prints, Maps, Mu...
Levels of cataloguing -Full-level cataloging:  Records    that   meet   the requirements of second-level description (AACR...
Structure of AACR2 Cataloguing of an item is based on fields/area — title and statement of responsibility area/entry — edi...
Structure of AACR2 The choice of access points/ Main entry — headings for persons — geographic names — headings for corpor...
Types of cataloguing Original cataloguing: For MARC records, when you input a new master record cataloged according to cur...
AACR2 Key principles   • One principle entry per resource   Authority/access point control it is the process   whereby con...
AACR2 Key principles    • Chief source of information (e. g. The title page is the chief source of information‖ If a book ...
e.g. Title rule • Transcribe the title   proper just as it   appears in the title   page (chief source of   information)  ...
Title: subtitle                                  Authors with the                                   same function         ...
AACR2 Key principles • Punctuation: AACR2R punctuation is according to   International Standard Bibliographic Description ...
Examples Book ISBD card 940.4 Berton, Pierre, 1920- BER Vimy / Pierre Berton. -- Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, c1986. ...
Examples Book MARC21 record NLC Control # 016 $a860937070 ISBN 020 $a0771013396 Cat. Source 040 $aCaOTUbengcCaOTUdCaOONL D...
Examples CD Audio ISBD card CD 784.5 Turner, Tina. TUR Private dancer [sound recording]. -- Hollywood, Calif. : Capital, c...
Examples CD Audio MARC21 record Dewey Class 082 0_ $a784.5 Local Call # 090 $a784.5 TUR $bCD ME:Pers. Name 100 1_ $aTurner...
Examples MARC21 original cataloguing record                   Powerpoint Templates                                        ...
Examples MARC21 copy cataloguing record                  Powerpoint Templates                                         Page...
References • AACR2 homepage http://www.aacr2.org/index.html • The concise AACR2. 4th ed.2004 • Anglo-American Cataloguing ...
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  • First Arabic edition of AACR2 was published in 1983
  • First Arabic edition of AACR2 was published in 1983
  • Anglo American Cataloging Rules 2nd Ed. - AACR2

    1. 1. AACR2by JAMILA JABEROrganization of Information Dr. JAWAD MAKKI 28/09/2012 Powerpoint Templates Page 1
    2. 2. Cataloguing Organizing a library materials in an effective manner according to standardized rules and practices in order to allow users to retrieve information quickly, and ultimately Whether the retrieval system is a card catalogue (ISBD) or an automated catalogue (MARC) Powerpoint Templates Page 2
    3. 3. Definitions AACR = content standard for resource description and access MARC = communication and exchange format providing a structure for encoding the content of bibliographic and authority data ISBD = rules that organise the display of a bibliographic description of an item in a catalogue Powerpoint Templates Page 3
    4. 4. Why AACR2? Growth of libraries Extensions of catalogue processes Bibliographic services With the time of mechanization: Growth of centralized and cooperative bibliographic services and networks Development and unification of services in the national Libraries Main objective: Develop an international cataloguing code in order to exchange of bibliographic data Powerpoint Templates Page 4
    5. 5. History 1908: “cataloguing rules: author and title entries” 1949: “Anglo American entries” ALA, LOC 1967: “AACR” 1978: “AACR2” ALA (USA), CLA (Canada) and the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (UK) 1988: “AACR2R” 2002: “AACR2R” 2003: A schedule of annual updates began and ceased with 2005 2010: AACR2 has been succeeded by Resource Description and Access (RDA) Powerpoint Templates Page 5
    6. 6. Outline of AACR2 Part 1: Description Chapter 1: General rules Chapters 2 -12: Resource type - specific rules Chapter 13: Analytic entries Part 2: Headings, Uniform Titles, References Chapter 21: Choice of access points Chapters 22 – 26: Construction of access points Appendices A: Capitalisation, B: Abbreviations, C: Numerals, D: Glossary, E: Initial articles Powerpoint Templates Page 6
    7. 7. Structure of AACR2 Description of an item goes from general to specific Relating To • the item type BOOK, Prints, Maps, Music, Animation, computer files, CD/DVD, periodicals… • To the level of cataloguing Powerpoint Templates Page 7
    8. 8. Levels of cataloguing -Full-level cataloging: Records that meet the requirements of second-level description (AACR2, rule 1.0D2) -Core-level cataloging: Records that meet the requirements of first-level description (AACR2, rule 1.0D1) and some of the requirements of second-level description (AACR2, rule 1.0D2). -Minimal-level cataloging: Records that meet the requirements of first-level description (AACR2, rule 1.0D1). Powerpoint Templates Page 8
