Simple 2 line record copied from OCLC record. Newspapers are one of the most promising problems to be solved with FRBR for Serials.
Merger note lives here, because it’s true of all Manifestations.
The meat of the record. Note that, for ease of the patron under MARC (may not be true under MARC replacement), the 580 is repeated here. Contains greyscale and color under 300.
Basket. Solves problem where linking fails because library does not own intervening title or not enough information for 780/785. Included 380 Super-work here (could be Metadata), to differentiate record. Public will likely never see this.
All results search. Would be modified for public consumption.
If this were a serial, it would be the MARC record we’re used to. 780s and 785s live here, as do numbering and merger notes.
Only 3 real lines. If translated versions were available would be more. Need to be really careful about what lives where.VTLS, at least in Sandbox, does not inherit down.
Starting with the simple.In FRBR, one is supposed to work from bottom up. In reality, it’s easier to move work down, then add super-work.Lines copied from OCLC record. Automated frbr-ization is… interesting…
The super-work, or a work of works. Better understood as a basket keeping publication history together.
The cause of my own fascination with FRBR for Serials- comic books. Horror title that became a partially reprinted superhero title that became a circus detective title. Contains the story Library of Horror! Note the Manifestation splits between publishers- this is due to changes in tone. Is, however, a handy grouping.
In this case, 785 lives on Expression because of black and white film that is different enough to be a new expression. Local adaptation.
Reprint volume- the public library “graphic novel”
Charlton as imprint. All are Charlton, but these are the only ones that say it in the indicia.
Pretty standard, but this is how items look in Virtua.
The basket. Shows all 3 titles. Note the 2 Blue Beetle- first 2 are reprints, second 2 originals.
Retirement Day has not yet Arrived:The Introduction to RDA, FRBR & the Associated Madness
RETIREMENT DAY HAS NOT YET ARRIVED:THE INTRODUCTION TO RDA, FRBR & THE ASSOCIATED MADNESS TUESDAY, JAN. 15, 2013 Bill Fee Mary Spila State Library of Pennsylvania Cataloging Section
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"But I dont want to go among mad people,” Aliceremarked.“Oh, you cant help that,” said the Cat, “Were all madhere. Im mad. Youre mad…”
FRBR: Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records MARCFRAD: Dublin CoreFunctional Requirements HTML/XMLfor Authority Data RDA ONIX (Unknown futureFRSAD: bibliographicFunctional Requirements encoding)for Subject Authority Data
RDA RESOURCE DESCRIPTION AND ACCESSMarch 31, 2013 will be the implementation date of RDA at the Library of Congress. At this time all records emanating from the Cataloging Section of the Library of Congress will follow RDA Rules.How does that effect the records that we are looking at on OCLC?
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AACR2 AND RDA RECORDSNew fields: In the 040 “$e RDA” is added. In the 1XX and 7XX a relator term is added to the Authority Access Point using “$e”. A list of relator terms can be found at the Library of Congress website. http://www.loc.gov/marc/relators/relaterm.html 264 field replaces the 260 in RDA records. This allows for more information about publication, manufacturing, and distribution of a title. http://www.loc.gov/marc/bibliographic/bd264.html 33X fields are added to replace the “$h” in the 245 field. All of these fields are repeatable. 336 describes the content of the title (text, still image, recorded music…) http://www.loc.gov/standards/valuelist/rdacontent.html 337 describes the type of access need to use the title (computer, audio, microform…) http://www.loc.gov/standards/valuelist/rdamedia.html 338 describes the storage medium of the title. http://www.loc.gov/standards/valuelist/rdacarrier.html
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN AACR2 AND RDA RECORDSChanges and deletions in fields: In the 245, the “$h” has been replaced by the 33X fields. The 260 field has been replaced by the various iterations of the 264 field. No more abbreviations. This includes the Latin abbreviations: et.al., n.d., s.l. … “Take what you see” – If there is an error in the title, it is used in the 245 as is with the correct version in a 246. [sic] is not longer used to show and error. The “Rule of three” is gone. All contributors to the title can be in the 245 $c and all have 7XX fields. Can use sentence or title case for title in 245 $a. Local policy trumps all. If your ILS requires the “$h” then you should leave it in. If you want to leave all of your 245 $a in sentence case; you can.
