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Cataloging with RDA:
What's similar? What's different?
Richard A. Stewart
Cataloging Supervisor
Indian Trails Public Library District
Wheeling, Illinois
[email protected]
Designed for continuity
“RDA uses the concepts, vocabulary, and
principles that are recognized by the
international cataloging community. It builds
on existing cataloging traditions while also
taking into consideration how library data will
be used in the future.”
(Chris Oliver, Introducing RDA)
But it sure looks different!
New terminology – from FRBR and FRAD
New layout and format – principally online
User Tasks
“Users and their needs are the starting
point for both [FRBR and FRAD].” (Oliver)
User Tasks
• Associated with bibliographic data (FRBR)
Find
To find entities corresponding to the
user's stated search criteria
Identify
To identify an entity
Select
To select an entity appropriate to
the user's needs
Obtain
To acquire or obtain access to the
entity described
User Tasks
• Associated with authority data (FRAD)
Find
Find an entity or set of entities
corresponding to stated criteria
Identify
Identify an entity
Contextualize*
Place a person, corporate body, work, etc.
in context; clarify relationships between
two or more persons, corporate bodies,
works, etc.; and between a person,
corporate body, etc. and the name by
which that person, body, etc. is known
Justify*
Document the authority data creator's
reason for choosing name or form of
name
*tasks carried out by those who create authority data
Note the similarities …
Objects of a dictionary catalog
1. To enable a person to find a book of which either
(A) the author
(B) the title
is known.
(C) the subject
2. To show what a library has
(D) by a given author
(E) on a given subject
(F) in a given kind of literature.
3. To assist in the choice of a book
(G) as to its edition (bibliographically).
(H) as to its character (literary or topical).
(Charles A. Cutter, Rules for a Dictionary Catalog, 4th ed., 1904)
Note the similarities ...
Five Laws of Library Science
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Books are for use.
Every reader his [or her] book.
Every book its reader.
Save the time of the reader.
The library is a growing organism.
(S.R. Ranganathan, 1931)
FRBR Terminology
Entities
Attributes
Relationships
FRBR Entities
Group 1
Products of intellectual or artistic endeavor
Group 1 Entities
Work
Expression
Manifestation
Item
FRBR Entities
Group 2
Those responsible for intellectual or artistic
content, physical production and
dissemination, or custodianship of Group
1 entities
Group 2 Entities
Persons
Families
Corporate bodies
FRBR Entities
Group 3
Subjects
Group 3 Entities
Can include any Group 1 or Group 2 entity
plus
Concepts
Objects
Events
Place
Group 1 Entities
Work
is realized through
Expression
is embodied in
Manifestation
is exemplified by
Item
Work



A distinct intellectual or
artistic creation
Very abstract! – does
not correspond with
any tangible thing
(At right :
Shakespeare thinks)
Expression



The intellectual or
artistic realization
of a work
(specific sequence
of words in a
textual work,
notes in a musical
work, etc.)
Still abstract!
Manifestation



The physical
embodiment of an
expression of a work
(the set of all items
with the same
characteristics of
content and form)
Either a published
edition or a single
unpublished item
Item


A single exemplar
of a manifestation
At last, a tangible,
physical object!
Expression

… can be
embodied in
multiple …
Manifestations
• 245 10 $a Maude Adams acting edition of Romeo and
Juliet; $c with drawings by Ernest Haskell and C. Allan
Gilbert, published with the authorization of Charles
Frohman.
• 260 ## $a New York, $b R.H. Russell, $c 1899.
• 245 10 $a Romeo and Juliet : $b a tragedy in five acts / $c
by William Shakespeare ; with the stage business, cast of
characters, costumes, relative positions, &c.
• 260 ## $a New-York : $b Samuel French, $c [1874]
More expressions
… and still more …
Related works
Related works
Organization of RDA
• Three parts:
– • Resource Description
– • Relationships
– • Access Point Control
Organization of RDA
• 0 Introduction
– 0.0 Purpose and Scope
– 0.1 Key Features
– 0.2 Relationship to Other Standards for Resource
Description and Access
– 0.3 Conceptual Models Underlying RDA
» 0.3.1 General
» 0.3.2 Alignment with FRBR
» 0.3.3 Alignment with FRAD
Organization of RDA
• 1 General Guidelines On Recording Attributes of
Manifestations and Items
– 1.0 Scope
– 1.1 Terminology
» 1.1.1 Explanation of Key Terms
» 1.1.2 Resource
» 1.1.3 Mode of Issuance
» 1.1.4 Comprehensive, Analytical, and Hierarchical
Description
» 1.1.5 Work, Expression, Manifestation, and Item
Outline of RDA chapters
Outline of RDA chapters
Outline of RDA chapters
Outline of RDA chapters
Statement of International
Cataloguing Principles (ICP)
Differentiation
Sufficiency
Relationships
Representation
Accuracy
Attribution
Language preference
Common usage or
practice
Uniformity
Representation and Common usage
Representation
•
The data describing a resource should reflect the resource’s
representation of itself.
