PowerPoint Presentation - RDA Test at LC Module 3

Report
PanCanadian
RDA Training Module:
Identifying attributes of
works and expressions
Based on the LC RDA Training Module 3 : Identifying attributes of
works and expressions (GPLS August 2011), LC Refresher
Training Module D (Oct. 2011), and LC RDA Seminar, March
2012, Module 3: Identifying works and expressions
Modified for Pan-Canadian Training by: Lisa O’Hara and Les Moor,
University of Manitoba Libraries
Acknowledgements
•
On behalf of the Pan-Canadian RDA trainers, I would like to thank the Library of
Congress for allowing use and modification of their training modules and
supplementary RDA training materials (for RDA Test at LC, June 2010 and
Georgia Public Library Cataloging Summit (August 2011) and RDA Refresher
Training at LC (October 2011) available at
http://www.loc.gov/aba/rda/training_modules.html
•
Thank you also to the copyright holders of RDA Toolkit for permission to copy
screens and the RDA logo for educational purposes. All screens copied are
identified with: "Screen image from the RDA Toolkit (www.rdatoolkit.org) used by
permission of the Co-Publishers for RDA (American Library Association,
Canadian Library Association, and CILIP: Chartered Institute of Library and
Information Professionals”.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
2
Outline and Objectives
• To identify works and expressions
• Through:
– Recording preferred title & variant titles
– Creating authorized access points
– Identifying creators responsible for a work
– Identifying core if needed elements for
works
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
3
Outline and Objectives
– Identifying elements and core elements of
expressions
– Identifying variant access points for works
and expressions
– Examining RDA Authority Records (briefly)
– Looking at content elements for works and
expressions
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
4
Brenndorfer’s Step 4
4. Consider the content of the book.
• Record the things that help people identify the content in the book. Use
preferred title [formerly "uniform title"], form of work, date of work, place
of origin (see Ch. 16 to identify places), history of the work, content
type, language of expression, identifiers, etc.
• End with the construction of the authorized access point for the work,
with the other identifying elements going into new or existing MARC
bibliographic or authority fields. Construct variant access points as
required. Construct authorized access points for related works, such as
series, as required.
• NOTE. The authorized access point for a work is often in the form of:
authorized access point for person + preferred title. To construct the
authorized access point for a person, see Ch. 9.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
5
MARC bibliographic record &
FRBR: summary
1XX/240 = work/expression
245-260, 490 = manifestation
300 = work, expression, manifestation
5XX = work, expression, manifestation
700-730 = work, expression
760-787 = work, expression, manifestation
8XX = work, expression [& manifestation]
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
6
Works and expressions
RDA 5.1.2:
• Work refers to a distinct intellectual or artistic
creation (ie. Intellectual or artistic content)
• Expression refers to the intellectual or
artistic realization of a work in the form of
alpha-numeric, musical or choreographic
notation, sound, image, object, movement,
etc., or any combination of such forms.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
7
Identifying works & expressions
• Also called “naming the work” and “naming the
expression”
• Same as AACR2 “main entry” if the manifestation
contains that work/expression:
Bib. records:
Auth. records:
100/110/111 + 240
100/110/111 $a $t
100/110/111 + 245
100/110/111 $a $t
130
130
245
130
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
8
Works
• Hemingway, Ernest, •
1899–1961. Sun also
rises
•
• Cassatt, Mary, 1844–
1926. Children
playing on the beach
• John Paul II, Pope, •
1920–2005.
Speeches
Expressions
Goncourt, Edmond de,
1822–1896. Frères
Zemganno. English
Pushkin, Aleksandr
Sergeevich, 1799–1837.
Evgeniĭ Onegin. English
(Beck)
Piave, Francesco Maria,
1810–1876. Ernani.
Spanish
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
9
Bibliographic or authority data?
