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RDA for the non-cataloger 1
Transcript of RDA for the non-cataloger 1
Mary Ann Abner RDA for Non-Catalogers Carrie Wallis
Jessamine County Public Library Catalogs:
of WORDS, MAKING UP Welcome to the FRamily Why Should I Care
About RDA? Jessamine County Public Library Librarians are often riveting conversationalists because of their overuse of acronyms and library jargon. Another powerful, yet often overlooked, professional conversation tool is that of the made-up word. The trick is to take a normal word and add a suffix or two to it.
An example: find + able + ity = findability.
Can you find this word in a dictionary? No, it has no findability.
A Librarian’s Guide to Etiquette, 2006
http://libetiquette.blogspot.com/ Words, Making up RDA FRBR FRAD FRSAR Resource Description & Access Functional
Data RDA Basics New cataloging content standard (rules) based on FRBR and FRAD (conceptual models)
2002: – AACR3 work begins
2005: – AACR3 changed to RDA
2008: – Full draft of RDA
2010: – RDA released, records created and testing begins
2013: – RDA is here
Future:– BIBFRAME, Linked Data??? Timeline Not just for “Anglo-Americans” and not just for libraries A tool that addresses
cataloging all types
of content and media Designed to be used
online RDA records can co-exist with AACR2 records Successor to Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd ed., 1978 (AACR2) Aunt FRBR & Uncle FRAD
(FRBR’s User Needs)
4. Obtain Offer structure for organizing bibliographic and authority information based on user needs Provide precise vocabularies to lend clarity to cataloging rules Stress relationships & linking Allow for the emergence
of new data forms Conceptual models that ... W
I The essence of FRBR (take it or leave it) W
I FRBR Inspired Catalogs OCLC LibraryThing JCPL Catalog
(Non-FRBRized) Limitations on RDA
Developed in the 1960's, MARC has been tweaked to accomdated RDA but is really meant for AACR2
As long the ILS remains grounded in flat MARC records, library data will be kept in their stand-alone silos The forty-five-year-old MARC
format, currently at version
MARC21, is an obvious barrier
to the provision of library
services in a web-based environment.
There is a growing consensus that
the time has come for libraries to
move to a new format. ~Karen Coyle
MARC21 as Data: A Start
Issue 14, 2011-07-25 Remind me why again? Increased Findability To be not only on the Web, but of the Web (Karen Coyle) "RDA provides a bridge from
our current environment to
new data structures, but some
of the benefits are not
going to be realized in our
Univ. of Oregon
Libraries Library Catalogs Collection of MARC records (Up until now) Built on AACR2, 1978 revision (Anglo-American Cataloging Rules) Text records intended for people to read Online catalog still resembles the catalog card Then Now Links! More Works Relationships The Library of Congress has launched a review of the bibliographic framework to better accommodate future needs. A major focus of the initiative will be to determine a transition path for the MARC 21 exchange format in order to reap the benefits of newer technology while preserving a robust data exchange that has supported resource sharing and cataloging cost savings in recent decades. BIBFRAME