Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Illustrative Content

 
ILLUSTRATIVE CONTENT
  • LC CORE ELEMENT for resources intended for children
  • RDA 7.15
  • Open list of vocabulary terms
  • Recorded in MARC 008/18 as applicable and field 300 $b

This data is recorded in MARC 008/18 as applicable and field 300 $b

Sources: Take information on illustrative content from any source.

Recording Illustrative Content
If the resource contains illustrative content, record illustration or illustrations, as appropriate. Tables containing only words and/or numbers are not considered as illustrative content. Disregard illustrated title pages, etc., and minor illustrations.

Look below at LCPS 7.15.1.3 for the Alternative

“Generally do not record the type of illustrative content in place of or in addition to the term ‘illustration’ or ‘illustrations.’ ”

Optional Addition (7.15.1.3-Recording Illustrative Content)
Record the number of illustrations if their number can be ascertained readily (e.g., when the illustrations are listed and their numbers stated).
EXAMPLE
48 illustrations

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RDA VS AACR2 (Changes in treatment of illustrations in 300 field)
No abbreviations
“color” (not “col.”)
“sound” (not “sd.”)
“silent” (not “si.”)
“illustrations” (not “ill.”)
Color Content (Not LC Core) (RDA 7.17, LC-PCC PS-7.17.1.3)
Examples
color (illustrations are in color)
some color (10 maps, some of which are in color)
chiefly color (illustrations, most of which are in color)

Sources: Use evidence presented by the resource itself as the basis for recording the presence of color content in the resource. If desired, take additional evidence from any source.

Recording Colour Content
If the content of the resource is in colors other than black and white or shades of grey, record the presence of color using an appropriate term. Disregard colored matter outside the actual content of the resource (e.g., the border of a map).

LC practice: Use the spelling “color” when recording that term.

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LC-PCC PS for 7.15 (RDA)
ILLUSTRATIVE CONTENT
CORE ELEMENT FOR LC
Illustrative content is a core element for LC for resources intended for children.
[2011-09]
LC-PCC PS for 7.15.1.3 (RDA)
ALTERNATIVE
LC practice for Alternative: Generally do not record the type of illustrative content in place of or in addition to the term "illustration" or "illustrations."
(Source: based on information in RDA Toolkit and LC RDA page information)

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EXAMPLES

300 $b illustrations  [source: RDA RECORDS (JSC)]
300 $b illustrations (chiefly color)  [source: RDA RECORDS (JSC)]
300 $b color illustrations  [source: RDA RECORDS (JSC)]

Comment: includes photographs and other illustrations
300 $a ... : $b ill. ; $c ...
            comment:  if recording, do not abbreviate
_____  300 $a ... : $b illustrations ; $c ...
            comment:  acceptable but not required except for resources for children
LC       no 300 $b
_____  300 $a ... : $b illustrations, photographs ; $c ...
            comment:  acceptable but not required

Comment: includes charts, graphs, and other illustrations
_____  300 $a ... : $b illustrations ; $c ...
            comment:  acceptable but not required
_____  300 $a ... : $b ill. ; $c ...
            comment:  if recording, do not abbreviate
LC       no 300 $b
_____  300 $a ... : $b illustrations, graphs ; $c ...
            comment:  acceptable but not required

Answer from an expert from LC regarding illustrations (Note: LC policy): Under RDA only illustrations for resources intended for children is considered LC CORE in the bibliographic record. It is catalogers judgement to record the illustrations for other types of resources. So please use best judgement in providing this information if it is considered useful for users.

[Sources: RDA Toolkit, LC RDA training material, JSC RDA Records Examples, and transcript of communication from experts at LC]


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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

RDA in MARC

October 2012

Contents: MARC 21 Updates 9-15 include all changes to MARC for use with RDA approved through June 2012.

