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This is the presentation we gave at Pennsylvania Library Association annual conference 2010 on Oct. 26. It deals with the State Library of Pennsylvania's testing of RDA, and breaks down the ...

This is the presentation we gave at Pennsylvania Library Association annual conference 2010 on Oct. 26. It deals with the State Library of Pennsylvania's testing of RDA, and breaks down the differences between RDA and AACR2 on a practical level.

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  • 1. RDA for Rookies Everything You Always Wanted to Know About the New Cataloging Code But Were Afraid to Ask Tuesday, October 26, 2010 Tom Duszak, Bill Fee, Mary Spila State Library of Pennsylvania Cataloging Section
  • 2.
    • RDA
    • Resource Description and Access
    • --Why not just keep revising AACR2? --1978
    • --1988
    • --1998
    • --2002
  • 3.
    • RDA
    • Resource Description and Access
    • --Why a new standard? --Application of FRBR/FRAD
    • --Dublin Core and metadata schema
    • --Digital resources
    • --Content standard not a display standard
  • 4.
    • Tom’s Top Ten
  • 5.
    • 10. What is FRBR?
    • Functional Requirements of Bibliographic Records
  • 6.
    • 9. What is FRAD?
    • Functional Requirements of
    • Authority Data
  • 7.
    • 8. Why the focus on relationships?
    • Six of the ten RDA sections are devoted to recording relationships. The FRBR and FRAD models are entity relationship models. Relationships are a key part of the models.
  • 8. 7. Give examples of the new RDA vocabulary.
    • Access Points (RDA)
    • instead of
    • Headings (AACR)
    • Take what you see (RDA)
    • instead of
    • Abbreviations (AACR)
    • Elimination of Rule of three (RDA)
    • instead of
    • Rule of three (AACR)
    • Record attributes (RDA)
    • instead of
    • Describe (AACR)
  • 9.
    • 6. Cite examples of access points.
    • 700 1_ Smith, Darlene, $e illustrator.
    • 700 1_ Thompson, Rita, $e narrator.
    • 700 1_ Walczak, Ania, $e musician.
    • 700 1_ Hale, Roger, $e translator.
    • 700 1_ O’Connor, Samuel, $e compiler.
    • 710 2_ DC Comics, $e publisher.
  • 10. 5. What do you mean by “Take what you see?
    • This is the RDA representation principle.
    • Examples include:
    • 250 $a 3rd edition not 3rd ed.
    • 250 $a Third edition not 3rd ed.
    • 260 $c ©2010, ℗2009 not c1997, p1996
    • 300 $a xvi, 274 pages not $a xvi, 274 p.
    • 300 $b colored illustrations not $b col. ill.
  • 11.
    • 4. Will RDA affect the use of LCSH?
    • No, there is no effect on the use of
    • Library of Congress subject headings.
  • 12.
    • 3. Will RDA affect the use of my classification
    • scheme?
    • No, there is no effect on the use of Dewey and Library of Congress classification schemes.
  • 13.
    • 2. Can I use MARC21 with RDA?
    • Yes, RDA is not dependent on MARC or other encoding standards. MARC can accommodate RDA rules and relationships.
    • http://www.loc.gov/marc/RDAinMARC29.html
  • 14.
    • 1. Do I have to change the AACR2 records in my catalog to RDA?
    • No, there is no need to change them. Nor will there be
    • an automatic flip of Library of Congress records.
    • Practically speaking, many libraries will not
    • implement RDA. RDA will be rolled out for the rest of
    • our lives.
