DCRM(B): A Very Short Introduction - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Pat_Xavi
dcrm b a very short introduction l.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
DCRM(B): A Very Short Introduction PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
DCRM(B): A Very Short Introduction

play fullscreen
1 / 64
Download Presentation
DCRM(B): A Very Short Introduction
293 Views
Download Presentation

DCRM(B): A Very Short Introduction

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. DCRM(B): A Very Short Introduction

  2. The most significant changes from DCRB are…new introductory sections on ‘Objectives and Principles’ and ‘Precataloging Decisions’ DCRM(B)

  3. III.1.1. Users must be able to distinguish clearly among different manifestations of an expression of a work. DCRM(B)

  4. III.1.2. Users must be able to perform most identification and selection tasks without direct access to the materials. DCRM(B)

  5. III.1.3. Users must be able to investigate physical processes and post-production history and context exemplified in materials described. DCRM(B)

  6. III.1.4. Users must be able to gain access to materials whose production or presentation characteristics differ from modern conventions. DCRM(B)

  7. X. Pre-cataloging decisions DCRM(B)

  8. X.1. Decisions to make before beginning the descriptionX.1.1. Item-level vs. collection-level descriptionX.1.2. Cataloging code: AACR2 vs. DCRM(B)X.1.3. Encoding level: DCRM(B) minimal vs. core vs. fullX.1.4. Bibliographic variants DCRM(B)

  9. X.2. Factors to consider in making these decisionsX.2.1. Institution’s mission and user needsX.2.2. Institutional and departmental resourcesX.2.3. Market value and conditions of acquisition of the item or collectionX.2.4. Intellectual and physical characteristics of the item or collection DCRM(B)

  10. The most significant changes from DCRB are…the explicit incorporation of machine-made books into the rule text and examples DCRM(B)

  11. DCRB 0D. Prescribed sources of information DCRM(B)

  12. DCRM(B) 0D. Prescribed sources of information DCRM(B)

  13. DCRM(B)

  14. DCRM(B)

  15. DCRBThe protestation of the archbishops and bishops of Ireland London : [s.n.], printed 1641 [i.e. Dublin : Clery and Co., 1879]Actual imprint details from cover, which bears title: Cromwellian settlement of Ireland … DCRM(B)

  16. 0C1.2… if the publication bears a cover issued by the publisher, and the cover contains all the elements typically given on a title page but with more recent information than that provided on the title page (e.g., a later edition statement and publication date), choose the cover as the chief source of information. DCRM(B)

  17. DCRM(B)Cromwellian settlement of Ireland, 1641-1650 : four rare Puritan tracts concerning the affairs of Ireland ... Dublin : Crery and Co., [1879]Title and imprint details from cover.Contents: The protestation of the archbishops and bishops of Ireland … DCRM(B)

  18. DCRB 2B Edition statement2B1. Transcribe the statement relating to an edition of a publication in the terms in which it appears … 2B2. Transcribe as an edition statement a statement relating to issues or impressions, even if the publication contains no changes from the previous edition. DCRM(B)

  19. DCRM(B)

  20. DCRB:Eleanor / by Mrs Humphrey Ward …Fourth impression. DCRM(B)

  21. DCRM(B) 2B Edition statements2B1. General ruleTranscribe a statement relating to an edition or issue of a publication as it appears … DCRM(B)

  22. DCRM(B) 2B3. Words such as “impression” or “printing”2B3.1. Use judgement in transcribing statements containing words such as “impression” or “printing”. In books from the hand-press era, such statements usually signal a new edition or issue ... [and] may properly be considered an edition statement ... DCRM(B)

  23. DCRM(B)2B3.2. In books from the machine press era, statements containing words such as “impression” or “printing” are more likely to indicate that the publication is simply a new impression of the same edition. Omit statements such as these from the transcription ... Local notes may be made about the statements ... DCRM(B)

  24. DCRM(B)Eleanor / by Mrs Humphrey Ward …“Fourth impression”—library’s copy. DCRM(B)

  25. DCRM(B)Alternative rule: If a decision has been made to create a separate bibliographic record for an individual impression [etc.] ... transcribe [such] statements in the edition area. Eleanor / by Mrs Humphrey Ward …Fourth impression. DCRM(B)

