AACR MARC

					AACR2 2002 & DDC 22
              A
       Presentation to
    Super Conference 2004

   Thursday, January 29, 2004

               by

              Joe Cox
  Faculty of Information Studies
      University of Toronto
                   Agenda
   Introduction

   AACR2 2002
    Rationale for new revision
    Major changes
      • Chapter 3 - Maps
      • Chapter 9 - Electronic Resources
      • Chapter 12 - Continuing Resources
    Minor changes
           Agenda (continued)
   Coffee Break

 DDC22
  Revision process
  Changes
     • Removal of Table 7
     • 004-006, 200, 305-306, 340,
       510, 540,
     • Tables
 Conclusion
               AACR2 2002
   A shift in focus:

    International Conference on the Principles
     and Future Development of AACR,
     Toronto, 1997
    Changes due to WWW
    From container to content
    Multiple formats on the agenda again
             AACR2 2002
   1998 Revision
    then

 Amendments 1999 - Minor
 Amendments 2001- More movement
  toward change
 2002 Revision – Major change +
  incorporates Amendments to 2002
              AACR2 2002
   AACR2 1998
    Rule 0.24:
    “It is a cardinal principle of the use of
    part I that the description of a physical
    item should be based in the first
    instance on the chapter dealing with the
    class of material to which the item
    belongs.”
                 AACR2 2002

   AACR2 2002
    Rule 0.24:
    “It is important to bring out all aspects of the
    item being described, including its content, its
    carrier, its type of publication, its bibliographic
    relationships, and whether it is published or
    unpublished.”
               AACR2 2002
   Elimination of Rule 1.4D4
   Chapter 3, Cartographic Materials
    – Change in GMD to [cartographic material]
      (no longer [globe] or [map])
    – Change in “Mathematical and other
      material specific details area”
       • Scale
       • Projection
               AACR2 2002
   Chapter 3, Cartographic Materials
    – Change in Mathematical and other material
      specific details area (continued)
       • Type and extent
       • Digital graphic representation
       • Numbering related to serials
              AACR2 2002
   Chapter 9, Electronic Resources
 Change in name from „Computer files‟ to
  „Electronic resources‟
      … data, games, graphics, images, music,
      programs, statistics…
 Local and remote resources:
      Local: you insert…
      Remote: you access…
                   AACR2 2002
   9.0B1 Chief Source of Information
   "The chief source of information for electronic
    resources is the resource itself."
   "If the information ... varies in degree of fullness,
    prefer the source that provides the most complete
    information."


   9.0B2 Prescribed Sources of Information
   "The item itself, information issued by publisher,
    creator, etc., or any source, depending on area of
    description.”
                   AACR2 2002
   9.1C General Material Designation
   Optional, but "[electronic resource]" if used.

   9.3 Type and Extent of Resource Area
 "Type of resource" part of Area 3 (9.3B1) is required
  for resources available by remote access
   • Electronic data
   • Electronic program(s)
   • Electronic data and program(s)
 "Extent of resource" part of Area 3 (9.3B2) is not
  required for resources available by remote access.
                  AACR2 2002
   9.4 Publication, Distribution, etc., Area
   9.4B1: "Record information about the place, name,
    and date of all types of publishing, distributing, etc.,
    activities as instructed in 1.4B."

   9.4B2:    "Consider all remote access electronic
    resources to be published."
                  AACR2 2002
   9.5 Physical Description Area
   As per footnote 2, under 9.5, "Do not give a physical
    description for an electronic resource that is available
    only by remote access. See 9.7B1c and 9.7B10."
      9.7B1c: "Mode of access. If a resource is
       available only be remote access, always specify
       the mode of access. Begin the note with Mode of
       access:"
      9.7B10: "Physical description... If the resource is
       available only by remote access, give the physical
       details [in a note] (e.g., colour, sound) if they are
       readily available and considered important."
                 AACR2 2002

   9.5 Physical Description Area
       9.5B1 Optionally, use conventional terminology
        to record specific format of the physical carrier

