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Meet the New Cataloging Rules: RDA (Resource Description and Access). Wyoming State Library Webinar January 14, 2009 Susan Wynne. Disclaimer. Outline. RDA process and history RDA’s goals Foundations and influences Structure and terminology Approaches to some current problems
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Wyoming State Library Webinar
January 14, 2009
Joint Steering Committee for Development of RDA (JSC)
“Work on the new standard began in 2004, and in the same year the Committee of Principals for AACR (CoP) appointed Tom Delsey as the Editor. In December 2004 a draft of part I of AACR3 was made available to the constituencies for review. In 2005 a new approach was agreed on, and the decision made to adopt the title: “RDA: Resource Description and Access.” In December 2005, the draft of RDA part I was made available for review. Further drafts of RDA chapters were issued in 2006 and 2007. At the October 2007 meeting, the JSC agreed on a new organization for RDA.”
From JSC web site: http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/jsc/rda.html#background
AACR2 has been described as…
With thanks to Diane Hillmann and John Myers
Examples of different expressions include revisions, abridgements, translations, and arrangements of musical worksExpression
A French translation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone is a new expression
From Barbara B. Tillett, “FRBR and RDA: Resource Description and Access,” In Understanding FRBR: What It Is and How It Will Affect Our Retrieval Tools, ed. Arlene G. Taylor ( Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited, 2007), 87-95.
1: Separate records for all entities with linked identifiers—mirroring the FRBR/RDA conceptual model (JSC’s preferred approach)
2: Composite bibliographic records, with authority records representing each entity
3: “Flat” record approach with all Group 1 entities on one record (this is the only scenario that MARC can accommodate)
From Hillmann, Diane. “Facing Forward: The Challenges Facing Catalogers.” http://ecommons.library.cornell.edu/handle/1813/11536
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