• RDA does not prescribe if attributes about
the work/expression and the access points
are to be recorded as bibliographic data or
authority data
• most libraries for some time will name the
work/expression by giving the access
point in the bibliographic record
– May or may not make authority records
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
10
Core elements to distinguish
• If elements are being recorded to distinguish
one work from another or from the name of a
person, family, or corporate body, RDA gives
choices for recording the elements (RDA 0.6.4):
– either as additions to the authorized access point
representing the work -- most libraries
– as separate elements in authority records -sometimes
– as both -- cataloguer’s judgment or NACO policy
even if not breaking conflict
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
11
Language and script
• Title for a work in the language and script in
which it appears in the resource – RDA 5.4
– North America: in authorized and variant access
points: apply the alternative to give a
transliterated form
– For some languages (see LCPS 5.4), can also
give variant access points (MARC 4XX) in original
language/script in authority records
• Other attributes for a work or expression in the
language prescribed by RDA in chapter 6
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
12
Terminology
• Title of the work: “word, character, or group of
words and/or characters by which a work is known”
• Preferred title for the work:
– For current implementations = the form of title used when
constructing the authorized access point
• Variant title for the work:
– For current implementations = the form of title used when
constructing a variant access point (aka “see references”)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
13
Sources of information
• Sources for preferred title for work (RDA
6.2.2.2):
– For a work created after 1500: from resources
embodying the work or reference sources -looking for the most common form of the title
(process usually results in using the title proper
of the first manifestation received)
– For a work created before 1501: from modern
reference sources
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
14
Sources of information
• If the evidence of modern reference
sources is inconclusive for a work
created before 1501, use (in this order
of preference):
a) modern editions
b) early editions
c) manuscript copies
• All other elements for works and
expressions: any source
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
15
Works: Authorized access points
• RDA 6.27.1-RDA 6.27.1.8: how to put
together the elements to construct an
authorized point [with links back to
specific elements]
– Preferred title is the basis
– Authorized access point for the creator
preceding the preferred title as applicable
– Additions to the preferred title as instructed
under 6.27.1.9 (no priority order)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
16
Additions to the preferred title
(per RDA 6.27.1.9)
• 6.3: form of work *
• 6.4: date of the work *
• 6.5: place of origin of the work *
and/or
• 6.6: another distinguishing characteristic of
the work *
* = if need to distinguish
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
17
Preferred title for the work
• General instructions for any type of title in
RDA 6.2.1
• Specific instructions for preferred titles in
6.2.2:
–
–
–
–
–
–
parts (RDA 6.2.2.9)
compilations (RDA 6.2.2.10)
some musical works (RDA 6.14.2)
some legal works (RDA 6.19.2)
some religious works (RDA 6.23.2)
some official communications (RDA 6.26.2)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
18
Simultaneous publication:
different titles in same language
• Choose the preferred title based on
title of the resource first received (not
the resource published in the home
country)
U.K. volume received first: Walking in Britain
U.S. volume received later: Day walks in Britain
Preferred title = Walking in Britain
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
19
Simultaneous publication:
different titles/languages
• No longer a priority order of languages
– use title in resource first received
Serial published simultaneously in German and
English versions
German-language version received first
English-language version received later
Preferred title = title from German-language version
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
20
Preferred titles: parts of the
Bible (RDA 6.23.2.9)
• Refer to the Old and New Testaments by
their spelled-out forms (not “O.T.” and
“N.T.”)
• Omit the name of the testament in the
preferred title for individual books or
groups of books
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
21
Bible examples
130 $a Bible. $p New Testament
not 130 $a Bible. $p N.T.
