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1 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. AACR2 Revisions 2002: Chapter 3, Cartographic Materials An Online Training Presentation from the Cataloging Policy Committee (CAPC) of the Online Audiovisual Catalogers, Inc. (OLAC) in cooperation with the Map and Geography Round Table (MAGERT) of the American Library Association

2 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Introduction Amendments 2002 to the Anglo-American cataloguing rules includes a revision of Chapter 3, the chapter for the description of Cartographic Materials. Changes include the addition of information on how to describe the mathematical elements for electronic cartographic materials.

3 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Introduction This online training presentation was developed under the sponsorship of the Cataloging Policy Committee of the Online Audiovisual Catalogers to introduce catalogers to the new rules for describing cartographic materials. The presentation describes all of the changes in the rules and discusses What’s the same What’s differentand What this means for cataloging practice

4 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Highlights 1.1C1. General material designation: new GMD [cartographic material] 3.3A3 is entirely new and describes ordering of material specific details How to record details of digital cartographic materials Clarification of “Scale not given,” “Scales differ,” and “Scale indeterminable” 3.7B8 New section added for detailed projection and grid information

5 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.0 Scope Terminology changes: “Nautical” replaces “navigational.” “Map sections” are now simply called “Sections.” (For more information see: Glossary: Changed Terms)Glossary: Changed Terms

6 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.1 Title and Statement of Responsibility Area The minor changes in this section are to correct errors and inconsistencies with other rules.

7 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.1B3 Title Proper What’s the same: If the chief source has titles in multiple languages, choose the predominant language as the title proper as instructed in 1.1B8. If the choice is not clear, choose the most comprehensive title.

8 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.1B3 Title Proper What’s been added: Record the other titles in a note if considered important (see 3.7B4). Give the source of the title proper in a note if considered to be important (see 3.7B3).

9 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.1F2 Statements of Responsibility Example is corrected: Old version: Maps of the Mid-west [GMD] / [edited by] D.M. Bagley. New version: Maps of the Mid-west [GMD] / [compiled by] D.M. Bagley.

10 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.2 Edition Area No changes.

11 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3 Mathematical and Other Material Specific Details Area What’s the same: Basic statement of scale and coordinates and how to determine them What’s different: Covers type and extent of resource How to record details of cartographic materials, especially digital cartographic materials Numbering related to serials Former Area name: Mathematical Data Area

12 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3 What’s Different? Clarification on how to deal with maps of more than one scale Clarification on using “Scale not given” Option to use decimal degrees Option to use closed polygon coordinates Digital graphic representation Some text is the same, but the rule has been assigned a different number

13 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3A Preliminary Rule 3.3A1 includes additions to punctuation to accommodate multiple specific details (for example, electronic aspects) 3.3A3 is entirely new and describes ordering of material specific details: Mathematical data (Scale, projection, coordinates), type and extent of resource (electronic data), digital graphic representation (Raster, vector, or point), then numbering related to serials.

14 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3A Example of Order of Scale Data Scale 1:250,000 ; Mercator proj. (E —E /S 9 0 —S 29 0 ). – Electronic data. – Raster : pixel. – 1966-

15 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3B Statement of Scale 3.3B1: If no scale can be determined by finding the representative fraction on the piece or an outside source, converting a verbal scale statement on the piece or an outside source, or comparing to a bar graph or grid on the piece, use “Scale not given”

16 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3B1 Option Estimating the scale by comparing the cartographic material to one of known scale is now an option instead of a requirement. If unable to determine scale using this method, use “Scale indeterminable.” LC will not apply this option.

17 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3B1 Scale on Electronic Materials For electronic cartographic materials, give the scale if the resource has a scale statement or if there is a scale statement as part of the title proper or other title information. If not, state “Scale not given”

18 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3B4 Differing Scales If the main maps in a cartographic item have different scales, state “Scales differ” (Do not use “Scales vary”) Option, part (a): if either the projection or the coordinates, or both, are also different, give a separate scale statement for each main cartographic item. LCRI: if there are two scales, give each. If there are more than two, use “Scales differ” Example: Scale 1:50,000 (W ’—W ’/N ’—N ’). – Scale 1:250,000 (W ’—W ’/N ’—N ’)

19 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3B4 Differing Scales (Continued) Option, part (b): if the item has two or more scales and the projection and coordinates are the same, give the scales in one scale statement. IF there is more than one title give the scales in the same order as the titles. If there is only a collective title give the largest scale first LC will NOT apply this option

20 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3B5 Not Drawn to Scale If the item is not drawn to scale, state: Not drawn to scale. Do NOT estimate a scale in this case.

