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LC RDA Implementation of Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records
http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2015/07/lc-rda-implementation-of-relationship.html
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Read this RDA Blog post to know about the Library of Congress Implementation of Resource Description and Access Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records with MARC 21 RDA Cataloging Examples, Guidelines, and Best Practices.

Contents:
Key points
Application for Monographs, Serials and Integrating Resources
Best Practices
Sources for Relationship Designators
Specificity
RDA Element Name as Relationship Designator
Unclear Relationship
Adding a Relationship Designator to Existing Terms and/or Codes
Applying Relationship Designators in Accordance with their Definitions
Access Point and Relationship Designator for an Entity Not Named in a Resource
Guidelines for Appendix I Relationship Designators
Relationship Designators for All Access Points
More than One Relationship Designator Appropriate
Relationship Designators for Families and Corporate Bodies
Relationship Designators and Name/Title Access Points in 7XX
Guidelines for Appendix J Relationship Designators
Relationship Designators for Resource-to-Resource Relationships
Relationship Designator Implied by MARC 7XX Content Designation
Multiple Relationships
Reciprocal Relationships for Sequential Works and/or Expressions
Relationship Designator for Related Resource when MARC 130 or 240 is Present
Unknown or Uncertain Relationship in a Resource
Related Resource with Same Principally Responsible Creator
Unstructured Descriptions
Punctuation and Capitalization
Designators that Follow Authorized Access Points
Designators that Precede Authorized Access Points or Appear at the Beginning of a Field
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Comment by Bob Kosovsky, Curataor, Rare Books and Manuscripts, Music Division, The New York Public Library, New York, United States:

Bob Kosovsky Actually the latest blog entry has a nice detailed entry on relationship designators. I couldn't find them choosing between the codes or the full designation, but they speak of the codes only in the past tense, and considering RDA's general drift to spell things out, I take that to mean one should spell out the designator.
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Numbering of Serials in RDA Cataloging
http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2015/06/serials-rda-cataloging.html
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Read this RDA Blog post to know about the Numbering of Serials according to Resource Description and Access (RDA) Cataloging Rules with MARC21 examples. Know what are the CORE ELEMENTS and Recording of Numbering of Serials
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Title in More Than One Language or Script in RDA
http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2015/05/title-in-more-than-one-language-or.html
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Resource Description & Access (RDA) Blog post answering a question asked on the Google+ Community RDA Cataloging, a companion Google+ Community for RDA Blog: Which title to choose as the Title Proper if the title statement of a polyglot monograph appears in multiple languages, according to Resource Description & Access (RDA) Cataloging Rules? 
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Is it correct to say that LC’s policy according to LC PCC PS 6.27.1.6 is to always treat an original print work published with a commentary (that has its own title) as a compilation and to give analytical access points for the original work and commentary?  This is an example given in the RDA special topics Powerpoint on compilations:
 
“245 00 $a Atiya's journeys : $b a Muslim woman from colonial Bombay to Edwardian Britain / $c Siobhan Lambert-Hurley and Sunil Sharma.
500 ## $a Includes the full English translation of Atiya Fyzee-Rahamin’s Time of education.
700 12 $a Lambert-Hurley, Siobhan. $t Atiya's journeys.
700 12 $aFyzee-Rahamin, Atiya Begum, $d 1876-1967. $t Zamanah-yi tahòsòil. $l English”
 
If this is true, does the policy differ for art catalogs that consist of reproductions of one artist’s works plus commentary on those works?  An example from the RDA special topics Powerpoint on art catalogs given the main entry to the person presented as the author of the commentary:
 
“Catalog presented as the work of the person writing about the art:
 
100 1 $a Bailey, Colin B.
245 10 $a Renoir : $b impressionism and full-length painting / $c Colin B. Bailey”
 
And here’s an example from Voyager of a catalog raisonne of Andy Warhol’s record album covers with reproductions of each album cover and commentaries on them entered under the person who wrote the commentaries (LCCN 2014025267):
 
“100 1 $a Mareìchal, Paul,‡d1965-
245 10 $a Andy Warhol :‡bthe complete commissioned record covers, 1949-1987 : catalogue raisonneì /‡cPaul Mareìchal.

 
700 12 $a Warhol, Andy,‡d1928-1987.‡tAlbum covers.”
 
