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Full Marc Examples To Accompany Olac Best Practices For Cataloging Dvd-Video And Blu- Ray Discs, Objects, Streaming Media, And Video Games Using The Original Rda Toolkit And Marc 21, Marcia Barrett, Josh Hutchinson, Yoko Kudo, Julie Renee Moore, Kyla Jemison, Amanda Scott, Teressa Keenan, Ann Kardos, Melissa Burel Oct 2023

Full Marc Examples To Accompany Olac Best Practices For Cataloging Dvd-Video And Blu- Ray Discs, Objects, Streaming Media, And Video Games Using The Original Rda Toolkit And Marc 21, Marcia Barrett, Josh Hutchinson, Yoko Kudo, Julie Renee Moore, Kyla Jemison, Amanda Scott, Teressa Keenan, Ann Kardos, Melissa Burel

OLAC Publications and Training Materials

Examples of MARC 21 catalog records to accompany the OLAC Best Practices for Cataloging DVD-Video and Blu-ray Discs, Objects, Streaming Media, and Video Games Using the Original RDA Toolkit and MARC 21.


Olac Best Practices For Cataloging Dvd-Video And Blu-Ray Discs, Objects, Streaming Media, And Video Games Using The Original Rda Toolkit And Marc 21, Marcia Barrett, Josh Hutchinson, Yoko Kudo, Julie Renee Moore, Kyla Jemison, Amanda Scott, Teressa Keenan, Ann Kardos, Melissa Burel Oct 2023

Olac Best Practices For Cataloging Dvd-Video And Blu-Ray Discs, Objects, Streaming Media, And Video Games Using The Original Rda Toolkit And Marc 21, Marcia Barrett, Josh Hutchinson, Yoko Kudo, Julie Renee Moore, Kyla Jemison, Amanda Scott, Teressa Keenan, Ann Kardos, Melissa Burel

OLAC Publications and Training Materials

The OLAC Unified Best Practices Guide brings together the current published best practice guides into a single best practices guide that incorporates Best Practices for Cataloging DVD-Video and Blu-ray Discs Using RDA and MARC21, Best Practices for Cataloging Objects Using RDA and MARC 21, Best Practices for Cataloging Streaming Media Using RDA and MARC21, and Best Practices for Cataloging Video Games Using RDA and MARC21.


Best Practices For Cataloging Streaming Media Using Rda And Marc21, Erminia Chao, Rebecca Culbertson, Jennifer M. Eustis, Cyrus Ford, Annie Glerum, Ngoc-My Guidarelli, Mary Huismann, Stacie Traill, Donna Viscuglia, Jeannette Ho, Jay Weitz Sep 2022

Best Practices For Cataloging Streaming Media Using Rda And Marc21, Erminia Chao, Rebecca Culbertson, Jennifer M. Eustis, Cyrus Ford, Annie Glerum, Ngoc-My Guidarelli, Mary Huismann, Stacie Traill, Donna Viscuglia, Jeannette Ho, Jay Weitz

OLAC Publications and Training Materials

This document is intended to assist catalogers in creating records for streaming media according to instructions within Resource Description and Access (RDA), the successor to the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2). Like the original Best Practices for Cataloging Streaming Media, made available in 2008, it covers both streaming video and audio, including those that are born digital, as well as those that are created from an existing resource in another format, such as a video issued on DVD or videocassette. Its main focus is on resources that are “streaming” over the Internet in real-time, rather than resources that are not …


Implementation Of Rda In Cataloguing And Classification In 21st Century: Issues Challenges And Prospects, Chiegonu Bridget Nwachi, Emmanuel Ihekwuaba Dr, Michael C. Nwafor (Corresponding Author) Apr 2021

Implementation Of Rda In Cataloguing And Classification In 21st Century: Issues Challenges And Prospects, Chiegonu Bridget Nwachi, Emmanuel Ihekwuaba Dr, Michael C. Nwafor (Corresponding Author)