    9. 9. Structure of AACR2 Cataloguing of an item is based on fields/area — title and statement of responsibility area/entry — edition area/entry — special area for serials, computer files, maps, an other cartographic materials and music — publication distribution, etc., area/entry — physical description area/entry — series area/entry — note(s) area/entry — standard number area/entry — subject headings area/entry Powerpoint Templates Page 9
    10. 10. Structure of AACR2 The choice of access points/ Main entry — headings for persons — geographic names — headings for corporate bodies — uniform titles e.g. Main entry conference 111 2# |aColloque international du FLE|d(2011:|cUnivesité Islamique du Liban, Liban) Powerpoint Templates Page 10
    11. 11. Types of cataloguing Original cataloguing: For MARC records, when you input a new master record cataloged according to current cataloging practices and AACR2. the library code is mentioned in the field 040 (code 040##|aLB-ChIUL) Copy cataloguing: A MARC record exists. You modify the record for local use and create a copy of the record with your modifications. (040##|aLC|bLB-ChIUL) Transcribing cataloging copy: You create a master record using an existing non-MARC record (040##|aLC|bLC|cLB-CIUL) Powerpoint Templates Page 11
    12. 12. AACR2 Key principles • One principle entry per resource Authority/access point control it is the process whereby consistency of form is maintained in the headings (names, uniform titles, series titles, subjects), retrievable form authority files/vocabularies 100 1# |aMakki, Jawad 245 10 |aOrganization of information /|cJawad Makki Powerpoint Templates Page 12
    13. 13. AACR2 Key principles • Chief source of information (e. g. The title page is the chief source of information‖ If a book has no title page, use the cover, the half-title page or the caption…) Powerpoint Templates Page 13
    14. 14. e.g. Title rule • Transcribe the title proper just as it appears in the title page (chief source of information) TITLE • Transcribe exactly all the words of the title proper = do not omit any words • Items lacking a title = the cataloguer can make up a title for an item but MUST put it in [brackets] Powerpoint Templates Page 14
    15. 15. Title: subtitle Authors with the same function Author with another functionBy G.L. Preston…[et al.] ; illustrated by S.E. Belew Name of Publisher Place Date Powerpoint Templates Page 15
    16. 16. AACR2 Key principles • Punctuation: AACR2R punctuation is according to International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD). ―punctuation must be correct: some systems will not save a record without the correct punctuation, or will save it incorrectly‖! 100 1#|aMakki, Jawad,|d1982- Powerpoint Templates Page 16
    17. 17. Examples Book ISBD card 940.4 Berton, Pierre, 1920- BER Vimy / Pierre Berton. -- Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, c1986. 336 p. : maps ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 317–325) and index. ISBN 0771013396 1. Vimy Ridge, Battle of, 1917. I. Title. C86-0937070 Powerpoint Templates Page 17
    18. 18. Examples Book MARC21 record NLC Control # 016 $a860937070 ISBN 020 $a0771013396 Cat. Source 040 $aCaOTUbengcCaOTUdCaOONL Dewey Class 082 04 $a940.4 Local Call # 090 $a940.4 BER ME:Pers. Name 100 1_ $aBerton, Pierre,$d1920- Title 245 10 $aVimy /$cPierre Berton Imprint 260 $aToronto :$bMcClelland and Stewart, $cc1986. Phys. Descript. 300 $a336 p. :$bmaps ;$c25 cm. Note:Bibliog. 504 $aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 317–325) and index. Subj. Topical 650 _0 $aVimy Ridge, Battle of, 1917. Powerpoint Templates Page 18
    19. 19. Examples CD Audio ISBD card CD 784.5 Turner, Tina. TUR Private dancer [sound recording]. -- Hollywood, Calif. : Capital, cp1984. 1 sound disc (39 min., 31 sec.) : digital, 4¾ in. 1. Popular music -- United States. 2 Rock music -- United States. I. Title. Powerpoint Templates Page 19
    20. 20. Examples CD Audio MARC21 record Dewey Class 082 0_ $a784.5 Local Call # 090 $a784.5 TUR $bCD ME:Pers. Name 100 1_ $aTurner, Tina Title 245 10 $aPrivate dancer$h[sound recording]. Imprint 260 $aHollywood, Calif. :$bCapitol,$cp1984. Phys. Descript. 300 $a1 sound disc (39 min., 31 sec.) :$ddigital ;$c4¾ in. Subj. Topical 650 _0 $aPopular music$zUnited States. Subj. Topical 650 _0 $aRock music$zUnited States. Powerpoint Templates Page 20
    21. 21. Examples MARC21 original cataloguing record Powerpoint Templates Page 21
    22. 22. Examples MARC21 copy cataloguing record Powerpoint Templates Page 22
    23. 23. References • AACR2 homepage http://www.aacr2.org/index.html • The concise AACR2. 4th ed.2004 • Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia • AACR2 versus RDA http://tsig.wikispaces.com/file/view/AACR2_versus_RDA.pdf • Cataloguing : Access : AACR2 : Access Points • Bibliographic format and standards http://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en/onlinecataloging/#BCGFECEG • The Tools of our Trade: AACR2/RDA and MARC http://fr.slideshare.net/AnnChapman/lmu-rdam2120100315 RDA ACCR2 • http://fr.slideshare.net/Muawwad/rda-aacr2 • AACR2 & RDA • http://arablibrariannet.blogspot.com/2008/04/2009-aacr2-rda.html Powerpoint Templates Page 23

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