  • 15. Record in MARC Format (calendar year 2009)
    • 010 Library of Congress control number
    • 02x Standard number - Area 8
    • 050 Library of Congress call number
    • 082 Dewey Decimal call number
    • 1xx Main entry
    • 240 Uniform title – Area 1
    • 245 Title and statement of responsibility – Area 1
    • 250 Edition – Area 2
    • 25x Material or Type of publication specific details - Area 3
    • 260 Publication and distribution - Area 4
    • 300 Physical description – Area 5
    • 4xx Series – Area 6
    • 5xx Notes – Area 7
    • 6xx Subject heading/headings
    • 7xx Added entry/entries
    • 8xx Series added entry/entries
  • 16. Record in MARC Format (calendar year 2010)
    • 010 Library of Congress control number
    • 02x Standard number - Area 8
    • 050 Library of Congress call number
    • 082 Dewey Decimal call number
    • 1xx Main entry
    • 240 Uniform title – Area 1
    • 245 Title and statement of responsibility – Area 1
    • 250 Edition – Area 2
    • 25x Material or Type of publication specific details - Area 3
    • 260 Publication and distribution - Area 4
    • 300 Physical description – Area 5
    • 33x Physical description – Area 5
    • 380 Form of Work
    • 4xx Series – Area 6
    • 5xx Notes – Area 7
    • 6xx Subject heading/headings
    • 7xx Added entry/entries
    • 8xx Series added entry/entries
  • 17.  
  • 18. Winnie the Pooh (AACR2)
    • =005 20101020094147.0
    • =008 101013t20102009nyua 0001engd
    • =010 $a 2009906399
    • =040 $a OCLCQ $b eng $c PHA $d OCLCQ $d PHA
    • =020 $a 9781423120872
    • =020 $a 1423120876
    • =035 $a (OCoLC)669982969
    • =037 $b Disney Press, 114 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10011-5690 $c {dollar}6.99 U.S.
    • =049 $a PHAA
    • =100 1 $a Milne, A. A.
    • =240 10 $a Winnie the Pooh
    • =245 14 $a The Easter-egg hunt : $b storybook and CD / $c based on the works by A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard ; written by Satia Stevens and Isabel Gaines.
    • =246 1 $i At head of title: $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
    • =246 18 $a Easter-egg hunt read-along
    • =250 $a 1st ed.
    • =260 $a New York, N.Y. :$b Disney Press, Walt Disney Records, $c c2010, p2009.
    • =300 $a 1 v. (unpaged) :$b col. ill. ;$c21 cm. + $e 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4")
    • =490 1 $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
    • =500 $a "CD features the movie voices & sound effects"--cover.
    • =500 $a V381-8386-5-09258
    • =508 $a Producer, Randy Thornton ; engineer, Jeff Sheridan ; written by Satia Stevens and Isabel Gaines ; illustrated by Disney storybook artists.
    • =511 1 $a Cindy Robinson (narrator), Jim Cummings (Winnie the Pooh), Ken Sansom (Rabbit), Max Burkholder (Roo), Jim Cummings (Tigger), Travis Oates (Piglet).
    • =520 $a Rabbit is throwing an Easter-egg hunt for all of his friends. Whoever finds the most eggs wins a feast and maybe even some honey. Read along as Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and the gang search the Hundred-Acre Wood in this illustrated book with accompanying CD.
    • =700 1 $a Shepard, E. H.
    • =700 1 $a Stevens, Satia.
    • =700 1 $a Gaines, Isabel.
    • =740 0 $a Disney Winnie the Pooh read-along. $n 2009 $p CD-ROM
    • =830 $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
  • 19. Winnie the Pooh (RDA – slide 1 of 2)
    • =005 20101020094147.0
    • =008 101012t20102009nyua 000engd
    • =010 $a 2009906399
    • =040 $a OCLCQ $b eng $e rda $c PHA $d OCLCQ $d PHA
    • =020 $a 9781423120872
    • =020 $a 1423120876
    • =035 $a (OCoLC)669847371
    • =037 $b Disney Press, 14 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10011-5690 $c {dollar} 6.99
    • =049 $a PHAA
    • =100 1 $a Stevens, Satia, $e author.
    • =245 10 $a The Easter egg hunt /$c written by Satia Stevens and Isabel Gaines; illustrated by the Disney Storybook Artists.