– “Take what you see and accept what you get.”
Common usage or practice
•
Data that is not transcribed from the resource itself should reflect
common usage.
From LCRIs to LCPSs
Library of Congress Policy Statements (LCPSs)
• Policy decisions for LC’s participants in the RDA Test
• Many consist of a single sentence or short paragraph
related to a specific RDA instruction, rather than longer
documents covering several topics
• Posted at
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/RDAtest/rda_lcps.html
Cataloging under AACR2 and
RDA: Examples
Cataloging: Examples
• MARC conventions:
• 245 10 $a Four preludes for harp solo / $c
by Woldemar Loukine.
• 246 3# $a 4 preludes for harp solo
Identifying an RDA record
• OCLC fixed field Desc (Leader/18): i
• 040 $e: rda
Cataloging: Examples
AACR2 (reconstructed) RDA
100 1# $a Card, Orson Scott, 100 1# $a Card, Orson
$d 1951Scott, $d 1951- $e author.
245 10 $a Pastwatch $h
[sound recording] : $b the
redemption of Christopher
Columbus / $c Orson Scott
Card.
250 ## $a Unabridged.
245 10 $a Pastwatch : $b
the redemption of
Christopher Columbus / $c
Orson Scott Card.
260 ## $a [Ashland, Or.] : $b
Blackstone Audio, $c p2009.
260 ## $a [Ashland, Oregon]
: $b Blackstone Audio, $c
[2009], ℗2009.
250 ## $a Unabridged.
Relationship designators
• Relationship designator
• AACR2:
• 100 1# $a Card, Orson Scott, $d 1951• RDA:
• 100 1# $a Card, Orson Scott, $d 1951- $e author.
Abbreviations & Dates
• Abbreviations, publication dates, copyright dates
• AACR2:
• 260 ## $a [Ashland, Or.] : $b Blackstone Audio, $c p2009.
• RDA:
• 260 ## $a [Ashland, Oregon] : $b Blackstone Audio, $c
[2009], ℗2009.
GMD  Content/Media/Carrier
• GMD vs. Content type, Media type, Carrier type
• AACR2:
• 245 10 $a Pastwatch $h [sound recording] : $b the
redemption of Christopher Columbus / $c Orson Scott Card.
• RDA:
• 245 10 $a Pastwatch : $b the redemption of Christopher
Columbus / $c Orson Scott Card.
Fields 336, 337, 338
• Content type, Media type, Carrier type
• 336 ## $a spoken word $2 rdacontent
• 337 ## $a audio $2 rdamedia
• 338 ## $a audio disc $2 rdacarrier
Content Type, Media Type, Carrier Type
•
Content Type (RDA 6.9, MARC field 336) : the form of
communication through which a work is expressed (e.g., performed
music, text, two-dimensional moving image)*
•
•
Media Type (RDA 3.2, MARC field 337) : The general type of
intermediation device needed to view, play, run, etc. the content (e.g.,
audio, computer, video, unmediated)
•
•
Carrier Type (RDA 3.3, MARC field 338) : The format of the storage
medium and housing of a carrier (e.g., audio disc, online resource,
volume)*
•
•
*Core elements
Dates, Carrier description, Abbreviations …
AACR2
100 1# $a Winton, W. M. $q
(Will McClain), $d b. 1885.
RDA
100 1# $a Winton, W. M. $q
(Will McClain), $d 1885- , $e
author
245 14 $a The geology of
245 14 $a The geology of
Denton County / $c by W.M.
Denton County / $c by W.M.
Winton.
Winton.
260 ## $a Austin, Tex. : $b
260 ## $a Austin, Texas : $b
University of Texas, $c [1925]. University of Texas, $c [1925].
… and The Arcane Case of the Series and the
Full Stop
AACR2
RDA
300 ## $a 86, [21] p. : $b ill.,
1 folded map ; $c 24 cm.
300 ## $a 86 pages, 21
unnumbered pages : $b
illustrations, 1 folded map ;
$c 24 cm.