130 $a Bible. $p Genesis
not 130 $a Bible. $p O.T. $p Genesis
130 $a Bible. $p Gospels
not 130 $a Bible. $p N.T. $p Gospels
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
22
Responsible entity related to work
(i.e., Creator)
• RDA 0.6.3 and RDA 6.27.1: when creating
the authorized access point for the work,
precede the preferred title for the work,
if appropriate,
by the authorized access point
representing the person, family, or
corporate body responsible for the
intellectual or artistic content of the work
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
23
Chapter 19: entity responsible
for a work
• Sources (RDA 19.1.1):
– Preferred sources of information (RDA
2.2.2)
– Other statements appearing prominently in
the resource
– Information appearing only in the content
– Other sources
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
24
Creator (RDA 19.2)
• Creator = “person, family, or corporate body
responsible for the creation of a work”
– If more than one, only the creator having principal
responsibility named first in resource is required
– If more than one and principal responsibility not
indicated, only the first-named creator is required
• Change from AACR2: no “rule of three” in
RDA to name the work by its preferred title
when there are more than three creators
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
25
Collaborative works
• For collaborative works, the creators may
perform the same or different roles (RDA 19.2.1)
– Choosing the first-named creator to name the work
may mean that the result is not the same as applying
the AACR2 rule due to the order of names on the
source
– Some exceptions not to use the first-named creator:
moving image resources (named by preferred title);
some resources involving both persons and corporate
bodies; most serials (per LCPS)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
26
Example: creators with principal
responsibility
100 $a Kulchyski, Peter.
245 $a The town that lost its name :$b the
impact of hydroelectric development on Grand
Rapids, Manitoba / $c by Peter Kulchyski and
Ramona Neckoway with the assistance of Gerald
McKay and Robert Buck.
*700 $a Neckoway, Ramona.
*700 $a McKay, Gerald.
*700 $a Buck, Robert.
* number of access points for other creators:
cataloguer judgment
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
27
Example: creators with no
principal responsibility indicated
100
245
*700
*700
*700
*700
$a Brown, Susan.
$a Architecture / $c by Susan Brown,
Melanie Carlson, Stephen Lindell,
Kevin Ott, and Janet Wilson.
$a Carlson, Melanie.
$a Lindell, Stephen.
$a Ott, Kevin.
$a Wilson, Janet.
* number of access points for other creators:
cataloguer judgment
AACR2 record: no 1XX field
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
28
Exercise #1
• Please refer to “Exercise #1” on your
Exercise Worksheet
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
29
Corporate body as creator
• Categories of works given in RDA 19.2.1.1
(similar to AACR2 21.1B2)
• Includes government and religious officials
for some categories of works
• Corporate body takes precedence over a
first-named person or family as creator
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
30
Compilation of works
• RDA: do not name the compilation by the first
work in the compilation as AACR2 does in
some situations, because doing so
misidentifies the compilation (a work of works)
• Can give authorized access points for each
work/expression
• If no collective title, alternative to devise a title
proper (cataloguer’s judgment)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
31
Preferred title for compilations of
one person, family, corporate
body
• RDA 6.2.2.10
• Categories:
– Complete works = use “Works”
– Complete works in a single form = use
term chosen by cataloguer
– Other compilations of two or more works in
same form or different forms = give
preferred title for each work but ...
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
32
Alternative: “Other compilations”
• Instead of or in addition to giving the
preferred title for each work, use a
conventional collective title, e.g.,:
– Works. Selections
– Posters. Selections
– Orchestra music. Selections
• For music conventional collective titles, see
RDA 6.14.2.8; for law, see RDA 6.19.2.5
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
33
Compilation: 2 works, same creator
AACR2 (uses 1st work; misidentifies compilation):
100 1# $a
240 10 $a
245 10 $a
Taylor.
505 0# $a
Education
700 12 $a
$t
Taylor, Drew, $d 1962Toronto at Dreamer’s Rock
Two one-act plays / $c Drew
Toronto at Dreamer’s Rock –
is our right.
Taylor, Drew, $d 1962Education is our right.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
34
Compilation: 2 works, same creator
RDA with alternative for conventional collective title:
100 1# $a Taylor, Drew, $d 1962240 10 $a Plays. $k Selections
245 10 $a Two one-act plays / $c Drew
Taylor.
505 0# $a Toronto at Dreamer’s Rock –
Education is our right.
700 12 $a Taylor, Drew $d 1962$t Toronto at Dreamer’s Rock.
*700 12 $a Taylor, Drew, $d 1962$t Education is our right.
