Resource Description and Access Happy Fun Time Companion


"The catalogers at the State Library of Pennsylvania (PHA) have created eleven (11) RDA records on WorldCAT. Using "Cataloging source" in the search drop down box in WorldCAT, enter dx:rda. This search will retrieve PHA's eleven records..."


Link to: Library of Congress. RDA Example Set


Link to Dennis Hopper's Pocket Guide to FRBR Entities



Link to: Library of Congress Policy Statements

See: Books 2. RDA. LC core elements only + alternative to use found capitalization

Link to: LC Train-the-Trainer Webcasts

"Train-the-Trainer" Sessions

"...We are pleased to present the Webcasts from an all-day “Train-the-Trainer” session that was offered at Northeastern University’s Snell Library on Jan. 15, 2010, in conjunction with the American Library Association Midwinter Meeting.  Under the auspices of the Library of Congress, National Agricultural Library, and National Library of Medicine, the Train-the-Trainer session was presented to key staff of the 26 institutions that will be formal participants in the US National Libraries RDA Test.

The instructors were Barbara Tillett, Ph. D., chief of the Library of Congress Policy and Standards Division and the Library of Congress representative to the Joint Steering Committee for Development of RDA, and Judith Kuhagen, senior policy specialist in the Library of Congress Policy and Standards Division. ..." -- Library of Congress Train-the-Trainer Webpage


An Irresistible Ketchup and Fries Moment
Diane Hillmann's Code4Lib 2011 Keynote.

No generous words of approval for the hard work of the formal testers here.
Reviewer Jeffrey Beall writes..."The talk started, ironically, with about ten minutes of technical problems. Hillmann could not get the laptop to display her slides, and typically, she blamed it on someone else; in this case, she appealed to the gallery and blamed the failure on the Windows operating system." -- Connect to Review


Link to: RDA Changes From AACR2 For Texts

All Things Barbara Tillett

As the United States begins to prepare to test the new cataloging code, RDA: Resource Description and Access, this presentation explores the changes from AACR2 (Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd ed.) that the new code brings. The focus of this presentation is a brief overview of the changed instructions for cataloging textual materials. The presentation lasts 41 minutes, and the Q&A session afterward runs 35 minutes.

RDA Changes From AACR2 For Texts

This 2009 webcast is intended to present basic concepts and benefits of using the FRBR conceptual model (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) in resource discovery systems.
FRBR: Things You Should Know, But Were Afraid to Ask

This 2008 webcast provides background on the development of RDA and a general overview of the conceptual models, international principles, and structure of this new code.
Resource Description and Access: Background / Overview

The second in a webcast series on RDA: Resource Description and Access, the next generation cataloging code designed for the digital environment. This presentation deals with the cataloging principles that have influenced the development of RDA; the challenges they present to the international sharing of bibliographic and authority data; and the challenges they present to the developers of RDA.
Cataloging Principles and RDA: Resource Description and Access


 












Columbia's Rick Block has done it again ... following on his wildly successful RDA: Boondoggle or Boon?, critics rave "... The Battle of RDA is emotionally blistering … riveting … menacing … stunning … explodes like a series of hand grenades tossed at random …"

Link to: The Battle of RDA: Victors or Victims



Learn the Lingo
  • FRBR and FRAD "attributes" are "elements" in RDA.
  • A Group 1 entity -- item/book -- is sometimes known as a "door prop."
  • "Heading" (AACR2) is "Authorized access point" in RDA.
  • "Author, composer, etc." is "Creator" in RDA.
  • "Main entry" is "Preferred title" plus "Authorized access point" for "Creator," if appropriate (RDA).
  • "Uniform title" is 1) "Preferred title" (plus other information to differentiate), 2) "Conventional collective title" (RDA).
  • "See reference" is "Variant access point" in RDA.
  • "See also reference" is "Authorized access point for related entry" in RDA.
  • "Physical description" is "Carrier description" in RDA.
  • "Chief source" is "Preferred sources" in RDA.


