Changing AACR2: Using the reexamined rules in Chapters 9 and 12

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Changing AACR2: Using the reexamined governs in Chapters 9 and 12 NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

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Acknowledgments: Steve Miller (University of Wisconsin - coordinating assets and Regina Reynolds (LC) - real/minor changes

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Status: Rules, and so on. AACR 2002 alterations due August or later LC arrangements to execute Dec. 1 LCRIs will be distributed this late spring CCM will be bar. on Desktop mid-Nov. CEG redesign will be issued by end of year

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Status: MARC 21 Major MARC changes (pioneer (Code i) and 260): not before mid-2003 Fields 022, 222, 310, 321, 362 might be actualized for books (code m) organize in 2002 by OCLC (as of now in RLIN) PCC is asking OCLC & RLIN to execute other 008/006 coding for use preceding code i

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Outline of preparing Highlights Part 1. Ideas, definitions, and sources Part 2. Portrayal of incorporating assets BREAK Part 3. Portrayal of serials Part 4. Significant/minor changes

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Highlights: Chapter 9 Called: Electronic Resources Sources of data expanded (whole asset) Electronic assets in GMD Use of routine terms in SMD (CD-ROM)

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Highlights: Chapter 12 Called Continuing Resources Covers rules for serials and coordinating assets Rules incorporate arrangements for and cases of electronic assets Rules are more total Include previous RIs/CONSER hone More acknowledgment of inventoriing from finish work Each territory closes with a decide for changes here

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Highlights: Other territories New and modified definitions in glossary Major/minor title change and different guidelines in Chapter 21 Some standards included/reconsidered in Chapter 1

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Highlights: Serials Some limited assets can be listed as serials Descriptive principles incorporate more arrangements for minor changes after some time and permit more adaptability Fewer new records because of title changes

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Highlights: Integrating assets First time rules have been incorporated for free leafs, Web destinations, databases Entry tradition of most recent or "coordinated passage" will be connected (changes made to one record) Cataloging will be more serial-like (e.g., utilization of < >, v., serial fields)

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Part 1. Ideas, Definitions, Sources

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Conceptual Categories Bibliographic Resources Finite Resources Continuing Resources Finite Integrating Resources Continuing Inte-grinding Resources Monographs Serials

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Bibliographic Resource An expression or sign of a work or a thing that structures the reason for bibliographic depiction. A bibliographic asset might be unmistakable or immaterial.

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Finite and Continuing Finite Resource: No formal definition; by suggestion the inverse of "proceeding with": A bibliographic asset issued once or after some time with a foreordained decision (finished inside a limited number of parts or cycles ). Incorporates monographs and limited coordinating assets. Proceeding with Resource: A bibliographic asset issued after some time with no foreordained conclusion . Incorporates serials and continuous coordinating assets.

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Monograph and Serial Monograph: A bibliographic asset that is finished in one section or planned to be finished in a limited number of parts. Serial: A proceeding with asset issued in a progression of discrete parts, normally bearing numbering, that has no foreordained conclusion. Cases incorporate diaries, magazines, electronic diaries, proceeding with indexes, yearly reports, daily papers, and monographic arrangement.

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A serial is: "A proceeding with asset issued in a progression of discrete parts, normally bearing numbering, that has no foreordained conclusion . Cases of serials incorporate diaries, magazines, electronic diaries, proceeding with catalogs, yearly reports, daily papers, and monographic arrangement."

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Serial definition What do we mean by: Discrete ? Isolate parts/issues Usually ? Unnumbered arrangement or first issue not assigned No foreordained conclusion No conspicuous limit

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An Integrating Resource is: A bibliographic asset that is added to or changed by method for overhauls that don't stay discrete and are incorporated into the entirety. Incorporating assets can be either limited or proceeding. Cases incorporate overhauling free leafs and redesigning Web locales. Cycle : An example of a coordinating asset, either as initially distributed or after it has been redesigned.

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Three Major Types of IRs Updating Loose-leaf A bibliographic asset that comprises of a base volume(s) redesigned by particular pages, which are embedded, evacuated, as well as substituted. Upgrading Database A database is a gathering of intelligently interrelated information put away together in at least one modernized records, typically made and oversaw by a database administration framework. Overhauling Web Site A Web webpage that is redesigned, yet does not fit into one of the other Type of Continuing Resource classifications. Definitions from: MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data , 008 – Serials p. 8 (character position 21: Type of Continuing Resource).

