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Off the top of my head, is it 1.7 transcription...
Helen 

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Freedman, Vanessa
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I was wondering about transcribing CAPITALS when doing one of the other
records, but couldn't find it in RDA - I found it very frustrating as I
kept going round in circles! Anne can you give us the reference for this
option?

Thanks

Vanessa


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Welsh, Anne
Sent: 24 October 2012 10:59
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Subject: Re: [CIG-E-FORUM] Discussion of record 2

I agree they should be related. I just didn't think of that at the time
:)

Library of Congress Subject Headings is a proper noun so should be
capitalised.

There's also the option in RDA (terrifying though it is for us) to
transcribe capitals as they appear on the title page (but I think this
is really meant for those who accept publisher data (because that's what
ONIX does), and can't bring myself to capitalise at the random whim of a
page designer (VIRTUAL REFERENCE DESK ahoy)!

Anne










On 24/10/2012 10:49, "Helen Doyle" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>Hi all,
>
>Copyright date - I agree, RDA 2.11 says c/right date is core if date of

>publication or distribution isn't known.
>
>Does LCSH need capitals? I put Library of Congress (name of place), but

>then wasn't sure about Subject Headings.
>
>'Preferred title' ('uniform title' in AACR2) - do we need to fill this 
>in every time? RDA says it's a core element, but in AACR2 'uniform 
>title' is only used if required.
>
>Related works - I feel Vanda's book needs to be connected to the LCSHs 
>themselves, as her book takes them as a starting point. Her Work (in a 
>FRBR
>sense) is intrinsically linked to/based on another Work.
>
>HelenD.
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>>>> Helen Williams <[log in to unmask]> 10/24/2012 10:31 am >>>
>Thank you to everyone who has submitted a version of record 2.
>
>It's time to open up discussion on anything you'd like to raise.  It's 
>going to be very useful to talk about the differences we see in 
>records, and on some issues we may be able to come to consensus, while 
>other areas will remain open to interpretation!  Any comments we make 
>won't be criticisms of differences in records, so please feel free to
discuss.
>
> 
>
>A few things I've noticed to start us off...
>
> 
>
>*some of us have included a second 264 field with a (c) date
>
>* some of us (including me!) have included a relationship designator of

>'author' - what's the feeling about whether this is necessary on a 
>straightforward record?
>
>* A few people have included related works/manifestations
>
> 
>
>Plenty of other differences too, so let's open the discussion
>
> 
>
>Helen
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