          1 CD-ROM

          (rather than 1 Computer optical disk)
                AACR2 2002
   9.7B1. Nature and scope, system
    requirements and mode of access

     9.7B1a: "Nature and scope. Make notes on the
      nature and scope of the resource unless it is
      apparent from the rest of the description.“

     9.7B1b: "System requirements. Make a note on
      the systems requirements of the resource if the
      information is readily available.“
            AACR2 2002

   9.7B1. Nature and scope, system
    requirements and mode of access

     9.7B1c: "Mode of access. If a resource is
      available only be remote access, always
      specify the mode of access. Begin the
      note with Mode of access:."
                 AACR2 2002
   9.7B3 Source of the Title Proper Note
     "Always give the source of the title proper."


   9.7B8 Type and Extent of Resource
    Note
     "Give information relating to the type and extent of
      the resource if it is considered to be important and
      not found elsewhere in the description."
        Electronic journal.
        Resource size varies.
               AACR2 2002
            Chapter 9 further Information:

        Cataloguing The Chameleon:
     Remote Access Electronic Resources,
           Description and Access

           Application of AACR2 2002 &
                      DDC 22
        Joseph P. Cox & Lynne C. Howarth

http://www.fis.utoronto.ca/inforum/chameleon/chameleon.htm
               AACR2 2002
   Chapter 12, Continuing Resources
    Definitions:
    Continuing resource: A bibliographic
     resource that is issued over time with no
     predetermined conclusion. Continuing
     resources include serials and ongoing
     integrating resources
               AACR2 2002
   Chapter 12, Continuing Resources
    Definitions:
    Serial: A continuing resource issued in a
     succession of discrete parts, usually
     bearing numbering, that has no
     predetermined conclusion. Examples of
     serials include journals, magazines,
     electronic journals, continuing directories,
     annual reports, newspapers, and
     monographic series.
               AACR2 2002
   Chapter 12, Continuing Resources
    Definitions:
    Integrating resource: A bibliographic
     resource that is added to or changed by
     means of updates that do not remain
     discrete and are integrated into the whole.
     Integrating resources can be finite or
     continuing. Examples of integrating
     resources include updating loose-leafs and
     updating web sites.
                  AACR2 2002
   12.0B1 Basis of the description
     Serials: Base the description of a serial on the first
      issue or part or, lacking this, on the earliest
      available issue or part.

     Integrating resources: Base the description of an
      integrating resource, except the beginning date of
      publication, on the current iteration of that
      resource.
              AACR2 2002
 12.1B8 Change          in title proper
  Serials: If a major change in the title proper
   occurs, make a new description. If a minor change
   occurs in the title proper on a subsequent issue or
   part, in general, give the later title in a note.


  Integrating resources: If any change in the title
   proper occurs on a subsequent iteration, change
   the title and statement of responsibility area to
   reflect the current iteration and, in general, give
   the earlier title in a note.
                 AACR2 2002
   12.1F3 Editors
     Serials: Do not record as statements of
      responsibility relating to persons who are editors
     Integrating resources: Record statements relating
      to persons who are editors as statements of
      responsibility if considered to be important


   12.3 Numbering area
     Serials: Give this area for serials if cataloguing
      from the first and/or last issue or part.
     Integrating resources: This area is not generally
      applicable.
               AACR2 2002
 12.4   Publication Information
   Serials: If the place of publication or name of
    publisher changes on a subsequent issue or part,
    give the later place or name in a note if considered
    to be important.

   Integrating resources: If the place of publication or
    the name of the publisher changes on a
    subsequent iteration, change the place of
    publication or name of publisher to reflect the
    current iteration and give the earlier place or name
    in a note if considered to be important.
        AACR2 2002

  Chapter 12 further Information:

 Conser editing guide. 1994 ed.
Washington : Serial Record Division,
   Library of Congress, c1994-
               AACR2 2002

