Contenu connexe


ARLIS serials training.pptx

  1. Multiple issues! An ARLIS/UK & Ireland serials cataloguing event.
  2. Contents for today: • cataloguing serials • creating predictions • oddities • serials promotion • Q+A
  3. • cataloguing serials In a nutshell: -specificdata for fixedfields -specificvariable fields -standardRDA rules apply -recordingholdings
  4. Cataloguingserials: the fixed fields Leader: Bibliographicallevel‘s’ 008: Typeof date, current or ceased Frequency Regularity 006/007: for electronic resources
  5. Cataloguingserials: the variable fields 022 issn 310 current frequency 321 former frequency 362 dates of publication 515 numbering peculiarities 588 source of description 600/651 subject headings [|vPeriodicals.] 780 precedingentry 785 succeedingentry 856 electronic location/access
  6. Cataloguingserials: cataloguer vs OPAC view
  7. Cataloguingserials: recording holdings
  8. • creating predictions In a nutshell: -serialsmodule? -enumeration -pattern -checkingin
  9. Creating predictions: enumeration
  10. Creating predictions: pattern
  11. Creating predictions: full example
  12. • oddities In a nutshell: -not all serialsmay look like one -local practicesmayapply
  13. Oddities: monographsin series
  14. Oddities: monographsin series
  15. Oddities: auction catalogues Oddities: single copies
  16. • serials promotion In a nutshell: -specialsearches -subject guides/readinglists -QR codes for e-journals
  17. Serials promotion: special searches
  18. Serials promotion: subject guides
  19. Serials promotion: QR codes
  20. • Training resources  Ed Jones’ RDA and serials cataloguing, Facet, 2013 (new edition 2024)  LC/CONSER cataloguing checklists (2012)  Libraries own cataloguing manuals online
  21. Thanks! Questions?

Notes de l'éditeur

  1. -examples taken from our LMS EOS.Web
  2. -Leader: bibliographical level S -008: more areas to be completed but these could be considered more important: type of date (current, ceased), the date, frequency, regularity… -remember specific fixed fields for electronic resources Most LMS will guide the cataloguer to standards via links
  3. -reminders: 362 dates more specific than 264, with issues etc 600/651: always end with free floating subdivision 780/785: possible combinations using indicators: merged with, split from etc, based on LMS. Add 500 if needed for extra info? -again, see further guidance on fields from LMS links
  4. Example of a journal still in print/receiving
  5. -ceased/no longer received VS current subscription. On the current, see Holding statement Current issues Possible notes: missing volumes? Locations? etc LMS may show claimed items
  6. Mention not all libraries may have a serials module; mention advantages?
  7. -complexity depends on publication -record when to claim to add title to claim reports; shorter period for regular publications, longer for irregular.
  8. -see all the specifications for the first (or next) issue -see when to skip numbers
  9. Prediction = Enumeration + Pattern Explain checking-in screen
  10. Record for the serial title…
  11. … and example of record for individual volume.
  12. Single copies: make sure they are catalogued as serials so they are included in fore example reports. Auction catalogues: may have codes/standard names for regular auctions
  13. -add images to the records
  14. -consider printing QR codes for e-journals and advertise by the print copies?
  15. Mindful of publication dates. RDA has evolved since.
  16. Stop recording