    • =246 1 $i At head of title: $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
    • =246 18 $a Easter-egg hunt read-along
    • =260 $a New York, New York : $b Disney Press : $b Walt Disney Records, $c ©2010, ℗2009.
    • =300 $a 1 unpaged volume : $b color illustrations ; $c 21 cm + $e 1 CD (4 3/4 inches)
    • =336 $a text $2 rdacontent
    • =336 $a spoken word $2 rdacontent
    • =337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia
    • =337 $a audio $2 rdamedia
    • =338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier
    • =338 $a audio disc $2 rdacarrier
    • =490 1 $a Winnie the pooh read along
    • =500 $a Based on the "Winnie the Pooh" works by A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard.
    • =500 $a ©2010 Disney Enterprises, Inc.
  • 20. Winnie the Pooh (RDA – slide 2 of 2)
    • =511 1 $a Cindy Robinson (Narrator), Jim Cummings (Winnie the Pooh and Tigger), Ken Sansom (Rabbit), Max Burkholder (Roo), Travis Oakes (Piglet).
    • =520 $a Rabbit is throwing an Easter-egg hunt for all of his friends. Whoever finds the most eggs wins a feast ... and maybe even some honey.
    • =700 1 $a Gaines, Isabel, $e author
    • =700 1 $a Milne, A. A., $e based on work by author.
    • =700 1 $a Shepard, E. H. $e based on work by author.
    • =700 1 $a Robinson, Cindy, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Cummings, Jim, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Sansom, Ken, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Burkholder, Max, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Oates, Travis, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Thornton, Randy, $e read-along producer.
    • =700 1 $a Sheridan, Jeff, $e engineer.
    • =710 2 $a Disney Storybook Artists.
    • =740 0 $a Winnie the pooh
    • =830 $a Winnie the pooh read along
  • 21. Differences between AACR2 and RDA
    • AACR2
    • =037 $b Disney Press, 114 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10011-5690 $c 6.99
    • =040 $a OCLCQ $b eng $c PHA $d OCLCQ $d PHA
    • RDA
    • =037 $b Disney Press, 14 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10011-5690 $c {dollar} 6.99
    • =040 $a OCLCQ $b eng $e rda $c PHA $d OCLCQ $d PHA
    • AACR2
    • =100 1 $a Milne, A. A.
    • =245 14 $a The Easter-egg hunt :$b storybook and CD / $c based on the works by A.A. Milne and E.H. Shepard ; written by Satia Stevens and Isabel Gaines.
    • =246 1 $i At head of title: $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
    • =246 18 $a Easter-egg hunt read-along
    • =490 1 $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
    • =830 $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
    • RDA
    • =100 1 $a Stevens, Satia , $e author.
    • =245 10 $a The Easter egg hunt /$c written by Satia Stevens and Isabel Gaines; illustrated by the Disney Storybook Artists.
    • =246 1 $i At head of title: $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
    • =246 18 $a Easter-egg hunt read-along
    • =490 1 $a Winnie the Pooh read-along
    • =830 $a Winnie the pooh read along
  • 22. Differences between AACR2 and RDA
    • AACR2
    • =260 $a New York, N.Y. : $b Disney Press, Walt Disney Records, $c c2010, p2009.
    • =300 $a 1 v. (unpaged) : $b col. ill. ; $c 21 cm. + $e 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4")
    • RDA
    • =260 $a New York, New York : $b Disney Press : $b Walt Disney Records, $c ©2010, ℗2009.
    • =300 $a 1 unpaged volume : $b color illustrations ; $c 21 cm + $e 1 CD (4 3/4 inches)
    • =336 $a text $2 rdacontent
    • =336 $a spoken word $2 rdacontent
    • =337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia
    • =337 $a audio $2 rdamedia
    • =338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier
    • =338 $a audio disc $2 rdacarrier
  • 23. Differences in author/contributor
    • AACR2
    • =100 1 $a Milne, A. A.
    • =700 1 $a Shepard, E. H.