* Not a core requirement but helpful to the user.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
35
Compilation of works by different
creators and no collective title
AACR2 (uses 1st work; misidentifies compilation):
100 1# $a Polk, Sharon.
240 10 $a Community band concerts
245 10 $a Community band concerts / $c Sharon
Polk. Fall harvest festivals / Terri
Swanson.
700 12 $a Swanson, Terri. $t Fall harvest
festivals.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
36
Compilation of works by different
creators and no collective title
RDA without alternative for devised title:
245 00 $a Community band concerts / $c Sharon
Polk. Fall harvest festivals / Terri
Swanson.
700 12 $a Polk, Sharon. $t Community band
concerts.
*700 12 $a Swanson, Terri. $t Fall harvest
festivals.
* This access point is not a core requirement.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
37
Compilation: different
expressions of the same work
AACR2: original + Spanish translation in
same resource:
041 1# $a eng $a spa $h eng
100 1# $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953240 10 $a Mail carrier. $l Spanish &
English
245 10 $a Mail carrier = $b El cartero /
$c JoAnn Early Macken.
246 31 $a Cartero
546 ## $a English and Spanish.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
38
Compilation: different
expressions of the same work
RDA:
041 1# $a eng $a spa $h eng
100 1# $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953245 10 $a Mail carrier = $b El cartero /
$c JoAnn Early Macken.
246 31 $a Cartero
546 ## $a English and Spanish.
700 12 $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953- $t Mail
carrier. $l English.
*700 12 $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953- $t Mail
carrier. $l Spanish
* this access point not a core requirement
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
39
Form of work (RDA 6.3)
• Scope = class or genre to which a work belongs
-- no controlled vocabulary
• Core if needed to differentiate a work
• Access point: added in parentheses to
preferred title for the work (subfielding will vary)
130 0# $a Ocean’s eleven (Motion picture)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
40
Date of work (RDA 6.4)
• Scope = “earliest date associated with a work”
– Date work was created, first published, or released
• Core if needed to differentiate a work
• Access point: added to preferred title for the
work (subfielding will vary)
130 0# $a Ocean’s eleven (Motion picture : 2001)
110 2# $a ACE Aviation (Firm).
$t Annual report (2005)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
41
Place of origin of the work (RDA 6.5)
• Scope = “country or other territorial jurisdiction
from which a work originated” (includes local
place)
• In authorized access point form (RDA ch. 16)
• Core if needed to differentiate a work
• Access point: added to preferred title for the
work (subfielding will vary)
130 0# $a Advocate (Fergus, Ont.)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
42
Other distinguishing characteristic of
the work (RDA 6.6)
• Scope = “a characteristic other than form of work,
date of work, or place of origin of the work that
serves to differentiate a work from another work or
from the name of a person, family, or corporate
body”
• Core if needed to differentiate …
• Access point: added to the preferred title for the
work (subfielding will vary)
130 #0 $a Research paper (JJ Society)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
43
History of the work (RDA 6.7)
• Scope = “information pertaining to the
history of a work”
• Not in authorized access point; most
likely to be in authority record but could
be in bibliographic record
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
44
Core elements for musical works
• More flexibility and expanded scope:
– Medium of performance (RDA 6.15)
– Numeric designation of a musical work (RDA
6.16)
– Key (RDA 6.17)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
45
Elements for expressions
Reminder: work is expressed through
language, sound, movement, etc.
and includes performances
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
46
Title of an expression?
• No! -- A separate form of title doesn’t
exist in the FRBR/FRAD models
• Instead (don’t worry!), build the access
point for an expression by adding
identifying attributes to the access point
for the work (RDA 5.5/5.6)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
47
Expressions: Authorized access
points
• RDA 6.27.3: how to put together the
elements to construct an authorized point
[with links back to specific elements]
– Authorized access point for the work is the
basis
– Additions to the authorized access point for
the work (no priority order)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
48
Additions to the authorized access
point for the work
• 6.9: content type *
• 6.10: date of the expression *
• 6.11: language of the expression *
and/or
• 6.12: another distinguishing characteristic
of the expression *
* = if need to distinguish
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
49
Content type (RDA 6.9)
• Scope = “fundamental form of communication in
which the content is expressed and the human
sense through which it is intended to be
perceived ...”