21 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3B6 Nonlinear Scales If you have cartographic material with a nonlinear scale (for example, a star map), give the statement of scale only if the information appears on the item. If no scale statement is found, state “Scale not given.” What’s different – instructions for “scale not given” made explicit

22 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3B7 3D Materials Give the vertical scale after the horizontal scale if the information can be determined. What’s different: this rule now includes two-dimensional representations of three- dimensional items

23 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3C Statement of Projection 3.3C2 Option for giving phrases associated with the projection statement to show a meridian statement: Transverse Mercator proj., central meridian ’30”E Information about ellipsoids may be given in a note (3.7B8) LC will apply this option

24 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3D Statement of Coordinates and Equinox Option added to record coordinates in decimal degrees Use N, S, E, W – not pluses and minuses – to indicate direction from Greenwich and Equator LC will apply this option Example: (W —W /N —N )

25 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3D1 Closed Polygons When more precise indication of geographic coverage is desired, describe each closed polygon using a string of coordinate pairs List coordinate pairs in clockwise order, starting with the southeasternmost vertex of the polygon. In each pair, give longitude, followed by latitude and express each in degrees, minutes and seconds as appropriate to show the size of the area being described

26 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3D1 Closed Polygons Continued Each polygon's set of coordinates should be enclosed in parentheses; longitude and latitude should be separated by a slash; coordinate pairs within a string should be separated by space, semicolon, space Example: (W /N 32 0 ; W /N 33 0 ; W /N 35 0 ; W /N 43 0 ; W /N 42 0 ; W /N 39 0 ; W /N 34 0 ; W /N 32 0 )

27 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3D1 Closed Polygons Continued When an area within a polygon is excluded, list the coordinate pairs for excluded areas as instructed, only in a counterclockwise order LC will apply the option to use decimal degrees and polygons when the information is readily available

28 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3D2 Celestial Charts This rule has remained the same Give coordinates as right ascension and the declination of the centre of the item, or the northern and southern limits of its collective coverage Examples remain the same

29 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3E Type and Extent of Resource Give the type and extent of resource for the item as instructed in 9.3 Use one of the following: electronic data, electronic program(s), electronic data and program(s) Example: Scale not given (W —W93 0 /N 74 0 —N 69 0 ). – Electronic data

30 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3F Digital Graphic Representation For an electronic resource, IF THE INFORMATION IS READILY AVAILABLE, give the data type (raster, vector, point), the object type (point, line, polygon, pixel), the number of objects used to represent spatial information, and the format name. More details may be give in a note (see 3.7B8) This is MARC field 352

31 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3F Digital Representation Examples Point : point ; ASCII Raster : pixel (5,000 x 5,000) ; TIFF Vector ; Shape Vector : points, lines and polygons ; E00 Vector : network change Vector : point (13671), string (20171), GT- polygon composed of chains (13672) ; ARC/INFO export Vector ; MID/MIF

32 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.3G Numbering Related to Serials Give the numbering for the item as instructed in 12.3 Example: Scales differ. – Feb.28-Mar.6, 1983-Nov , 1984 Limited use. Due to the LCRI for 1.0, cartographic materials are generally cataloged as monographs.

33 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.4 Publication, Distribution, Etc., Area Content in 3.4 did not change. Because of changes in 1.4D, the publisher is spelled out in full.

34 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.4D Name of Publisher, Distributor, Etc. Example of “spelled out” publisher: Geological Survey (U.S.) Yuma West quadrangle, Arizona--California : $b 7.5 minute series (topographic) / $c produced by the United States Geological Survey. 260 [Reston, Va.] : $b U.S. Geological Survey ; $a Denver, Colo. : $b For sale by U.S. Geological Survey, $c [2003]

35 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.5 Physical Description Area What’s the same: Basic description of “standard” maps the same What’s different: Some past practices are now documented in the rules

36 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.5 Physical Description Area What does this mean for cataloging practice? The following are added to the list of information to be given: layout; production method; medium New example: 1 map : both sides, col. New example: 1 map : blueline print Option to give the medium to draw and color a manuscript LC will apply this option New example: 1 map : hand col. in ink

37 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time Note Area What’s the Same: The names and order of most of the rules for notes are the same. What’s Different: The content of several rules for notes has changed slightly. A few new examples have been added. One note has a new section: 3.7B8: Mathematical and other material specific details.

38 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B2. Language note What’s the Same: The text of the rule itself is the same. What’s Different: Fifth example is reworded to emphasize the language: In English, except for title and “La mer du Nord”

39 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B3. Source of title proper note What’s the Same: Make notes on source of title proper if other than chief source of information. What’s Different: The phrase “or if considered important” is added to the rule. One new example is added: Title from panel

40 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B3. Source of title proper note Electronic resources Always give source of title proper in a note for an electronic resource, either direct access or remote access.

41 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B8. Mathematical and other material specific details note What’s Different: Name of rule changed from “Mathematical and other cartographic data” New example added for ellipsoid (ellipsoid information previously optional under 3.3C2, now to be given in a note) New section added for detailed projection and grid information Mainly found in 342 and 343 fields Punctuation and display constants prescribed here not yet in MARC21

42 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B8. New items for note If the information is readily available… Give horizontal coordinate system. Geographic system, or map projection, or grid coordinate system Give name of geodetic datum. Give vertical coordinate system if applicable (e.g., for digital elevation models)

43 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B8. Punctuation prescribed Enclose each set of projection or ellipsoid parameters in parentheses. Separate the multiple parameters by space, semicolon, space. Precede secondary/related reference method by a colon, space.