    • =700 1 $a Stevens, Satia.
    • =700 1 $a Gaines, Isabel.
    • RDA
    • =100 1 $a Stevens, Satia, $e author.
    • =700 1 $a Gaines, Isabel, $e author
    • =700 1 $a Milne, A. A., $e based on work by author.
    • =700 1 $a Shepard, E. H. $e based on work by author.
    • =700 1 $a Robinson, Cindy, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Cummings, Jim, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Sansom, Ken, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Burkholder, Max, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Oates, Travis, $e voice actor.
    • =700 1 $a Thornton, Randy, $e read-along producer.
    • =700 1 $a Sheridan, Jeff, $e engineer.
    • =710 2 $a Disney Storybook Artists.
  • 24. Eight Areas and MARC Tags
    • 010 Library of Congress control number
    • 02x Standard number - Area 8
    • 050 Library of Congress call number
    • 082 Dewey Decimal call number
    • 1xx Main entry
    • 240 Uniform title – Area 1
    • 245 Title and statement of responsibility – Area 1
    • 250 Edition – Area 2
    • 25x Material or Type of publication specific details - Area 3
    • 260 Publication and distribution - Area 4
    • 300 Physical description – Area 5
    • 33x Physical description – Area 5
    • 380 Form of Work
    • 4xx Series – Area 6
    • 5xx Notes – Area 7
    • 6xx Subject heading/headings
    • 7xx Added entry/entries
    • 8xx Series added entry/entries
  • 25. Mysterius the unfathomable (AACR2)
    • =005 20101022110056.0
    • =008 101018s2010caua6000engd
    • =040 $a OCLCQ $c PHA $d OCLCQ
    • =020 $a 9781401226701
    • =020 $a 1401226701
    • =035 $a (OCoLC)670430932
    • =037 $a WildStorm Productions, 888 Prospect St. #240, La Jolla, CA 92037 $c {dollar}17.99 US
    • =049 $a PHAA
    • =100 1 $a Parker, Jeff.
    • =245 10 $a Mysterius the unfathomable / $c writer, Jeff Parker ; artist, Tom Fowler.
    • =260 $a La Jolla, Calif. : $b WildStorm Productions, $c c2010.
    • =300 $a 1 v. (unpaged) : $b col. ill. ; $c 26 cm.
    • =490 1 $a Mysterius mysteries.
    • =500 $a Cover title.
    • =500 $a "Originally published in single magazine form as Mysterius #1-6, c2009".
    • =520 $a "A young reporter for an alt-weekly newspaper volunteers to cover the latest indulgence of a famous playboy, a séance conducted by a most belligerent conjurer"--back cover.
    • =700 1 $a Fowler, Tom.
    • =740 0 $a Mysterius and the missing diva.
    • =830 $a Mysterius mysteries.
  • 26.  
  • 27. Mysterius the unfathomable (RDA – slide 1 of 2)
    • =005 20101022110056.0
    • =008 101018t20102009caua00engd
    • =040 $a PHA $b eng $c PHA $e rda $d PHA
    • =020 $a 9781401226701
    • =020 $a 1401226701
    • =035 $a (OCoLC)670432990
    • =037 $b Wildstorm Productions, 888 Prospect St., #240, La Jolla, CA 92037 $c {dollar}17.99 U.S., {dollar}22.99 CAN
    • =079 $a ocn664707770
    • =049 $a PHAA
    • =100 1 $a Parker, Jeff, $e author
    • =245 10 $a Mysterius the unfathomable / $c Jeff Parker, Tom Fowler, Dave McCaig, Saida Temofonte.
    • =260 $a La Jolla, CA :$b WildStorm Productions, $c ©2010.
    • =300 $a 1 unpaged volume : $b color illustrations ; $c 26 cm.