336, 337, 338 again ; Series information
AACR2
RDA
336 ## $a text $2 rdacontent
337 ## $a unmediated $2
rdamedia
338 ## $a volume $2
rdacarrier
490 1# $a University of Texas 490 1# $a University of
bulletin ; $v no. 2544 (Nov. 22, Texas bulletin ; $v no. 2544
1925)
(November 22, 1925)
Cataloging: Examples
AACR2
RDA
100 1# $a Winik, Jay.
100 1# $a Winik, Jay.
245 10 $a April 1865 : $b the
month that saved America / $c
Jay Winik.
250 ## $a 1st ed.
245 10 $a APRIL 1865 : $b
The Month That Saved
America / $c Jay Winik.
250 ## $a FIRST EDITION.
260 ## $a [New York] : $b
HarperCollins, $c c2001.
260 ## $a [New York] : $b
HarperCollins Publishers, $c
[2001], ©2001.
Abbreviations again
AACR2
RDA
300 ## $a xviii, 461 p. ; $c 24 cm.
300 ## $a xviii, 461 pages ; $c 24
cm
336 ## $a text $2 rdacontent
337 ## $a unmediated $2
rdamedia
338 ## $a volume $2 rdacarrier
504 ## $a Includes bibliographical
references (p. 389-448) and index.
504 ## $a Includes bibliographic
references (pages 389-448) and
index.
Publication, etc., statements lacking
information
• Not using “[s.l.]” and “[s.n.]”; instead:
– [Place of publication not identified]
– [Publisher not identified]
– [Date of publication not identified]
• Macros in Voyager for supplied wording related to
publication, distribution, and manufacture
"Music librarians know the score"
AACR2 (reconstructed) RDA
100 1# $a Loukine, W. $q
(Woldemar)
100 1# $a Loukine, W. $q
(Woldemar), ǂe composer.
245 10 $a Four preludes for
harp solo / $c by Woldemar
Loukine.
260 ## $a N.Y. City : ǂb
International Music Pub. Co.,
ǂc ©1915.
245 10 $a Four preludes for
harp solo / $c by Woldemar
Loukine.
260 ## $a N.Y. City : ǂb
International Music Pub. Co.,
ǂc [date of publication not
identified], ©1915.
1 score (3 pages, 3 pages, 3
pages, 4 pages) ; ǂc 36 cm
300 ## $a 1 score (3, 3, 3, 4
p.) ; ǂc 36 cm.
“Music! Music! Music!”
AACR2 (reconstructed) RDA
336 ## $a notated music $2
rdacontent
337 ## $a unmediated $2
rdamedium
338 ## $a volume $2
rdacarrier
Erroneous data
AACR2
RDA
245 10 $a Micromagentic [sic]
study of magnetoelastic
materials / #c Yunfei Ma.
246 3# $a Micromagnetic
study of magnetoelastic
materials
245 10 $a Micromagentic
study of magnetoelastic
materials / #c Yunfei Ma.
246 1# $i Title should read:
$a Micromagnetic study of
magnetoelastic materials
The sign of omission
AACR2
RDA
245 10 $a If elected-- : $b
presidential campaigns from
Lincoln to Ford, as reported by
the New York Times / $c
edited by Arleen Keylin and
Eve Nelson.
245 10 $a If elected… : $b
presidential campaigns from
Lincoln to Ford, as reported
by the New York Times / $c
edited by Arleen Keylin and
Eve Nelson.
The Rule of Three and other matters
AACR2
RDA
245 10 $a A report on the recent 245 10 $a A report on the
events in Dunwich / $c Henry
recent events in Dunwich / $c
Armitage … [et al.].
Dr. Henry Armitage, Librarian,
Miskatonic University, Dr.
William H. Mudge, Professor of
Metaphysics and Director of the
Institute for Paranormal Studies,
Miskatonic University, Reverend
J.M. Harris, King’s Chapel,
Arkham, Massachusetts, and
the late Curtis Whateley,
Dunwich, Massachusetts.
The Rule of Three lives! (Optionally.)
AACR2
RDA
245 10 $a A report on the
recent events in Dunwich / $c
Henry Armitage … [et al.].
245 10 $a A report on the
recent events in Dunwich / $c
Henry Armitage [and three
others].
Compilations Lacking Collective Title
AACR2 21.7C1
100 1# $a Baden, Conrad.
240 10 $a Symphonies, $n no. 6
245 10 $a Sinfonia espressiva $h
[sound recording] / $c Conrad
Baden. Symphony no. 3, op.