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Abstract

Purpose: The primary goal of each librarian and cataloger is to organize library services to satisfy the users' information-seeking needs, such as searching, locating, selecting, and obtaining the necessary information resources from the users within a limited period of time. With the implementation of the Resource Description and Access (RDA) on 4 April, 2013 in the United States and other nations, catalogers and qualified librarians face difficulties in gaining access to the training and preparation needed. Against this context, the study examined an overview of the implementation of RDA in cataloging and classification in the 21st century: concerns and …


Cataloging Manuscripts And Archival Collections, Rebecca A. Wiederhold Nov 2020

Cataloging Manuscripts And Archival Collections, Rebecca A. Wiederhold

Faculty Publications

Catalogers are increasingly responsible for creating metadata for a variety of unusual items. In the Beyond Books: Cataloging Special Format Items preconference at ULA 2019, participants learned how to catalog manuscripts/archival collections, artists’ books, zines, and posters. This webinar will reprise the Manuscripts and Archival Collections segment of that session, educating participants on when it’s appropriate to catalog special collections material archivally as a collection versus on an item level. Whether you have finding aids to use as a base for your catalog record or you are working directly with the materials, guidelines for using DACS and RDA for manuscript …


Best Practices For Cataloging Objects Using Rda And Marc 21, Julie Renee Moore, Robert B. Freeborn, Scott Dutkiewicz, Sarah Hovde, Jessica Janecki, Jessica Schomberg, Trina Soderquist Jan 2020

Best Practices For Cataloging Objects Using Rda And Marc 21, Julie Renee Moore, Robert B. Freeborn, Scott Dutkiewicz, Sarah Hovde, Jessica Janecki, Jessica Schomberg, Trina Soderquist

OLAC Publications and Training Materials

This best practices document is intended to assist catalogers in creating bibliographic records for objects, which RDA refers to as three dimensional forms, according to RDA instructions. This document provides guidance for the most common object situations encountered in libraries. Each section includes examples that reflect the RDA instructions. A list of resources and a selection of full MARC record examples illustrating common situations encountered in cataloging objects (of various types) completes the document. The Objects Task Force especially worked on the examples to provide a variety of materials that fall bibliographically under Objects. The Task Force found at least …


Linked Data, Bibframe And Rda Walk Into A Bar..., Amy B. Parsons Oct 2018

Linked Data, Bibframe And Rda Walk Into A Bar..., Amy B. Parsons

Faculty Bibliography

This poster illustrates basic introduction and concepts of linked data and how it relates to RDA and Bibframe. Currently catalogers in libraries are struggling with learning these new concepts and keeping up with our traditional cataloging knowledge and workflows. Linked data brings us a step closer to global bibliographic control. The MARC record is not going away any time soon but catalogers should be aware of these concepts and models as they are being developed for our workflows in the future.


Final Recommendations Of The Joint Mla/Olac 33x/34x Task Group, Joint Mla/Olac 33x/34x Task Group Sep 2018

Final Recommendations Of The Joint Mla/Olac 33x/34x Task Group, Joint Mla/Olac 33x/34x Task Group

OLAC Publications and Training Materials

The initial impetus for the formation of the task group came from Jay Weitz's request for input from both our groups as he was working on the OCLC-MARC update 2017, particularly in reference to the 23 additions to the Genre/Form Code and Term Source Codes list (http://www.loc.gov/standards/sourcelist/genre-form.html). This request led to the realization that best practices of both groups varied in regard to MARC 344 and 347. It seemed like a good idea to have both groups discuss these same issues together. The group considered 3 issues:

  1. Inconsistent treatment of RDA and non-RDA terms in MARC 344 and 347
  2. Consideration …


Best Practices For Cataloging Streaming Media Using Rda And Marc21, Erminia Chao, Rebecca Culbertson, Jennifer M. Eustis, Cyrus Ford, Annie Glerum, Ngoc-My Guidarelli, Mary Huismann, Stacie Traill, Donna Viscuglia, Jeannette Ho Apr 2018

Best Practices For Cataloging Streaming Media Using Rda And Marc21, Erminia Chao, Rebecca Culbertson, Jennifer M. Eustis, Cyrus Ford, Annie Glerum, Ngoc-My Guidarelli, Mary Huismann, Stacie Traill, Donna Viscuglia, Jeannette Ho

OLAC Publications and Training Materials

This document is intended to assist catalogers in creating records for streaming media according to instructions within Resource Description and Access (RDA), the successor to the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2).