   Annual Update 2003 now published
    Because of new loose leaf format

    Minor changes in:
      • Chapters 1; 3; 12; 21; 24; 25 and 26
Coffee Break!
                 DDC 22
   Published 2003 in 4 vols:
    Vol 1: Manual, Glossary, Tables
    Vol. 2: Summaries, Schedules 000-500
    Vol. 3: Schedules 600-900
    Vol. 4: Relative Index
                   DDC 22
   Context for revision:
    Changes due to WWW
    Wide use of Dewey
    International perspectives
    Removal of bias
    Interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary
     studies
                  DDC 22
       Major Changes? Not really!
   Removal of Table 7: Groups of Persons
    Use notation from the schedules

    Use notation –08 (History and description
     with respect to kinds of persons) from T1
                   DDC 22
   004-006 Computer science
    Some expansion of existing numbers
    Reflecting developments in the discipline
    Problem of reclassification? Less due to
     nature of materials classified
    Problem area still, due to interdisciplinary
     nature of IT and CS
                  DDC 22
   004.678 Internet (World Wide Web)
    not expanded enough?
    Use 006.7, 025.04, 384.33 also


   005.5 General purpose application
    programs (relocated and expanded)
    .e.g.   005.52   Word porcessing
             005.58   Presentation software
                  DDC 22
   006.74 Markup languages
    Arrange in alpha order by language, e.g
     XML


   006.8   Virtual reality
                 DDC 22
   011.39 Bibliographies of electronic
    resources
                   DDC 22
   070.5797      Electronic publications
    Class an electronic version of a specific
     kind of publication with the kind, e.g.
     electronic books in 070.573 [that is, with
     specific kinds of books], electronic maps in
     070.5793
   070.57973     Web publications
    Class here internet publishing
                  DDC 22
   200     Religion
    Major movement of schedules in 200+
     completed with DDC 2002

   201-209 Specific aspects of religion
    Mostly moved from 291.1 – 291.9

   299    Religions not provided for
    elsewhere
    Primarily expansions
                     DDC 22
   305.23 Young people – through age
    twenty
    Many expansions, for example
       • 305.23081         Boys
       • 305.23082         Girls
   305.8     Ethnic and national groups
    Relocated from
      306.08 Indigenous racial, ethnic, national group
      And expanded
                 DDC 22
   306    Culture and institutions
    Some expansions


   341    Law of nations
    Renamed from: International Law


   A few new numbers sprinkled
    throughout 300-399
                 DDC 22

   400    Language
    Some expansions and relocations
    Improvement in headings, e.g.
     419 Sign languages           was
     419 Structured verbal language other
     than spoken and written
                 DDC 22

   510    Mathematics
     Some extensive expansions throughout
      510-519, e,g,
        512.4 Rings

     512.6      Category theory, homological
                 algebra, K-theory
      is a new number
                  DDC 22

   543     Analytical chemistry
    Extensive revisions, expansions and
     relocations
    E.g. 543.2-543.8 was previously 543.08


   A few new numbers sprinkled
    throughout 500-599
                   DDC 22

   616.027       Experimental medicine
     relocated from 619, and expanded

   616.5     Diseases of integument
     clarified and expanded

   616.91 Viral diseases
     relocated from 616.925, revised and
     expanded
                 DDC 22

   641    Food and drink
    New numbers added extensively to some
     subjects, e.g.
    641.5 Cooking
      • 641.5611 Cooking for one
      • 641.774 Stir frying
      • 641.8248 Pizza
               DDC 22

 A few new numbers, relocations, and
  expansions sprinkled throughout
 600-699 and
 700-799 and
 800-899
               DDC 22

   900   History, geography, and
          auxiliary disciplines
          formerly
          Geography, history, and
          auxiliary disciplines
                 DDC 22

   900-999
    Historical periods and geographical
    names updated as needed, e.g.
     945.85     Malta updated historical
                       periods
     967.51     Democratic Republic of the
                 Congo Previously
                 Zaire
              DDC 22

           Other changes
 T2 updated for geographic names as
  needed
 Improved Manual
 Much improved Index
 More and better summaries
AACR2 2002 & DDC 22

    Thank You!
      Joe Cox
 (cox@fis.utoronto.ca)

				
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