MAXWELLS HANDBOOK FOR AACR2R=LDR 01203mam a2200313 a 4500=001 26378=005 19991015152717.0=008 970102s1997iluab0010eng=010 $a 97001449=020 $a 0838907040 (alk. paper)=035 $a ocm36245980=035 $a BBJ8611JS=040 $a DLC $c DLC $d JUG=049 $a JUGA=050 00 $a Z694.15.A56 $b M393 1997=082 00 $a 025.3/2$221=099 9 $a A1 M=100 1 $a Maxwell, Robert L., $d 1957-=240 10 $a Handbook for AACR2R=245 10 $a Maxwells handbook for AACR2R : $b explaining and illustrating the Anglo-American cataloguing rules and the 1993 amendments / $c Robert L. Maxwell with Margaret F. Maxwell.=246 30 $a Handbook for AACR2R=260 $a Chicago, IL : $b American Library Association, $c 1997.=300 $a xii, 522 p. : $b ill. ; $c 26 cm.=500 $a Rev. ed. of: Handbook for AACR2 / by Margaret Maxwell. 1989.=504 $a Includes bibliographical references and index.=630 00 $a Anglo-American cataloguing rules ; $v Handbooks, manuals, etc.=650 0 $a Descriptive cataloging$xRules $v Handbooks, manuals, etc.=700 1 $a Maxwell, Margaret F., $d 1927-=700 1 $a Maxwell, Margaret F., $d 1927- $t Handbook for AACR2.
THE PENNSYLVANIA PUBLIC LIBRARY CODE (2010) (AACR2R)=LDR 01648cam a2200313Ii 4500=001 1430201=005 20130108152017.0=008 110112s2010paus0000engd=035 $a (OCoLC)ocn696381940=040 $a PHA $e rda $b eng $c PHA $d PHA=035 $a (OCoLC)696381940=037 $b Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission, 108 Finance Building, Commonwealth Ave. & North St., Harrisburg, PA 17120=043 $a n-us-pa=086 $a PGA 88/54/2.2 P976c $2 padocs=049 $a PHAS=110 1 $a Pennsylvania. $b General Assembly. $b Joint State Government Commission, $e corporate author.=245 14 $a The Pennsylvania Public Library Code : $b findings and recommendations / $c General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Joint State Government Commission.=264 1 $a Harrisburg, Pennsylvania : $b Pennsylvania, Joint State Government Commission, $c 2010.=300 $a vi, 235 pages ; $c 28 cm=336 $a text $2 rdacontent=337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia=338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier=500 $a "December 2010."=530 $a Also available via the website of the Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission $u http://jsg.legis.state.pa.us/resources/documents/ftp/publications/2010-188-SR343%20Library%20Report%201-4-11%20(YH)%201042%20am.pdf=650 0 $a Public libraries $z Pennsylvania.=650 0 $a Library legislation $z Pennsylvania.=650 0 $a Libraries and state $z Pennsylvania.=856 41 $u http://jsg.legis.state.pa.us/resources/documents/ftp/publications/2010-188-SR343%20Library%20Report%201-4-11%20(YH)%201042%20am.pdf $z The Pennsylvania Public Library Code : findings and recommendations.=994 $a C0 $b PHA
REPORT OF THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN PHILADELPHIA (2013) (RDA)=LDR 01810cam a2200325Ii 4500=001 1505735=005 20130108153046.0=008 130108s2013paubs0000engd=035 $a (OCoLC)ocn823646791=040 $a PHA $e rda $b eng $c PHA=035 $a (OCoLC)823646791=037 $b Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission, 108 Finance Building, Commonwealth Ave. & North St., Harrisburg,PA 17120=043 $a n-us-pa=086 $a PGA 88.2 C929p $2 padocs=049 $a PHAS=110 1 $a Pennsylvania. $b General Assembly. $b Joint State Government Commission. $b Advisory Committee on the CriminalJustice System in Philadelphia, $e corporate author.=245 10 $a Report of the Advisory Committee on the Criminal Justice System in Philadelphia / $c General Assembly of theCommonwealth of Pennsylvania, Joint State Government Commission=264 1 $a Harrisburg, PA : $b Pennsylvania, Joint State Government Commission, $c 2013.=300 $a ix, 105 pages ; $c 28 cm=336 $a text $2 rdacontent=337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia=338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier=500 $a "January 2013" -- title page.=504 $a Includes bibliographical references (pages 87-89).=530 $a Also available via the website of the Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission $uhttp://jsg.legis.state.pa.us/resources/documents/ftp/publications/2013-287-SR%20344%20Report%20-%20Final.pdf=650 0 $a Criminal justice, Administration of$zPennsylvania$zPhiladelphia.=650 0 $a Criminal courts$zPennsylvania$zPhiladelphia.=650 0 $a Court administration$zPennsylvania$zPhiladelphia.=856 41 $u http://jsg.legis.state.pa.us/resources/documents/ftp/publications/2013-287-SR%20344%20Report%20-%20Final.pdf $z Report of the Advisory Committee on the Criminal Justice System in Philadelphia.=994 $a C0 $b PHA