• Controlled vocabulary in RDA 6.9.1.3
• Not in access point, but may be in 336 of the
authority record
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
50
Date of expression (RDA 6.10)
• Scope = “earliest date associated with an
expression”
– May use date of the earliest manifestation
embodying the expression
• Core if needed to differentiate an expression of
a work from another expression of the same
work
• Access point: in subfield $f
100 1# $a Wilde, Oscar, $d 1854-1900.
$t Works. $f 2000
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
51
Language of expression (RDA 6.11)
• Scope = “language in which a work is
expressed”
• Use term(s) from the MARC 21 list of
languages
• Access point: subfield $l (not repeatable)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
52
Language of expression
• Careful: distinguish between
– a resource with one expression in more than
one language;
– a resource with two or more expressions of
the same work, each in different language(s)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
53
Resource with one expression
*041
100
240
245
*546
1#
1#
10
10
##
$a eng $h fre
$a Brunhoff, Jean de, $d 1899-1937.
$a Babar en famille. $l English
$a Babar and his children.
$a English translation of the
author’s original French work.
* MARC fields 041 and 546 are Language of the content
(RDA 7.12 -- see module 2).
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
54
No longer using “Polyglot”
• Term does not help user search and identify
specific languages; so:
– If separate expressions, name each expression
in separate authorized access points
– If multiple languages in one expression, list each
language (not “Polyglot”) if creating an
authorized access point
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
55
Multiple languages in one expression
• Example: a book of conference proceedings
with each paper in one of four languages:
English, French, German, and Spanish
240 $a Proceedings. $l English, French,
German, & Spanish
– Give languages of content in MARC 041
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
56
Multiple language expressions
245 00 $a Antigo Testamento Poliglota : $b
Hebraico, Grego, Português, Inglês.
546 ## $a Text in Greek, Hebrew, Portuguese, and
English in columns on facing pages.
*730 02 $a Bible. $p Old Testament. $l Hebrew …
730 02 $a Bible. $p Old Testament. $l Greek …
730 02 $a Bible. $p Old Testament. $l Portuguese …
730 02 $a Bible. $p Old Testament. $l English …
[AACR2: 130 0# $a Bible. $p O.T $l Polyglot …]
* Only the first 730 is required; others: cataloguer’s
judgment.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
57
Compilation: different
expressions of the same work
AACR2: original + Spanish translation in same resource:
041 1# $a eng $a spa $h eng
100 1# $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953240 10 $a Mail carrier. $l Spanish &
English
245 10 $a Mail carrier = $b El cartero /
$c JoAnn Early Macken.
246 31 $a Cartero
546 ## $a English and Spanish.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
58
Compilation: different expressions
of the same work
RDA:
041 1# $a eng $a spa $h eng
100 1# $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953245 10 $a Mail carrier = $b El cartero /
$c JoAnn Early Macken.
246 31 $a Cartero
546 ## $a English and Spanish.
700 12 $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953$t Mail carrier. $l English.
*700 12 $a Macken, JoAnn Early, $d 1953$t Mail carrier. $l Spanish.
* Not a core requirement but helpful to the user.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
59
Other distinguishing characteristic of
the expression (RDA 6.12)
• Scope = “a characteristic other than content type,
language of expression, or date of expression that
serves to differentiate an expression from another
expression of the same work”
• General instruction: RDA 6.12
– Musical works (RDA 6.18)
– Religious works (RDA 6.23)
– Selections/excerpts from a larger work (RDA 6.12.1.4)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
60
Other distinguishing
characteristic of the expression
• Core if needed to differentiate an expression of a
work from another expression of the same work
• Access point: added to the authorized access
point for the work
• Some characteristics have their own subfields in
access point:
– subfield $k for “Selections”
– subfield $o for musical works (e.g., “arranged”)
– subfield $s for versions of the Bible, etc.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
61
Other distinguishing ... expression
130 #0 $a Nutcracker (Choreographic work :
Baryshnikov)
100 1# $a Dickens, Charles, $d 1812-1870.
