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Discussion Class 8. MARC. Discussion Classes. Format: Question Ask a member of the class to answer. Provide opportunity for others to comment. When answering: Stand up. Give your name. Make sure that the TA hears it. Speak clearly so that all the class can hear. Suggestions:

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Discussion classes

Discussion Classes

Format:

Question

Ask a member of the class to answer.

Provide opportunity for others to comment.

When answering:

Stand up.

Give your name. Make sure that the TA hears it.

Speak clearly so that all the class can hear.

Suggestions:

Do not be shy at presenting partial answers.

Differing viewpoints are welcome.


Question 1 background
Question 1: Background

(a) Who wrote this paper? What is her background? What is the intended audience?

(b) When was MARC developed? What problems was it attempting to solve?


Question 2 an example
Question 2: An example

Explain the following:

"SIGNPOSTS" DATA

100 1# $a Arnosky, Jim.

245 10 $a Raccoons and ripe corn /

$c Jim Arnosky.

250 ## $a 1st ed.

260 ## $a New York :

$b Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books,

$c c1987.

300 ## $a 25 p. :

$b col. ill. ;

$c 26 cm.

520 ## $a Hungry raccoons feast at night

in a field of ripe corn.

650 #1 $a Raccoons.

900 ## $a 599.74 ARN

901 ## $a 8009

903 ## $a $15.00


Question 3 a catalog record
Question 3: A Catalog Record

GV943 Brenner, Richard J., 1941-

.25 Make the team. Soccer : a heads up guide to super

.B74 soccer! / Richard J. Brenner. -- 1st ed. -- Boston :

1990 Little, Brown, c1990.

127 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.

"A Sports illustrated for kids book."

Summary: Instructions for improving soccer skills.

Discusses dribbling, heading, playmaking, defense, etc.

ISBN 0316107514 : $12.95

1. Soccer -- Juvenile literature. 2. Soccer. II. Title: Heads up

guide to super soccer. II. Title.

Dewey Class no.: 796.334/2 -- dc 20 89-48230

MARC

Identify the parts of this record


Question 3 continued
Question 3 (continued)

Leader 01041cam 2200265 a 4500

Control No. 001 ###89048230

Control No. ID 003 DLC

DTLT 005 19911106082810.9

Fixed Data 008 891101s1990 maua j 001 0 eng

LCCN 010 ## $a ###89048230

ISBN 020 ## $a 0316107514 :

$c $12.95

ISBN 020 ## $a 0316107506 (pbk.) :

$c $5.95 ($6.95 Can.)

Cat. Source 040 ## $a DLC

$c DLC

$d DLC

LC Call No. 050 00 $a GV943.25

$b .B74 1990

Dewey No. 082 00 $a 796.334/2

$2 20


Question 3 continued1
Question 3 (continued)

ME:Pers Name 100 1# $a Brenner, Richard J.,

$d 1941-

Title 245 10 $a Make the team.

$p Soccer :

$b a heads up guide to super soccer! /

$c Richard J. Brenner.

Variant Title 246 30 $a Heads up guide to super soccer

Edition 250 ## $a 1st ed.

Publication 260 ## $a Boston :

$b Little, Brown,

$c c1990.

Phys Desc 300 ## $a 127 p. :

$b ill. ;

$c 19 cm.


Question 3 continued2
Question 3 (continued)

Note: General 500 ## $a "A Sports illustrated for kids book."

Note: Summary 520 ## $a Instructions for improving soccer

skills. Discusses dribbling, heading,

playmaking, defense, conditioning,

mental attitude, how to handle

problems with coaches, parents,

and other players, and the history

of soccer.

Subj: Topical 650 #0 $a Soccer

$v Juvenile literature.

Subj: Topical 650 #1 $a Soccer.


Question 4 data structure
Question 4: Data Structure

What is the underlying MARC data structure? What was unusual at the time

How would it be different if MARC had been developed in 2003?

Explain the methods used by MARC to reduce the size of files? How would it be different today?

Suppose that you are replacing MARC with a modern format, e.g., XML. What would you do to retain the cataloguing investment?


Question 5 terminology
Question 5: Terminology

Define the terms:

(a) Access points

(b) Authority control

(c) MARC tag

Main entry

Added entry


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