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1 1 Part 3. Descriptive changes for serials

2 2 Area 1 Title and statement of responsibility

3 3 1.1B1 Introductory words AACR: Do not transcribe words that serve as an introduction and are not intended to be part of the title. Disney presents Sleeping Beauty Welcome to NASA quest LCRI will restrict usage (not for rare materials, etc.)

4 245 00Muscle car and truck buyer's guide $i Title appears on item as: $a Price guide presents-- muscle car and truck buyer's guide But dont omit words that are grammatically linked: Political pulse's education beat Education beat

5 5 12.1B2 Full form vs. acronym/initialism AACR: When the title appears in full and in the form of an acronym or initialism on the chief source of information, choose the full form as the title proper. Whats new: Exception removed to choose acronym when only form found elsewhere Reason: Harmonization with ISSN

6 245 00Bulletin of experimental treatment for AIDS : $b BETA : a publication of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation BETA Fig. 6.13a. Caption (chief source)

7 7 12.1E1. Other title information Transcribe when it fits one of these categories: Acronym/initialism appears with full form Statement of responsibility embedded Title proper consists solely of corporate body name This is the current LCRI/CONSER practice

8 8 12.1E1. (cont.) In all other cases, transcribe other title information in the title and statement of responsibility area if considered to be important, or give it in a note, or ignore it. Whats new: We can now give quoted notes! Or give in 245, or omit.

9 9 12.1E1. (Cont.) No CONSER policy set on how to record in cases where it is optional Montana : $b the magazine of Western history Dialogue. 500 A journal of Mormon thought.

10 10 Area 2 Edition statement

11 F1. Changes in the edition statement LCRI: For serials, if the change indicates a change in subject matter or a change in physical format, make a new description Whats new: Weve never made new records before for changes in edition In LCRI 21.3B only; will later be added to code Reason: Harmonization with ISBD(CR)

12 12 Area 3 Numbering

13 B1/C1 Punctuation … give it in the same terms, but not necessarily with the same punctuation … Whats new: We can now change a hyphen to a slash! CONSER will used slash in most cases, whether it represents two or more years or a single fiscal year

14 C4. Numeric/alphabetic and chronological designations AACR: …if the designation consists of a year and a number that is a division of the year, give the year before the number Whats new:Formerly only in LCRI Examples: 97/

15 C4. (Cont.) LCRI: If the separate date lacks the year present in the other designation, record the year twice without brackets Source: 94-1 January Transcription: (Jan. 94) Source: 1997, 1 Jan./Feb./Mar. Transcription: , 1 (Jan./Feb./Mar. 1997)- Whats new:Ability to repeat year

16 D1. No designation on first issue AACR: … give [no.1] … or a chronological designation for the first issue or part, as appropriate. Whats new: Ability to supply date LCRI: Use the publication date or copyright date to supply a chronological designation Source c2000 Transcription: [2000]-

17 G Changes in numbering If a new sequence with the same system of numbering as before is not accompanied by wordings such as new series, supply [new ser.] or another appropriate term … Whats new: No more new records for numbering changes Reason: ISSN harmonization

18 18 Changes in numbering Examples: No. 1-no. 6 ; [new ser.], no. 1- No. 1-no. 6 ; [new ser.], no. 1-no. 3 ; [3 rd ser.], no. 1- No. 1-no. 6 ; [2 nd ser.], no. 1- ; -3 rd ser., no. 104 ; 4 th ser., no. 1-

19 19 Area 4 Publishing statement

20 20 1.4D4 Publisher can no longer be abbreviated to The … when given in statement of responsibility … / $c Dept. of Finance, Bureau of Records and Statistics. 260 Washington : $b Dept. of Finance, Bureau of Records and Statistics Reason: need for searchability within publisher statements

21 21 1.4F8 Dates of publication New rule: Dates for serials, integrating resources and multiparts Dont give date when first issue (or last) not in hand Optionally, supply the date NLC will follow the option; LC will not CONSER may use when date is known to keep practices for serials and IR in synch

