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AACR3: Summary of Part I Draft ( and a glimpse into Parts II and III). Kathy Glennan University of Southern California. Caveat. This summary covers a draft document, which is under consideration by the JSC constituencies right now

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aacr3 summary of part i draft and a glimpse into parts ii and iii

AACR3: Summary of Part I Draft(and a glimpse into Parts II and III)

Kathy Glennan

University of Southern California

SDC Open Meeting

caveat
Caveat
  • This summary covers a draft document, which is under consideration by the JSC constituencies right now
  • CC:DA has substantial comments on the organization and contents of this draft
  • JSC will meet in April to review all the comments and will direct the creation of a new draft – so specifics may change!
organization of the rules section a
Organization of the Rules: Section A
  • General Rules
    • General Rules for Description (A1)
      • Apply to all types of resources
    • Resources Issued in Successive Parts (A2)
      • Includes multipart items and serials
    • Integrating Resources (A3)
introduction to part i
Introduction to Part I
  • Scope
  • Structure of the description
  • Organization of the rules
  • Applying general and supplementary rules
  • Focus for the description
  • Resources in an unpublished form
  • Options and omissions
outline of chapter a1 general rules
Outline of Chapter A1: General rules
  • Preliminary rules
  • Rules for each of the 8 ISBD areas
    • Title and statement of responsibility
    • Edition
    • Material (or type of publication) specific details
    • Publication, distribution, etc.
    • Technical description
    • Series
    • Notes
    • Standard number and terms of availability
  • Multimedia resources
  • “In” analytics and multilevel descriptions
organization of the rules section b
Organization of the Rules: Section B
  • Supplementary Rules Applicable to Specific Types of Content
    • Text
    • Music
    • Cartographic Resources
    • Graphics
    • Three-Dimensional Resources
    • Sound
    • Moving Images
organization of the rules section c
Organization of the Rules: Section C
  • Supplementary Rules Applicable to Specific Types of Media
    • Print and Graphic Media
    • Micrographic Media
    • Tactile Media
    • Three-Dimensional Media
    • Audio Media
    • Projected Graphic, Film, and Video Media
    • Digital Media
focus for the description
Focus for the Description
  • Single-part resource
  • Resource comprising two or more parts issued simultaneously
  • Resource issued in successive parts
  • Integrating resource
  • Separately titled component part
  • Multilevel description
  • Assembled collection of resources
chief source of information
Chief Source of Information
  • Part of general rules
  • Standard list for all resources
  • Some material-specific sources have been omitted
    • More bracketing of publication information?
prescribed sources of information
Prescribed Sources of Information
  • Part of general rules
  • Standard list for all resources
  • Some areas more restrictive than their AACR2 counterparts
general material designation
Content

cartographic resource

choreography [notation]

data

graphic

mixed content

moving image

music [notation]

sound

software

text

three-dimensional

Medium

audio

digital

film

graphic

micrographic

multimedia

print

projected

three-dimensional

tactile

video

General Material Designation
possible gmds hypothetical
Possible GMDs (Hypothetical)
  • [text : microform]
  • [music : digital]
  • [multimedia : digital]
  • [text : digital]
unpublished resources
Unpublished Resources
  • General rules apply equally to published and unpublished resources
    • Separate subrules when necessary
  • AACR2 Ch. 4 rules either:
    • Recast as general rules, or
    • Removed if inconsistent with the general rules
assembled collections
Assembled Collections
  • AACR2 rules pertaining to assembled collections (primarily from Ch. 4)
    • Chiefly incorporated into the General rules
    • Some moved to Section B, if content-specific
published resources
Published Resources
  • Early printed resources
    • Where appropriate, AACR2 Ch. 2 “extra” rules now in
      • General rules, or
      • Supplementary rules for print and graphic media
    • Introduction to AACR3 will direct specialists to manuals with more detailed instructions
  • No use of [S.l. : s.n.] or their equivalents for unknown place or publisher
resources issued in successive parts
Resources Issued in Successive Parts
  • AACR2 Ch. 12 rules moved to:
    • General rules, if they apply to all resources
      • Numbering area
    • Chapter A2, covering resources issued in successive parts
      • Includes continuing and finite resources
    • Chapter A3, covering integrating resources
technical description area
Technical Description Area
  • Renamed from “physical description area”
  • Split between General rules (Section A) and Rules for specific types of media (Section C)
  • General rules expanded to provide instructions for all types of resources
specific material designation
Specific Material Designation
  • Describe in terms of
    • Number of physical units
    • Number of components
    • Both
  • Designed for clearer delineation of
    • Physical units (3 v.)
    • Presentation units (327 p.)
    • Logical aggregations of content (score, part)
aacr3 part ii proposal
AACR3: Part II (Proposal)
  • Choice of primary and secondary access points
    • Choosing headings for the description
    • Choosing access points for works and expressions
      • Layout should separate out decision making process
    • “Rule of 3” – optional?
  • Editorial tasks
    • Rework Chapter 21
      • Address issues associated with the concept of authorship
    • Update terminology
    • Review concept of “collection”
aacr3 part iii proposal
AACR3: Part III (Proposal)
  • Form of access points (AACR2 Ch. 22-25)
    • Incorporate authority control principles
    • Rules on related references (integrating AACR2 Ch. 26)
  • Uniform titles
    • For collocation
      • Construct a heading for a Work and its Expression
      • Expandable
      • Function like guidecards
    • For uniquely identifying works
      • Clearly identify serials and other successively updated resources
      • Link with variant forms of name, numeric identifiers, etc.
end of aacr2
End of AACR2
  • JSC no longer considering rule revision proposals for AACR2
    • Instead, proposals forwarded to General Editor for possible inclusion in AACR3
  • 2005 Amendments will be final update
    • Consists of 6 pages of actual rule revisions, plus the updated preliminary matter, etc.
successor to lcris
Successor to LCRIs?
  • Library of Congress will end LCRIs when AACR2 ceases
  • Will move to a different type of documentation of cataloging decisions
    • Still will clarify national choices when the rules allow for options
    • May provide additional examples and procedural information
additional information
Additional Information
  • JSC website: http://www.collectionscanada.ca/jsc
    • Barbara Tillett’s PowerPoint presentation: http://www.collectionscanada.ca/jsc/docs/aacr3pptjan2005.pdf
  • CC:DA website: http://www.libraries.psu.edu/tas/jca/ccda/
  • SDC website: http://www.musiclibraryassoc.org/BCC/Descriptive/Descriptive.html
  • Upcoming LRTS article by Jennifer Bowen
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