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1 PanCanadian RDA Training Module: Cataloguing with RDA: practical application
Compiled by: Emma Cross Cataloguing Librarian Carleton University Library Ottawa, Ontario Created: October 16, Last update: May 13, 2013 NOTE: set up slide show to show without animation otherwise slides will come in line by line which is very slow Suggestion for classroom handouts to go with the slides: Print these slides 3 per page (double sided) with space for notes Extra sheet (optional) 8 steps to building an RDA record Exercises

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Acknowledgements Thanks to: Margaret Stewart and Bill Leonard, Standards Division, Library and Archives Canada for helpful comments on earlier drafts of RDA examples. Canadian Committee on Cataloguing for review and comments on examples. Thank you also to the copyright holders of RDA Toolkit for permission to copy screens and the RDA logo for educational purposes. All screens copied are identified with: "Screen image from the RDA Toolkit (www.rdatoolkit.org) used by permission of the Co-Publishers for RDA (American Library Association, Canadian Library Association, and CILIP: Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals”. RDA Module - Practical Application

3 Objectives of this module
Identify RDA fields in example MARC records for 8 different formats Understand how and when to use RDA MARC fields based on information in earlier training modules Become familiar with RDA records for 8 different formats Be aware of the places to check to obtain information on RDA and MARC updates Be aware there are RDA Workflows available in RDA Toolkit from the Pan-Canadian training initiative RDA Module - Practical Application

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A note on examples Please note that examples are: for teaching purposes – they are illustrative and not prescriptive. often represent a particular agencies policies on the RDA instructions These are straightforward examples to get people started cataloguing with RDA RDA Module - Practical Application

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A note on examples Please note that examples: sometimes reflect the use of optional additions to the instructions may need to be modified as RDA and MARC are updated RDA Module - Practical Application

6 Pre-cataloguing decisions
Institutions will need to make a series of pre-cataloguing decisions before implementing RDA More information can be found in module Cataloguing with RDA: recording attributes of manifestations and items Pre-cataloguing decisions - local decisions and policies Give a few examples from the list below: Language and script RDA Numerals RDA and RDA 1.8.2 Dates RDA and Appendix H Dates in the Christian calendar Units of measurement RDA Encoding Transcription RDA 1.7.1 Capitalization Appendix A Abbreviations Appendix B Type of description RDA 1.5 Preferred source of information Basis of identification RDA Preferred source = title page RDA Multiple sources RDA 2.2.3 No source within volume RDA 2.2.4 RDA Module - Practical Application

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Outline This module will examine examples of RDA records for 8 different formats: Book E-book Serial E-serial Video recording - DVD Web site Music recording - CD Map This module will examine both MARC and RDA records Please follow along in the handout There will be a quiz at the end of each format and opportunity for questions RDA Module - Practical Application

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Book - MARC Leader/06 a Leader/07 m Leader/18 i Leader/19 # 007/00 t 008/35-37 eng 020 ## $a ## $a ## $b 040 ## $a CaONFJC|cCaONFJC|erda|dCaONFJC|dCaOOCC 100 1# $a Campbell, Steve, $d $e author $a Prince Edward County :$b an illustrated history / $c Steve Campbell, Janet Davies, Ian Robertson. 264 #1 $a Bloomfield, Ontario : $b County Magazine Print Shop Ltd., $c [2009] 264 #4 $c © ## $a xii, 228 pages : $b illustrations, portraits, maps ; $c 28 cm. Fields in red indicate RDA fields some of which are newly added to MARC Note: they are valid MARC fields and included in the MARC 21 manual Leader position 18 coded i to indicate ISBD punctuation 040 field Cataloguing Source subfield e “Description convention” for RDA. These two fields are used as a pair to indicate RDA records 037 field source of acquisition is mapped to RDA chapter 4 “Providing acquisition and access information” Contact information, RDA 4.2 Terms of availability 100 Main entry – personal name subfield e for relator term to indicate the relationship between a name and the resource in the bibliographic record In RDA these fields are found in Appendix I Relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body associated with the resource. The MARC list of relator terms is being updated to include more RDA terms (url for MARC relator list given at the end of the slides) RDA records use field 264 Production, publication, distribution, manufacture and copyright notice Can now parse out what was previously all jammed into the 260 field – this illustrates the granular nature of RDA coding 264 field is repeatable Second indicator represents the function of the entity: 0 = production, 1 = publication, 2 = distribution, 3 = manufacture, 4 = copyright notice date. In this example, no publication date is given. Note on date: date of publication is a core field and RDA / LCPS encourage the cataloguer to supply a publication date. When not given, use copyright date to approximate. See RDA Dates of publication not identified in a single unit resource. Especially helpful is the LC-PCC policy statement pertaining to (access in Toolkit) If not possible to approximate publication date: “Date of publication not identified” written out in full. 300 field “pages”, “illustrations” and “portraits” written out in full – no abbreviations RDA Module - Practical Application

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Book - MARC 336 ## $a text $b txt $2 rdacontent 337 ## $a unmediated $b n $2 rdamedia 338 ## $a volume $b nc $2 rdacarrier 504 ## $a Includes bibliographical references and index # $a Introduction -- Natives -- Arrival of the Loyalists -- Early settlement – the 1800s -- Faith and fraternity -- The county prospers – the 1800s -- A new age - the 1900s -- And they called it The County -- Town, village and hamlet # $a Davies, Janet, $e author # $a Robertson, Ian, $e author. 336 field is Content Type - form of communication through which a work is expressed Used in conjunction with leader /06 (Type of record) a = language material Leader 06 indicates the general type of content. Field 336 enables the expression of more specific content types Use with “Term and code list for RDA content types” (link given at the end of the presentation) Subfield 2 indicates the source of term or code. Also an indication the terms / code come from a closed list of controlled vocabulary. Note $a = content type term, $b = content type code, $2 = source 337 is the Media Type which records the general type of intermediation device required for the resource. Used as an alternative or addition to the code for media type in field 007 (Category of material). Field 337 enables the indication of more specific media types. 337 is repeatable for instances of multiple media types in the same resource. EG audio / computer for digital audio files. Use with “Term and code list for RDA media types” (link given at the end of the presentation) Note $a = media type term, $b = media type code, $2 = source 338 is the carrier type = format of storage medium and housing of carrier Used as an alternative to or in addition to the coded expression of carrier type in field (specific material designation). 338 enables the indication of more specific carrier types. Note $a = carrier type term, $b = carrier type code, $2 = source 338 is a repeatable field Finally, note the subfield $e relator term in author added entry fields. This indicates the relationship between the person and the resource. RDA Module - Practical Application