FRBR Family of Works/Deconstruction

1. Original Work -- Same Expression. Equivalent. Microform reproduction; Copy; Exact Reproduction; Facsimile; Reprint.

2. Same Work -- New Expression. Derivative. Edition; Simultaneous "Publication"; Abridged Edition; Revision; Illustrated Edition; Translation; Expurgated Edition; Variations or Versions; Arrangement; Slight Modifications.

3. New Work. Derivative. Free Translation; Summary, Abstract, Digest; Dramatization, Novelization, Screenplay; Libretto; Change of Genre; Parody, Imitation; Same Style or Thematic Content; Adaptation.

4. New Work. Descriptive. Review; Casebook; Criticism; Evaluation; Annotated Edition; Commentary.

 


 





RDA-L Sign Up
RDA-L is an electronic forum for discussion of RDA. The purpose of this listserv is to facilitate informal discussion on RDA : Resource Description and Access. This listserv is an initiative of the Joint Steering Committee for Development of RDA (JSC) and is hosted by Library and Archives Canada. More...


RDA Work Pages in WorldCat
OCLC Research has been experimenting to see what data is available for display in a consolidated way at the work level. See a sample set of pages here, and some background detail here [pdf].


Look Before You Leap: Taking RDA for a Test Drive

ALA 2009 Panel Presentation Sponsored by ALCTS RDA Implementation Task Force

Tom Delsey, editor of RDA. Comparing RDA and AACR2. [pdf]
Sally McCallum (Library of Congress). MARC in RDA [pdf]
Barbara Bushman (National Library of Medicine). Testing RDA.[pdf]











Reenactment of Gilbert&George's The Singing Sculpture : Synthetic Performance in Second Life 2007 / Eva and Franco Mattes aka 0100101110101101.ORG

Link to Catalog Record

"Eva and Franco Mattes's Synthetic Performances was produced as part of Performa 07, last fall's biennial of performance art in New York. But the artwork involved no live action, no stage, no human spectacle. While the Italian couple and their director, Paolo Ruffino, sat in the back at SoHo's Artists Space silently manning laptops, about 60 downtown types filed into the gallery and seated themselves before a ten-foot projection screen. Most of the audience, however, was dispersed around the world, sitting in front of their own computer screens. It was their unscripted actions that added the unexpected to the evening of classic performance-art reenactments. The action was taking place in Second Life, a network-based virtual world where anyone with a little tech savvy can download a program and create an "avatar" whose interactions with other avatars have much of the excitement, discomfort, and unpredictability of real-world encounters."--Rachel Wolff. ArtNews. February 2008




Content, Media and Carrier (336, 337, 338)

110 2# $a
Pandit, Korla
245 14 $a The grand moghul suite : $b the universal language of music, vol. 1 / $c Korla Pandit
336 ## $a
performed music $2 marccontent
336 ## $a two-dimensional moving image $2 marccontent
336 ## $a
text $2 marccontent $3 liner notes
337 ## $a audio $2 marcmedia
337 ## $a video $2 marcmedia
337 ## $a unmediated $2 marcmedia $3 liner notes
338 ## $a audio disc $2 marccarrier
338 ## $a video disc $2 marccarrier
338 ## $a sheet $2 marccarrier $3 liner notes

Link to: MARC21 Bibliographic Field 336
Link to: MARC21 Bibliographic Field 337
Link to: MARC21 Bibliographic Field 338

Dissertation Note (502$b$c$d$g$o)

502 ## $g Karl Schmidt's thesis $b Doctoral $c Ludwig-Maximillians-Universität, Munich $d 1965 $o U 58.4033

502 ## $b M.A. $c McGill University $d 1972 $g Inaugural thesis

Link to: MARC21 Bibliographic Field 502


Relationship Designators (7xx$i)

