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Title and Statement of Responsibility in RDA with MARC 21 Examples

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Title Proper   
    Title Proper Transcription
Parallel Title Proper
Other Title Information
Variant Titles
Earlier Title Proper and Later Title Proper
Statement of Responsibility   
   “Rule of Three” -- Change from AACR2!     
    More Than One Statement of Responsibility

http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2015/02/title-statement-responsibility-rda-marc21-245.html

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Hello my friends. When I put in the series: and when I put. I wish to clarify
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About Salman Haider; Cataloging & Metadata Librarian, Blogger and Online Social Media Expert.
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Question by Mr. Zaide Krapi on RDA and MARC 21: 

I have a question for you, what is the importance of passing from Marc 21 rules to RDA, to be more clear can we continue with Marc 21 or it looks like necessary passing this rules. For me, it is very clear that using RDA makes cataloging more clear in use, easy to use, more understandable, but, my coworkers sad that is not necessary to make this changes! If you tell me the importance of RDA i immediately will start to translate the basic informations and put them as a prior thing. Thank you, waiting for response!
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apply RDA on classic database structure (Marc21 tags table) is not recommended because you will get small benefit on behalf a very big investment. we need at first to create new library integrate system with FRBR database structure (with separate table like work, expression, manifestation) it will be a database with the less possible  data entry  redundancy. in this case when we apply RDA we will get a very good result for cataloger and end user.  
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Hosain Miri

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Hello my friends, I have a question . Is the title taken from the parallel anywhere in the source in rda Is the title taken from the parallel anywhere in the source in response while the 21 mark in the title page must Is this true
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+Aaron Kuperman
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Correct Coding of ISBN in MARC21 field 020 in RDA & AACR2 Cataloging with Examples

#RDA   #CATALOGING   #RDABLOG   #LCPCCPS   #AACR2  

http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2014/12/correct-coding-of-isbn-in-marc21-field.html
Several years ago the definition of $z of the 020 (International Standard Book Identifier) was expanded—it is now used for “structurally invalid” ISBNs (those that are too short, too long, wrong check digit, etc.) and also fo...
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RDA Blog Reaches 200000 Pageviews : RDA Blog is a blog on Resource Description and Access (RDA), a new library cataloging standard that provides instructions and guidelines on formulating data for resource description and discovery, organized based on the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR), intended for use by libraries and other cultural organizations replacing Anglo-American Cataloging Rules (AACR2).

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http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2014/10/rda-blog-reaches-200000-pageviews.html 
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which time can i put the work title in tag 600 and in tag 700 and what is the difference .  and I need the stander to this or the rules 
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About Resource Description and Access (RDA) The RDA page is modified/added with new information from various sources on Resource Description and Access and Frequently Asked Questions on RDA. It answers following important qu...
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Question by Suzanne Saunders on atlas a cartographic material:

I hope you can help me with something I find very confusing at the moment...

When is an atlas a cartographic material and when is it not?

Is there any consensus out there?
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Thank you so much Mr. +Matt Tales Its very helpful...
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RDA Blog Guest Book RDA Blog Guest Book is re-designed in an interesting format according to MARC 21 Field Names & Resource Description & Access (RDA) Element Names for Name Authority Records (NAR). Please post your feedback...
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Revised with a new section : Citations & Acknowledgements 
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I recently heard about the 830 field becoming the former 490 series field in the MARC record. Is this accurate?
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Thanks for the link and information!
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RDA Tookit Release (October 14, 2014) : Changes in and Revision of Resource Description & Access and LC-PCC PS
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http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2014/11/rda-tookit-release-october-14-2014.html
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Which is/are the International Cataloging Principles (ICP) by IFLA which is/are intended to guide the development of cataloguing codes?
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Convenience of the user
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Common usage
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Representation
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None of above
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All of above
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CORRECT ANSWER: ALL OF ABOVE

INTERNATIONAL CATALOGUING PRINCIPLES
1. Convenience of the user. Decisions taken in the making of descriptions and controlled 
forms of names for access should be made with the user in mind. 
2. Common usage. Vocabulary used in descriptions and access should be in accord with that 
of the majority of users. 
3. Representation. Descriptions and controlled forms of names should be based on the way 
an entity describes itself. 
4. Accuracy. The entity described should be faithfully portrayed. 
5. Sufficiency and necessity. Only those data elements in descriptions and controlled forms 
of names for access that are required to fulfil user tasks and are essential to uniquely 
identify an entity should be included. 
6. Significance. Data elements should be bibliographically significant. 
7. Economy. When alternative ways exist to achieve a goal, preference should be given to 
the way that best furthers overall economy (i.e., the least cost or the simplest approach). 
8. Consistency and standardization. Descriptions and construction of access points should be 
standardized as far as possible. This enables greater consistency, which in turn increases 
the ability to share bibliographic and authority data. 
9. Integration. The descriptions for all types of materials and controlled forms of names of all 
types of entities should be based on a common set of rules, insofar as it is relevant. 
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