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Title:
Organizing audiovisual and electronic resources for access : a cataloging guide
Author:
Hsieh-Yee, Ingrid.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Englewood, Colo. : Libraries Unlimited, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
xv, 285 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Organization of information and cataloging -- Cataloging : an overview -- Sound recordings -- Videorecordings -- Computer files -- Interactive multimedia -- Internet resources -- Cataloging and the changing information environment.
ISBN:
9781563086298
Format :
Book

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Summary

Summary

Focusing on audiovisual materials that are regularly collected by all types of libraries and the electronic resources that are rapidly being added to library collections, this book guides users in organizing sound recordings, video recordings, computer files, interactive multimedia, and Internet resources. It specifically demonstrates how to perform descriptive cataloging and subject analysis to these items using AACR2r, MARC, LC subject headings, classification schemes, and other guidelines accepted by the cataloging community. Readers will also discover how cataloging practices can be applied to new types of information resources and how cataloging is evolving in a changing information environment. Each chapter is devoted to a particular type of resource and includes ten cataloging records, information on the source items, and explanations of the records that illustrate the treatment of interactive multimedia and Internet resources. The book contains a helpful list of cataloging resources on the


Author Notes

Ingrid Hsieh-Yee is Professor in the School of Library and Information Science, Catholic University of America


