The RDA Experience at the National Library of New Zealand
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Presented by Chris Todd, Denise Roughan, Kelvin Chote and Janess Stewart at Catsig, LIANZA Conference, Dunedin, November 2010

Presented by Chris Todd, Denise Roughan, Kelvin Chote and Janess Stewart at Catsig, LIANZA Conference, Dunedin, November 2010

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  • 1. DIY RDA @ NLNZ The National Library of New Zealand experience
  • 2. Outline
    • What we’ve done – Chris Todd
    • What it’s like – Denise Roughan, Kelvin Chote
    • What’s been helpful – Janess Stewart
  • 3. What We’ve Done
    • FRBR revision
    • Practice records
    • Choices in RDA
  • 4. FRBR Revision
    • Why?
      • Because the RDA structure is based on FRBR
    • How?
      • Reading – see bibliography
      • Practical exercises e.g. FRBR the Scottish Play & Pride & Prejudice
      • In current cataloguing of popular titles
        • E,g, Charlie and the chocolate factory : a play
  • 5. Pride & Prejudice Pride and Prejudice & zombies Barnes & Noble Classics Pride and Prejduice Special edition Pride & Prejudice Starring Colin Firth Pride & Prejudice Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austen Oldhams Publishing Kiera Knightly Pride and Prejudice
    • Collect resources related
    • To Pride & Prejudice
    2. Sort into separate works 3. Then sort into separate expressions
  • 6. Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the chocolate factory : a play What is this work? Who is the creator of this work? How is this work related to other works? Roald Dahl Charlie & the Chocolate Factory a play Adapted by Richard George
  • 7. Practice records
    • As Word docs, not in our databases
    • Converting from AACR2 to RDA
    • Creating new records using RDA
  • 8. LC Book Record
    • Type of Material : Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)
    • Personal Name: Jerome, Kate Boehm.
    • Main Title: Tampa, FL : cool stuff every kid should know / Kate
    • Boehm Jerome.
    • Variant Title : Tampa, Florida
    • Published/Created : Charleston, SC : Arcadia Publishing, [2010?] , ©2010.
    • Description: xvi, 32 pages : illustrations , map ; 24 cm
    • ISBN: 9781439600658
    • 1439600651
    • Notes: Cover title.
    • Subjects: Tampa (Fla.) --Juvenile literature.
    • Series: Arcadia kids
    • LC Classification: F319.T2 J47 2010
    • Dewey Class No.: 975.9/65 22
    • Geographic Area Code : n-us-fl
    • Content Type: text
    • Media Type : unmediated
    • Carrier Type : volume
    • Links: Publisher description
    • Contributor biographical information
  • 9. RDA Test CD Record in OCLC
    • 110: 2- $a Rattletrap (Musical Group), $e performer,$e composer,$e
    • producer .
    • 245: 10 $a Rattletrap / $c Rattletrap.
    • 260 : $a [Rochester, NH?] :$b [Dizzyland Recording Inc.], $c © 2003.
    • 300: $a 1 CD : $b digital, CD audio ; $c 4 ¾ in.
    • 336: $a performed music $2 rdacontent
    • 337: $a audio $2 rdamedia
    • 338: $a audio disc $2 rdacarrier
    • 518: $a Recorded at Dizzyland Recording, Inc.
    • 546: $a Sung in English
    • 511: 0- $a Tom Mathews, vocals; Jeremy Dominick, guitar; Jim Chabot,
    • bass; Grant Houle, drums.
    • 508: $a All songs written and produced by Rattletrap.
    • 505 : 0- $a 1. Movin-on – 2. Change – 3. Devil – 4. Pepper Grind –
    • 5. Rainy-day.
    • 700 : 1- $a Mathews, Tom, $e singer
    • 700: 1- $a Dominick, Jeremy, $e instrumentalist
    • 700 : 1- $a Chabot, Jim, $e instrumentalist
    • 700 : 1- $a Houle, Grant, $e instrumentalist
  • 10. Choices in RDA
    • Core and “Core if” elements
      • E.g. Name of publisher is a core element
      • Name of distributor is core if Name of publisher is not available
      • NLNZ activity – looking at LC additions to RDA’s core element set as candidates for additional core elements for NLNZ
    • Alternatives, optional omissions, etc.
      • Alternatives
      • Either/or
      • Optional omission
      • Optional addition
      • “ If it is considered important for identification or access”
      • NLNZ activity – looking at LC policy statements and our current policies and creating draft decisions
  • 11. Alternatives, optional omissions, etc.
      • E.g. RDA 2.4.1.4 “ Optional Omission Abridge a statement of responsibility only if it can be abridged without loss of essential information. Do not use a mark of omission (…) to indicate such an omission. Always record the first name appearing in the statement. “
      • LC practice for Optional omission : Generally do not abridge a statement of responsibility.
      • NLNZ draft practice for Optional omission:
        • Generally do not abridge a statement of responsibility. ( follow LC )
        • Include affiliation information in a statement of responsibility if closely linked to a name (physically or grammatically). Omit postal address details, footnotes and contact details spatially separated from a name. (additional instruction)