 
100 1# $a Saul, Peter, $d 1934-
245 10 $a Death of Sardanapalus #2
700 10 $i parody of (work) $a Delacroix,
Eugène, $d 1798-1863. $t Death of Sardanapalus


100 1# $a Saul, Peter, $d 1934-
245 10 $a Donald Duck on a toilet descending a soft watch
700 10 $i parody of (work) $a Duchamp, Marcel, $d 1887-1968. $t Nude descending a staircase (No. 2)
700 10 $i parody of (work) $a Dalí, Salvador, $d 1904-1989. $t Persistence of memory
700 10 $i parody of (work) $a Dalí, Salvador, $d 1904-1989. $t Soft watch at the moment of first explosion
 
100 1# $a Saul, Peter, $d 1934-
245 10 $a Soft watch with acne
700 10 $i parody of (work) $a Dalí, Salvador, $d 1904-1989. $t Persistence of memory
 
100 1# $a Saul, Peter, $d 1934-
245 10 $a Double de Kooning
700 10 $i parody of (work) $a De Kooning, Willem, $d 1904-1997. $t Two women
 
700 1# $a Hecht, Ben, $d1893-1964, $e film director, $e film producer

245 00 $a Triumph : $b for concert band / $c by Michael Tippett.
500 ## $a “A paraphrase of music from The
mask of time.” ISWC T-010.304.108-2.
700 1# $i paraphrase of (work) $a Tippett, Michael, $d 1905-1998. $t Mask of time

Link to: H.H. Bennett Collection at the Clark
 
245 10 $aItems relating to the photographic publishing of H.H. Bennett, Kilbourn City, Wisconsin, Series II
300 ## $a1 photographic print :$bgelatin silver ;$c12 x 14.5 cm
300 ## $a1 cabinet card (photographic prints) :$balbumen ;$c16.5 x 11 cm
300 ## $a10 stereographs (photographic prints) :|balbumen ;$c11 x 18 cm. or smaller
774 08 $iContains (work) $1[6]$oHAN.004.b1114712x.001.0006.tif.$7p1kd
$aBennett, H. H. (Henry Hamilton), 1843-1908.$tWanderings among the wonders and beauties of western scenery : among the bluff scenery of the Upper Mississippi. 1541. Red House Bluff at Iowa River Bridge / published and for sale by H.H. Bennett, Kilbourn City, Wis.$d[Kilbourn, Wis. : H.H. Bennett, 1870-1880]$mStereograph.$h10.5 x 18 cm.$nNo. [6]


110 2# $aWarren & Wetmore
240 10 $aCommodore Hotel, 125 East 42nd Street (New York, N.Y.)
245 1# $aHotel Commodore for the New York State Realty & Terminal Co., N.W. Cor. 42nd Street & Lexington Ave :$b[working drawings] :$nJob no. 758 /$cWarren & Wetmore, Archt's
300 ## $a9 photomechanical reproductions :$bblueprints on cloth or paper ;$c109.2 x 165.3 cm. (43 x 65 1/8 in.) or smaller
774 08 $iContains (work) $1 [1] $o NYDA.1952.001.00246. $t First bedroom floor [with details of windows] : $n No. 9., $d Last revised 1917.
245 00 $a Pride and Prejudice and Zombies / $c 
by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith
260 ## $a Philadelphia : $b Quirk Books ; $a San
Francisco : $b distributed in North America by
Chronicle Books, $c 2009
700 10 $i parody of (work) $a Austen, Jane,
$d 1775-1817 $t Pride and prejudice
New MARC Fields in Authority 
Records
040 ## $aMWiCA$cMWiCA$erda
(Extra) Special Coded Dates (046)
046 ## $f 1931  
100 1# $a
Munro, Alice, $d 1931-
046 ## $f 1899 $g 1961  
100 1# $a Hemingway, Ernest, $d 1899-1961
046 ## $f 1831?
100 1# $a Smith, James, $d born 1831?
046 ## $f 19360505
100 1# $a Smith, John, $d 1936 May 5-
046 ## $s 1977
110 2# $a Double Image (Musical group : 1977-)
046 ## $s 1989
110 2# $a Double Image (Musical group : 1989-)
046 ## $s 1925 $t 1979
100 3# $a Pahlavi (Dynasty : 1925-1979)
MARC Content Type (336)
336 ## $aperformed music$2marccontent
336 ## $atwo-dimensional moving image