44 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B8. Mathematical and other material specific details note MARC21 places this information in two fields in area 3: 342 Geospatial reference data 343 Planar coordinate data See also FGDC metadata, section 4: Spatial Reference Information, at

45 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B8. Problem AACR2 examples show display constants preceding colons: Projection: Lambert conformal conic (standard parallels: 38.3 ; 39.4 ; longitude of central meridian: -77 ; latitude of projection origin: ; false easting: ; false northing: 0) MARC21 examples show no display constants and little punctuation: $a Polyconic $g $h0 $i 500,000 $j0 MARBI will need to address this. Stay tuned…

46 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B8. Mathematical and other material specific details note For electronic resources: Give digital graphic representation data not already included in Mathematical and Other Material Specific Details Area. Distributed as a Zip file Topology level 2

47 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. 3.7B10. Physical description note What’s different: Rule reworded concerning photocopies: If the item is a photo reproduction and the general term (photocopy) is used in the physical description, give the generic name of the process, if likely to affect use of the item (e.g., if it is a blueline print). Three examples eliminated: Printed on both sides of sheet (see 3.5C2) Photocopy (see 3.5C3) Photocopy, negative

48 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Other useful notes for electronic resources Restrictions on Access (506) Data Quality (514) Summary, Etc. (520) Terms Governing Use and Reproduction (540) Entity and Attribute Information (552) Electronic Location and Access (856)

49 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Electronic location and access (856) May be used to link to— Metadata at producer’s Web site Files mounted on server FTP site for downloading Files or data in other formats LC Guidelines for the Use of Field 856

50 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Glossary: Changed Terms Chart (Cartography): Previously a see reference to “Map,” now has its own definition: A map designed primarily for navigation through water, air, or space. See also Map. Cartographic material: One small change to definition: the word navigational has been changed to nautical, referring to charts. Map: A see also reference to “Chart (Cartography)” has been added.

51 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide |a Maps of the Mid-west |h [GMD] / |c [edited by] D.M. Bagley |a Maps of the Mid-west |h [GMD] / |c [compiled by] D.M. Bagley.

52 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide |a a |b |d E |e E |f S |g |a Scale 1:250,000 ; |b Mercator proj. |c (E —E /S 9 0 —S 29 0 ) 256 |a Electronic data. 352 |a Raster : |b pixel |a 1966-

53 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide |a a |b |d W |e W |f N |g N |a a |b |d W |e W |f N |g N |a Scale 1:50,000 |c (W ’—W ’/N ’—N ’). 255 |a Scale 1:250,000 |c (W ’—W ’/N ’—N ’)

54 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide |b Transverse Mercator proj., central meridian ’30”E

55 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide 24 (not yet implemented) 034 |d W |e W |f N |g N |c (W —W /N — N )

56 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide ( |f W /N 32 0 ; |f W /N 33 0 ; |f W /N 35 0 ; |f W /N 43 0 ; |f W /N 42 0 ; |f W /N 39 0 ; |f W /N 34 0 ; |f W /N 32 0 )

57 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide |a a |d W |e W |f N |g N Scale not given |c (W — W93 0 /N 74 0 —N 69 0 ). 256 Electronic data

58 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide Point : |b point ; ASCII 352 Raster : |b pixel (5,000 x 5,000) ; TIFF 352 Vector ; |b Shape 352 Vector : |b points, lines and polygons ; E Vector : |b network change 352 Vector : |b point |c (13671), string (20171), GT-polygon composed of chains (13672) ; ARC/INFO export 352 Vector ; |b MID/MIF

59 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide Scales differ Feb.28-Mar.6, 1983-Nov , 1984

60 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Appendix: Examples with MARC Tagging Slide |a 1 map : |b both sides, col. 300 |a 1 map : |b blueline print 300 |a 1 map : |b hand col. in ink

61 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. A Presentation by the OLAC CAPC Chapter 3 Task Force This online training presentation is a result of the collaborative work of the members of the Task Force: Rebecca L. Lubas, Chair, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Nancy Holcomb, Cornell University Kay G. Johnson, University of Tennessee Susan Moore, University of Northern Iowa We wish to thank Mary Larsgaard of UCSB, Paige Andrew of Penn State, and OLAC’s Cataloging Policy Committee for their comments on drafts of this presentation. Thanks also to Steven Miller, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, editor of the Chapter 9 presentation for formatting ideas.

62 Copyright © 2003 Online Audiovisual Catalogers. THIS RESOURCE WAS ARCHIVED IN JUNE 2008 AND MAY NOT REFLECT CURRENT PRACTICE OR THINKING. No newer version is available at this time. Comments and Feedback Please send comments or questions about this online training presentation to: Iris Wolley, Chair, OLAC Cataloging Policy Committee: Or: Rebecca L. Lubas, Bibliographic Access Services, MIT:


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