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RDA records Note it is useful to review RDA records based on 8 steps: Group 1 elements: describe the resource 1. Identify the manifestation and item 2. Record media and carrier type 3. Acquisition and access information 4. Identify the work / expression 5. Describe the content Group 2 elements: record relationships 6. Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item 7. Record relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body 8. Record relationships between resource and works, expressions, manifestations and items We will follow the 8 step process when reviewing the RDA records in this presentation This material is covered in previous modules of the Pan-Canadian RDA training initiative Group 1 elements: describe the resource 1. Identify the manifestation and item RDA chapters 1 and 2. (E.g. covered in Pan-Canadian module 5 Recording attributes of manifestations and items) 2. Record media and carrier type RDA chapter 3 3. Acquisition and access information RDA chapter 4 4. Identify the work / expression RDA chapter 6 (think uniform title, authorized access point) 5. Describe the content RDA chapters 6 / 7 Group 2 elements: record relationships 6. Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item RDA Chapter 17 (most often identifying the works and expressions contained in the manifestation) 7. Record relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body RDA chapters with relationship designators in RDA Appendix I 8. Record relationships between resource and works, expressions, manifestations and items RDA chapters with relationship designators in RDA Appendix J A number of workflows have been created in RDA Toolkit for use with this module. Workflows follow the 8 steps shown here. We will review how to access the workflows at the end of the presentation. RDA Module - Practical Application

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Book - RDA RDA ref RDA Element Data recorded Title proper Prince Edward County Other title information an illustrated history Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Steve Campbell, Janet Davies, Ian Robertson Place of publication Bloomfield, Ontario Publisher’s name County Magazine Print Shop Ltd Date of publication [2009] 2.11 Copyright date © Mode of issuance single unit 2.15 Identifier for the manifestation ISBN Identifier for the manifestation ISBN Media type unmediated 3.3 Carrier type volume 3.4 Extent of text xii, 228 pages Group 1 elements Step 1: Identify the manifestation / item Most cataloguing is at the manifestation level. Fields identifying the manifestation in a manner which should look very familiar to cataloguers. Go through fields Notice how the information is separated into elements. Generally one piece of information per field as opposed the use of subfields in MARC. This is what is called the granular nature of RDA Notice no ISBD punctuation – RDA is a content standard Step 2: Record media and carrier  fields - moving into the media and carrier (to do with the physical description) RDA Module - Practical Application

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Book - RDA Dimensions for volume 28 cm 4.3 Contact information 6.9 Content type text 7.12 Language of content In English 7.15 Illustrative content Illustrations, portraits, maps 7.16 Supplementary content Includes bibliographical references and index Work manifested Campbell, Steve, Prince Edward County 19.2 Creator Campbell, Steve, Relationship designator author 19.2 Creator Davies, Janet 19.2 Creator Robertson, Ian Step 3: Acquisition and access information 4.3 Acquisition information [No step 4 as no uniform title: identify the work / expression] Step 5: Describe the content  elements which describe the content Group 2 elements: record relationships Step 6: Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item  Explain that RDA offers expanded power to gather together content published in a variety of forms. This is a key issue of the digital age. Element 17.8 work manifested - no equivalent coding in MARC This is where we see that MARC is not able to accommodate all the functions of RDA – note LC Bibliographic Framework Initiative BIBFRAME Step 7: Record relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body On this page the three authors are recorded as creators of the resource RDA Module - Practical Application

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Book - RDA 25.1 Related work Introduction – Natives -- Arrival of the Loyalists – Early settlement – the 1800s -- Faith and fraternity -- The county prospers – the 1800s -- A new age – the 1900s -- And they called it The County -- Town, village and hamlet 24.5 Relationship designator contains (work) Step 8: Record relationships between resource and works / expressions/ manifestations / items Interesting point on this page. RDA is based on the FRBR structure of work - expression - manifestation - item In MARC contents are given in a note field. In RDA, contents are connected to the resource at the level of work and so are given in 25.1 Related work element. (Note: don't belabour this point, as this is a question in a later exercise) RDA Module - Practical Application