NOTE: This document has been updated in 2022. The new version is available at

https://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/olac-publications/25/


Research Methods For Notes For Music Catalogers: Examples Illustrating Rda In The Online Bibliographic Record, Ralph Hartsock, Peter H. Lisius Mar 2018

Research Methods For Notes For Music Catalogers: Examples Illustrating Rda In The Online Bibliographic Record, Ralph Hartsock, Peter H. Lisius

OLAC Research Grant

Research results of the OLAC Research Grant awarded in 2016.


Best Practices For Cataloging Dvd-Video And Blu-Ray Discs Using Rda And Marc21, William Anderson, Lloyd Chittenden, Cyrus Ford, Mary Huismann, Douglas King, John Lavalie, Peter Lisius, Nancy Lorimer, Julie Renee Moore, Lori Murphy, Laurie Neuerburg, Anchalee "Joy" Panigabutra-Roberts, Scott Piepenburg, Diane Robson, Walter Walker, Iris Wolley Nov 2017

Best Practices For Cataloging Dvd-Video And Blu-Ray Discs Using Rda And Marc21, William Anderson, Lloyd Chittenden, Cyrus Ford, Mary Huismann, Douglas King, John Lavalie, Peter Lisius, Nancy Lorimer, Julie Renee Moore, Lori Murphy, Laurie Neuerburg, Anchalee "Joy" Panigabutra-Roberts, Scott Piepenburg, Diane Robson, Walter Walker, Iris Wolley

OLAC Publications and Training Materials

Best Practices for Cataloging DVD-video and Blu-ray Discs Using RDA and MARC21 builds upon the work of the 2008 Guide to Cataloging DVD and Blu-ray Discs Using AACR2r and MARC21, which in turn updated the 2002 Guide to Cataloging DVDs Using AACR2r Chapters 7 and 9 created by the DVD Cataloging Task Force of OLAC.

The focus of this new document is to provide a set of “best practice” recommendations rather than a step-by-step instruction manual for cataloging DVD-video and Blu-ray Discs. One reason for this shift is that RDA cataloging practice is far from settled, particularly in regard …


Relax, Don't [Be] Anxious: Rda At The Ball State University Libraries (Muncie, In), C. Jeremy Barney Nov 2016

Relax, Don't [Be] Anxious: Rda At The Ball State University Libraries (Muncie, In), C. Jeremy Barney

Faculty Presentations

Provides an overview of how librarians in the Cataloging and Metadata Services (CAMS) department at the Ball State University Libraries (Muncie, IN) prepared for and implemented cataloging in RDA. Also covers the presenter’s training and evaluation of copy catalogers using RDA for monographic cataloging (books, ebooks, video recordings, maps) and the writing of local procedures.


Resource Description And Access: Internationalizing, Teaching And Learning Rda Cataloging Abroad, Sheau-Yueh J. Chao Sep 2016

Resource Description And Access: Internationalizing, Teaching And Learning Rda Cataloging Abroad, Sheau-Yueh J. Chao

Publications and Research

This article presents the history and development of cataloging codes, an overview of the Resource Description and Access (RDA) training courses, the author’s experiences in library teaching and learning, cultural exchanges with the Chinese librarians at the National Central Library (NCL), international librarianship in cataloging, library technology and development in Taiwan as well as the National Central Library and the Library Association of China (LAC), and key findings of RDA in its development and transition, implementation, and implications.