  26. DCRM(B)

  27. DCRM(B)

  28. The most significant changes from DCRB are…the addition of area 6 DCRM(B)

  29. DCRB 6. Series areaNote that series statements are rare in early printed monographs and care should be taken to distinguish true series titles from other title information. When giving genuine series titles, see AACR2. DCRM(B)

  30. DCRM(B)

  31. AACR2 1.6. Series area1.6.C1. … give the first parallel title [and] any subsequent parallel title … in English.1.6.D1. Give other title information … only if it provides valuable information identifying the series.1.6E1. Transcribe statements of responsibility … only if they are considered to be necessary for identification ...1.6G1. Give the numbering of the item within the series in the terms given in the item. Use abbreviations … and numerals as instructed in appendix [B &] C. DCRM(B)

  32. (Early English poetry, ballads and popular literature of the Middle Ages ; v. 22) DCRM(B)

  33. DCRM(B) Area 66C1. Transcribe … the [series] title that is in the language … of the title proper. … Transcribe the remaining title(s) … as parallel series titles 6D1. Transcribe other title information relating to the series … following the series title proper.6E1. Transcribe a statement of responsibility relating to the series … following the series title.6G2. Transcribe the [series] numbering as it appears in the publication. Do not use any abbreviations … and do not convert roman … numerals to arabic. DCRM(B)

  34. (Early English poetry, ballads and popular literature of the Middle Ages : edited from original manuscripts and scarce publications / Percy Society ; vol. XXII)“Percy Society” appears at head of series t.p.Added entry: Early English poetry, ballads and popular literature of the Middle Ages ; v. 22 DCRM(B)

  35. The most significant changes from DCRB are…an expanded appendix on early letter forms and symbols DCRM(B)

  36. The most significant changes from DCRB are…expanded guidance and … a more rigorous and consistent approach to transcription DCRM(B)

  37. DCRM(B)

  38. DCRM(B) 0G6.4. Blank spaces.If transcribing text containing a blank space intended to be completed in manuscript, as is common in forms and certain government documents, supply the word “blank” enclosed in square brackets. If the blank has been completed in the item being described, indicate this in a local note, if considered important. DCRM(B)

  39. DCRM(B)Iniunctions exhibited the [blank] day of [blank] anno M.D.XXXVIII. DCRM(B)

  40. DCRB OGMisprints, etc.In an area where transcription from the publication is required, transcribe a misprint as it appears in the publication. Follow such an inaccuracy either by “[sic]” or by the abbreviation “i.e.” and the correction within square brackets. Supply missing letters in square brackets. DCRM(B)

  41. DCRM(B)

  42. DCRBS[p]haera mundi co[m]pendiu[m] foeliciter inchoat DCRM(B)

  43. DCRM(B) OG.7.1.MisprintsTranscribe a misprint as it appears in the publication. Follow such an inaccuracy either by “[sic]” or by the abbreviation “i.e.” and the correction within square brackets. DCRM(B)

  44. DCRM(B) Spaera [i.e. sphaera] mundi co[m]pendiu[m] foeliciter inchoat.orSpaera [sic] mundi co[m]pendiu[m] foeliciter inchoat. DCRM(B)

  45. DCRB 0J2 When special marks of contraction have been used by the printer … expand affected words to their full form and enclose supplied letters in square brackets. … If the Tironian sign ( ) cannot be reproduced … substitute [et] for it. Transcribe an ampersand as an ampersand. DCRM(B)

  46. DCRM(B) 0G8.2If special marks of contraction have been used by the printer … expand affected words to their full form and enclose supplied letters in square brackets. … Transcribe an ampersand or a Tironian sign ( ) as an ampersand. DCRM(B)

  47. DCRM(B)

  48. DCRBDe heteroclitis nominibus. Editio Roberti Whittintoni Lichfeldiensis [et] protouatis Anglie in florentissima Oxoniensi academia laureatide heteroclitis nominibus [et] gradibus comparationis.DCRM(B)De heteroclitis nominibus. Editio Roberti Whittintoni Lichfeldiensis & protouatis Anglie in florentissima Oxoniensi academia laureatide heteroclitis nominibus & gradibus comparationis. DCRM(B)

  49. DCRM(B)