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Book Questions Quiz RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-book - MARC Leader/06 a Leader/07 m Leader/18 i Leader/19 # 007/00 c 007/01 r 008/35-37 eng 020 ## $a ## $a ## $b 040 ## $a CaONFJC|cCaONFJC|erda|dCaONFJC|dCaOOCC 100 1# $a Artymiak, Jacek, $e author $a Beginning OpenOffice Calc : $b from setting up simple spreadsheets to business forecasting / $c Jacek Artymiak. As in the earlier record: Leader position 18 coded i to indicate ISBD punctuation 040 field Cataloguing Source subfield $e Description convention for RDA These two fields used as a pair to indicate an RDA record 100 main entry - personal name subfield e for relator term to indicate the relationship between a name and the resource in the bibliographic record. Pick term from the MARC relator list. Ask participants - is there anything striking about this record (Clue: it is for an electronic resource) That is right - there is no GMD. No more clunky $h right in the middle of the title statement Really, the term electronic resource is too broad for the modern digital age GMD replaced by content, media, carrier (on next page) which permits more specific description of the resource and can be used as coding to delineate more precise searches in a library catalogue. RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-book - MARC 264 #1 $a [New York?] : $b Apress, $c [2011] 264 #2 $a New York : $b Springer Science + Business Media, $c [2011] 264 #4 $c © ## $a 1 online resource. 336 ## $a text $b txt $2 rdacontent 337 ## $a computer $b c $2 rdamedia 338 ## $a online resource $b cr $2 rdacarrier 347 ## $a text file $b PDF $ 2 rda 490 1# $a The expert's voice in open source 504 ## $a Includes index. 506 ## $a Licensed electronic resource available to Carleton faculty, staff and student and walk-in users. Not available to alumni. 588 ## $a Title from title screen. 264 field is especially helpful for electronic resources where there is a publisher and distributor / vendor Discuss the repeated fields and use of indicators to separate out information Note issue again with date of publication – this is a core elements and RDA / LCPS encourages the cataloguer to supply an approximate date when one is not given Note the content, media, carrier elements coded for an online text resource Note the 347 field which is a new MARC field - digital file characteristics. This corresponds to RDA element This is not a core field Coding requires cataloguers state the type of file: audio, data, image, spatial data, text or video and then select from a list of file types. See Field 347 in MARC manual and RDA 3.19 in Toolkit. $a file type corresponds to RDA $b encoding format corresponds to RDA $c file size corresponds to RDA (provider neutral records omit file size). $d resolution corresponds to RDA $e regional encoding corresponds to RDA $f transmission speed corresponds to RDA Program for Co-operative Cataloguing (PCC) provides guidelines for provider neutral e-resources available on their website (link given at end of slides). RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-book - MARC 710 2# $a Springerlink. $i Electronic reproduction of (manifestation): $t Beginning OpenOffice Calc: from setting up simple spreadsheets to business forecasting $x 830 #0 $a Expert's voice in open source. 40 $z SpringerLink $u 710 Added entry - corporate body no $e relator term Roles that change from one manifestation to another such as distributor can not be used as designators because they are already RDA elements.    Linking field 776 $i to express relationship term from RDA Appendix J.4.2 Equivalent manifestation relationship RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-book - RDA RDA ref RDA Element Data recorded Title proper Beginning OpenOffice Calc Other title information from setting up simple spreadsheets to business forecasting Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Jacek Artymiak Place of publication [New York?] Publisher’s name Apress Date of publication [2011] Place of distribution New York Distributors name Springer Science + Business Media Date of distribution [2011] 2.11 Copyright date © Title proper of series The expert's voice in open source 2.13 Mode of issuance single unit Group 1 elements Step 1: Identify the manifestation / item Most cataloguing is at the manifestation level. Fields identifying the manifestation in a manner which should look very familiar to cataloguers. RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-book - RDA 2.15 Identifier for the manifestation ISBN Identifier for the manifestation ISBN Note on title Title from title screen 3.2 Media type computer 3.3 Carrier type online resource 3.4 Extent of text 1 online resource File type text file Encoding format PDF 4.3 Contact information 4.4 Restrictions on access Licensed electronic resource available to Carleton faculty, staff and students and walk-in users. Not available to alumni 4.4 Restrictions on access Access restricted to 1 simultaneous user 4.5 Restrictions on use Restricted: ebrary print limit per command: 30 pages and per session: 100 pages. Occasionally publisher limits per document may apply RDA element Note on title – very helpful for online resources Step 2: Record the media and carrier fields - moving into the physical description Media and carrier coded for an online resource Step 3: Acquisition and access information 4.3 – 4.5 This section is expanded in an RDA ebook record as it includes all the restrictions on access, use, url etc all key for an electronic resource [url on next slide] RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-book - RDA 4.6 Uniform resource locator 6.9 Content type text 7.12 Language of content In English 7.16 Supplementary content Includes index 17.8 Work manifested Artymiak, Jacek. Beginning OpenOffice Calc 19.2 Creator Artymiak, Jacek 18.5 Relationship designator author 24.1 Distributor SpringerLink 25.1 Related work The expert's voice in open source 24.5 Relationship designator in series (work) 27.1 Related manifestation Artymiak, Jacek. Beginning OpenOffice Calc 24.5 Relationship designator electronic reproduction of (manifestation) [No step 4 in this record: identify the work / expression] Step 5: Describe the content Elements 6.9 – 7.16 describe the content Group 2 elements: relationships Step 6: Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item 17.8 identifies the work contained in the manifestation (Remember: no MARC equivalent field) Step 7: Record relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body Creator related at the level of work Distributor linked at manifestation level Step 8: Record relationships between resource and work / expression / manifestation / item Series is a related work Finally, note this is an electronic reproduction of a print manifestation. Relationship designator taken from RDA appendix J 4.2 Equivalent manifestation relationships RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-book Questions Quiz RDA Module - Practical Application

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Serial - MARC Leader/06 a Leader/07 s Leader/18 i Leader/19 # 007/00 t 008/35-37 eng 022 ## $a ## $b Subscriber services: The Walrus, PO Box 915, Stn. Main, Markham, Ontario, Canada. L3P 0A8 walrusmagazine.com/care $c $6.95 per issue $c one year subscription within Canada $ ## $a CaONFJC|cCaONFJC|erda|dCaONFJC|dCaOOCC 130 0# $a Walrus (Toronto, Ontario) $a The walrus 246 1# $i Title from masthead: $a Walrus magazine. Note: this is a very straightforward example of a print serial. As noted earlier, CONSER is producing more detailed documentation (See PCC page, link given at end) As in earlier records Leader position 18 coded i to indicate ISBD punctuation 040 field Cataloguing Source subfield $e Description convention for RDA These two fields used as a pair to indicate an RDA record RDA Module - Practical Application

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Serial - MARC 264 #1 $a Toronto, Ontario : $b Walrus Foundation, $c ## $a volumes : $b illustrations (chiefly colour), portraits ; $c 28 cm. 310 ## $a Ten times a year 336 ## $a text $b txt $2 rdacontent 337 ## $a unmediated $b n $2 rdamedia 338 ## $a volume $b nc $2 rdacarrier 362 0# $a Volume 1, issue 1 (October 2003)- 500 ## $a Issues before July /Aug 2009 published by the Walrus Magazine. 500 ## $a Also available online : 588 ## $a Latest issue consulted: volume 9, number 7 (September 2012). 588 ## $a Title from cover # $a Walrus Foundation 264 indicators coded for publication No abbreviation in 300 field Content / media / carrier fields coded for print 588 note: source of description note May wish to note that RDA Note on title (notes on title source) and RDA Note on issue, part or iteration used as basis for identification of the resource are mapped to MARC field 588. Other notes from RDA Note on title go in the 500 field 588 Note on source of title 588 Issue or part used for identification RDA Module - Practical Application

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Serial - RDA RDA ref RDA Element Data recorded Title proper The walrus Variant title Walrus magazine Numeric / alphabetic designation of first issue or part of sequence Volume 1, issue Chronological designation of first issue or part of sequence October Place of publication Toronto, Ontario Publisher’s name Walrus Foundation Date of publication Mode of issuance serial 2.14 Frequency Ten times a year 2.15 Identifier for the manifestation ISSN Step 1: Identify the manifestation / item Elements on this slide identify the manifestation in a manner which should be familiar Point out serials fields 2.6.2 Numeric / alphabetic designation 2.6.3 Chronological designation 2.14 Frequency RDA Module - Practical Application

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Serial - RDA Note on title Title from cover Note on publication statement Issues before July /Aug 2009 published by the Walrus Magazine Note on issue, part or iteration used as basis for the identification of the resource Latest issue consulted: Volume 9, number 7 (September 2012) 3.2 Media type unmediated 3.3 Carrier type volume 3.4 Extent of text volumes Dimensions 28 cm 4.2 Terms of availability $6.95 per issue, one year subscription within Canada $29.75 Element Note on title – Conser has designated this as core Note for serials cataloguers: CONSER has produced RDA documentation – see PCC page, link given at end. is a note field useful for serials Step 2: Record media and carrier type 3.2 – Step 3: Acquisition and access information Moving into elements for acquisition and access RDA Module - Practical Application