Rda: Loss Of Gmd And Changes Regarding Type And Format, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Rda: Loss Of Gmd And Changes Regarding Type And Format, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

The pending decision to move to RDA is still a few months away, but some libraries have already begun following RDA guidelines. AACR2’s general material designation (GMD) is not perpetuated in RDA guidelines. Instead, RDA records define the content of the expression, the medium of the manifestation, and the carrier of the manifestation. This session will discuss the changes that will occur with RDA vocabulary, the issues related to display of the vocabulary particularly as it relates to special formats, and the effect this change may have on the display in the Aleph OPAC and in MnPALS Plus.


Getting Around Rda, Sarah Quimby, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Getting Around Rda, Sarah Quimby, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

No abstract provided.


Cataloging Moving Images With Rda, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Cataloging Moving Images With Rda, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

This ninety-minute presentation will present the RDA: Resource Description and Access core elements and moving image-related elements necessary for most commercially available video recordings, including Blu-rays, DVDs, combo-packs, and streaming or digital video. The point of view will be from an original cataloging standpoint with examples following the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data.


Rda: Doa Or A-Ok? A Town Hall Debate, Sarah Quimby, Stephen Hearn, Chris Goetz, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Rda: Doa Or A-Ok? A Town Hall Debate, Sarah Quimby, Stephen Hearn, Chris Goetz, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

No abstract provided.


It's Not Armageddon: A Practical Guide To Using The New Cataloging Code, Mary Konkel, Adam Schiff, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

It's Not Armageddon: A Practical Guide To Using The New Cataloging Code, Mary Konkel, Adam Schiff, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

No abstract provided.


Cataloging Media With Rda Session, Robert Bothmann Nov 2015

Cataloging Media With Rda Session, Robert Bothmann

Bobby Bothmann

This program will emphasize the OCLC MARC elements of RDA for cataloging audio visual materials including music and spoken word CD’s, blu-rays, DVD’s, and console games. All the updates and changes in the past year will be included.


Authority Control On A National Scale: Conceptual And Practical Changes To Authorities Under Rda And Uk Libraries’ Naco Training, Julene L. Jones Sep 2015

Authority Control On A National Scale: Conceptual And Practical Changes To Authorities Under Rda And Uk Libraries’ Naco Training, Julene L. Jones

Library Presentations

This presentation covers changes to authority records and theory of authority work due to FRBR both conceptually and practically, new RDA fields, LC PCC's NACO program and our new NACO workflows post-training.


Applying Rda To Contentdm & Islandora, Sai Deng Jun 2015

Applying Rda To Contentdm & Islandora, Sai Deng

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

The Resource Description and Access (RDA) standard has been widely implemented in integrated library systems and its application with MARC has long been discussed, but its applicability in content and digital asset management systems and with non-MARC standards hasn't been much addressed. The national RDA non-MARC tests found that it is not easy to evaluate RDA "without an application available to aptly manage and display the data," however, to accommodate RDA in existing content and digital asset management systems still remains an issue. This presentation will address how RDA has been applied in cataloging and migrating digital materials in CONTENTdm …


Applying Rda To Digital Resources Metadata, Sai Deng, Peter Spyers-Duran May 2015

Applying Rda To Digital Resources Metadata, Sai Deng, Peter Spyers-Duran

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

This presentation will describe how Resource Description and Access (RDA) has been applied in cataloging, updating, and migrating digital resources at the University of Central Florida Libraries. Presenters will explain the similarities and differences of using RDA to catalog traditional serials in an Integrated Library System (ILS) and digitized serials and serial analytics in a Content Management System (CMS). Examples will be used to illustrate the issues of using RDA in conjunction with other metadata standards such as Dublin Core (DC) and Metadata Object Description Schema (MODS) to catalog digital resources including digitized newspapers and monographs, such as: relating RDA …


Updating Alma Records With The Worldshare Marc Update Service, Barbara Anderson Jan 2015

Updating Alma Records With The Worldshare Marc Update Service, Barbara Anderson

VCU Libraries Faculty and Staff Presentations

When the OCLC Bibliographic Notification service was re-incarnated as the WorldShare Collection Manager MARC Update Service, VCU Libraries was eager to sign on. We wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to update our Alma Institution Zone records automatically with RDA fields, FAST subject headings, added content notes, etc. We have created special Alma import profiles, normalization and merge rules to process our MARC Update files, frequently updating several thousand records each work day


Cavm 5.5 An Rda Companion, Robert L. Bothmann Oct 2014

Cavm 5.5 An Rda Companion, Robert L. Bothmann

OLAC Research Grant

Research results of the OLAC Research Grant awarded in 2012, presented at the 2014 OLAC Conference, 26 October 2014, Kansas City, Missouri.