$b
tdi$2marccontent

336 ## $bprm$2marccontent
336 ## $btxt$2marccontent$3liner notes

Associated Place (370)
100 1# $aSchwitters, Kurt,$d1887-1948
370 ## $aHannover, Germany$bLittle Langdale,
England
370 ## $eDresden, Germany$s1909$t1914
370 ## $eHannover, Germany$s1915?$t1936?
370 ## $eLysaker, Norway
$s1937$t1940
370 ## $eIsle of Man$s1940$t1941
370 ## $eLondon, England
$s1941$t1945
370 ## $eLittle Langdale, England$s1945$t1948

100 1# $aSinger, Isaac Bashevis,$d1904-1991
370 ## $aRadzimyn, Poland$bSurfside, Fla., USA
100 1# $aHemingway, Ernest,$d1899-1961
370 ## $aOak Park,Ill.$bKetchum, Idaho$eOak
Park, Ill.$eToronto, Ont.$eChicago, Ill.$eParis,
France$eKey West, Fla.$eCuba$eKetchum,
Idaho
100 3# $aYan (Family)
370 ## $ePagsanjan, Philippines
110 2# $aRepublican Party (Calif.)
370 ## $eCalif
130 #0 $aAdvocate (Boise, Idaho)
370 ## $gBoise, Idaho
130 #0 $aAdvocate (Nairobi, Kenya)
370 ## $gNairobi, Kenya
100 1# $aOndaatje, Michael,$d1943-
370 ## $aColombo, Sri Lanka
370 ## $eEngland$s1954$t1962
370 ## $cCanada$eCanada$s1962
Address (371)
100 1# $aSmith, Arthur
371 ## $aBox 1216$bBarrière$dCanada

$e
V0E 1E0
110 2# $aWilliam Herschel Society
371 ## $aHerschel House$a19 New King Street
$bBath$dEngland$eBA1 2BL
110 ## Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
371 ## $a225 South Street$bWilliamstown$cMA
$dUnited States$e01267
110 ## Wagner Free Institute of Science
371 ## $a1700 West Montgomery Avenue
$bPhiladelphia$cPA$dUnited States$e19121
 
Field of Activity (372)
100 1# $aHudson, David$cdidjeridu player
372 ## $adidjeridu player

110 2# $aNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization
372 ## $aThe North Atlantic Treaty
Organization (NATO) is a political and military
alliance of 26 countries from North America and
Europe committed to fulfilling the goals of the
North Atlantic Treaty signed on 4 April 1949

Link to: MARC21 Authority Field 372
Affiliation (373)
100 1# $aFeynman, Richard Phillips
373 ## $aDepartment of Physics. University of
Wisconsin-Madison
$s1942$t1945
373 ## $aDepartment of Physics. Cornell
University
$s1945$t1950
373 ## $aPhysics Department. California
Institute of Technology
$s1951$t1988

