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Slides from a workshop on RDA presented by LIANZA, CatSig and the National Library of New Zealand

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  • RDA Draft a presentation by Chris Todd, Janess Stewart and Charlotte Stretton
  • Basic structure
  • Group 1 attributes
  • Examples of attributes of Group 1 entities Work Manifestation Expression Item Title Language Statement of responsibility Ownership history Macbeth English by William Shakespeare ; adapted by Richard Appignanesi ; illustrated by Robert Deas Formerly owned by Charlotte Stretton
  • Group 2 attributes
  • Examples of attributes of Group 2 entities Persons Families Corporate bodies Name of person Date of birth Name of family Variant name of family Name of corporate body Date, place of conference, etc. John Smith 1982- b. 1769? Smythe family Mark Twain Shania Twain Dept. of Health Ministry of Health Mint Chicks DOC F. W. Neilsen Wright Christchurch, New Zealand 1961-1997 Smith family
  • Group 3 attributes
  • Relationships
    • Within a single resource
      • Expression of, embodied in,
    • Between a resource and Group 2 entities
      • Written by, illustrated by, published by
    • Between resources (Group 1 entities)
      • Translation of, adaptation of, sequel to, revision of, reprint of
    • Between Group 2 entities
      • Pseudonym of, earlier name
    • Subject relationships
  • Within a resource
    • Example
    This item exemplifies this manifestation
  • Within a resource (2) This expression is a realization of this work Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone. Latin
  • Relationships to persons, families & corporate bodies Written by Published by Cover art by Lloyd Jones John Murray Petra Borner
  • Between Group 1 entities This work is an adaptation of this work
  • Relationships between Group 1 entities Work Work Expression Manifestation Item Expression Manifestation Item Bound with Is part of extract abridgement translation revision sequel dramatization parody adaptation reprint facsimile alternate format
  • Relationships between Group 2 entities This name this person is an alternate identity for Robin Hyde Iris Wilkinson Luke Buda is a group member of The Phoenix Foundation This person this corporate body
  • RDA key messages Not much is new but it’s arranged differently Clarifies the processes that we already follow Potential for new developments
  • MARC key messages RDA does not replace MARC it replaces AACR2 The MARC changes required to use RDA are small
  • Proposed new codes
    • Non-projected graphic 007/04 (primary support material)
    • v - leather
    • w - parchment
    • n - vellum
    • i - plastic
    • l - vinyl
    • Music 008/20 (format of music)
    • h - chorus score
    • i - condensed score
    • j - performer-conductor part
    Additions to some 007 and 008 code lists For example... For example...
  • Proposed new fields in authority records
    • 046 (special coded dates)
    • 336 (content type)
    • 621 (associated place)
    • 622 (address)
    • 623 (field of activity)
    • 624 (affiliation)
    • 625 (occupation)
    • 626 (gender)
    • 627 (family information)
    • 628 (associated language)
  • Proposed new fields & subfields in bibliographic records
    • New subfields:
    • (various fields)$e or $4 or $u - relationship designators
    • 502$b, 502$c, 502$d
    • New fields:
    • 336 (Content type)
    • 337 (Media type)
    • 338 (Carrier type)
    • 558 (General cataloguers note)
    • 883 (Entity type)
    336-338 replace GMD (i.e. 245$h)
  • Content, media type & carrier
    • MARC changes proposed:
    • 245$h - GMD
    • 336 - Content
    • 337 - Media Type
    • 338 - Carrier
    • RDA introduces three new fields of description:
    • Content - RDA core element
    • Media Type - RDA optional element
    • Carrier - RDA core element
    These replace MARC 245$h, currently recorded as per instructions in AACR2 rule 1.1C (General Material Designation)
  • Recording content, media type & carrier
    • Content: still image, text, notated music,...
    • Media type: audio, projected, unmediated,...
    • Carrier: microfiche, audio disc, online resource,...
