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1 Christee Pascale, Associate Head, Metadata & Cataloging Jacquie Samples, Continuing & Electronic Resources Librarian North Carolina State University Libraries September 8-10, 2010 RDA Training: Day Two

2 Day Two Program Sources of Information Identifier for the Manifestation Title Proper and Statement of Responsibility Content, Media, and Carrier Types Designation of Edition Publication Statement and Copyright Date Extent, Illustrative Content (etc.) and Dimensions

3 Sources of Information RDA 2.2

4 What Am I Cataloging (RDA 1.5) How am I going to describe the piece? Comprehensive description: the whole Analytical description: a part or parts How is the piece issued? RDA = Mode of Issuance Single unit item Item issued in more than one part Resource that updates Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

5 Is New Description Needed? Changes requiring a new description (RDA 1.6): Change in mode of issuance Change in media type Change in edition statement – serials and integrating resources Re-basing of an integrating resource Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

6 Do I Have a Reproduction? Catalog the reproduction RDA not a change from AACR2 as written but is a change from current U.S. practice Catalog the original and give information about the reproduction (i.e., continue current U.S. practice) Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

7 Sources of Information Preferred source (not “chief source”) Fewer categories for sources in RDA 2.2: #1: Pages, leaves, etc., or images of pages … #2: Moving images #3: All other resources More than one preferred source Use the first occurring source Other sources of information Resources lacking a source of information Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

8 Basis for Identifying the Resource (RDA 2.1) Depends on type of description (comprehensive, etc.) Depends on mode of issuance Depends on number of parts Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

9 Item issued as a single unit Choose a source of information identifying the resource as a whole If there is no source of information identifying the resource as a whole, treat the sources of information identifying its individual contents as a collective source of information for the resource as a whole Example: a single videodisc containing multiple feature films but with no source of information identifying the resource as a whole

10 Resource issued in more than one part For a resource issued in more than one part, choose one of the following: If the issues or parts are sequentially numbered, choose a source of information identifying the lowest numbered issue or part available If the issues or parts are unnumbered or not sequentially numbered, choose a source of information identifying the issue or part with the earliest date of issue Example: a series of scientific treatises, a periodical

11 Integrating Resources For an integrating resource choose a source of information identifying the current iteration of the resource as a whole. If there is no source of information identifying the current iteration of the integrating resource as a whole, treat the sources of information identifying the current iteration of its individual contents as a collective source of information for the current iteration as a whole. Examples: updating Web site, updating loose-leaf

12 Identifier for the Manifestation Core Element, RDA 2.15

13 Identifier for the Manifestation Core element RDA 2.15 RDA Translation: Record the standard numbers – no change from AACR2 (e.g., ISBN, ISSN, URN)

14 Title Proper RDA 2.3 (Title Proper)

15 Title Elements AACR2RDA In AACR2 second level description (1.0D2) the following elements are required: Title proper Parallel title Other title information In RDA: Only title proper is a core element (RDA 1.3) Other titles are optional NCSU practice is to follow LC Core+: other titles are core Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

16 Title Proper A title is a word, character, or group of words and/or characters that names a resource or a work contained in it (RDA ) Sources: Preferred source of information: RDA If no title within the resource: RDA Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

17 Title Proper Transcription RDA Transcribe a title as it appears on the source of information. Apply the general guidelines on transcription given under RDA 1.7 Transcribe an element as it appears on the source of information following the general guidelines on capitalization, punctuation, symbols, abbreviations, etc. (RDA ) Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

18 Example: Transcribing Title Proper AACR2 and RDA LC Core A Chinese bestiary : $b strange creatures from the guideways through mountains and seas = Shan hai jing / $c edited and translated with commentary by Richard E. Strassberg. RDA Core A Chinese bestiary / $c edited and translated with commentary by Richard E. Strassberg. Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

19 Inaccuracies in Title proper When instructed to transcribe an element as it appears on the source of information, transcribe an inaccuracy or a misspelled word as it appears on the source, except where instructed otherwise (RDA 1.7.9) Apply principle of representation: Do not correct errors for monographs No longer using “[sic]” or “[i.e., ____]” Give correction as variant title using cataloger’s judgment Do correct errors for serials and integrating resources Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

20 Inaccuracies in Title Proper … Examples Monograph: 245 $a Teusday’s tasks 246 $i Corrected title: $a Tuesday’s tasks Serial: 245 $a Zoology studies 246 $i Misspelled title on title page: $a Zooology studies Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

