By Martha M. Yee
Libraries, files, and museums carry a large choice of relocating photographs. all of which require a similar point of awareness to problems with association and entry as their print opposite numbers. hence, the folk who create assortment point files and metadata for those assets must be both familiar with the foundations of cataloging. Martha Yee covers either descriptive (AACR2R, AMIM, and FIAF ideas) and topic cataloging (with a spotlight on LCSH). within the procedure, the reader is inspired to imagine seriously and to be ready to make judgements in ambiguous occasions the place options to difficulties will not be constantly noticeable or basically dictated via particular principles.
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Gov/ marc/umb/. Criticisms of the MARC 21 Format One common criticism of the MARC 21 format is that it contains too much redundancy; that is, that the same type of data is recorded a number of different times in a number of different ways in the same record. However, there are some ongoing reasons why this redundancy is useful. See Figure 2-2. Recording London in these three different ways allows us to: 1) list London in an index of place-names in such a way that everything about London comes together, regardless of the form of name that appears on actual title pages of books or title screens of moving images; 2) record exactly how London did appear on a particular title page of a rare book; and 3) code the geographic FIGURE 2-2 Some Good Reasons for Redundancy in the MARC 21 Format Introduction to a Data Structure Standard 27 area in which London is found so that computers can speedily and efficiently create lists of all publications from this geographic area.
ADDITIONAL READINGS Beach, Rachael. The Digital Performance Archive. D-Lib Magazine 6, no. 10, (2000): 1–15. html Gorman, Michael. Cataloguing in an Electronic Age. Cataloging and Classification Quarterly 36, no. 3/4 (2003): 5–18. Lynch, Clifford. The Battle to Define the Future of the Book in the Digital World. First Monday 6, no. 6 (2002): 1–49. org/issues/issue6_6/lynch/ ESSAY OR CLASS DISCUSSION TOPICS 1. Do Cutter’s objects of the catalog and the Paris principles cover the major functions that any catalog should carry out?
Sometimes a new record is made for a major version (follows AMIM; Introduction, p. xii). ’’ Now we will review the following elements of the description and discuss how each fulfills the above functions: 1) title on item; 2) credits on item (statement of responsibility vs. notes); 3) version; 4) distributor vs. production company; 5) distribution date/broadcast date; 6) physical description. Transcription Transcription documents: 1) which title is on which item; 2) the form of name used for a particular person.
Moving Image Cataloging: How to Create and How to Use a Moving Image Catalog (Third Millennium Cataloging) by Martha M. Yee