So, is it safe to say that the main entry for original works plus commentary depends more on the way responsibility is presented on the preferred source for art commentaries than it does for print commentaries?
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Thanks +Alyssa W. for asking this interesting question and +Melanie Polutta for her expert remarks. I will be posting these on RDA Blog "as it is" for the benefit and knowledge of catalogers / librarians. I will inform you when it is posted. Melanie, this is an interesting example where even after going through RDA Rules and examples catalogers are in doubt, and interpretation, opinion, and judgement, by an expert like you are of great help in the understanding of +Resource Description & Access (RDA) .

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Glossary of Library & Information Science
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http://librarianshipstudies.blogspot.com/2015/04/glossary-of-library-information-science.html

About the Glossary: Glossary of Library & Information Science is a glossary and dictionary of terms and acronyms of librarianship, library science, information science, and information technology. This is brought out by Salman Haider for the librarians all across the globe and the users of Librarianship Studies & Information Technology blog. Glossary will include everything from traditional library terms to vocabulary of modern avenues in information technology. When completed the Glossary of Library & Information Science will become an essential part of every library’s and librarian’s reference collection and will also be helpful to Librarians, LIS i-School Master of Library and Information Science (MLIS) & Ph.D Students & Researchers and IT Professionals. This glossary will also be available as an e-book.
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Alyssa W.

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I have a question about LC-PCCS PS 1.11. I’m referencing the “Print on Demand (POD) reproductions and photocopies” section. According to the policy statement a POD record should be created “when the entire content of both the original resource and the reproduction is identical.” I have a book that contains an exact copy of the original resource. I plan to make a RDA print reproduction record with a ‘r’ in the 008/23, 037, 533 print reproduction, etc.

The problem is that the POD has a new series statement. The policy statement does not explain how to handle PODs with new information on the cover. Where does this information (like the series statement) go in the record? I want to be able to link subsequent PODs to this record (whether they have a series or not).
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Response by Becky Culbertson
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I was wondering whether this was really a POD, or a republication that had been planned by a publisher?  (with a new series?).  If so then the treatment as given at PS 1.11 would not apply.  This PS is only for resources that are (essentially) asked for by the consumer, not those that have a planned run.
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Library Circulation : Glossary of Library & Information Science
http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2015/06/library-circulation-glossary-of-library.html
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New Post on Librarianship Studies & Information Technology Blog provides a comprehensive definition of Library Circulation and related terms, viz. Circulation Desk, Circulation Analysis, Circulation History, and Circulation Statistics.
Library Circulation : Glossary of Library & InformationScience New Post on Librarianship Studies & Information Technology Blog provides a comprehensive definition of Library Circulation and related terms, viz. Circulation De...
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Twice a year, I represent SkyRiver at the Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC) meetings at the Library of Congress. On May 7-8, about 100 metadata experts met for the annual PCC Operations Committee meetings. I presented a brief SkyRiver update where I discussed the integration of the ...
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Libhub Initiative
http://resourcedescriptionandaccess.blogspot.com/2015/06/libhub-initiative.html
#RDABLOG #LIBHUB #BIBFRAME #LINKEDDATA
IMAGINE if libraries could represent themselves together in a way the Web could see and understand.
The objective of The Libhub Initiative is to publish BIBFRAME resources to the Web, cross-link resources which are common among libraries, and, through cross-linking improve the ability for people to discover these resources on the open Web. The goal is ultimately that users would then be able to click on appropriate resources and be taken back to the library’s catalog. 
Read this RDA Blog post to know about the Libhub Initiative, BIBFRAME and the Linked Data in Libraries Movement.
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Have you been following the Libhub Initiative? Here's what we've been up to.
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Dear All... Please welcome Melanie Polutta to the Google+ Community RDA Cataloging. +Melanie Polutta  is Librarian Cataloger at the Library of Congress having expertise in Resource Description & Access. She has delivered training to Library of Congress and PCC catalogers.
Thanks +Melanie Polutta  for joining RDA Cataloging.  
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RDA Cataloging Examples
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RDA Cataloging Examples of Compilations, Works, Selections, Translations & Cutter Numbers in MARC 21 from Classification and Shelflisting Manual (CSM), Library of Congress Classification (LCC) - Literary Authors: Subarrangement of Works [F 633]
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I can translate from to Albanian, in case someone needs RDA examples!
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