240 10 $a Oliver Twist. $k Selections
100 1# $a Schubert, Franz, $d 1797-1828.
240 10 $a Songs, $k Selections; $o arranged
130 #0 $a Bible. $l English. $s Authorized.
$f 2004
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
62
Variant access points for works
and expressions (RDA 6.27.4)
• In authority records per library policy or
cataloguer judgment – if important for user to
find or identify
• May be based on a variant title
• May be just a preferred title if authorized access
point is a name/preferred title or vice versa
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
63
Examples: variant access points
130 $a Traditional music from Thailand
430 $a Thailand’s traditional music
130 $a Series on accounting practices
410 $a National Accounting Society.
$t Series on accounting practices
100 $a
$t
400 $a
$t
Lindgren, Astrid, $d 1907-2002.
Pippi Långstrump. $l English
Lindgren, Astrid, $d 1907-2002.
Pippi Longstocking
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
64
Other changes from AACR2
1) Can give language of expression for a motion
picture with subtitles (RDA 6.11.1.4)
2) Don’t abbreviate months used in preferred titles
for treaties (no abbreviations for months in
appendix B)
3) When using the name of a translator to identify a
version of the Bible and there are more than two,
use “and others” rather than “et al.” (RDA
6.25.1.4)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
65
Other changes from AACR2
4) A theological creed, confession of faith, etc.,
does not need to be accepted by one or more
denominational bodies (RDA 6.30.1.4)
5) Possible to have a person as creator for some
sacred scriptures (RDA 6.30.1.2)
6) Use “manuscript” rather than abbreviation
“ms.” (RDA 6.30.4)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
66
Other changes from AACR2
7) No limit on number of authorized access points
for collections of works by different persons,
families, or corporate bodies
8) Librettos now are acknowledged as texts, not
musical works; Variant access point in the
name authority record for librettos: authorized
access point for the musical work plus Libretto,
Text, etc. (RDA 6.27.4.2)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
67
Other changes from AACR2
9) Performer(s) can be creator(s) if performances
of musical works involved “substantial creative
responsibility for adaptation, improvisation, etc.”
10) Variant access point in name authority records
for cadenzas: authorized access point for the
related work plus Cadenza (RDA 6.28.4.2)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
68
Other changes from AACR2
11)“arranged,” accompaniment,” and
“unaccompanied” aren’t abbreviated when added
to access points for musical works
12)Generally, for treaties, the first-named signatory
is used when creating the authorized access
point for the treaty regardless of the number of
signatories (no more “rule of 3”); the choice also
is no longer based on English alphabetic order of
the authorized access point for the signatory
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
69
Relationships
• Chapters 19 and 20 cover the relationships
between people, families, and corporate bodies,
and works and expressions. Examples:
– Michelle Duval is the author of The work of childrearing
– Johann Sebastian Bach composed The Goldberg
variations
• RDA includes four appendices for relationships
between various types of entities
– Appendix I covers relationships between a resource
and persons, families, or corporate bodies
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
70
Core Relationships
• In RDA, most relationships between works or
expressions, and persons, families, or
corporate bodies, are not core and are
therefore optional. Exceptions:
– The primary or first-named creator of a resource
– Other person, family, or corporate body
associated with a work, if they’re part of the
authorized access point representing the work
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
71
Relationship Designators
• You may also explicitly designate the
nature of the relationship, e.g.:
– author
– illustrator
– translator
– editor
• Doing this is optional according to
cataloguer judgment
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
72
Relationship Designators:
$e or $4
• Both the $e and $4 subfield are defined
in MARC 21 for recording relationship
designations, so which should you use?
• Either are okay, but LC doesn’t use $4
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
73
Creators: relationship designators
(appendix I.2)
100 1# $a Mankell, Henning, $d 1948- $e author.
100 1# $a Gould, Glenn, $d 1932-1982,
$e composer.