21 Transcription of Certain Punctuation AACR2RDA Replaces “…” with “–” Replace “[]” with “()” Transcribe punctuation as it appears on the piece AACR Ein Spatz in der Hand– : $b Sachgeschichten RDA, LC Core Ein Spatz in der Hand … : $b Sachgeschichten Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

22 Parallel Titles In AACR2 second level descriptions, we give the first parallel title and any subsequent one in English (1.1D2) In RDA, parallel titles are NOT core. They may be recorded but they are not required NCSU RDA Test Local Practice: Required LC Core+ element (if applicable): transcribe in record for RDA Test Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

23 Other Title Information In AACR2 second level descriptions, we give all other title information (1.0D2) In RDA, other title information is NOT core It may be recorded, but it is not required NCSU RDA Test Local Practice: Required LC Core+ element (if applicable): transcribe in record for RDA Test Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

24 Statement of Responsibility RDA 2.4 (Statement of Responsibility)

25 Statement of Responsibility … Title Proper Sources: RDA Same source as title proper Another source within the resource Another source: RDA General guidelines: RDA Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

26 Statement of Responsibility … Title Proper Core RDA 2.4.2: “A statement associated with the title proper of a resource that relates to the identification and/or function of any persons, families, or corporate bodies responsible for the creation of, or contributing to the realization of, the intellectual or artistic content of the resource” If more than one, only the first recorded is required Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

27 More Than One Statement of Responsibility … Example by F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald selected by Scottie Fitzgerald Smith and Matthew J.Bruccoli with a foreword by Scottie Fitzgerald Smith prepared by members of the AIAA Technical Committees on Space Systems and Space Atmosphere Physics edited by Arthur Henderson, Jr., and Jerry Grey ABC News producer and writer, James Benjamin director, Al Niggemeyer director, Dan Bessie writer, Phyllis Harvey animation, B. Davis editor, I. Dryer

28 Statement of Responsibility … Title Proper Single statement naming more than one person, family, or corporate body Transcribe as found (no longer the AACR2 “rule of 3”) Option: transcribe first name and give bracketed summary about information not transcribed (RDA ) Related action: how many access points for those persons, families, bodies Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

29 Statement of Responsibility Example 245 $a … / $c by Susan Brown, Melanie Carlson, Stephen Lindell, Kevin Ott, and Janet Wilson. Or, if option applied: 245 $a … / $c by Susan Brown [and four others]. No longer using “[et al.]” Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

30 Information in Statements of Responsibility RDA : transcribe as found; do not omit: titles of nobility, address, honour, etc. initials of societies, dates of founding, mottoes, etc. but, an option to abridge a statement of responsibility if essential information not lost (RDA Optional Omission) Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

31 Statement of Responsibility Other Title Information Example $a Law of war deskbook / $c authors: LTC Jeff A. Bovarnick, JA, USA, LtCol J. Porter Harlow, USMC, CDR Trevor A. Rusch, JAGC, USN, MAJ Christopher R. Brown, JA, USANG, Maj J. Jeremy Marsh, USAF, MAJ Gregory S. Musselman, JA, USA, MAJ Shane R. Reeves, JA, USA. Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

32 Content, Media and Carrier Types RDA 3.2 (Media Type) RDA 3.3 (Carrier Type) RDA 6.9 (Content Type)

33 Content, Media and Carrier Types Replaces GMD (General Material Designation) Use controlled vocabulary – “closed” Represented by MARC 336, 337, 338 Core Content Type Carrier Type

34 Content Type Core RDA 6.9 “fundamental form of communication in which the content is expressed and the human sense through which it is intended to be perceived” “For content expressed in the form of an image or images, content type also reflects the number of spatial dimensions in which the content is intended to be perceived and the perceived presence or absence of movement. ” RDA translated: How is the content expressed and which human sense is used? Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 4.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

35 Content Type MARC field 336 $a: content type term $2: if term in $a is from RDA 6.9, give “rdacontent” $3: content type materials specified - give if appropriate can repeat field or can repeat subfield $a if all terms are from vocabulary in subfield $2 “Closed” controlled vocabulary examples: Text Two-dimensional moving image Spoken word Computer program