22 22 Punctuation in 260 field Dont give ending comma when no $c 260 Washington, DC : $b Library of Congress Dont give incomplete brackets, even when field is not complete 260 Washington, DC : $b Smithsonian Institution, $c [1989]- {first issue in hand}

23 23 Area 5 Physical description

24 24 SMD for direct access e- resources (chapter 9) 9.5B1. Optionally, use conventional terminology to record the specific format of the physical carrier. 1 CD-ROM 2 Photo CDs 1 DVD LCRI: apply the optional provision of the rule and use conventional terminology CONSER practice: differences in SMD requires new record (e.g., CD vs. DVD)

25 25 Area 7 Notes

26 26 Notes relating to designations: where are they? LCRI 12.7B10. Numbering peculiarities Coverage as of … 12.7B11 Publication, distribution, etc. Unformatted 362 data covered here Began in B23 Item described Description based on Latest issue consulted Viewed on date

27 27 Latest issue consulted note 12.7B23. If more than one issue or part has been consulted, make a note of the latest issue or part consulted in making the description. Combine information about earliest and latest issues or parts consulted in a single note if both are appropriate.

28 28 LIC (cont.) LCRI 12.7B23. Combine the DBO with the source of title note but not with the LIC; always give the LIC as a separate note Reason: source of title and DBO relate to same issue; DBO and source of title are already in records; less revision Use same abbreviations as for DBO (I.e., Vol.)

29 29 LIC (cont.) Examples: 362 0Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1990)- 500Latest issue consulted: Vol. 3, no. 1 (May 1992). 500Title from cover Began in Description based on: Vol. 1, no.3 (Mar. 1990); title from caption. 500Latest issue consulted: Vol. 10, no. 1 (Jan. 1999).

30 30 Examples (all are made up!) In the following examples, Before = If cataloged prior to implementation of 2002 amendments After = If cataloged after the implementation of the 2002 amendments These terms do not imply that the records are to be changed!

31 31 Example 1. Before Better homes and gardens presents Christmas crafts for … Christmas crafts for … 260 New York, NY : $b Better Homes and Gardens Pub. Co., 300 v. : $b ill. ; $c 28 cm. 500 Published in San Francisco, Description based on: 1998; title from cover (LIC)

32 32 Example 1: After: Christmas crafts for … 246 1$i Title appears on cover as: $a Better homes and gardens Christmas crafts for … 260 New York, NY : $b Better Homes and Gardens Pub. Co. 500 Description based on: 1998; title from cover. 500Latest issue consulted: No comma

33 33 Example 2: Before Directory of water quality control personnel / $c Personnel Branch, Department of Water Quality, Environmental Protection Agency. 260 Washington, DC : $b The Branch, $c Annual Report covers fiscal year.

34 34 Example 2: After Directory of water quality control personnel / $c Personnel Branch, Department of Water Quality, Environmental Protection Agency. 260 Washington, DC : $b Environmental Protection Agency, Dept. of Water Quality, Personnel Branch, $c Annual / Report covers fiscal year.

35 35 Example 3: Before APOW : $b Associated Pastelists on the Web : the annual print directory Associated Pastelists on the Web 260 Santa Fe, NM : $b Associated Pastelists, Inc., $c c Annual [No. 1]-

36 36 Example 3: After Associated Pastelists on the Web : $b APOW APOW 260 Santa Fe, NM : $b Associated Pastelists, Inc., $c c Annual 362 0[2000]- 500The annual print directory.

37 37 Example 4: Before Folk music digest. 260 Nashville, TN : $b Music Unlimited, $c [ Monthly No Ceased with no. 5 in Continued by a publication with the same title and numbering $t Folk music digest (Nashville, TN : 1992)

38 38 Example 4: After Folk music digest. 260 Nashville, TN : $b Music Unlimited, $c [1987]- 310 Monthly 362 0No. 1- ; [new ser.], no First series ceased with no. 5.


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