Content, Media and Carrier Types and Characteristics
RDA Content Types
  • MARC already indicates content type in LDR/06.
  • RDA contains a list of English language content types for which a new field 336 was provided in MARC Bibliographic and in MARC Authority.
  • Field 336 may contain the RDA term ($a) or a code ($b); codes were established in MARC Update 10.
  • For a table that relates the MARC LDR/06 to the corresponding RDA content terms and MARC codes for RDA content terms see: Term and Code List for RDA Content Types.
RDA Media Types
  • MARC already indicates media type in field 007/00.
  • RDA contains a list of English language media types for which a new field 337 is provided in MARC Bibliographic and in MARC Holdings.
  • Field 337 may contain the RDA term ($a) or a code ($b); codes were established in MARC Update 10.
  • For a table that relates the MARC 007/00 to the corresponding RDA media terms and MARC codes for RDA media terms see: Term and Code List for RDA Media Types.
RDA Carrier Types
  • MARC already indicates carrier type in field 007/01.
  • RDA contains a list of English language carrier types for which a new field 338 is provided in MARC Bibliographic and in MARC Holdings.
  • Field 338 may contain the RDA term ($a) or a code ($b); codes were established in MARC Update 10.
  • For a table that relates the MARC 007/01 to the corresponding RDA carrier terms and MARC codes for RDA carrier terms see: Term and Code List for RDA Carrier Types
RDA Carrier Characterisitcs
  • MARC provides for recording carrier characteristics in textual form in Bibliographic fields 300, 340, and 5XX and in coded form in Bibliographic and Holdings field 007.
  • RDA contains lists of English language terms that can be used to express carrier characteristics and also allows expression via notes.
  • RDA carrier characteristic notes – MARC Bibliographic fields 500 and other 5XX
  • RDA carrier characteristic terms in MARC Bibliographic format
         - Field 300 (Physical Description)
         - Field 340 (Physical Medium) (new subfields)
         - New Bibliographic format fields
                     344 – Sound Characteristics (R)
                     345 – Projection Characteristics of Moving Image (R)
                     346 – Video Characteristics (R)
                     347 – Digital File Characteristics (R)
Attributes of Names and Resources
Attributes of names and titles are typically information that has been recorded in name headings (e.g., date of birth) or in uniform title headings (e.g., key for music) -- or they may have been included in a note in an Authority record for the name or title. With RDA they may be recorded separately from the heading or as part of the heading (or both). New fields for these attributes have been established for names and for resources (works and expressions).
New MARC Authority fields for name attributes:
046 - Special Coded Dates (R)
368 - Other Attributes of Person or Corporate Body (R)
370 - Associated Place (R)
371 - Address (R)
372 - Field of Activity (R)
373 - Associated Group (R)
374 - Occupation (R)
375 - Gender (R)
376 - Family Information (R)
378 - Fuller Form of Personal Name (NR)
New MARC Authority and Bibliographic fields for work and expression attributes:
046 - Special Coded Dates (new subfields only)
336 - Content Type (R)
377 - Associated Language (R)
380 - Form of Work (R)
381 - Other Distinguishing Characteristics of Work or Expression (R)
382 - Medium of Performance (R)
383 - Numeric Designation of Musical Work (R)
384 - Key (NR)
Relationships
Name to resource
  • RDA Appendix I lists possible relationships between a resource and persons, families and corporate bodies, e.g., author, artist, cartographer.
  • MARC already records these types of relationships using relator terms ($e) or codes ($4) in 1XX, 6XX, 7XX, and 8XX in MARC Bibliographic and 1XX, 4XX, and 5XX in MARC Authority.
  • MARC Relator Code list is being augmented with RDA relationships that are not already in the list.
Resource to resource
  • RDA Appendix J lists over 400 relationships that may exist between works, expressions, manifestations and items, e.g., dramatized as (work), indexed in (work), sequel, digest of (expression), filmed with (manifestation), reproduction of (item).
  • RDA identifies several methods for specifying these relationships:
    • identifiers - e.g., many $o, $u, $x, $w, and $0 subfields, and field 856
    • notes - 5XX Bibliographic and 6XX Authority
    • structured descriptions - 76X-78X Bibliographic
    • structured access points - 700-75X Bibliographic and 4XX and 5XX Authority
  • MARC addition: $i defined for the relationship term in Bibliographic 700-75X and 76X-78X and in Authority 4XX and 5XX.
Name to name
  • RDA Appendix K lists possible relationships between persons, families and corporate bodies, e.g., employee, sponsor, descendent family, employer, predecessor.
  • MARC subfield $i added to 4XX and 5XX Authority is also used to specify these types of relationships.
Miscellaneous other changes to MARC for RDA
  • Additional subfield specificity in field 502 (Dissertation Note)
  • Additional subfield for qualifying informaton in 028 (Publisher Number)
  • ISSN subfield made repeatable in field 490 (Series Statement)
  • Additional codes in various 007 and 008 character positions
  • Additional subfields in 033 (Date/Time and Place of an Event) and 518 (Date/Time and Place of an Event Note)
  • Field 040 $e made repeatable and code "rda" added to the MARC code list for Descriptive Conventions to indicate the use of the RDA rules for description. Leader/18 will be coded i with RDA.
  • New Bibliographic format field: 264 - Production, Publicaton, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice (R)
  • Experimentation with a technique for including URIs for values (no MARC content designation change) (See Discussion Paper 2010-DP02 for general description.) 

[Source: Library of Congress, MARC 21 HOME RDA in MARC (MARC 21 HOME >> RDA in MARC)]

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Names of Royal Persons

RDA RULE-9.2.2.20 -- Names of Royal Persons

EXAMPLE

[600-00] ‡a Hanwant Singh ‡c Maharaja of Jodhpur, ‡d 1923-1952.


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