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Year Published: 2013
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Serials and continuing resources present a variety of unique challenges in bibliographic management, from special issues and unnumbered supplements to recording the changes that a long-running periodical can experience over time. Easing catalogers through the RDA: Resource Description and Access transition by showing the continuity with past practice, serials cataloging expert Jones frames the practice within the structure of the FRBR and FRAD conceptual models on which RDA is based. With serials’ special considerations in mind, he
Occasional serials catalogers and specialists alike will find useful advice here as they explore the structure of the new cataloging framework.
- Explains the familiarities and differences between AACR2 and RDA
- Demonstrates how serials catalogers’ work fits in the cooperative context of OCLC, CONSER and NACO
- Presents examples of how RDA records can ultimately engage with the Semantic Web
Table of Contents
Part I Preparation
An Introduction to Serials and Serials Cataloging
Getting to Know RDA: A New Structure and Other Changes from AACR2
Part II Serials Cataloging Using RDA
Searching and the Universe of Serials
Cataloging Serials and Ongoing Integrating Resources Using RDA
1. General Instructions Relating to Serials Cataloging Using RDA and MARC 21
2. Attributes of Resources (Manifestations and Items and the Works and Expressions They Embody (by ISBD Area)
3. Relationships between Resources
4. Identifying Works and Expressions [RDA 6]
5. Identifying Related Entities (Authorized Access Points for Persons, Corporate Bodies, and Other Resources Related to the Resource Being Described)
6. Online Serials and CONSER Provider-Neutral Records
7. Ongoing Integrating Resources
Epilogue RDA and Linked Data
About the Author
Ed Jones has been cataloging serials, on and off, since 1976, and over the years
has authored several scholarly papers and made numerous presentations on serials
cataloging, the FRBR and FRAD conceptual models, and RDA. He has been a member
of the CONSER Operations Committee, on and off, since 1981, and recently served as an
RDA advisor. In 1995, he received his doctorate in library and information science from
the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. He is currently associate director for
assessment and technical services at National University in San Diego.