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Updating Loose-Leaf

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Updating Database

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Updating Web Site

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Continuing and Finite IRs Continuing coordinating asset: Issued after some time in a progression of emphasess with no foreordained conclusion . Most coordinating assets are proceeding. Limited coordinating asset: Issued after some time with a foreordained conclusion ; planned to be finished in a limited number of emphasess.

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Finite Updating Web Site http://www.uwlax.edu/murphylibrary/waal2001/postconf.htm

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Finite assets

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Scope of Chapter 12 (12.0A) Chapter 12 covers rules for every single proceeding with asset, whether progressive or incorporating Rules likewise cover the accompanying classes of limited assets: Publications of constrained span occasions Reprints of serials Finite coordinating assets

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Publications of restricted length occasions "Assets that show the qualities of serials, for example, progressive issues, numbering, and recurrence, yet whose length is constrained" Function comparably to serials, substance or degree is not predetermined Coverage of occasions after some time Unlike multi-part monographs where the extent of the material is altered Multi-parts issued in isolated volumes-material can't be contained in a solitary volume

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Limited term illustrations Regular reports of a constrained term extend Annual report of a commission that will exist just temporarily Newsletters from a non repeating occasion Working papers from a solitary meeting

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What is a Serial/What is an Integrating Resource? LCRI 1.0A

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Scope: LCRI 1.0A This RI is still under examination LC is chipping away at different classifications of electronic assets to choose which ought to be serials or coordinating assets E.g., Cumulative CD-ROMs, E-diaries that lone have one issue, and so on. Stay tuned!

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Sources of data and section traditions

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Sources of data 12.0B Three separate tenets for: Basis of depiction 12.0B1 Chief wellspring of data 12.0B2 Prescribed wellsprings of data 12.0B3

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Basis of portrayal: Serials 12.0B1a Base the depiction on the main/most punctual accessible issue Prefer the first or soonest issue over a source connected with the entire serial or with a scope of more than one issue or part Includes reprints and multiplications, electronic serials

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Basis of portrayal: Serials No change for print serials, first or most punctual is the premise of depiction For e-serials and other nonprint serials, this is a change It elucidates that the favored hotspot for title is the first or soonest issue Before this update section 12 did not address which issue was reason for non-print serials

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AACR2 association of 12.0B1a Serials:

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Chief wellspring of data: Serials 12.0B2 Printed serials: Title page or cover sheet substitute Analytical cover sheet, cover, inscription, masthead, article pages, and so on. Cd ROMs: Prefer the physical bearer or its marks Online (and other non-print): Refer to the subrule .0B in the significant section

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Chief wellspring of data for an immediate get to e-serial For an immediate get to electronic serial, lean toward the physical transporter or its names for the main wellspring of data (12.0B2) Chapter 9 incorporates transporter/names as one plausibility; Chapter 12 says to incline toward Needed for registration, capacity to catch title changes, and so forth

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Source of title appropriate for online serials The s ource of title legitimate ought to be the most total presentation of title (AACR2 9.0B1) in conjunction with the first or soonest accessible issue (AACR2 12.0B1).

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Prescribed wellsprings of data 12.0B3 Nonprint serials: allude to the fitting subrule .0B LCRI 12.0B3: recommended wellspring of numbering for non-print: entire asset

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Basis of Description: IR 12.0B1b Base the portrayal of the accompanying zones on the present emphasis: 1. Title and proclamation of duty. 2. Version. 4. Production, conveyance, and so forth. [Except Dates] 5. Physical depiction. [Not utilized for remote get to e-resources] 6. Arrangement.

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Basis of Description: IR Area in light of first as well as last emphasess: 4F. Dates of production, dissemination, and so forth. Territories in light of all emphasess and whatever other source: 7. Note. 8. Standard number and terms of accessibility.

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Chief Source of Information: IR 12.0B2 Printed Resource : (free leaf) Title page or t.p. substitute. Nonprint Resource: Follow headings of important section. e.g., for electronic assets: Chapter 9.

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Entry Conventions Successive section classifying: Serials New record made when passage changes Integrated passage for incorporating assets Same record utilized, changes appeared in appro

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