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Comment on Informal RDA discussion for RLUK members: what I got out of it by RDA in art libraries | on cataloguing

Thu, 16 Aug 2012 23:48:01 +0000

[...] If you haven’t had a look already, I would thoroughly recommend reading Céline’s excellent blog post about their event which has lots of useful ideas and links to help with RDA [...]



Comment on Informal RDA discussion for RLUK members: what I got out of it by RDA in art libraries « pipe | b

Thu, 16 Aug 2012 22:14:18 +0000

[...] If you haven’t had a look already, I would thoroughly recommend reading Céline’s excellent blog post about their event which has lots of useful ideas and links to help with RDA [...]



Comment on Getting the international view of RDA at ALA by ALA 2012年会之RDA指南 » 编目精灵III

Wed, 01 Aug 2012 02:17:28 +0000

[...] [update 2012-8-1] 3、与会博主的博文:Thing Blogging: Getting the international view of RDA at ALA(有墙) 谈到了所有报告。Ageo [...]



Comment on Informal RDA discussion for RLUK members: what I got out of it by Heather Jardine

Wed, 18 Jul 2012 10:15:53 +0000

I agree with Hugh that hybrid records needn't be a problem, as long as you don't have two kinds of records for the same title, or two headings for the same person or body; it's when an inconsistency is obvious from a list of results that our colleagues and users assume that they can't both be right, therefore that one of them is wrong, therefore that someone's made a mistake. Which doesn't help the credibility of the institution or its cataloguers.



Comment on Informal RDA discussion for RLUK members: what I got out of it by Hugh Taylor

Tue, 17 Jul 2012 22:55:19 +0000

Personally speaking, I'd like to suggest that "hybrid" records are a non-issue. Right now, how many institutions, or their staff, even notice when they have (for example) an AACR1 description with AACR2 access points? And why - were it not for specific MARC 21 "fixed field" values that imply we always have a "pure" record - would any of us care? Such situations rarely affect either access or understanding of data (and certainly no more than following AACR2 requirements to the letter). There are other, far more important issues.



Comment on Going to London, where the streets are paved with acronyms… by Susan

Tue, 17 Jul 2012 22:34:36 +0000

Reblogged this on Information Should be Found and commented: I would LOVE to sit in on "FRBR" for the terrified (not that I am terrified, but I love the name of the seminar).



Comment on Informal RDA discussion for RLUK members: what I got out of it by Niamh Tumelty / Page (@niamhpage)

Tue, 17 Jul 2012 22:26:10 +0000

A really interesting post, thanks Céline. I'm conscious that this is an area I need to brush up on more so will look forward to that training checklist, it'll be useful!



Comment on Going to London, where the streets are paved with acronyms… by Informal RDA discussion for RLUK members: what I got out of it « Thing blogging

Tue, 17 Jul 2012 21:48:30 +0000

[...] I mentioned in my previous post, yesterday was the informal discussion about RDA that Helen Williams and I organised for RLUK [...]



Comment on Adventures at ALA by Katie Flanagan

Mon, 09 Jul 2012 10:00:27 +0000

Looking forward to hearing more about all of that!



Comment on Adventures at ALA by Practical Cataloguing at ALA12 « Library Marginalia

Tue, 26 Jun 2012 17:17:12 +0000

[...] Carty (Cataloguing & Indexing Group Committee and founder of High Visibility Cataloguing) has been at the ALA Annual in Anaheim, California. Along with the rest of UK Cataloguing, I’ve been following her [...]