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Serial - RDA 4.3 Contact information Subscriber services: The Walrus, PO Box 915, Stn. Main, Markham, Ontario, Canada. L3P 0A8 4.3 Contact information walrusmagazine.com/care Preferred title for the work Walrus 6.5 Place of origin of the work (Toronto, Ontario) 6.9 Content type text 7.12 Language of content English 7.15 Illustrative content Illustrations 7.15 Illustrative content Portraits 7.17 Colour content Chiefly colour 17.8 Work manifested Walrus 21.3 Publisher Walrus Foundation 26.1 Related expression Also issued in online edition containing additional content such as photo galleries, blogs, web exclusives: Step 4: Identify the work / expression Note the and 6.5 elements Useful to note: use this range of elements where would use uniform title 130 in MARC Authorized access point to distinguish the work Step 5. Describe the content 6.9 – 7.17 elements describing the content Group 2 elements: record relationships Step 6: Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item 17.8 Identifying the work in the resource Step 7: Record relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body 21.3 Publisher Step 8: Record relationships between resource and work / expression / manifestation / item 26.1 Related expression Online version recorded using an unstructured description RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-serial - MARC Leader/06 a Leader/07 s Leader/18 i Leader/19 # 007/00 c 007/01 r 008/35-37 eng 020 ## $a ## $b NRC Research Press, 1200 Montreal Rd, Bldg M-55, Ottawa, ON K2A 0R ## $a CaONFJC|cCaONFJC|erda|dCaONFJC|dCaOOCC 041 0# $a eng $a fre 210 1# $a Can. j. for. res. (Online) 222 #0 $a Canadian journal of forest research (Online) As earlier records: Leader position 18 coded i to indicate ISBD punctuation 040 field Cataloguing Source subfield $e Description convention for RDA These two fields used as a pair to indicate an RDA record 210 Abbreviated key title and 222 Key title (supplied by ISSN centres) RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-serial - MARC $a Canadian journal of forest research = $b Journal canadien de la recherche forestière $a Journal canadien de la recherche forestière 264 #1 $a Ottawa : $b National Research Council of Canada, $c ## $a 1 online resource : $b illustrations, maps 310 ## $a Monthly 336 ## $a text $b txt $2 rdacontent 337 ## $a computer $b c $2 rdamedia 338 ## $a online resource $b cr $2 rdacarrier 362 0# $a Volume 1, number 1 (March 1971)- 504 ## $a Includes bibliographical references 245 no $h GMD 264 coded for publisher Note illustrations written out in full Content / media / carrier coded for online text file RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-serial - MARC 540 ## $a Licensed electronic resource available to faculty, staff, students and walk-in users. Not available to alumni. 546 ## $a Text in English and French 588 ## $a Description based on: volume 42, number 6 (June, 2012). $a National Research Council of Canada $e issuing body. 776 1# $i Print version $x 856 4# $u 710 $e relator term 776 linking field $i indicates the relationship RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-serial - RDA RDA ref RDA Element Data recorded Title proper Canadian journal of forest research Parallel title Journal canadien de la recherche forestière Key title Canadian journal of forest research (Online) Abbreviated key title Can. j. for. res. (Online) Numeric and / or alphabetic designation of first issue or part of sequence Volume 1, number Chronological designation of first issue or part of sequence March Place of publication Ottawa Publisher’s name National Research Council of Canada Date of publication 1971- Step 1: Identify the manifestation / item Elements on this slide identify the manifestation in a manner which should be familiar Point out serials fields 2.3.9 Key title Abbreviated key title 2.6.2 Numeric / alphabetic designation 2.6.3 Chronological designation RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-serial - RDA 2.13 Mode of issuance serial 2.14 Frequency Monthly 2.15 Identifier for the manifestation ISSN Note on issue, part or iteration used as basis for the identification of the resource Description based on: volume 42, number 6 (June, 2012) 3.2 Media type computer 3.3 Carrier type online resource 3.4 Extent of text 1 online resource 4.2 Terms of availability Subscription rates available on publisher website Point out serials fields 2.14 Frequency Note on issue, part or iteration used as the basis for the identification of the resource Step 2: Record media and carrier type Elements 3.2 to 3.4 RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-serial - RDA 4.3 Contact information NRC Research Press, 1200 Montreal Rd, Bldg M-55, Ottawa, ON K2A 0R6 4.4 Restrictions on access Licensed electronic resource available to faculty, staff, students and walk-in users. Not available to alumni 4.6 Uniform resource locator 6.9 Content type text 7.12 Language of content Text in English and French 7.15 Illustrative content Illustrations, maps 7.16 Supplementary content Includes bibliographical references Step 3: Acquisition and access information RDA elements 4.3 – 4.6 [No step 4 here: identify the work / expression] Step 5: Describe the content RDA elements 6.9 – 7.16 RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-serial - RDA 17.8 Work manifested Canadian journal of forest research 19.3 Other person, family or corporate body associated with a work National Research Council of Canada 18.5 Relationship designator issuing body 27.1 Related manifestation Also issued in print ISSN: Group 2 elements Step 6: Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item 17.8 Identification of the work contained in the manifestation Step 7: Record relationships between resource and person, family, corporate body Relationship between the resource and the NRC recorded as “issuing body” Step 8: Record relationships between resource and work / expression / manifestation / item Relationship to related manifestation – also issued in print. Note on serials These are basic examples – CONSER provides documentation on serials and RDA. See PCC website – link given at end of slides. Obviously, two important fields in serials cataloguing are Preceding entry (MARC field 780) and Succeeding entry (MARC field 785). In RDA these are generally handled in element 25.1 related work with relationship designator from Appendix J.2.6 Sequential work relationships. Most often continues (work) and continued by (work) RDA Module - Practical Application

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E-serial Questions Quiz [Take a break here – this is the half way point] RDA Module - Practical Application

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Leader/06 g Leader/07 m Leader/18 i Leader/19 a 007/00 v 007/01 d 007/03 c 007/04 v 007/05 a 007/06 i 007/08 q 008/35-37 eng 020 ## $a $a MST64100 $b PBS Distribution To avoid being repetitive, notes will only discuss fields related to specific format. 007 physical description fixed field as relates to DVD RDA Module - Practical Application