    EXAMPLES TERM vs CODE
    • Content: still image = [sti] text = [txt]
    • Media type: audio = [a] unmediated = [u]
    • Carrier: microfiche = [me] audio disc = [ad]
  • In the real world... 245 $h[sound recording] 245 $h[videorecording] 245 $h[kit]
    • Imagine a record for a CD/DVD set containing:
      • 1 CD (musical content)
      • 1 DVD (video content)
      • liner notes
    or Currently a cataloguer could choose from a range of limited options: or
  • Using MARC 336-338 $a = term (R) $b = code (R) $2 = source (NR) 336 ## $a performed music $2 rdacontent 336 ## $a two-dimensional moving image $2 rdacontent 336 ## $a text $2 rdacontent Content: 336 (R) 338 ## $a audio disc $2 rdacarrier 338 ## $a video disc $2 rdacarrier 338 ## $a sheet $2 rdacarrier Carrier: 338 (R) 337 ## $a audio $2 rdamedia 337 ## $a video $2 rdamedia 337 ## $a unmediated $2 rdamedia Media type: 337 (R) remember media type is optional in RDA
  • Abbreviations
    • Appendix B contains
    • instructions on the use of abbreviations
    • lists of abbreviations
      • short lists of general abbreviations – English, Cyrillic, Greek, Hebrew and Yiddish languages
      • names of certain countries, states, provinces, territories, etc.
      • Abbreviations for names of months no longer included
      • Metric symbols are not abbreviations
  • Use of abbreviations (1)
    • For transcribed elements use only those abbreviations found in the sources of information for the item
      • 1st ed. ; second edition
      • Wellington, New Zealand; Department of Health
      • July/August 2005; volume 1, number 12; vol. 5, no. 3
  • Use of abbreviations (2)
    • Extent of item
    • e.g. pages, volume
    • Illustrative content
    • e.g. illustrations, genealogical tables
    • Colour content
    • e.g. chiefly colour
  • Use of abbreviations (3)
    • Place of production not known
      • Place of production not identified (instead of [S.l.] )
    • Publisher cannot be identified
      • publisher not identified (instead of [s.n.] )
    • Date of manufacture cannot be reasonably determined
      • date of manufacture not identified
  • Countries, states, provinces, etc.
    • List of abbreviations in RDA
      • used only in the construction of preferred access points
      • e.g. Wellington (N.Z.). City Council
      • Lincoln University (Canterbury, N.Z.)
      • not used in recording place of publication
  • Rule of three
    • Statement of responsibility
      • Can include all group of persons, families or corporate bodies named
      • e.g. Managing bird damage to fruit and other horticultural crops / John Tracey, Mary Bomford, Quentin Hart, Glen Saunders, Ron Sinclair
    • Access points
      • Can provide preferred access points representing all the creators
      • e.g. Tracey, John Paul; Bomford, Mary; Hart, Quentin; Saunders, Glen; Sinclair, Ron
    • BUT
  • Optional omission
    • Can omit all but the first of each group of persons, families or corporate bodies named
    • Indicate omission by summarising what has been omitted
    • Enclose the summary of omission in square brackets
    • Examples:
    • Roger Colbourne [and six others]
    • coordinated by University of Maryland [and four local government bodies]
  • Main entry in sheep’s clothing? written by wrote
  • Requirements for
    • Identifies the entity
    • Distinguishes the entity
  • Process for label for a person 1. Names Chris Todd Christine Todd Christine Rae Todd 2. Preferred Name Chris Todd Recorded as Todd, Chris Variant Names Christine Todd Todd, Christine Christine Rae Todd Recorded as Todd, Christine Rae 3. Preferred Access Point Todd, Chris, 1980- Variant Access Points Todd, Christine, 1980- Todd, Christine Rae, 1980- Name used most often Date added to distinguish
  • Label for a work 1. Title Proper of manifestation(s) 2. Preferred title for the work 3. Preferred access point for the work Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone Harrius Potter et philosophi lapis Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone Original title in original language Creator plus preferred title Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone
  • Preferred access point for expression Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the philosopher’s stone. Latin Preferred access point for the work plus language
  • Example: Work & Expression 100 1_ |a Johnston, Alexa. |e author 245 10 |a Ladies, a plate : |b traditional home baking / |c Alexa Johnston. 260 __ |a North Shore, New Zealand : |b Penguin, |c 2008. 300 __ |a 175 pages : |b colour illustrations ; |c 23 cm. 336 __ |a text |2 rdacontent 338 __ |a volume |2 rdacarrier 504 __ |a Includes bibliographical references ( pages 170-171) and index. 520 __ |a Classics of New Zealand home baking drawn from mid-20th century… 650 _0 |a Cake. Work Expression