    • =336 $a still image $2 rdacontent
    • =336 $a text $2 rdacontent
    • =337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia
    • =338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier
  • 28. Mysterius the unfathomable (RDA – slide 2 of 2)
    • =490 1 $a Mysterius mysteries
    • =500 $a "WildStorm and logo, MYSTERIUS, all characters, the distinctive likenesses thereof and all related elements are trademarks of DC Comics."
    • =700 1 $a Fowler, Tom, $e artist.
    • =700 1 $a McCaig, Dave, $e colorist.
    • =700 1 $a Temofonte, Saida, $e letterer.
    • =700 1 $a Lee, Jim, $e editorial director.
    • =700 1 $a Quinn, Kristy, $e editor.
    • =700 1 $a Roeder, Ed, $e art director.
    • =700 1 $a Levitz, Paul, $g (DC Comics), $e president.
    • =710 2 $a WildStorm Productions, $e publisher.
    • =710 2 $a DC Comics, $e publisher.
    • =830 $a Mysterius mysteries
  • 29. Differences between AACR2 and RDA
    • AACR2
    • =100 1 $a Parker, Jeff.
    • =245 10 $a Mysterius the unfathomable / $c writer, Jeff Parker ; artist, Tom Fowler.
    • RDA
    • =100 1 $a Parker, Jeff , $e author.
    • =245 10 $a Mysterius the unfathomable / $c writer, Jeff Parker ; artist, Tom Fowler.
    • AACR2
    • =260 $a La Jolla, Calif. : $b WildStorm Productions, $c c2010.
    • =300 $a 1 v. (unpaged) : $b col. ill. ; $c 26 cm.
    • RDA
    • =260 $a La Jolla, CA :$b WildStorm Productions, $c ©2010.
    • =300 $a 1 unpaged volume : $b color illustrations ; $c 26 cm.
    • =336 $a still image $2 rdacontent
    • =336 $a text $2 rdacontent
    • =337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia
    • =338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier
  • 30. Differences in author/contributor
    • AACR2
    • =100 1 $a Parker, Jeff.
    • =700 1 $a Fowler, Tom.
    • RDA
    • =100 1 $a Parker, Jeff, $e author
    • =700 1 $a Fowler, Tom, $e artist.
    • =700 1 $a McCaig, Dave, $e colorist.
    • =700 1 $a Temofonte, Saida, $e letterer.
    • =700 1 $a Lee, Jim, $e editorial director.
    • =700 1 $a Quinn, Kristy, $e editor.
    • =700 1 $a Roeder, Ed, $e art director.
    • =700 1 $a Levitz, Paul, $g (DC Comics), $e president.
    • =710 2 $a WildStorm Productions, $e publisher.
    • =710 2 $a DC Comics, $e publisher.
  • 31. Eight Areas and MARC Tags
    • 010 Library of Congress control number
    • 02x Standard number - Area 8
    • 050 Library of Congress call number
    • 082 Dewey Decimal call number
    • 1xx Main entry
    • 240 Uniform title – Area 1
    • 245 Title and statement of responsibility – Area 1
    • 250 Edition – Area 2
    • 25x Material or Type of publication specific details - Area 3
    • 260 Publication and distribution - Area 4
    • 300 Physical description – Area 5
    • 33x Physical description – Area 5
    • 380 Form of Work
    • 4xx Series – Area 6
    • 5xx Notes – Area 7
    • 6xx Subject heading/headings
    • 7xx Added entry/entries
    • 8xx Series added entry/entries
  • 32. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (AACR2)
    • =005 20101025110953.0
    • =008 100921r20091922xxuo00jengd
    • =040 $a OCLCQ $c OCLCQ$dOCLCQ
    • =035 $a (OCoLC)664723787
    • =037 $b Feedbooks, 15, lisière du golf 92380 Garches (FRANCE) ; http://www.feedbooks.com/book/3431
    • =049 $a PHAA
    • =100 1 $a Fitzgerald, Francis Scott, $d 1896-1940.
    • =245 14 $a The Curious Case of Benjamin Button $h [electronic] / $c Fitzgerald, Francis Scott.