100 1# $aAshton, John
373 ## $aFaculty of Biological Science, Leeds
University$s2000$t2005
373 ## $aFaculty of Life Science, Manchester
University$s2005
Link to: MARC21 Authority Field 373
Occupation (374)
374 ## $acomposer$2[code for controlled 
vocabulary]
374 ## $ahousehusband$2aat
374 ## $amilitary historian$2aat
374 ## $a
phenomenologist$2aat
Gender (375)
100 1# $aMorris, Jan,$d1926-
400 1# $wnne$aMorris, James,$d1926-
670 ## $aAuthor's Conundrum, 1974
375 ## $amale$s1926$2iso5218
375 ## $afemale$s1972?$2iso5218
Family Information (376)
046 ## $s1925$t1979
100 3# $aPahlavi (Dynasty : $d1925-1979)
376 ## $aDynasty
046 ## $s1529$t1739
100 3# $aNayak (Dynasty :$cMadurai, India)
370 ## $fMadurai, India
376 ## $aDynasty
100 3# $aMedici (Royal house : $gMedici, 
Lorenzo de', 1449-1492)
376 ## $aRoyal house$bMedici, Lorenzo de',
1449-1492
100 3# $aDenney (Family : $gDenny, Anthony, 
1501-1549)
376 ## $aFamily$bDenny, Anthony, 1501-1549
100 3# $aDenney (Family : $gDenny, Arthur 
Armstrong, 1822-1899)
376 ## $aFamily$bDenny, Arthur Armstrong,
1822-1899
100 3# $a$aYan (Family : China)
370 ## $cChina
376 ## $aFamily
100 3# $aCholmley (Family)
400 3# $aCholmeley (Family)
400 3# $aCholmondeley (Family)
376 ## $aFamily$cMarquesses of Cholmondeley
376 ## $aFamily$cDukes of Cholmondeley
Associated Language (377)
100 1# $aNabokov, Vladimir,$d1869-1922
377 ## $arus$aeng
110 2# $aCanadian Standards Association
377 ## $aeng$afre
377 #7 $aen$afr$2iso639-1
Form of Work (380)
100 1# $aBarney, Matthew.$tCremaster cycle
380 ## $aMotion picture

100 1# $aWilder, Thornton,$d1897-1975.$tOur 
town
380 ## $aPlay
130 #0 $aCinderella (Choreographic work)
380 ## $aChoreographic work
130 #0 $aWar of the worlds (Television 
program)
380 ## $aTelevision program
Let's take a look at MARC21 Coding (Proposed LC Practice)...


Bibliographic Format
: LC will continue to supply ISBD punctuation; LC will not use the bibliographic format when creating records for works and expressions.

1.  Leader/06 (Type of Record). Continue to code for primary content.
2.  Leader/07 (Bibliographic level). Use value "m" for both "single unit" and "multipart monograph" when recording RDA Mode of issuance
3.  Leader/18 (Descriptive cataloging form). Use value "i" (ISBD)
4.  006 (Additional material characteristics). Continue to code when needed.
5.  007 (Physical description fixed field). New values as appropriate. See MARC 007 Code List
6.  008 (Fixed-length data elements). Use new values as appropriate. Note: If a copyright date is recorded in the 260$c of a single-part monograph or other resource published in a single year: Code 008/06 as "t"; give publication date in 008/07-10; give copyright date in 008/11-14
7.  033 (Date/Time, and place of event). Will appear in MARC Update 11. No decision. See MARC Proposal No. 2010-03 for discussion.
8.  040$e (Description conventions). Give value "rda"
9.  100-111$e (R) (Relationship designator). Give RDA Appendix I term.


10. 100-111$4 (R) (Relator code). Do not give.
11. 260$c (Copyright date). Give in same subfield, preceded by a comma, after the publication/distribution date or after the statement "[date of ____ not identified]"
12. 336$a (R) (Content type term). Give; repeat as needed. If more than one content type is appropriate, either repeat subfield $a or repeat the field; if the terms are not from the same vocabulary, repeat the field.
13. 336$b (R). Do not give.
14. 336$2 (NR) (Content type source).  If term in subfield $a is from RDA 6.9, give "marccontent"
15.  336$3 (NR) (Content type materials specified).  Give if appropriate.
16. 337$a (R) (Media type term).  Cataloger's judgment.  If more than one media type is appropriate, either repeat subfield $a or repeat the field; if the terms are not from the same vocabulary, repeat the field.
17. 337$b (R) (Media type code). Do not give.
18. 337$2 (NR) (Media type source). If term in subfield $a is from RDA 3.2, give "marcmedia"
19. 337$3 (NR) (Media type materials specified). Give if appropriate.
20. 338$a (R) (Carrier type term). Give, repeat as needed. If more than one carrier type is appropriate, either repeat subfield $a or repeat the field; if the terms are not from the same vocabulary, repeat the field.
21. 338$b (R) (Carrier type code). Do not give.
22. 338$2 (NR) (Carrier type source). If term in subfield $a is from RDA 3.3, give "marccarrier"
23. 338$3 (NR) (Carrier type materials specified). Give if appropriate.