Table of Contents

Illustrationsp. xiii
Preface to the Second Editionp. xv
Acknowledgmentsp. xix
1 Organization of Information and Catalogingp. 1
The Information Transfer Cyclep. 1
The Principles of Information Organizationp. 3
Principle 1 Definition of Scope and Selection Criteriap. 3
Principle 2 Creation of Representationp. 3
Principle 3 Analysis for Accessp. 4
Principle 4 Organization of Resources and Their Representationsp. 5
The Principles and Catalogingp. 5
Organizing Audiovisual and Electronic Materialsp. 6
Purpose of This Bookp. 8
Conclusionp. 9
2 Cataloging: An Overviewp. 13
Treatment of Nonprint Resourcesp. 13
Descriptionp. 14
Rules for Descriptive Catalogingp. 16
Levels of Descriptionp. 16
Chief Source and Prescribed Sources of Informationp. 17
Area 1 Title and Statement of Responsibility (MARC Field 245)p. 17
Area 2 Edition (MARC Field 250)p. 18
Area 3 Material Specific Detailsp. 18
Area 4 Publication, Distribution, Etc. (MARC Field 260)p. 18
Area 5 Physical Description (MARC Field 300)p. 20
Area 6 Series (Field 4XX)p. 20
Area 7 Notes (Field 5XX)p. 21
Area 8 International Standard Numbers (MARC Field 020 or 022)p. 22
Assignment of Access Pointsp. 23
Subject Analysisp. 24
MARC Formatp. 27
Arrangementp. 34
3 Sound Recordingsp. 37
MARC Fields for Sound Recordingsp. 38
Sound Recording 007 Fieldp. 38
Descriptionp. 42
Rules for Descriptive Catalogingp. 42
Chief Source and Prescribed Sources of Informationp. 42
6.1 Title and Statement of Responsibility (MARC Field 245)p. 42
6.2 Edition (MARC Field 250)p. 44
6.3 Material Specific Detailsp. 45
6.4 Publication, Distribution, Etc. (MARC Field 260)p. 45
6.5 Physical Description (MARC Field 300)p. 46
6.6 Series (MARC Field 4XX)p. 48
6.7 Notes (MARC 5XX Fields)p. 48
6.8 Standard Number and Terms of Availability Area (MARC Field 020 or 022)p. 52
Enhanced CDsp. 52
Read-Along CDsp. 53
MP3: Digital Sound Files for Remote Accessp. 54
Assignment of Access Pointsp. 55
21.23A The Work of One Personp. 55
21.23B Two or More Works by the Same Person(s) or Body (Bodies)p. 56
21.23C Collections with Collective Titlep. 56
21.23D Collections Without Collective Titlep. 57
21.29D Added Entriesp. 57
Subject Analysisp. 57
Juvenile Sound Recordingsp. 58
Musicp. 58
Literaturep. 59
Arrangementp. 60
Intershelving with Dummiesp. 60
Case Display for Browsingp. 61
Shelving by Formatp. 61
Shelving by Sizep. 61
Cataloging Examplesp. 62
4 Videorecordingsp. 83
Challenges in Describing Videorecordingsp. 84
Technical Reading of Videorecordingsp. 84
Circumstances for New Recordsp. 85
MARC Fields for Videorecordingsp. 86
Fixed Fieldp. 86
007 Videorecording Fieldp. 88
Descriptionp. 88
Rules for Descriptive Catalogingp. 88
Chief Source of Informationp. 88
Prescribed Sources of Informationp. 89
7.1 Title and Statement of Responsibility (MARC Field 245)p. 89
7.2 Edition (MARC Field 250)p. 94
7.3 Material Specific Detailsp. 95
7.4 Publication, Distribution, Etc. (MARC Field 260)p. 95
7.5 Physical Description (MARC Field 300)p. 96
7.6 Series (MARC Field 4XX)p. 98
7.7 Notesp. 99
7.8 International Standard Numbers (Fields 020, 022, and 024)p. 104
Music Videosp. 104
Television Episodes and Seriesp. 105
Streaming Videosp. 105
Assignment of Access Pointsp. 106
Subject Analysisp. 107
Library of Congress Subject Headingsp. 107
Fiction Filmsp. 108
Nonfiction Filmsp. 109
Classification Numbersp. 110
Arrangementp. 111
Closed Stacksp. 111
Shelving by Format, Type, Etcp. 112
Other Possibilitiesp. 112
Cataloging Examplesp. 113
5 Electronic Resourcesp. 149
MARC Fields for Electronic Resourcesp. 152
Common Fields for Direct Access and Remote Access Electronic Resourcesp. 152
Type "m"p. 154
Computer Files/Electronic Resources 006 Fieldp. 155
Coding "File" and "Form" in Fixed Fieldp. 158
Electronic Resource 007 Fieldp. 159
Descriptionp. 161
Rules for Descriptive Catalogingp. 161
9.0A Scopep. 161
9.0B1 Chief Source of Informationp. 161
9.0B2 Prescribed Sources of Informationp. 162
9.1 Title and Statement of Responsibility (MARC Field 245)p. 162
9.2 Edition (MARC Field 250)p. 164
9.3 Material Specific Detailsp. 165
9.4 Publication, Distribution, Etc. (MARC Field 260)p. 165
9.5 Physical Description (MARC Field 300)p. 165
9.6 Series (MARC Field 4XX)p. 167
9.7 Notesp. 167
9.8 Standard Numbers (MARC Fields 020, 022)p. 171
Electronic Booksp. 171
Single Record Approach Vs. Separate Record Approachp. 172
Enhanced CDsp. 176
Finite Internet Resources (PDF Files, Static Documents, Etc.)p. 177
Assignment of Access Pointsp. 178
Subject Analysisp. 178
Library of Congress Subject Headingsp. 178
Classification Numbersp. 180
Arrangementp. 181
Cataloging Examplesp. 182
6 Integrating Resourcesp. 207
Issues for Consideration Before Record Creationp. 208
Resource Selectionp. 208
Aspects for Description and Accessp. 208
Type of Issurancep. 209
Single Record Approach Vs. Separate Record Approachp. 210
MARC Fields for Integrating Resourcesp. 210
Decisions on 008 Field and 006 Fieldsp. 212
Electronic Resource 007 Fieldp. 214
"File" and "Form" in Fixed Field or Field 006p. 215
Descriptionp. 217
Rules for Descriptive Catalogingp. 217
Basis of Descriptionp. 217
Chief Source of Informationp. 218
Prescribed Sources of Informationp. 218
Area 1 Title and Statement of Responsibility (MARC Field 245)p. 219
Area 2 Edition (MARC Field 250)p. 222
Area 3 Material Specific Detailsp. 223
Area 4 Publication, Distribution, Etc. (MARC Field 260)p. 223
Area 5 Physical Description (MARC Field 300)p. 225
Area 6 Series (MARC Field 440 or 490)p. 225
Area 7 Notes (MARC Fields 310, 546, 500, 538, 530, 520, 505, Etc.)p. 226
Area 8 Standard Numbers (MARC Fields 020, 022, 024)p. 234
Assignment of Access Pointsp. 234
Changes in Responsibilities and Titles in Later Iterationsp. 235
Subject Analysisp. 236
Cataloging Examplesp. 237
7 Remote Access Electronic Serialsp. 267
Issues for Consideration Before Record Creationp. 269
Serials Vs. Integrating Resourcesp. 269
ISSN and Remote Access Electronic Serialsp. 271
Decisions on Creating New Recordsp. 271
Single Record Approach Vs. Separate Record Approachp. 272
Steps for Cataloging Remote Access Electronic Serialsp. 272
Major Tools for Serial Catalogingp. 273
MARC Fields for Remote Access Electronic Serialsp. 274
Descriptionp. 276
Rules for Descriptive Catalogingp. 276
Basis of Descriptionp. 276
Chief Source of Informationp. 278
Area 1 Title Proper (MARC Field 245)p. 279
Area 2 Edition (MARC Field 250)p. 280
Area 3 Material Specific Detailsp. 281
Area 4 Publication, Distribution, Etc. (MARC Field 260)p. 283
Area 5 Physical Description (MARC Field 300)p. 283
Area 6 Series Statement (MARC Field 4XX)p. 283
Area 7 Notesp. 284
Area 8 Standard Numbers: International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)p. 291
CONSER Policy for Creating Aggregator-Neutral Recordsp. 291
Assignment of Access Pointsp. 292
Decisions on Main Entry and Added Entriesp. 292
Uniform Title (Rule 25.5B1)p. 293
Subject Analysisp. 295
Subject Headingsp. 295
Classificationp. 296
Cataloging Examplesp. 298
8 Organizing Information in the Digital Agep. 343
Scholarly Communicationp. 343
Users and Information Environmentp. 344
Metadatap. 347
Metadata and Catalogingp. 348
Selected Metadata Schemasp. 351
MARC 21 Formatsp. 351
MODS (Metadata Object Description Schema)p. 351
Dublin Corep. 352
Text Encoding Initiative (TEI)p. 354
Encoded Archival Description (EAD) Document Type Definition (DTD)p. 355
ONIX for Booksp. 355
Metadata Schemas Selection and Implementationp. 355
Dublin Core and Catalogingp. 357
The Future of Cataloging and Catalogersp. 357
Conclusionp. 359
Bibliographyp. 365
Indexp. 371

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