    • =260 $a [Garches, France] : $b Feedbooks, $c 2009?
    • =300 $a 1 online resource (33 p.)
    • =500 $a Reprinted from an unidentified 1922 edition. Originally published in Colliers magazine.
    • =500 $a Taken from the Project Gutenberg version at http://www.gutenberg.org
    • =710 2 $a Feedbooks.
    • =710 2 $a Project Gutenberg.
    • =856 40 $a http://www.feedbooks.com/book/3431
  • 33.  
  • 34. The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (RDA)
    • =005 20101025110953.0
    • =008 100921t20091922fr00engd
    • =040 $a OCLCQ $b eng $e rda $c OCLCQ $d OCLCQ
    • =035 $a (OCoLC)664723787
    • =037 $b Feedbooks, No-Sec, 15, lisière du golf 92380 Garches (FRANCE) ; http://www.feedbooks.com/book/3431
    • =049 $a PHAA
    • =100 1 $a Fitzgerald, F. Scott $q (Francis Scott), $d 1896-1940, $e author.
    • =240 10 $a Selected works.$l English
    • =245 14 $a The Curious Case of Benjamin Button / $c Fitzgerald, Francis Scott.
    • =260 $a Garches, France : $b feedbooks [k is transposed] ; Copyright: This work is available for countries where copyright is Life+70 and in the USA, $c ©2006-2010, 1922.
    • =300 $a 1 online resource (33 pages ; 9,129 words)
    • =336 $a text $2 rdacontent
    • =336 $a still images $2 rdacontent
    • =337 $a computer $2 rdamedia
    • =338 $a online resource $2 rdacarrier
    • =380 $a Fiction $2 lcsh
    • =380 $a Short stories $2 lcsh
    • =500 $a Download as EPUB, Kindle, PDF, Custom PDF; source: http://www.gutenberg.org
    • =500 $a This book is brought to you by Feedbooks. http://www.feedbooks.com/
    • =500 $a Reprinted from an unidentified 1922 edition. Originally published in Colliers magazine.
    • =506 $a Strictly for personal use. Do not use this file for commercial purposes.
    • =740 0 $a Tales of the Jazz Age
    • =856 41 $u http://www.feedbooks.com/book/3431 $z This book is brought to you by Feedbooks. Strictly for personal use. Do not use this file for commercial purposes.
  • 35. William T. Fee, 1969- (AACR2 authority record)
    • LC Control Number: no2007117580
    • HEADING: Fee, William T., 1969-
    • 000 00456cz a2200133n 450
    • 001 7314450
    • 005 20071011052004.0
    • 008 071003n| acannaabn |n aaa c
    • 010 __ |a no2007117580
    • 035 __ |a (OcoLC)oca07541727
    • 040 __ |a P |b eng |c P |d P
    • 100 1_ |a Fee, William T., |d 1969-
    • 670 __ |a Bonsowaaru Dracula-san the Easternization of the Western vampire in anime, 2006: |b t.p. (William T. Fee)
    • 670 __ |a Conversation with author, Oct. 3, 2007 |b (b. Aug. 13, 1969)
  • 36. William T. Fee, 1969- (RDA authority record – slide 1 of 2)
    • =LDR 04023cz a2200421n 45 0
    • =001 oca07541727
    • =003 OCoLC
    • =005 20101018024953.0
    • =008 071003n|azannaabnaaaac
    • =010 $a no2007117580
    • =040 $a P $b eng $c P $d P $e rda
    • =046 $f 19690813 $v Conversation with author, Oct. 3, 2007
    • =100 1 $a Fee, William T., $d 1969-
    • =370 $e Harrisburg (Pa.) $s 1995 $v input by author
    • =370 $e Halifax (Pa.) $s 1979 $t 1987 $v input by author
    • =370 $f Lemoyne (Pa.), $s 1995 $t 1996 $v input by author
    • =370 $f Harrisburg (Pa.) $s 1996 $t 2006 $v input by author
    • =370 $f Lykens (Pa.) $s 2006 $v input by author
    • =372 $a Writer (Library science/comic books), $s 2008 $v input by author
    • =372 $a Tutor (French/Theatre/Art History/Writing), $s 19921994 $v input by author
    • =372 $a Trainer (Digitization), $s 2001 $v input by author
    • =372 $a Digital Collections and Authority Control Librarian $s 2009 $v input by author