24. 380 (NR) (Form of work). Will appear in MARC Update 11. No decision. See full description in MARC Proposal No. 2010-04
25. 381 (R) (Other distinguishing characteristic of the work/... of the expression). Will appear in MARC Update 11. No decision. See full description in MARC Proposal No. 2010-04
26. 490$x (R) (ISSN). Give only once for subseries if present; if not present for subseries, give for main series.
27. 502 (R) (Dissertation). Use subfields $b, $c, $d, $g and $o if specific information is available. If that specific information is not available, use 500 field rather than 502$a.
28. 507$a (Scale note for graphic material). Give term "Scale" at beginning of subfield if not already part of the content.
29. 518 (Date/Time and place of an event note). Will appear in MARC Update 11. No decision.
30. 533 (Reproduction note). Will appear in MARC Update 11. No decision.
31. 534 (Original version note). Will appear in MARC Update 11. No decision.
32. 588 (R) (Source of description). Give information about issue, part, or iteration used for description; date online resource was viewed; ONIX information used.
33. 700-730$0 (R) (Authority record control number). Do not use.
34. 700-711$e (R) (Relationship designator (term)). Give RDA Appendix I term.
35. 700-711$4 (R) (Relator code). Do not give.
36. 700-730$i (R) (Relationship designator (phrase)). Give RDA Appendix J term. Give subfield $i as the first subfield.
37. 76X-78X$i (R) (Relationship information). Give RDA Appendix J term. Give subfield $i as the first subfield.
38. 76X-78X$4 (R) (Relationship code). Do not give.
39. 776 (Additional physical form entry). No decision.
40. 8XX$x (Series added entry's ISSN). Does not apply.


Authority Format: LC will use the authority format when creating records for works and expressions.