100 1# $a Dali, Salvador, $d 1904-1989,
$e artist.
110 1# $a Virginia, $e enacting jurisdiction.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
74
MARC changes for
RDA authority records
• How to tell than an authority record is
RDA:
– 008/10: value z (Other)
– 040 $a ___ $b ___ $c ___ $e rda
• Examples of RDA authority records for
works and expressions in separate
handout
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
75
New fields in MARC 21
authority format
Cataloguer’s judgment or library policy to include
any of these separate fields in authority records
• 046: Special coded dates
$k: For works or expressions, the date it was
created (or first year in a range)
$l: Last year in a range
• 370: Associated place
$g: Place of origin of work
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
76
More new authority fields
• 380: Form of work
• 381: Other distinguishing characteristics of
work or expression
• 382: Medium of performance
• 383: Numeric designation of a musical work
• 384: Key
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
77
More information on new fields in
the MARC 21 authority format
• PCC interim practice on new fields:
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/pcc/RDA%20in%20NAR
s-SARs_PCC.pdf
• Examples of authority records:
http://loc.gov/aba/rda/training_examples.html
• MARC 21 Format for Authority Data:
http://www.loc.gov/marc/authority/ecadhome.html
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
78
Exercise #2
• Please refer to Exercise #25 on your
Exercise Worksheet
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
79
Content Attributes
• Recording the attributes of works and expressions
associated with the intellectual or artistic content of a
resource
• User task: when selecting a resource based on
content
• Sources of information: resource itself; for some
elements, any source
• Elements recorded in the bibliographic record but not
in authorized access points
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
80
Brenndorfer’s Step 5
5. Consider the content of the book again.
Record the content characteristics that would help
people in selecting this particular book. Use nature of
contents, coverage of contents, intended audience,
summary of content, illustrative content, details of
language used to express contents, supplementary
material (index, bibliography), colour content, awards,
etc.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
81
Sample Content Attributes
• Nature of content 008/24-27; 500
– E.g., Field recording of birdsong
• Intended audience
008/22; 521
– E.g., For children aged 7–9
• Dissertation or thesis information
502
– E.g., Ph.D., University of Toronto, 2010
• Illustrative content
008/18-21; 300 $b
– E.g., illustrations
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
82
LC Core Elements – Pt. 1
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Latitude and longitude for cartographic content
Intended audience for resources for children
Dissertation or thesis information
Summarization of content for children’s fiction
Language of content
Form of notation (for certain scripts)
Form of musical notation
Illustrative content for resources for children
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
83
LC Core Elements – Pt. 2
• Supplementary content for indexes and
bibliographies in monographs
• Format of notated music
• Medium of performance of musical content
• Duration
• Additional scale information
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
84
Intended audience (RDA 7.7)
• Intended audience is the class of user for which the
content of a resource is intended, or for whom the
content is considered suitable, as defined by age
group (RDA 7.7.1.1)
• Record the intended audience for the content if the
information is stated on the resource or is readily
available from another source and is considered to
be important for identification or selection (e.g., if the
resource is designed for use by persons with
disabilities). (RDA 7.7.1.3)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
85
Example: Intended Audience
• Stella, Star of the Sea
245 10 $a Stella, star of the sea /$c MarieLouise Gay.
260 ## $a Toronto: |b Douglas & McIntyre, |c
[1999], ©1999.
521 ## $a For children aged 3–7.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
86
Summarization of the content
(RDA 7.10)
• Summarization of content is an abstract, summary,
synopsis, etc. of the content of a resource. (RDA
7.10.1)
• Provide a brief objective summary of the content of
the resource if it is considered to be important for
identification or selection (e.g., for audiovisual
resources or for resources designed for use by
persons with disabilities) and sufficient information is
not provided in another part of the description. (RDA
7.10.1.3)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
87
Example: Summarization of
content
• Stella, Star of the Sea
245 10 $a Stella, star of the sea /$c MarieLouise Gay.
260 ## $a Toronto: |b Douglas & McIntyre, |c
[1999], ©1999.
