RDA Primer A Guide for the Occasional Cataloger

ISBN-10: 1586833480

ISBN-13: 9781586833480

Edition: 2010

Authors: Amy Hart
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List price: $31.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 9/16/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 89
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.396
Language: English

Figures
About the Author
Introduction
Who Is This Book For?
How Is This Book Organized?
A Special Note
How to Use This Book
History and Development of RDA
Machiavellian Intrigue
Who Writes Cataloging Rules Anyway?
Why Did We Need New Rules?
AACR3 to RDA
RDA Reorganized: From AACR2 to FRBR
LC'S Quiet Bombshell
What Is FRBR? Who Is FRAD?
A Conceptual Model
Entity-Relationship Analysis
Making User Needs Their Focus
FRBR and FRAD Entities
The Promise of WEMI
Responsible for Works
Subjects of Works
Functional Requirements for Authority Data (FRAD) Entities
FRBR and FRAD Relationships
Logical Relationships in FRBR
Other Group 1 Relationships in FRBR
FRAD Relationships
Conclusion
AACR2 to RDA
FRBR/FRAD-Based Vocabulary and Concepts
RDA Structure
AACR2 Structure
RDA and AACR2: Part 1
RDA and AACR2: Part 2
Changes from AACR2 to RDA
Principles and Objectives
Separation of Content and Presentation (RDA 0.1)
Core Elements (RDA 0.6)
Break from "Classes of Material" Approach
Transcription of Data
Less Use of Abbreviations
Relationship Designators
Rule of Three an Option, Not the Rule
Content and Carrier Instead of GMD
Conclusion
MARC Changes
Bibliographic Format: Content, Media, and Carrier Changes
Bibliographic Format: 007 and 008
Name-to-Resource Relationships
Resource-to-Resource Relationships
Authority Format: Name-to-Name Relationships
Additional MARC Fields for Name and Resource Attributes
Conclusion
Putting It All Together
RDA Attributes [Part 1]: Table of Contents and Structure
Section 1: Attributes of Manifestation and Item
Section 1: Chapter 1: General Guidelines
Section 1: Chapter 2: Identifying Manifestations and Items
Section 1: Chapter 3: Describing Carriers
Section 1: Chapter 4: Acquisitions and Access Information
Section 2
Section 2: Chapter 5: General Guidelines
Section 2: Chapter 6: Identifying Works and Expressions
Section 2: Chapter 7: Describing Content
Sections 3 and 4
Using the RDA Toolkit
RDA and Library Systems
MARC Changes
Indexing Issues
Retrospective Changes
Public Catalog Possibilities: Content, Carrier, and Media Type
Integration of RDA Online into Cataloging Modules
Database Changes and FRBR-ization
Post-MARC
Semantic Web
Conclusion
The Metadata Community
How We Got Here: The DCMI/RDA Task Group
What Is the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative?
What Is the NSDL Registry?
What Is the Semantic Web?
What Is RDF?
Uniform Resource Identifier References
XML Namespace and Qname
RDF/XML
RDF Vocabularies and the RDF Schema
Conclusion
RDA and Metadata
DCMI/RDA Task Group
Development of an RDA Element Vocabulary
An RDA Dublin Core Application Profile Based on FRBR/FRAD
Disclosure of RDA Value Vocabularies Using RDF/RDFS/SKOS
Library of Congress Authorities and Vocabularies Service
A New Catalog Record?
RDA and YOU
Planning
Implementation
The Future
Works Cited
Index
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