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Those that record the collective thought of the body e. If the corporate body is not chosen as a main entry, make an added entry. Each leaf consists of two pages, one on each side, either or both of which may be blank. If pictures are printed on shiny paper, and look like plates but are numbered consecutively with the pages, they are not considered plates. Paperbacks and Hardbacks on the Same Record Can be attached to the same record if: 1 Publisher is the same 2 Date of publication is the same 3 No different edition statement other than paperback or hardback statement.

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European RDA Interest Group, EURIG Authority control Authority control or access point control refers to the normalisation of controlled access points headings and the provision of alternative and related access points. Authority control: Supports the find function through the collocation of works by a given author or the collocation of anonymous works by title Supports the identify function via the disambiguation of names of persons, corporate bodies or titles of works and expressions Is also used to identify and relate resources by subject.

Controlled access points for authorized, variant forms created for authority control and the relationships between authority records underpin navigation by end users. Authority control remains a predominantly manual process and automation of the process is a precondition for scalability.

Publishers are increasingly aware of the potential contribution automated authority process can make to rights management and developing automated approaches to identification of authors, e. Level of Authority Control The scope of the national bibliography should be reflected in the scope of the authority file. Thus, NBAs that include journal articles in the national bibliography should include the authors and contributors to those articles in the authority file. In practice however, most NBAs cannot afford to catalogue articles and are unable to create authority records for their authors.

This is an area for stimulating research into more efficient approaches to authority control. The scope of authority files may also extend to titles. Cooperative initiatives Authority control is an expensive process.

Various international initiatives exist with the objective of reducing the cost of authority control through co-operation. Such initiatives also contribute significantly to the ease of searching in a heterogeneous environment. In , contributors included 34 agencies in 27 countries.. With the development of RDA as an internationally used cataloguing rule set, RDA authority control requirements will become broadly used within the global library community.

The content designation - the codes and conventions established explicitly to identify and further characterize the data elements within a record and to support the manipulation of that data - is defined by each of the MARC formats.

The content of the data elements that comprise a MARC record is usually defined by standards outside the formats. Examples of authority standards include: The MARC 21 Format for Authority Data is a widely used standard for the representation and exchange of authority files. It is a real content standard. Subjects standards IFLA recommends provision of subject access to national bibliographies.

Subject indexing schemes Subject indexing schemes provide controlled access to the content of resources. Schemes define concepts and relationships between concepts to support user navigation. Multi-national initiatives to promote the interoperability of subject indexing across language barriers can involve intellectual mapping or matching of terms representing the same concept. Subject classification schemes IFLA recommends the adoption of subject classification schemes for arrangement of the national bibliography.

Classification schemes may be directly related to the subject scheme used or independent schemes. There is increasing interest in the potential of classification schemes to identify concepts in a linguistically and culturally neutral way. The most widely used universal classification scheme in the world. About 60 national bibliographies are organized by the DDC system which has been translated into over 30 languages.

UDC is a popular and widely used classification scheme. It is used over countries around the world and is has been translated into over 40 languages. LCC is commonly used in academic libraries across the world.

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Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules

Description About the Authors Since , Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules has served the profession with highly developed content standards for cataloging the resources that come into your library. It is the one-stop gold standard. AACR2 walks you through the cataloging process with clearly defined rules and practical examples representing standards that apply to any type of resource and all metadata formats. The Joint Steering Committee has brought together a new Update reflecting changes and improvements in effect for New and updated rules, including instructions, for capitalization of single letters used to represent words, and for multiple-letter prefixes in compound terms Changes arising from the preparation of the new edition of Cartographic Materials: A Manual of Interpretation for AACR2 A checklist of updates With 8. Libraries can rely on this international standard for flexible, ready-to-apply rules for the fundamental work of developing resource catalogs and bibliographic entries.

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Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, Second Edition, 2002 Revision, 2005 Update (Kit)

European RDA Interest Group, EURIG Authority control Authority control or access point control refers to the normalisation of controlled access points headings and the provision of alternative and related access points. Authority control: Supports the find function through the collocation of works by a given author or the collocation of anonymous works by title Supports the identify function via the disambiguation of names of persons, corporate bodies or titles of works and expressions Is also used to identify and relate resources by subject. Controlled access points for authorized, variant forms created for authority control and the relationships between authority records underpin navigation by end users. Authority control remains a predominantly manual process and automation of the process is a precondition for scalability.

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