36 Media Type Not Core RDA : “Categorization reflecting the general type of intermediation device required to view, play, run, etc., the content of a resource.” RDA translated: Equipment required to access the content of the resource MARC 337 “Closed” controlled vocabulary examples: Computer Microform Unmediated Video

37 Carrier type Core RDA 3.3.1: “Categorization reflecting the format of the storage medium housing of a carrier in combination with the type of intermediation device required to view, play, run, etc., the content of a resource.” RDA translated: Format of the storage medium required to access content

38 Carrier Type MARC field 338 $a: carrier type term $2: if term in $a is from RDA 3.3, give “rdacarrier” $3: carrier type materials specified - give if appropriate can repeat field or can repeat subfield $a if all terms are from vocabulary in subfield $2 “Closed” controlled vocabulary

39 Carrier Type Controlled Vocabulary (Partial List) Audio carriers audio disc audiocassette Computer carriers computer disc online resource Microform carriers microfiche microfilm reel microfilm roll Projected image carriers flimstrip slide Unmediated carriers sheet volume Video Carriers videocassette videodisc

40 Extent, Content, Media & Carrier Type Examples Book 300 $a 123 pages, 28 unnumbered pages 336 $a text $2 rdacontent 337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia 338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier Online PDF 300 $a 1 online resource (39 pages) 336 $a text $2 rdacontent 337 $a computer $2 rdamedia 338 $a online resource $2 rdacarrier DVD 300 $a 1 DVD 336 $a two-dimensional moving object $2 rdacontent 337 $a video $2 rdamedia 338 $a video disc $2 rdacarrier Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

41 Extent, Content and Carrier Type Examples (continued) Printed textual serial not yet complete No 300 field 336 $a text $2 rdacontent 337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia 338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier Website (with maps, text and photographs) 300 $a 1 online resource 336 $a text $2 rdacontent 336 $a cartographic image $2 rdacontent 336 $a still image $2 rdacontent 337 $a computer $2 rdamedia 338 $a online resource $2 rdacarrier Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

42 Carrier, Media Content Type Field Encoding There are two ways to encode Carrier, Media and Content data: 1. Repeat field 2. Repeat subfield $a (if all terms are from vocabulary in subfield $2) For the RDA Test, LC and NCSU prefer option #1

43 Content, Media and Carrier Type Field Encoding Examples Book with photographs 1. Repeating Fields (preferred encoding method for RDA test): 336 $a text $2 rdacontent 336 $a still image $2 rdacontent 338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier 2. Repeating Subfields 336 $a text $a still image $2 rdacontent 338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier

44 Designation of Edition and … Named Revision of an Edition RDA 2.5

45 Designation of Edition Sources for Designation of edition: Core Same source as title proper Another source within the resource Another source: RDA Sources for Named revision: Core Same source as Designation of edition Another source within the resource Another source: RDA Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

46 Designation of Edition Transcribe as found: do not abbreviate or convert numerals 250 $a Third revised edition 250 $a 2 nd enlarged ed., revised Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

47 Edition Statement Example AACR2 250 $a 4th ed. / $b revised by author. RDA 250 $a The fourth edition / $b revised by the author. Maxwell, Robert. “RDA in Depth.” PDF file.

48 Publication Statement and Copyright Date RDA 2.8 (Publication Statement) RDA 2.11 (Copyright Date)

49 Place of Publication Core element RDA If more than one place is listed, only the first is recorded is required No “home country” provision Supply probable place whenever possible Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

50 Supplying a Place of Publication Known local place [Toronto] Probable local place [Munich?] [Goteborg?, Sweden] Known country, state, etc. [Canada] Probable country, state, etc. [United States?] [California?] Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

51 Place of Publication … AACR2 vs. RDA 1. If no probable place, give “[Place of publication not identified]” – not “[S.l.]” 2. Do not supply higher jurisdiction for found local place 3. Do not correct fictitious or incorrect information; make a note to explain Give probable information in brackets

52 Place of Publication Examples 260 $a London On resource: London -- New York – Boston 260 $a Red Oak [Iowa] 260 $a [Place of publication not identified] 260 $a Minneapolis 500 $a Actually published in St. Paul. Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

53 Why Supply a Place of Publication? Place of publication is an RDA Core Element Place of distribution is Core If Place of publication is unknown Place of manufacture is Core If Place of publication and Place of manufacture are unknown One of these three elements must be in the RDA record Even if you still give the phrase “[Place of ____ not identified]” This creates a cascade effect Supplying a place of publication is, in most cases, more efficient than going through the process of looking for a place of manufacture or distribution