26 / Hallvard Johnsen.
Symphony no. 2 / Bjarne
Brustad.
700 12 $a Johnsen, Hallvard. $t
Symphonies, $n no. 3, op. 26.
700 12 $a Brustad, Bjarne. $t
Symphonies, $n no. 2.
RDA 6.27.1.4, 24.5.1.3
245 00 $a Sinfonia espressiva / $c
Conrad Baden. Symphony no. 3,
op. 26 / Hallvard Johnsen.
Symphony no. 2 / Bjarne
Brustad.
700 12 $i contains (work) $a Baden,
Conrad. $t Symphonies, $n no.
6.
700 12 $i contains (work) $a
Johnsen, Hallvard. $t
Symphonies, $n no. 3, op. 26.
700 12 $i contains (work) $a
Brustad, Bjarne. $t Symphonies,
$n no. 2.
Compilations Lacking Collective Title
AACR2 21.7C1
100 1# $a Baden, Conrad.
240 10 $a Symphonies, $n no. 6
245 10 $a Sinfonia espressiva $h
[sound recording] / $c Conrad
Baden. Symphony no. 3, op. 26 /
Hallvard Johnsen. Symphony no.
2 / Bjarne Brustad.
700 12 $a Johnsen, Hallvard. $t
Symphonies, $n no. 3, op. 26.
700 12 $a Brustad, Bjarne. $t
Symphonies, $n no. 2.
RDA 6.27.1.4 Alternative, 24.5.1.3
245 00 $a [Three Norwegian
symphonies].
505 0_ $a Sinfonia espressiva / Conrad
Baden -- Symphony no. 3, op. 26 /
Hallvard Johnsen --Symphony no. 2 /
Bjarne Brustad.
700 12 $i contains (work) $a Baden,
Conrad. $t Symphonies, $n no. 6.
700 12 $i contains (work) $a Johnsen,
Hallvard. $t Symphonies, $n no. 3, op.
26.
700 12 $i contains (work) $a Brustad,
Bjarne. $t Symphonies, $n no. 2.
Works Accepted as Sacred Scripture
AACR2 25.17A
RDA 6.23.2.5
Use as the uniform title for a sacred Choose as the preferred title for a sacred
scripture (see 21.37) the title by
scripture the title by which it is most
which it is most commonly
commonly identified in reference
identified in English-language
sources in the language preferred by
reference sources dealing with the
the agency creating the data that deal
religious group(s) to which the
with the religious group or groups to
scripture belongs. If no such
which the scripture belongs. If no such
source is available, use general
source is available, use general
reference sources.
reference sources.
Avesta
Bible
Koran
Talmud
Tripiṭaka
Avesta
Bible
Holy Piby
Kitāb al-aqdas
Qur’an
Talmud
Tripiṭaka
Works Accepted as Sacred Scripture
AACR2 21.37A
Enter a work that is accepted as
sacred scripture by a religious
group, or part of such a work,
under title.
RDA 6.30.1.2
For a work that is accepted as sacred
scripture by a religious group,
construct the authorized access point
representing the work using the
preferred title for the work.
Exception: works attributed to a single
person
Baháʼuʼlláh, 1817-1892. Kitāb al-aqdas
Hubbard, L. Ron (La Fayette Ron), 19111986. Introduction to Scientology
Ethics
Moon, Sun Myung. Wŏlli haesŏl
Parts of the Bible
AACR2 25.18A
Bible. $p O.T.
Bible. $p N.T.
Bible. $p O.T.
Bible. $p N.T.
Bible. $p N.T.
Bible. $p O.T.
Bible. $p O.T.
Bible. $p N.T.
Bible. $p O.T.
$p Ezra
$p Revelation
$p Corinthians, 1st
$p Genesis XI, 26-XX, 18
$p Pentateuch
$p Gospels
$p Apocrypha
RDA 6.23.2.9, 6.30.2.2
Bible. $p Old Testament
Bible. $p New Testament
Bible. $p Ezra
Bible. $p Revelation
Bible. $p Corinthians, 1st
Bible. $p Genesis, XI, 26-XX, 18
Bible. $p Pentateuch
Bible. $p Gospels
Bible. $p Apocrypha
In RDA, individual books and groups of books of the Bible are
recorded as a subdivision of Bible, rather than as a subdivision of
O.T. or N.T.
Non-human entities
• Now in scope as persons, e.g.,
– Miss Piggy
– Snoopy
• LC to consider as persons?
– If in the Subject file, move to the Names file
Non-human entities
W
Non-human entities
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