teaching rda n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Teaching RDA PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Teaching RDA

Loading in 2 Seconds...

play fullscreen
1 / 42

Teaching RDA - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 136 Views
  • Uploaded on

Teaching RDA. Train-the-trainer course for RDA: Resource Description and Access Presented by the National Library of Australia September – November 2012. Key differences from AACR2. Quiz. Click here to start the quiz. Key differences from AACR2.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Teaching RDA' - armine


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
teaching rda

Teaching RDA

Train-the-trainer course for

RDA: Resource Description and Access

Presented by the National Library of Australia

September – November 2012

This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/au/

key differences from aacr2
Key differences from AACR2

Quiz

Click here to start the quiz

you got it right
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

The instructions in RDA are based on the instructions in AACR2. They may be reworded to make them easier to understand, but they are still there.

Next question

sorry you got it wrong go back to question to try again
Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Key differences from AACR2

Go back to question

2 aacr2 is structured on frbr and frad
2) AACR2 is structured on FRBR and FRAD

Key differences from AACR2

True

False

you got it right1
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

AACR2 is arranged according to ISBD elements and a set of resource formats. RDA is structured on the FRBR and FRAD models.

Next question

slide8

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

3 rda is format neutral this means
3) RDA is format neutral, this means...

Key differences from AACR2

Instructions are laid out by format

Format is not considered at all

Instructions give more emphasis to intellectual content than physical format

you got it right2

Key differences from AACR2

You got it Right 

RDA sees bibliographic data as a set of elements that provide information about a resource. Format is one of those elements rather than the thing that defines the whole structure of the record. There is no one single section to go to in RDA where you will find all the instructions for cataloguing a particular format or material. It assumes that whatever you are describing will have a common set of content elements, such as title or creator, so it is arranged according to these elements

Next question

slide11

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

4 rda is user focussed this means
4) RDA is user focussed, this means...

Key differences from AACR2

AACR2 was not user focussed

RDA is based on FRBR and FRAD user tasks

The user creates the catalogue record

slide13

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to

question

you got it right3
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

It does not mean AACR2 was not user focussed. Being designed for a card catalogue meant there were certain limitations to what could fit on the cards and how they were arranged in the drawer.

Each section of RDA begins with a statement of functional objectives that relate the instructions in each section back to the FRBR and FRAD user tasks they intend to assist

Next question

5 lcris and other institutional policies are not needed with rda
5) LCRIs and other institutional policies are not needed with RDA

Key differences from AACR2

True

False

you got it right4
You got it Right 

There will still be LC policies and interpretations; these are now called LC-PCC PS (Library of Congress and Program for Cooperative Cataloguing Policy Statements) and all libraries may develop their own internal policies as before

Next question

slide17

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

you got it right5
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

Many librarians will still catalogue using MARC coding. There will be some changes to MARC to accommodate new elements

Next question

slide20

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Next question

7 sections 1 4 of rda deals with
7) Sections 1-4 of RDA deals with...

Key differences from AACR2

General rules for description

Recording attributes

Subjects of works

you got it right6
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

Section 1 contains the instructions for recording the attributes of all of the FRBR/FRAD entities. It is arranged according to these entities, beginning with the Group 1 Entities (Work, Expression, Manifestation and Item) and then Group 2 entities (Person, Family and Corporate Body). The Group 3 entity, place has also been included because the names of place are commonly used when describing other entities such as persons and corporate bodies (especially governments)

Next question

slide23

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

8 in rda gmd is recorded
8) In RDA, GMD is recorded...

Key differences from AACR2

In the same way as in AACR2

With new terminology and in new MARC fields

In new fields but with the same terminology as AACR2

you got it right7
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

What we are used to calling the GMD is replaced with three new elements – content type, media type and carrier type. These will be recorded in the MARC fields 336, 337 and 338 respectively.

Next question

slide26

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

9 rda is a content standard this means
9) RDA is a content standard, this means...

Key differences from AACR2

It emphasises what should be recorded but not how

It is independent of standards such as ISBD and MARC

Data created cannot be adapted and shared across different systems

you got it right8
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

RDA does not include instructions on the order or display of information.

It is compatible with standards such as ISBD and MARC but is designed to work independently of these so it can be applied to whatever conventions or encoding standards you use.

This opens up RDA to be used by other content management industries such as archives and museums.

Next question

slide29

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

slide30
10) Each section of RDA begins with a statement of the functional objectives of the FRBR and FRAD user tasks

Key differences from AACR2

True

False

you got it right9
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

Each section of RDA begins with a statement of the functional objectives that relate the instructions in the section back to the FRBR/FRAD user tasks that they aim to assist

Next question

slide32

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

11 data created in rda will not be abbreviated because
11) Data created in RDA will not be abbreviated because...

Key differences from AACR2

Data was less important in AACR2

We are no longer constrained by limitations of the card catalogue

Users don’t understand abbreviations

you got it right10
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

AACR2 was designed for card catalogues with limitations on how much data could fit on them. Our OPACs no longer have these constraints and this is reflected in RDA. Abbreviations, omissions and restrictions to access points are not applied in RDA

Next question

slide35

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

12 terminology in rda is
12) Terminology in RDA is...

Key differences from AACR2

The same as in AACR2

Based on FRBR and FRAD models

Unique terms developed specifically for RDA

you got it right11
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

There will be different terminology in RDA from AACR2. Much of this comes from the FRBR/FRAD models. To assist with the transition to RDA there is a full glossary of terms used in the text of RDA, which also includes hyperlinks to the glossary.

Additionally, each section of RDA contains a “General guidelines” chapter which sets out and clearly defines key terminology used in that section.

Next question

slide38

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

13 where are the instructions for core elements
13) Where are the instructions for core elements?

Key differences from AACR2

In the introduction at 0.6

In the general guidelines chapter at the beginning of each section

At the beginning of each instruction

In all of the above places

you got it right12
You got it Right 

Key differences from AACR2

  • Instructions on core elements are found in all the following places:
  • In the introduction
  • In the general guidelines chapters
  • At the beginning of each core instruction

Finish

slide41

Key differences from AACR2

Sorry,You got it wrongGo back to question to try again

Go back to question

key differences from aacr21
Key differences from AACR2

Congratulations

you have completed the quiz