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040 ## $a CaONFJC|cCaONFJC|erda|dCaONFJC|dCaOOCC 041 0# $a eng 130 0# $a Downton Abbey (2010) $a Downton Abbey / $c Carnival/Masterpiece co-production ; produced by Nigel Marchant ; written and created by Julian Fellowes ; directed by Brian Percival, Ben Bolt, Brian Kelly. 250 ## $a Original UK edition. 264 #1 $a [London] : $b Carnival Film and Television Limited, $c #2 $a [Alexandra, Virginia] : $b PBS Distribution, $c [2011] 264 #2 $a Boston : $b WGBH, $c [2011] 264 #4 $c © ## $a 3 DVD-videos (368 min.) : $b sound, colour ; $c 12 cm. 336 ## $a two-dimensional moving image $b tdi $2 rdacontent 337 ## $a video $b v $2 rdamedia 338 ## $a videodisc $b vd $2 rdacarrier Reference Preferred source of information, Resources consisting of moving images RDA Preferred source of information: title frame(s), title screen(s). Alternative: eye-readable label bearing a title permanently printed or affixed to the resource. Note the 264 fields coded for publication, distribution and copyright Content, media, carrier coded for video RDA Module - Practical Application

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344 ## $a digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda 346 ## $a laser optical $b NTSC $2 rda 347 ## $a video file $b DVD video $e region 1 $2 rda 490 1# $a Masterpiece theatre 500 ## $a Originally produced as a British television series in 2010. 500 ## $a Special features: Downton Abbey: The making of, Downton Abbey: A house in history 508 ## $a Original music, John Lunn ; cinematography, David Katznelson, David Marsh ; editing, John Wilson, Alex Mackie, Nick McPhee. 511 1# $a Cast: Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Maggie Smith, Jim Carter, Phyllis Logan, Michelle Dockery, Dan Stevens. 520 ## $a Downton Abbey--a sprawling Edwardian mansion and park nestled in the lush North Yorkshire countryside--needs an heir … 521 8# $a Not rated. 538 ## $a DVD video, stereo, NTSC, Region 1, wide screen. 546 ## $a English subtitles. Updated MARC fields for RDA 344 Sound characteristics based on RDA element 3.16 (Sound characteristic) $a type of recording, $b recording medium, $g configuration of playback channels 346 Video characteristics based on RDA element 3.18 (Video characteristic) $a video standard, $b broadcast standard 347 Digital file characteristics based in RDA element 3.19 (Digital file characteristic) $a file type, $b encoding format, $e regional encoding Note: cataloguers will have to consult RDA Toolkit (above listed elements) to see the full range of coding options Sub field $2 indicates source of coding - from a list of RDA controlled terms RDA Module - Practical Application

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700 1# $a Fellowes, Julian $e author # $a Marchant, Nigel $e producer # $a Percival, Brian $d $e director # $a Bolt, Ben $e director # $a Kelly, Brian $e director # $a Bonneville, Hugh $e actor # $a McGovern, Elizabeth $d $e actor # $a Smith, Maggie $d $e actor # $a Carter, Jim $d $e actor # $a Logan, Phyllis $e actor # $a Dockery, Michelle $d $e actor # $a Stevens, Dan $1982- $e actor # $a Carnival Films (Great Britain) # $a PBS Distribution (Firm). Note the subfield e relator term to indicate the relationship between the person and the resource – this is often numerous for a/v resources 710 no $e relator term distributor can not be used as a relationship designator as it is already an RDA element RDA Module - Practical Application

40 Video recording (DVD) - MARC
710 2# $a WGBH Video (Firm). 830 #0 $a Masterpiece theatre (Television program) RDA Module - Practical Application

41 Video recording (DVD) - RDA
RDA ref RDA element Data recorded Title proper Downton Abbey Statement of responsibility relating to the title proper created by Julian Fellowes relating to the title proper producer Nigel Marchant relating to the title proper directors Brian Percival, Ben Bolt, Brian Kelly Edition statement Original UK edition Place of publication [London] Publisher’s name Carnival Film and Television Limited Date of publication Place of distribution [Alexandria, Virginia] Distributor’s name PBS Place of distribution Boston Distributor’s name WGBH Date of distribution [2011] 2.11 Copyright date ©2011 This is a lengthy record – walk through the RDA coding using the 8 steps or stages (otherwise will seem like slides flying by!) Step 1: Identify the manifestation / item Elements on this page all identify the manifestation Go through the elements RDA Module - Practical Application

42 Video recording (DVD) - RDA
Title proper of series Masterpiece theatre (Television program) 2.13 Mode of issuance multipart monograph 2.15 Identifier for the manifestation PBS Distribution: MST Identifier for the manifestation ISBN Media type video 3.3 Carrier type videodisc 3.4 Extent 3 DVD-videos 3.5 Dimensions 12 cm Type of recording digital Recording medium optical Configuration of playback channels stereo Video format laser optical Broadcast standard NTSC Digital file type video file May wish to note DVD is part of a series – element Step 2: Record media and carrier type Starting at 3.2, elements record media and carrier. In a/v resources this section is expanded with information connected to specific format Based on RDA element 3.16 Sound characteristics and 3.18 Video characteristic RDA Module - Practical Application

43 Video recording (DVD) - RDA
Encoding format DVD video Regional encoding Region Preferred title for the work Downton Abbey 6.4 Date of work Content type two-dimensional moving image 7.7 Intended audience Not rated 7.10 Summarization of content Downton Abbey--a sprawling Edwardian mansion and park nestled in the lush North Yorkshire countryside--needs an heir … 7.12 Language of the content English 7.14 Accessibility of content SDH subtitles in English. Special features not subtitled Colour of moving image Colour 7.18 Sound content Sound 7.19 Aspect ratio Wide screen 7.22 Duration Approximately 6 hr. [Step 3: Acquisition and access information - not mentioned in this record] Step 4: Identify the work / expression Starting at element 6.2.2 Remember and 6.4 map from MARC 130 uniform title Step 5: Describe the content Again content section is expanded with fields specific to DVD RDA Module - Practical Application

44 Video recording (DVD) - RDA
7.23 Performer, narrator, and or presenter Cast: Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Maggie Smith, Jim Carter, Phyllis Logan, Michelle Dockery, Dan Stevens 7.24 Artistic and or technical credit Original music, John Lunn ; cinematography, David Katznelson, David Marsh ; editing, John Wilson, Alex Mackie, Nick McPhee 7.28 Awards Winner, 2011 British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) TV Awards for Best Sound (Fiction/Entertainment), Adam Armitage, Nigel Heath, Mark Holding, Alex Sawyer; Best Director-Fiction/Entertainment, Brian Percival; … 7.29 Note on expression Originally produced as a British television series in Work manifested Downton Abbey (2010) 19.2 Creator Fellowes, Julian 18.5 Relationship designator author Group 2 relationships Step 6: Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item Element 17.8 Step 7: Record relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body Starts at 19.2 with creator which is person associated at the level of work RDA Module - Practical Application