THE QUARTER : $B NEWSLETTER OF THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF BANKING (2009-) (RDA)=LDR 01387nas a2200337Ii 4500=001 1504914=005 20121211144122.0=008 121211c20099999pauqrs00engd=035 $a (OCoLC)ocn820879061=040 $a PHA $e rda $b eng $c PHA=035 $a (OCoLC)820879061=037 $b Pennsylvania Dept. of Banking and Securities, 17 North Second St., Suite 1300, Harrisburg, PA 17101=043 $a n-us-pa=086 $a PBS 1.18/9 $2 padocs=049 $a PHAS=110 1 $a Pennsylvania. $b Dept. of Banking, $e corporate author.=245 14 $a The Quarter : $b newsletter of the Pennsylvania Department of Banking.=264 1 $a [Harrisburg, Pennsylvania] : $b Pennsylvania Department of Banking, $c 2009-=300 $a volumes : $b illustrations ; $c 28 cm=336 $a text $2 rdacontent=336 $a still image $2 rdacontent=337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia=338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier=362 1 $a Began with Vol.1, no.1 (October 2009).=500 $a Description based on Vol.1, no.1 (October 2009); title from masthead.=500 $a Most recent issue consulted: Vol.4, no.1 (November 2012).=550 $a Vol. 4 to current published by the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities.=650 0 $a Banks and banking $z Pennsylvania $v Periodicals.=650 0 $a Securities $z Pennsylvania $v Periodicals.=710 1 $a Pennsylvania. $b Dept. of Banking and Securities.=994 $a C0 $b PHA
WILLIAM T. FEE, 1969- (AACR2 AUTHORITY RECORD)LC Control Number: no2007117580HEADING: Fee, William T., 1969-000 00456cz a2200133n 450001 7314450005 20071011052004.0008 071003n| acannaabn |n aaa c010 __ |a no2007117580035 __ |a (OcoLC)oca07541727040 __ |a P |b eng |c P |d P100 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)
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|azannaabn|aaaac=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=370 $f Lemoyne (Pa.), $s 1995 $t 1996=370 $f Harrisburg (Pa.) $s 1996 $t 2006=370 $f Lykens (Pa.) $s 2006=372 $a Writer (Library science/comic books), $s 2008=372 $a Tutor (French/Theatre/Art History/Writing), $s 1992 $t 1994=372 $a Trainer (Digitization), $s 2001=372 $a Digital Collections and Authority Control Librarian $s 2009=372 $a Graphical Materials Librarian, $s 2008=372 $a Digital Collections Librarian, $s 2005 $t 2009=372 $a Digital Technician, $s 2001 $t 2005
WILLIAM T. FEE, 1969- (RDA AUTHORITY RECORD – SLIDE 2 OF 2)=373 $a MLIS students, University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pa.), $s 2006 $t 2008=373 $a MA (Humanities) students, Pennsylvania State University (Middletown, Pa.), $s 1999 $t 2006=373 $a BA (English) students, Mansfield University (Mansfield, Pa.), $s 1989 $t 1994=373 $a BA (Art History- unfinished) students, Shippensburg University (Shippensburg, Pa.), $s 1988 $t 1989=373 $a Halifax Area High School (Halifax, Pa.), $s 1983 $t 1987=374 $a Librarian, $s 2005=374 $a Library technician, $s 1995 $t 2005=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 Murakamis Hardboiled Wonderland," "Bikes, bots and Birmingham: A Subcultural Look at Masamune Shirows 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. Fees specialties and responsibilities 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.
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: William Fee – firstname.lastname@example.org Mary Spila – email@example.com://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/bureau_of_state_library/8811Presentation available at:http://www.slideshare.net/WTBFee/