Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Inverted Cross References in NARs for Conferences

Inverted cross-ref in NARs

Example (AACR2)
111 2  National Town & County Planners Congress

411 2 County Planners Congress, National Town &
411 2 Town & County Planners Congress, National

Note: Both variants were provided before when cataloging with AACR2 because of RI 26.3A (References from inverted names of Conferences, Exhibitions, Fairs, Festivals, etc.)—

These references are no longer needed as variants in RDA.  Reason: Key word search in ILS will resolve this need. Please add all the qualifiers (no.; date; place) just like your 111 field for both RDA variants.

LC-PCC PS: When creating an authority record for the collective conference, do not add the numbers/and/or dates to the authorized access point and variants if you are providing variants


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