45 Video recording (DVD) - RDA
19.3 Other person, family, corporate body associated with a work Marchant, Nigel 18.5 Relationship designator television producer associated with a work Percival, Brian 18.5 Relationship designator television director 20.2 Contributor Bolt, Ben 20.2 Contributor Kelly, Brian 20.2 Contributor Bonneville, Hugh 18.5 Relationship designator actor 20.2 Contributor McGovern, Elizabeth 20.2 Contributor Smith, Maggie 19.3 Other person, family, corporate body associated with a work for television producer and television director Relationship designators are taken from RDA Appendix I.2.2 RDA element 20.2 for contributor which is person, family, corporate body associated at the level of expression Relationship designators are taken from RDA Appendix I.3.1 RDA Module - Practical Application

46 Video recording (DVD) - RDA
20.2 Contributor Carter, Jim 18.5 Relationship designator actor 20.2 Contributor Logan, Phyllis 20.2 Contributor Dockery, Michelle 20.2 Contributor Stevens, Dan 21.3 Publisher Carnival Films (Great Britain) 21.4 Distributor PBS Distribution (Firm) 21.4 Distributor WGBH Video (Firm) 25.1 Related work Special features: Downton Abbey: The making of, Downton Abbey: A house in history 24.5 Relationship designator (contains) work 25.1 Related work Masterpiece theatre (Television program) 24.5 Relationship designator in series (work) Step 8: Record relationships between resource and works, expressions, manifestations and items RDA element 25.1 related work Both relationship designators taken from RDA Appendix J.2.4 Whole – part work relationships RDA Module - Practical Application

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Video recording (DVD) Questions Quiz RDA Module - Practical Application

48 RDA Module - Practical Application
Website - MARC Leader/06 a Leader/07 i Leader/18 i Leader/19 # 007/00 c 007/01 r 007/03 c 008/35-37 eng 040 ## $a CaONFJC|cCaONFJC|erda|dCaONFJC|dCaOOCC $a Ontario midwives : $b experts in normal pregnancy, birth and newborn care $a Toronto, Ontario : $b Association of Ontario Midwives, $c ## $a 1 online resource : $b colour illustrations. 336 ## $a text $b txt $2 rdacontent 337 ## $a computer $b c $2 rdamedia 338 ## $a online resource $b cr $2 rdacarrier Leader / 040 combo to indicate RDA record No GMD $h Website = integrating resource Note: 264 first indicator coded 3. This is suggested by PCC best practice guide for integrating resources and indicates “sequence of statements”, 3=current / latest 336 content = text 337 media (intermediation device) = computer RDA Module - Practical Application

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Website - MARC 500 ## $a Title from home page. 520 ## $a This website features resources and links on the work of the Ontario Association of Midwives including: finding a midwife in Ontario, what is a midwife, midwifery care, supporting midwifery, news, events as well as services for members. 546 ## $a In English. 588 ## $a Viewed on July 26, 2012. 710 2# $a Association of Ontario Midwives, $e issuing body. $u 338 carrier type (more specific material designation) = online resource Fields valuable for cataloguing a website which are important in an RDA record (although not new RDA MARC fields) 500 Title source field 588 Date viewed 710 field $e relator issuing body. Term taken from RDA appendix I.2.2 Relationship designators for other persons, families, corporate bodies associated with a work and (of course) included in the MARC relator list RDA Module - Practical Application

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Website - RDA RDA ref RDA element Data recorded Title proper Ontario midwives Other title information experts in normal pregnancy, birth and newborn care Place of publication Toronto, Ontario Publishers name Association of Ontario Midwives Date of publication Mode of issuance integrating resource Note on title Title from home page Note on issue, part, or iteration used as the basis for identification of the resource Viewed on July 26, Media type computer 3.3 Carrier type online resource 3.4 Extent 1 online resource Step 1: Identify the manifestation / item RDA elements to Note the following elements 2.13 Mode of issuance – integrating resource as this is a website Note on title source Date viewed goes here Step 2: Record media and carrier type Media and carrier coded for an online text document RDA Module - Practical Application

51 RDA Module - Practical Application
Website - RDA 4.6 Uniform resource locator 6.9 Content type text 7.10 Summarization of content This website features resources and links on the work of the Ontario Association of Midwives including: finding a midwife in Ontario, what is a midwife, midwifery care, supporting midwifery, news, events as well as services for members 7.12 Language of content English 7.15 Illustrative content Illustrations 7.17 Colour content Colour 17.8 Work manifested Ontario midwives 19.3 Other person, family, or corporate body associated with a work Association of Ontario Midwives 18.5 Relationship designator issuing body Step 3: Acquisition and access information Element 4.6 contains the url [No step 4 here: Identify the work / expression] Step 5: Describe the content Describing content 6.9 – 7.17 Group 2 elements Step 6: Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item Element 17.8 work manifested Step 7: Record relationships between resource and person, family and corporate body 19.3 Other person, family, corporate body associated with a work Relationship designator taken from RDA Appendix I.2.2 Relationship designators for other persons, families, corporate bodies connected with a work [No step 8 for this resource: Record relationships between resource and other works, expressions, manifestations and items] RDA Module - Practical Application

52 RDA Module - Practical Application
Website Questions Quiz RDA Module - Practical Application

53 Music recording (CD) - MARC
Leader/06 j Leader/07 m Leader/18 i Leader/19 # 007/00 s 007/01 d 007/04 s 007/06 g 007/12 e 007/13 d 008/35-37 eng $a MRCD 6520 $b MapleMusic Recordings 040 ## $a CaONFJC|cCaONFJC|erda|dCaONFJC|dCaOOCC 100 1# $a Kreviazuk, Chantal, $e composer, $e singer, $e instrumentalist. Leader / 040 combo 007 coding for sound recording Note 100 field $e is repeatable for multiple relationships RDA Module - Practical Application

