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Re: Record 10

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Bernadette Mary O'Reilly <[log in to unmask]>

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Bernadette Mary O'Reilly <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 25 Oct 2012 15:26:27 +0100

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RDA gives hardly any instructions about the form of notes, so I'm taking
it that we are free to do whatever works for us.  On the whole I'm
sticking to the old recipes, because they are quick and clear.

Best wishes,
Bernadette

******************* 
Bernadette O'Reilly 
Catalogue Support Librarian 
01865 2-77134 
Bodleian Libraries, 
Osney One Building
Osney Mead
Oxford OX2 0EW.
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-----Original Message-----
From: CIG E-Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of C.J.
Carty
Sent: 25 October 2012 15:12
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Subject: Re: [CIG-E-FORUM] Record 10

We've been discussing this here at my library, actually, as we had a
question about it. We couldn't find a definite instruction but we've
seen about a dozen full level RDA records which use the [] square
brackets in the 504 bibliography note where the isn't pagination on the
book.



On Oct 25 2012, Lybarger, Kathryn J wrote:

> I wondered about the bibliographical references note here. In AACR2, I

> would use [207] since the page doesn't have a number in it, but I know

> that some places in RDA brackets are not used like in AACR2. For 
> example, in a 300 you would do "400 unnumbered pages" instead of
"[400] p.".
>
>
> =LDR 01886nam a2200385Ii 4500 =008
> 121017s2012\\\\enka\\\\\b\\\\001\0\eng\d =040 \\$aKUK$beng$erda$cKUK 
> =020
> \\$a9781856046954 (paperback) =020 \\$a1856046958 (paperback) =050
> \4$aZ694$b.W425 2012 =049 \\$aKUKK =100 1\$aWelsh,
Anne,$d1972-,$eauthor. 
> =245 10$aPractical cataloguing :$bAACR, RDA and MARC 21 /$cAnne Welsh 
> and Sue Batley. =246 3\$aPractical cataloging =264 \1$aLondon :$bFacet

> Publishing,$c2012. =264 \4$c(c)2012 =300 \\$axvi, 217 pages 
> :$billustrations ;$c24 cm =336 \\$atext$btxt$2rdacontent =337 
> \\$aunmediated$bn$2rdamedia =338 \\$avolume$bnc$2rdacarrier =520 
> 8\$aThis textbook explores how RDA elements can be incorporated into
MARC21.
> Topics include: an introduction to catalogues and cataloguing 
> standards, publication formats and bibliographic elements, access 
> points and headings, a summary which outlines the major issues and 
> many others. =504 \\$aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 
> 207-211) and index. =505 0\$aCatalogues and cataloguing standards -- 
> The FRBRization of the catalogue -- Bibliographic elements -- Access
points and headings -- RDA:
> resource description and access -- AACR and RDA -- MARC 21 -- 
> Practical cataloguing : bringing it all together -- The birth of RDA 
> and the death of MARC? -- Examples. =650 \0$aDescriptive 
> cataloging$vRules. =650 \0$aFRBR (Conceptual model) =650 
> \0$aDescriptive cataloging$vHandbooks, manuals, etc. =630 00$aResource

> description & access$vHandbooks, manuals, etc. =630 00$aAnglo-American
cataloguing rules$vHandbooks, manuals, etc.
> =650 \0$aMARC formats$vHandbooks, manuals, etc. =700 1\$aBatley, 
> Sue,$eauthor.
>

--
CÚline Carty
English Cataloguing
Cambridge University Library
Cambridge CB3 9DR

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