520 ## $a Stella and her little brother are
spending the day at the beach. Stella
answers all Sam’s questions and tries to
coax him into the water.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
88
Illustrative content (RDA
7.15.1)
• Illustrative content is content designed to illustrate the
primary content of the resource. (RDA 7.15.1.1)
• If the resource contains illustrative content,
record illustration or illustrations, as appropriate.
Tables containing only words and/or numbers are not
considered as illustrative content. Disregard
illustrated title pages, etc., and minor illustrations.
(RDA 7.15.1.3)
• Record details of the illustrative content if they are
considered to be important for identification or
selection. (RDA 7.15.1.4)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
89
Example: Illustrative content
• Stella, Star of the Sea
245 10 $a Stella, star of the sea /$c MarieLouise Gay.
260 ## $a Toronto: |b Douglas & McIntyre, |c
[1999], ©1999.
300 ## $a 32 pages :$b illustrations
; $c 24 cm.
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
90
Supplementary content (RDA
7.16)
• Supplementary content is content (e.g. an index, a
bibliography, an appendix) designed to supplement
the primary content of a resource (RDA 7.16.1)
• If the resource contains supplementary content,
record the nature of that content (i.e., its type, extent,
location within the resource, etc.), if it is considered
important for identification or selection. (RDA 7.16.3)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
91
Example: Supplementary
content
•
The Strategic Training Initiative in Community Supervision: Risk-NeedResponsivity in the Real World
245 04 $a The Strategic Training Initiative in Community Supervision :$b riskneed-responsivity in the real world /$c James Bonta [and six others].
260 ## $a Ottawa :$b Public Safety Canada,$c 2010.
300 ## $a 1 online resource (17 pages).
336 ## $a text $2 rdacontent
337 ## $a computer 42 rdamedia
338 ## $a online resource $2 rdacarrier
490 1# $a Corrections research, user report ;$v 2010-01
504 ## $a Includes bibliographical references.
856 40 4u http://dsp-psd.pwgsc.gc.ca/collections/collection_2010/sp-ps/PS31-2010-1-eng.pdf
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
92
Awards (RDA 7.28)
• An award is a formal recognition of excellence, etc.,
for the content of a resource given by an award- or
prize-granting body. (RDA 7.28.1)
• Record information on awards if considered to be
important. (RDA 7.28.1.3)
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
93
Example: Awards
• Stella, Star of the Sea
245 10 $a Stella, star of the sea /$c
Marie-Louise Gay.
260 ## $a Toronto: |b Douglas &
McIntyre, |c [1999], ©1999.
586 ## $a 2000 Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz
Award winner
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
94
Exercise #3
• Please refer to Exercise #3 on your
Exercise Worksheet
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
95
References
• LC RDA Training Site (includes all
documents used in this presentation
and LC Training Handouts, see also
acknowledgements on this presentation
and on the handouts)
http://www.loc.gov/aba/rda/training_m
odules.html
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
96
References
• RDA Toolkit and print edition:
http://access.rdatoolkit.org/
• LC RDA Website (including all training modules specified on the
acknowledgement slide)
http://www.loc.gov/aba/rda/index.html
• RDA in MARC
http://www.loc.gov/marc/RDAinMARC29-9-12-11.html
• RDA presentations by Thomas Brenndorfer and Marcia Salmon as
acknowledged on applicable slides:
http://rdaincanada.wikispaces.com/presentations
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
97
References
Examples of RDA Authority records:
http://www.rdajsc.org/docs/6JSC_RDA_Complete_Examples_(A
uthority).pdf
http://www.loc.gov/aba/rda/training_examples.htm
l
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
98
Other RDA Training Resources
• “Selected Readings and Resources” in Chris
Oliver’s Introducing RDA: a guide to the basics.
Chicago : ALA Editions, 2010.
• The Testing Resource Description and Access
(RDA) website at
http://www.loc.gov/bibliographicfuture/rda/index.html
RDA Module - Works/Expressions
99

similar documents