54 Music recording (CD) - MARC
$a Plain Jane / $c Chantal Kreviazuk. 264 # 1 $a Toronto : $b MapleMusic Recordings, $c [2009] 264 # 2 $a Markham, Ontario : $b Distributed by Universal Music, $c [2009] 264 # 4 $c ℗2009 300 ## $a 1 CD ; $c 12cm. 336 ## $a performed music $b prm $2 rdacontent 337 ## $a audio $b s $2 rdamedia 338 ## $a audio disc $b sd $2 rdacarrier 344 ## $a digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda 500 ## $a Songs and instrumental music. 500 ## $a Lyrics inserted in container. 505 ## $a Invincible -- Half of me -- Ordinary people days -- Today -- The way -- Plain Jane -- Say the word -- Kerosene lamp -- Halfway around the world -- Na miso. 508 0# $a Produced and engineered by: Raine Maida; assistant engineer: Dusty Schaller; digital editing: Raine Maida and Dusty Schaller. 264 separated out by indicators for publisher, distributor and copyright date. As noted earlier, the 264 field is especially helpful for a/v resources Content / media / carrier Performed music Audio Audio disc 344 Sound characteristic $a Type of recording = digital $b Recording medium = optical $g Configuration of playback channels = stereo RDA Module - Practical Application

55 Music recording (CD) - MARC
511 0# $a Piano, vocals, keyboards, synth bass: Chantal Kreviazuk; drums, percussion: Randy Cooke; bass guitar: Jon Button. 546 ## $a In English # $a Maida, Raine, $e producer # $a Cooke, Randy, $e instrumentalist # $a Button, Jon, $e instrumentalist. Note 700 fields $e relator RDA Module - Practical Application

56 Music recording (CD) - RDA
RDA ref RDA Element Data recorded Title proper Plain Jane Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Chantal Kreviazuk Place of publication Toronto Publisher’s name MapleMusic Recordings Date of publication [2009] Place of distribution Toronto, Ontario Distributor’s name Universal Music Date of distribution [2009] 2.11 Copyright date ℗ Mode of issuance single unit 2.15 Identifier for the manifestation MapleMusic Recordings: MRCD Media type audio 3.3 Carrier type audio disc 3.4 Extent 1 CD For an audio CD – preferred source of information RDA Other resources – label bearing title permanently printed on the resource Step 1: Identify the manifestation / item RDA elements Note that 2.15 identifier for manifestation is not only for ISBN or ISSN but also publisher assigned numbering Step 2: Record media and carrier Media = audio Carrier = audio disc RDA Module - Practical Application

57 Music recording (CD) - RDA
3.5 Dimensions 12 cm Type of recording digital Recording medium optical Configuration of playback channels stereo 6.9 Content type performed music 7.2 Nature of the content Songs and instrumental music 7.12 Language of the content In English 7.23 Performer, narrator, and/or presenter Piano, vocals, keyboards, synth bass: Chantal Kreviazuk; drums, percussion: Randy Cooke; bass guitar: Jon Button 7.24 Artistic or technical credit Produced and engineered by: Raine Maida; assistant engineer: Dusty Schaller; digital editing: Raine Maida and Dusty Schaller 17.8 Work manifested Kreviazuk, Chantal. Plain Jane 19.2 Creator Kreviazuk, Chantal 18.5 Relationship designator composer 3.16 fields relate back to new MARC field 344 (sound characteristics) [No step 3 in this record: acquisition and access information] [No step 4 in this record: Identify the work / expression] Step 5: Describe the content RDA elements Expanded section to include performers and credits Group 2 relationships Step 6: Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item 17.8 indicate work Step 7: Record the relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body 19.2 Creator is Kreviazuk, Chantal Relationship designator “composer” is taken from RDA Appendix I.2.1 Relationship designators for creators RDA Module - Practical Application

58 Music recording (CD) - RDA
19.3 Other person, family or corporate body associated with a work Maida, Raine 18.5 Relationship designator producer 20.2 Contributor Kreviazuk, Chantal 18.5 Relationship designator singer 18.5 Relationship designator instrumentalist 20.2 Contributor Cooke, Randy 20.2 Contributor Button, Jon Group 2 relationships (continued) 19.3 Other person, family or corporate body associated with a work Maida, Raine 18.5 Relationship designator “producer” taken from RDA Appendix I.2.2 Relationship designators for other persons, families or corporate bodies associated with a work RDA element 20.2 Contributor linked to resource at level of expression Relationship designators taken from RDA Appendix I.3.1 Relationship designators for contributors Note element 18.5 relationship designator is repeatable for multiple relationships RDA Module - Practical Application

59 Music recording (CD) - RDA
25.1 Related work Invincible -- Half of me -- Ordinary people days – Today -- The way -- Plain Jane -- Say the word -- Kerosene lamp -- Halfway around the world -- Na miso 24.5 Relationship designator (contains) work 25.1 Related work Lyrics inserted in container Step 8: Record relationships between resource and work, expression, manifestation and item RDA element 25.1 Related work for contents and lyrics RDA Module - Practical Application

60 RDA Module - Practical Application
Music recording - CD Questions Quiz RDA Module - Practical Application

61 RDA Module - Practical Application
Map - MARC Leader 06 e Leader 07 m Leader 18 i Leader 19 # e eng 034 1# $a a $b $d W $e W $f N $g N # $a a $b $d W $e W $f N $g N ## $a CaONFJC|cCaONFJC|erda|dCaONFJC|dCaOOCC 041 0# $a eng $a fre 043 ## $a nwmq--- $a nwgp ## $a ## $a # $a International Travel Maps (Firm) Leader / 040 coding for RDA record Standard MARC fields for map cataloguing 034 Coded cartographic mathematical data 052 Geographic classification (area codes) RDA Module - Practical Application

62 RDA Module - Practical Application
Map - MARC $a International travel maps, Martinique & Guadeloupe = $b Cartes de voyage internationale, Guadeloupe & Martinque / $c International Travel Maps ; cartography by Andrew Alfred-Duggan ; editing by Stefanie Siegmund ; Lan Joyce, editor in chief $a Cartes de voyage internationale, Guadeloupe & Martinique $a Martinique & Guadeloupe $a Guadeloupe & Martinique $a ITMB Martinique & Guadeloupe $a Martinique ITM islandmap $a Martinique, Antilles françaises $a Guadeloupe ITM islandmap $a Guadeloupe, Antilles françaises 250 ## $a 1st edition 255 ## $a Scale 1:65,000 $c (W 61º10'--W 60º50'/N 14º50'--N 14º20'). 255 ## $a Scale 1:100,000 $c (W 61º55'--W 61º00'/N 16º30'--N 15º55'). Lots of 246 Varying form of title entries 250 note that edition is not abbreviated 255 Cartographic mathematical data RDA Module - Practical Application