54 Publisher Name Core element RDA If more than one, only the first recorded is required Do not shorten the form of name -- can omit corporate hierarchy If no publisher identified, give “[publisher not identified]” – not “[s.n.]” Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

55 Publisher Name Examples 260 $b J.J. Wilson Publishing Company not: 260 $b Wilson Pub. Co. 260 $b Humanities Association, Renaissance Literature Section on source: Humanities Association, Literature Division, Renaissance Literature Section 260 $a Denver : $b Pilkington Pub. Co. on source: Denver -- Pilkington Pub. Co. Houston -- Davidson Publishers 260 $b [publisher not identified] Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

56 Date of Publication Core element RDA If no publication date on resource, supply a probable date whenever possible If no probable date (very rare) for single-part monographs, give “[date of publication not identified]” No longer using “ca.” (approximately) with year Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

57 Supplying Dates Actual year known 260 $c [2010]. Either one of two consecutive years 260 $c [2009 or 2010]. Probable year 260 $c [2010?]. Probable range of years (“between ___ and ___?”) 260 $c [between 2008 and 2010?]. Earliest and/or latest possible date known (“not before,” “not after,” or “between ___ and ___”) 260 $c [not after January 15, 2010]. Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

58 Copyright Date Core If Core if neither the date of publication nor date of distribution is identified Preceded by: copyright symbol (©) phonogram symbol ( ℗ ) The words “copyright” or “phonogram” if symbol cannot be reproduced RDA : “If the resource has multiple copyright dates that apply to various aspects (e.g., text, sound, graphics), record only the latest copyright date. Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

59 Copyright Date Examples 260 $a [Des Moines?] : $b Iowa Department of Transportation, $c [date of publication not identified], © On source: Published by Iowa Department of Transportation, ©2009, 2010 printing No distribution information 260 $a Chicago : $b ELC Publishers, $c [date of publication not identified],  On disc label: ELC Publishers, Chicago,  2010 No distribution information Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

60 Place of Distribution, Distributor Name and Date of Distribution Core If Core for a published resource if place of publication, publisher and date of publication not identified and distribution information is on the resource RDA 2.9.2, 2.9.4, Same conventions apply as with Place of publication, Publisher and Date of publication If more than one, only the first named is required Do not shorten distributor name – corporate hierarchy can be omitted Can add designation of function, e.g. “[distributor]” Supply probable date if necessary If no probable place, name or date of distribution can be supplied, record: “[Place of distribution not identified]” – not “[s.l.]” “[distributor not identified]” “[date of distribution not identified]” Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

61 Place of manufacture, Manufacturer Name and Date of Manufacture Core If Core for a published resource if neither place of publication, publisher and date of publication or place of distribution, distributor and date of distribution is identified and manufacture information is on the resource RDA , , Same conventions apply as with Place of publication, Publisher and Date of publication If more than one, only the first named is required Do not shorten manufacturer name – corporate hierarchy can be omitted Supply probable date if necessary If no probable place, manufacturer or date can be supplied, record: “[Place of manufacture not identified]” – not “[S.l.]” in MARC 260 $e “[manufacturer not identified]” – not “[s.n.]” in MARC 260 $f “[date of manufacture not identified]” in MARC 260 $g Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

62 Distribution Examples 260 $a Chicago : $b [publisher not identified] ; $b RD Distributors, $c On title page: Chicago, 2009 On title page verso: RD Distributors, Evanston 260 $a [Place of publication not identified] : $b [publisher not identified] ; $a Boston : $b KL, Inc. [distributor], $c On jewel box: Published in 2010 and distributed by KL, Inc. in Boston and Ottawa

63 Distribution Examples, Continued 260 $a Omaha, Nebraska : $b Means Pub. Co., $c [date of publication not identified], $c On title page: Means Pub. Co., Omaha, Nebraska On title page verso: 2009 distribution 260 $a [United States] : $b Rand McNally, $c [date of publication not identified], $c On map panel: Published by Rand McNally; distributed in the U.S. by WM Services, 2010

64 Manufacture Examples 260 $a [Place of publication not identified] : $b International Group, $c 2009 $e (New York). On source: Published 2009 by the International Group; 2009 printing, Johnson Graphics, New York and Buenos Aires. No distribution information available 260 $a Boston : $b [publisher not identified], $c 2010 $f (Kinsey Printing Company). On score: Published in Boston, 2010; Cambridge -- Kinsey Printing Company No distribution information

