This is your official welcome.I’m Beth Thornton…..The focus of this class is the MARC record itself. What are the new fields? How does it differ from an AACR2 MARC record? How do you update it?
Note that we are still using MARC for cataloging. Just creating records using different instructions
Note the word Instructions. Not calling them rules anymore.Show the toolkit. and table of contents.important to note here that best practice in applying RDA is still a work in progress. The JSC is still processing change requests. I think the RDA records we see now will evolve. This will be obvious as we start to look at examples. Already practice is evolving.
Field: denoted by the marc tagIndicators further refine the meaning/ function of the fieldA field can have one or more subfields.Subfields denoted by dilemeters. Note that delimeter signs can be $ or | or ……ISBD punctuation: for now we’ll still use it!
This one is one of the JSC examples you can find at RDA Toolkit.
In this class, you‟ll• Recognize an RDA MARC record• Identify the new MARC fields which have beendefined to accommodate RDA• Recognize some of the prominent changes incataloging practice under RDA• Understand the concept of core elements inRDA• Practice working with RDA copyObjectives
Agenda•Introduction•Differences between RDA and AACR2MARC records–New fields–Differences in practice•Looking at some records• Working with copy•Practice
Resource Description and Access• A new set of cataloging instructions thatwill replace the Anglo AmericanCataloging Rules 2nd ed., revised.• Available through RDA Toolkit–rdatoolkit.org• Used in conjunction with LC PCC PolicyStatements (LC PCC PS)RDA is…..
Interlude….quick MARC reviewMAchine Readable Cataloging245 1 0 $a MARC21 for everyone : $b apractical guide / $c Deborah A. Fritz,Richard J. Fritz.
What‟s a nice date like youdoing in a place like this?264 #1 Oxford : $bArchaeopress, $c 2012.
264 quick quiz264 #__ Manchester ; $a New York : $bManchester University Press, $c .264 #__ $a New York, NY, USA : $bDistributed in the United Statesexclusively by Palgrave, MacMillan, $c
Example: Playaway audio300 ## ?1 sound media player1 pre-recorded MP3 player1 pre-recorded digital audio player1 Playaway1 audio media player1 digital media player336 ## $a spoken word $b spw $2rdacontent337 ## $a unmediated $b n $2 rdamedia338 ## $a other audio carrier $b sz $2rdacarrier
Book245 10 Breakfast at the red bruck house.246 1# Breakfast at the red brick houseBUT (serial or integrating)245 00 Directory of world environmental organizations.246 1 # $i Issue for 1999 has title: $a Directory of wolrdenvironmental organizationsAnd also for serials:245 00 … newsletter.Title appears as1999 Newsletter.differences, or, careful! It mightnot be wrong……
No more Latin abbreviations!(No more Latin at all)S.l. “no location” place of publication notidentifieds.n. “no name” publisher not identifiedExample264 #1 $a [place of publication not identified] :$b [publisher not identified], $c 2005.
Quick quiz245 14 The Idea of Nature in DisneyAmination : $b From Snow White to WALL-E.
Quick quiz250 ## 2nd ed.or250 ## Second Edition.
Quick quiz264 #1 New York : $b St. Martin‟s Press, $c [date ofpublication not identified]or264 #1 New York : $b St. Martin‟s Press, $c 
500 ## $a $a Abridgement of the first print edition published byMcGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1971.500 ## $a Originally broadcast on CBC Radio 1981.508 ## $a Credits: producer, Lawrie Seligman; recordingengineer: Eric Wagers.511 ## $a Narrated by Judy Mahbey.520 ## $a $a Born on the backward “Flats Road,” Del Jordanis a “nice girl” with big dreams in a small town that expects littlefrom women beyond marriage and babies. In linked short stories,Del suffers embarrassment at the hands of her encyclopedia-selling mother, endures her body‟s insistent desires, and fallspassionately in love with a young lumberyard worker, only tolose her chance for a university scholarship.24Audio book (2)
Working with copy• Take what you see– Transcribed data will likely more closely resemblewhat‟s on your piece– Therefore, it will be easier to recognize a matchbetween your piece and a record• Accept what you get– RDA is flexible– Catalogers judgment– Institutional policy