63 RDA Module - Practical Application
Map - MARC 264 #1 $a Richmond, British Columbia : $b ITMB Publishing Limited, $c [2009] 264 #4 $c ©2009 300 ## $a 2 maps on 1 sheet : $b both sides, colour ; $c on sheet 100 x 66 cm, folded to 25 x 11 cm. 336 ## $a cartographic image $b cri $2 rdacontent 337 ## $a unmediated $b n $2 rdamedia 338 ## $a sheet $b nb $2 rdacarrier 500 ## $a Relief shown by contours, gradient tints and spot heights; depths shown by bathymetric tints. 500 ## $a Inset maps: Fort-de-France -- Saint-Martin -- Saint-Barthélemy -- Pointe-à-Pitre. 500 ## $a Includes text, colour illustrations and indexes. ## $a 1. Martinique Guadeloupe. 546 ## $a Panel, title and legend in English and French. 588 ## $a Panel title. 264 separated out for publisher and copyright date Content / media / carrier coded for a sheet map Cartographic image Unmediated Sheet Reminder: links for MARC code lists for content, media, carrier will be given at the end of the slides RDA Module - Practical Application

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Map - MARC 700 1# $a Duggan, Andrew, $d 1968, $e cartographer # $a Joyce, Lan, $e editor # $a Siegmund, Stefanie, $e editor # $a ITMB Publishing Limited. 700 field, $e Note use of term cartographer RDA Module - Practical Application

65 RDA Module - Practical Application
Map - RDA RDA ref RDA Element Data recorded Title proper International travel maps, Martinique & Guadeloupe Parallel title Cartes de voyage internationale, Guadeloupe & Martinique Variant title Martinique & Guadeloupe Variant title Guadeloupe & Martinique Variant title ITMB Martinique & Guadeloupe Variant title Martinique ITM islandmap Variant title Martinique, Antilles françaises Variant title Guadeloupe ITM islandmap Variant title Guadeloupe, Antilles françaises Statement of responsibility relating to title proper International Travel Maps (Firm) to title proper cartography by Andrew Alfred-Duggan This is our last record Step 1: Identify the manifestation / item RDA elements – 2.4.2 RDA Module - Practical Application

66 RDA Module - Practical Application
Map - RDA 2.4.2 Statement of responsibility relating to title proper editing by Stefanie Siegmund Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Lan Joyce, editor in chief Edition statement 1st edition Place of publication Richmond, British Columbia Publisher’s name ITMB Publishing Limited Date of publication [2011] 2.11 Copyright date © Mode of issuance single unit Note on title source Panel title 3.2 Media type unmediated 3.3 Carrier type sheet 3.4 Extent 2 maps on 1 sheet 3.5 Dimensions 100 x 66 cm, folded to 25 x 11 cm 3.11 Layout Both sides Note on title source important for sheet maps Step 2: Record media and carrier type Note in maps, this section may include more detail: 3.4 Extent 3.5 Dimensions 3.11 Layout RDA Module - Practical Application

67 RDA Module - Practical Application
Map - RDA Details of layout of cartographic images 4 inset maps: Fort-de-France, Saint-Martin, Saint- Barthélemy, Point-à-Pitre 6.9 Content type cartographic image 7.12 Language of the content Panel, title and legend in English and French 7.15 Illustrative content Illustrations 7.16 Supplementary content Includes indexes 7.17 Colour content Colour Longitude and latitude W 61º10'--W 60º50'/N 14º50'--N 14º20' Longitude and latitude W 61º55'--W 61º00'/N 16º30'--N 15º55' Scale Scale 1:65, Scale Scale 1:100, Other details of cartographic content Relief shown by contours, gradient tints and spot heights; depths shown by bathymetric tints Even more detail included in RDA field Details of layout of cartographic images [No step 3: acquisition and access information] [No step 4: Identify the work / expression] Step 5: Describe content More content detail relating to maps RDA element Longitude and latitude RDA element Scale RDA element Other details of cartographic content RDA Module - Practical Application

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Map - RDA 17.8 Work manifested International Travel Maps (Firm). International travel maps, Martinique & Guadeloupe 19.2 Creator International Travel Maps (Firm) 18.5 Relationship designator cartographer 19.2 Creator Duggan, Andrew 20.2 Contributor Joyce, Lan 18.5 Relationship designator editor 20.2 Contributor Siegmund, Stefanie 21.3 Publisher ITMB Publishing Ltd. Group 2: relationships Step 6: Record primary relationships between work, expression, manifestation and item 17.8 Work manifested Step 7: Record relationships between resource and person / family / corporate body Cartographer is a term from RDA Appendix I.2.1 Relationship designators for creators 20.2 / 18.5 Relationship designator Contributor is linked at the level of expression RDA Appendix I.3.1 Relationship designators for contributors Publisher in element 21.3 [No step 8 in this record: record relationships between resource and works, expressions, manifestations and items] RDA Module - Practical Application

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Map Questions Quiz RDA Module - Practical Application

70 Recommended resources: MARC code lists
MARC code list for relators Term and code list for RDA content types Term and code list for RDA media types Term and code list for RDA carrier types Can also consult MARC 21 manual – all RDA MARC fields mentioned today are valid MARC fields RDA Module - Practical Application

71 Recommended resources: more examples of RDA cataloguing
Pan-Canadian Working Group on Cataloguing with RDA: modules (See module Practical application) Joint Steering Committee: complete examples for RDA Toolkit Library of Congress documentation for the RDA test: examples for RDA Note Pan-Canadian RDA examples – 90 page Word file so lots of examples some of which have been used in this presentation RDA Module - Practical Application

72 Recommended resources: implementation guidelines
Library of Congress Program for Cooperative Cataloguing Look for section: “Post RDA implementation guidelines and standards” Extremely useful information on both RDA name authority records and bibliographic description Including: 264 field PCC guidelines, CONSER checklist for serials, Guides for editing RDA bib records RDA Module - Practical Application

73 Recommended resources: updates
RDA in MARC: summary of additions. October 2012 Joint Steering Committee for the Development of RDA: News and announcements RDA Toolkit: what’s new Note: check top link to make sure have the most current version RDA Module - Practical Application

74 Recommended resources: RDA Workflows
Visit RDA Toolkit Select “Tools” from the tabs on left side Workflows → Global workflows Look for “Pan-Canadian” set of RDA workflows Have fun testing them out! If time, show workflows in Toolkit Workflows are a very useful resource for training You will need to create a user profile in Toolkit to create / edit workflows Useful feature: copy existing workflows so you don’t have to recreate all the linking for your internal documentation Workflows can be edited and annotated for internal needs Display can be set to personal / local / global Note that Pan-Canadian workflows are for RDA records (not RDA MARC) RDA Module - Practical Application

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