    • =372 $a Graphical Materials Librarian, $s 2008 $v input by author
    • =372 $a Digital Collections Librarian, $s 2005 $t 2009 $v input by author
    • =372 $a Digital Technician, $s 2001 $t 2005 $v input by author
  • 37. William T. Fee, 1969- (RDA authority record – slide 2 of 2)
    • =373 $a MLIS students, University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pa.), $s 2006 $t 2008 $v input by author
    • =373 $a MA (Humanities) students, Pennsylvania State University (Middletown, Pa.), $s 1999 $t 2006 $v input by author
    • =373 $a BA (English) students, Mansfield University (Mansfield, Pa.), $s 1989 $t 1994 $v input by author
    • =373 $a BA (Art History- unfinished) students, Shippensburg University (Shippensburg, Pa.), $s 1988 $t 1989 $v input by author
    • =373 $a Halifax Area High School (Halifax, Pa.), $s 1983 $t 1987 $v input by author
    • =374 $a Librarian, $s 2005 $v input by author
    • =374 $a Library technician, $s 1995 $t 2005 $v input by author
    • =400 1 $a Fee, William TB, $d 1969-
    • =670 $a Bonsowaaru Dracula-san the Easternization of the Western vampire in anime, 2006: $b t.p. (William T. Fee)
    • =670 $a "Do You Have Any Ditko?: Comic Books, MARC, FRBR and Findability", 2008: $b Serials review vol. 34, no 3, first page of article (William T. Fee, Digital Collections Librarian at the State Library of Pennsylvania)
    • =670 $a Conversation with author, Oct. 3, 2007 $b (b. Aug. 13, 1969)
    • =670 $a Input from author, Oct. 12, 2010 $b (Fee has written on a number of topics, especially literary cultural theory and Japanese culture, and has a number of unpublished manuscripts, including "Hardboiled Cyberpunk & the End of Magical Realism: A Look at Magical Realism & Cyberpunk Through Haruki Murakami's Hardboiled Wonderland," "Bikes, 'bots and Birmingham: A Subcultural Look at Masamune Shirow's Ghost in the Shell & the Japanese Speed tribes," "KAOS KERAUNOS CINEMATOS: A Chaoist Looks at Film and Film Theory," and "The French of Kate Chopin: A Study in Hidden Message". His current work is in comic book cataloging and FRBR theory and implementation. Fee's specialties and responsibilties at the State Library of Pennsylvania have included disaster response, digitization and metadata, and oversight of image cataloging and delivery systems as well as those working within these systems).
    • =678 0 $a Fee graduated Mansfield University of Pennsylvania cum laude in 1994, where he concentrated in Radical Literature, Creative Writing. He also completed 43 of 60 program credits in Theatre Management B.A. prior to his change of major, and was a member of the Committee on Academic Freedom, the International Student Union, the Flashlight staff, and was editor of Reseris vox, an underground newspaper, from 1993-1994. Fee began at the State Library of Pennsylvania approximately 1.5 years after his graduation from Mansfield. As of Oct. 12, 2010, Fee lives in Lykens, Pennsylvania with his wife and 3 children.
  • 38. It’s the end of the show as we know it…
    • “ The rabbit-hole went straight on like a tunnel for some way and then dipped suddenly down, so suddenly that Alice had not a moment to think about stopping herself before she found herself falling down what seemed to be a very deep well.”
    • --Lewis Carroll. Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1916), p. 1.
    • Contact the presenters at:
      • Tom Duszak – [email_address]
      • William Fee – [email_address]
      • Mary Spila – [email_address]