65 Manufacture Examples, Continued 260 $a [Place of publication not identified] : $b [publisher not identified], $c 2009 $e (Arlington, VA : $f B. Ross Printing). On photograph: Published 2009; printed by B. Ross Printing (Arlington, VA), May 2009 No distribution information 260 $a [Place of publication not identified] : $b [publisher not identified], $c [date of publication not identified] $e (London $f ZZZ Printers, $g 2009). On source: Printed for distribution in Western Europe by ZZZ Printers (London, Zurich, and Vienna) in 2009

66 Extent, Illustrative Content (etc.) and Dimensions RDA 3.4, RDA 7.15, and RDA 3.5

67 Extent Core If Core if the resource is complete or if the total extent is known Incomplete serial record: Do not record a 300 field in record (RDA ) RDA Language Unit: a physical or logical constituent of a resource (e.g. a volume Subunit: a physical or logical subdivision of a unit (e.g. a page of a volume) MARC 300 $a, $b and $c Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

68 Recording Extent No abbreviations for most terms Use: pages, volumes, sheets, illustrations, portraits, maps etc. Use “approximately” (not “ca.”) and “that is” (not “i.e.”) Use “unnumbered” rather than square brackets enclosing the numeral Changes in vocabulary for 300 $a: Use Carrier type terms (listed at RDA ) Computer disc for both computer disk and computer optical disc Tillet, Barbara B. and Judith A. Kuhagen. “RDA Test ‘Train the Trainer’ Module 3.” Microsoft Powerpoint file.

69 Comparison of Extent AACR2 300 $a xxiii, 554 p. : $b ill., map ; $c 24 cm. RDA 300 $a xxiii, 554 pages : $b illustrations, map ; $c 24 cm. AACR2 300 $a xv, 453 p., [16] p. of plates : $b ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; $c 24 cm. RDA 300 $a xv, 453 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates $b illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; $c 24 cm. Schiff, Adam L. “Changes from AACR2 to RDA: A Comparison of Examples.” PDF file.

70 Extent Examples Continued 300 $a 1 online resource (xxi, 123 pages) : $b illustrations. 300 $a 3 volumes (xx, 800 pages) : $b illustrations, maps. 300 $a 1 computer disc ; $c 4 3/4 in. 300 $a approximately 300 pages 300 $a 93 unnumbered pages 300 $a 1 volume (unpaged) 300 $a 27 pages, unnumbered leaves 300 $a 48, that is, 96 pages 300 $a xxiv, 179 pages (incomplete) 300 $a 1 game (1 board, 50 cards, 5 role cards, 2 dice) 300 $a 1 DVD

71 Recording Illustrative Content RDA $b No abbreviations for terms. Use: illustrations, not ill. maps (no change) portraits, not ports. Optional addition at to record the number of illustration if it can be readily ascertained Apply using cataloger’s judgment Examples: 48 illustrations, 100 maps, 1 form

72 Recording Other Types of Data in the 300 $b File characteristics Sound characteristic (RDA 3.16) Video Characteristic (RDA 3.18) Digital File Characteristic (RDA 3.19) Example: single density (not s.d.) Moving image characteristics Colour of Moving Image (RDA ) Example black and white (not b&w)

73 Recording Dimensions RDA 3.5 RDA : “Unless instructed otherwise, record dimensions in centimetres to the next whole centimetre up, using the metric symbol cm (e.g., if the height measures 17.2 centimetres, record 18 cm).” Represents no change from AACR2 except for recording CD and DVD measurements: NCSU Local Policy: Apply LCPS – record dimensions for discs in inches, not centimeters inches is abbreviated “in.” in accordance with RDA B.7

74 Recording the 300 Field – When To Use Abbreviations Instructions at RDA B.1 Dimensions (300 $c) in. for inch/inches: 4 3/4 in. cm. for centimeter(s) “cm.” is a metric symbol, not an abbreviation and is given as “cm.” anywhere in the record ft. for foot/feet: 34 cubic ft. Duration RDA 7.22 min. for minute(s): 4 min. sec. for second(s): 38 sec. Example: 1 online resource (117 min.) Example: 1 DVD (55 min.)


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