Hitting A Moving Target: Cataloging In The Age Of Emerging Technologies, Robert L. Bothmann Aug 2014

Hitting A Moving Target: Cataloging In The Age Of Emerging Technologies, Robert L. Bothmann

Library Services Publications

The proliferation of content in electronic format and other emerging technologies was a chief impetus in the creation of the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records, the ISBD Area 0, and the development of RDA: Resource Description and Access. RDA in particular relies upon extensive sets of small vocabularies used in bibliographic data elements to describe carriers and content. These vocabularies provide a foundation for universal bibliographic control that supports Linked Data. However, some established technologies do not have appropriate vocabulary terms in RDA, relegating these resources to an undocumented area of description that inhibits universal bibliographic control. In conclusion, there …


Implementation Of Rda In The Opal Consortium, Elizabeth A. Salt, David Powell, Jack Wu Jul 2014

Implementation Of Rda In The Opal Consortium, Elizabeth A. Salt, David Powell, Jack Wu

Library Faculty & Staff Scholarship

The RDA Working Group, an informal subcommittee of the OPAL (Ohio Private Academic Libraries) Cataloging Committee was formed in 2011 to research the then under development RDA (Resource Description and Access) cataloging code and make recommendations to the entire membership of the OPAL Cataloging Committee on how to proceed with implementing RDA cataloging in the 24 small academic libraries which make up the OPAL Consortium. All of the OPAL libraries share one Innovative Interfaces, Inc. library system and share a public catalog, so it was important to develop some guidelines for RDA cataloging that all of the OPAL catalogers could …


Cataloging Moving Images With Rda, Robert L. Bothmann Apr 2014

Cataloging Moving Images With Rda, Robert L. Bothmann

Library Services Publications

This ninety-minute presentation will present the RDA: Resource Description and Access core elements and moving image-related elements necessary for most commercially available video recordings, including Blu-rays, DVDs, combo-packs, and streaming or digital video. The point of view will be from an original cataloging standpoint with examples following the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data.


Rda Training Booklet -- Veve, Marielle Veve Mar 2014

Rda Training Booklet -- Veve, Marielle Veve

Marielle Veve

Practical booklet created to learn cataloging of print and e-books using RDA standards. Examples and guidelines are provided for each MARC field. In PdF format and contains a table of contents for easy navigation.

*Big file may take a while to download. 200 pages.

ARABIC version of this Toolkit: http://es.slideshare.net/Muawwad/ss-29973410

(translated by Muhammad A. Muawwad)


Dancing In The Stacks: Dance Works And The Concept Of Authorship In Libraries, Dominique Bourassa Jan 2014

Dancing In The Stacks: Dance Works And The Concept Of Authorship In Libraries, Dominique Bourassa

Library Staff Publications

It is self-evident to choreographers, dancers and dance scholars that dances are works in their own right as much as literary and musical works are. However, from an American library perspective, this fact was not fully acknowledged until 20 years ago. Indeed, the historical mistreatment of dance works has evolved from their once total absence from subject taxonomies, to their being classified with works about recreation instead of among the “serious” arts, to their being subordinated to music. The situation greatly improved in 1994 with the publication by the Library of Congress (LC) of special cataloging rules that finally treat …


Jfl Rda Copy Cataloging Guidelines, Anne Foust Jan 2014

Jfl Rda Copy Cataloging Guidelines, Anne Foust

Faculty Publications and Presentations

This is a PowerPoint presentation used to teach the cataloging staff the new cataloging standard, RDA (Resource Description Access).