1.  008/10 (Descriptive cataloging rules). Use value "z" (Other). [A value is not defined for RDA]
2.  040$e (Descriptive conventions). Give; use value "rda"
3.  046$f (NR) (Special coded dates: birth date). Give if readily available.
4.  046$g (NR) (Special coded dates: death date). Give if readily available.
5.  046$k (NR) (Beginning or single date created). No decision.
6.  046$l (NR) (Ending date created). No decision)
7.  046$s (NR) (Special coded dates: start period). Give if readily available. Includes "Period of activity" for persons.
8.  046$t (NR) (Special coded dates: end period). Give if readily available.
9.  046$v (R) (Special coded dates: source of information). Give information here or in 670 field, whichever is most efficient. (If given here, information is only the source, not what was found in the source)
10. 046$2 (NR) (Special coded dates: source of date scheme). Give if needed. [Table being prepared in PSD on the EDTF standard]
11. 100-111$e (R) (Relator term). Applies only to name/title access points. Give RDA Appendix I term according to LC policy for these relationships.
12. 336$a (R) (Content type term). Applies only to title or name/title authority records. Give; repeat as needed. If more than one content type is appropriate, either repeat subfield $a or repeat the field; if the terms are not from the same vocabulary, repeat the field.
13. 336$b (R) (Content type code). Do not give if using a term rather than a code.
14. 336$2 (NR) (Content type source). If a term in subfield $a is from RDA 6.9, give "marccontent"
15. 336$3 (NR) (Content type materials specified). Give if appropriate.
16. 370 (R) (Associated place). Do not give $0. Give other subfields, as applicable, if readily available. For places, give the authorized access point form. Subfield $v: Give information here, in subfield $u, or in 670 field, whichever is most efficient. (If given here, information is only the source, not what was found in the source.) [See MARC21 Field 370 documentation for description of subfields]
17. 371 (R) (Address). Do not give subfield $4. Give other subfields, as applicable, if readily available. Subfield $v: Give information here, in subfield $u, or in 670 field, whichever is most efficient. (If given here, information is only the source, not what was found in the source.) [See MARC21 Field 371 for description of subfields]
18. 372 (R) (Field of activity). Do not give subfield $0. Give other subfields, as applicable, if readily available. Subfield $v: Give information here, in subfield $u, or in 670 field, whichever is most efficient. (If given here, information is only the source, not what was found in the source.) [See MARC21 Field 372 for description of subfields]
19. 373 (R) (Affiliation). Do not give subfield $0. Give other subfields, as applicable, if readily available. Subfield $v: Give information here, in subfield $u, or in 670 field, whichever is most efficient. (If given here, information is only the source, not what was found in the source.) [See MARC21 Field 373 for description of subfields]
20. 374 (R) (Occupation). Do not give subfield $0. Give other subfields, as applicable, if readily available. Subfield $v: Give information here, in subfield $u, or in 670 field, whichever is most efficient. (If given here, information is only the source, not what was found in the source.) [See MARC21 Field 374 for description of subfields]
21. 375 (R) (Gender). Do not give subfield $0. Give other subfields, as applicable, if readily available. Subfield $v: Give information here, in subfield $u, or in 670 field, whichever is most efficient. (If given here, information is only the source, not what was found in the source.) [See MARC21 Field 375 for description of subfields]
22. 376 (R) (Family information). [Archives] In Special Collections, do not give subfield $0. Give other subfields, as applicable, if readily available. For names of prominent members, give the authorized access point form. Subfield $v: Give information here, in subfield $u, or in 670 field, whichever is most efficient. (If given here, information is only the source, not what was found in the source.) [See MARC21 Field 376 for description of subfields]
23. 377 (R) (Associated language). Give if readily available. Use blank 2nd indicator (using the MARC Code List for Languages). [See MARC21 Field 377 for description of subfields]
24. 380 (R) (Form of work). No decision.
25. 381 (R) (Other distinguishing characteristic of the work or expression). No decision.
26. 382 (R) (Medium of performance). No decision.
27. 383 (R) (Numeric designation of a musical work). No decision.
28. 384 (R) (Key). No decision.
29. 400-411$e (Relator code). Give RDA Appendix I term according to LC policy for these relationships.
30. 400-430$i (Relationship information). Give RDA Appendix J term according to LC policy for these relationships. (Not likely that this subfield will be used.
31. 500-530 (Subfields for relationship designators). In subfield $i, give RDA Appendix J term (name/title or title in 500-530) or RDA Appendix K term (name in 500-511) according to LC policy for these relationships. Do not give subfield $4. In subfield $w/0: give value "r" (i.e., do not use existing values "a" and "b" even though those relationships are in appendices J and K)


Archives and Special Collections ...


Let's take a look at FRBR...


Link to: FRBR -- RDA Spooktacular

Let's take a look at Section 1...

    Link to: RDA Section 1 -- And now we dance...

    Let's take a look at Section 2...




    Link to: RDA Section 2 -- The New Face of RDA

    Let's take a look at Section 3...



    Link to: RDA Section 3 -- Long life through magnetism

    Let's take a look at Sections 4-6...



    Link to: RDA Sections 4-6 -- Holiday Celebration

    Let's take a look at Sections 8-10...


    Link to: RDA Sections 8-10 -- 2010 This Might Be The Year

    Let's take a look at Appendixes A through M...





















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