Me too! No. 9 attached.
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Nervous about this one. I've hardly looked at RDA for non-print yet.
Hoping other people will provide me with some good models.
Also interested in how far people record companion websites. We often
ignore them, because they either are available only to purchasers or
cease to be available pretty soon, so readers would get mad ; but this
policy verges on misrepresentation, since it may suggest that the
resource is freestanding when it isn't.
Record 9. Describing electronic, digital, and ....
$aWeber, Mary Beth,
$aDescribing electronic, digital, and other media using AACR2 and RDA :
$ba how-to-do-it manual and CD-ROM for librarians /
$cMary Beth Weber, Fay Angela Austin.
$axviii, 301 p. :
$c28 cm +
Companion website is too feeble to be worth 3XX.
$aAccompanying CD-ROM provides guidance for creating descriptive
records, links to online sources and templates (MARC, MODS, Dublin
$aCompanion website has links to mainstream cataloguing resources, some
of them subscription-only.
$aPublished simultaneously in U.S.A. by Neal-Schuman.
$aReplaces: Cataloging nonprint and internet resources. U.S. :
This was the best I could do with the idea that the earlier work was the
'predecessor' of the current one. The term suggests a different work,
not just an earlier version, so I'm treating the 2011 resource as a new
I'm sticking to the old AACR2 format for citations, because it is simple
and neat. Hard to explain to new cataloguers, though, because there are
no areas of description nowadays.
$aWeber, Mary Beth.
$tCataloging nonprint and internet resources.
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