Revise first paragraph to read: 1.1A2. Sources of information. Take information recorded in this area from the chief source of information for the material to which the item belongs; and/or, if needed, from the other sources of information in the item, or supply information from outside the item. Enclose information supplied from outside the item in square brackets.
Transcribe errors in title as found. Do not insert "[sic]" or corrections. Record corrected title in a note and title added entry.*
Remove [sic]" from 9th example, and "[i.e. new]" from 10th example.
*(in MARC21, the note and added entry may be combined in 246, e.g., 246 1 $iCorrected stitle:$aWorld of television.)
Add example: Sensation : a Lucille LeMieux novel
Sensation : a Lucille LeMieux novel
Add new paragraphs and examples
Give, for individual treaties and other formal agreements and collections of such agreements (see 21.35), a supplied title before the title proper consisting of Treaties, etc. and the date(s) of the treaty.
[Treaties, etc., 1966 March 3] Agreement between the government of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland and the kingdom of Denmark relating to the delimitation of the continental shelf between the two countries, London, 3 March 1963
[Treaties, etc., 1776-1949] Treaties and other international agreements of the United States of America, 1776-1949
[Treaties, etc., 1925] Concordat entre le Saint-Siège et la république de Pologne
Give, for separately published protocols, amendments, etc., ancillary to a treaty, etc. and collections of such protocols, etc., (see 21.35E), a supplied title before the title proper consisting of Treaties, etc. and the date(s) of the treaty or treaties and Protocols, etc ., followed by the date(s) of the protocol(s), etc.
[Treaties, etc., 1950. Protocols, etc., 1951 March 6] Amendments to the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms …
Delete and replace with:
1.1C. Media terms
1.1C1. choose at least one term from each of the two lists below.For display. the terms may be enclosed in square brackets. Separate terms from different lists with a space semicolon space. Separate two terms from the same list with a comma space. It is suggested that Carrier display before Content, because Carrier more often resembles legacy GMDs.
Preferably display media terms preceding all descriptive data in accord with International Bibliographic Description (ISBD) Area 0, or substitute icons based on the media terms or MARC21 fixed fields. Do display MARC21 33X $3 indication of what part of a resource the term applies. Do not display the NARC21 33X $2 subfield giving source of the term.Some have opted to display content and carrier terms following collation (MARC21 tag order), not displaying media type. Some display content and carrier terms in one line with the label "Format:", since "Carrier:" as a label suggest an airline or other mode of transporation. Examples:
[online resource ; text][videodisc ; two- dimensional moving image] [computer disc ; image, text] If more than one term is needed from either list for a multipart resource, e.g., a book with a CD, precede the terms with an indication of the material specified, for example: [Book: volume ; text : CD: computer disc : spoken word] Separate media terms for differnt parts of a resource with a space colon space. List 1, Carrier type (MARC21 338) AUDIO CARRIERS
computer chip cartridge
\ computer disc
computer disc cartridge
computer tape cartridge
computer tape cassette
computer tape reel
PROJECTED IMAGE CARRIERS
slide (for photographic slides
*[Some kits may contain pieces requiring mediation; RDA would list each piece.]
List 2, Content type (MARC21 336) [braille]*[cf. tactile text]
cartographic moving image
cartographic tactile image
cartographic tactile three-dimensional form
cartographic three-dimensional form;
[large print text]*
tactile notated movement
tactile text [cf. braille]
tactile three- dimensional form
three-dimensional moving image
two-dimensional moving image
*["mixed" might be used for various pieces in a kit; RDA would list them separately; bracketed terms are
MRI alternatives to longer RDA phrases, or missing terms.]
[RDA offers three options for content terms: give all which apply,
e.g., "text, still image" for an illustrated manifestation; all which
are significant, e.g., "still image, text" for an art exhibition
catalogue; or predominant only, e.g., either "text" or "still image",
depending on which is a larger part of the manifestation. MARC21 has
the option of repeating 336$a or repeating 336; repeating 336 is more
If desired, add a media type term from the following list to the terms taken from the
preceding two lists. Give a media type term, if chosen, before the carrier and
content terms and followed by a space, colon, space. Do not display "unmediated".
[microform : microfiche : map]
[electronic : online resource : text, image]
Delete rule and examples.
Revise to read:
1.1F1. Transcribe statements of responsibility (other than those for motion pictures and videorecordings) appearing prominently in the item in the form in which they appear there. Give statements of responsibility for motion pictures and videorecordings in a note (see 7.7B6). If a statement of responsibility is taken from a source outside the item, enclose it in square brackets.
Delete rule F1.1F6. Substitute:
Transcribe the complete statement of responsibility, including all authors, their titles, "Jr'", "II", and optionally positions, and affiliations. Separate those having different functions , e.g., editor, illustrator, translator, by space semicolon space.
[[Omit positions and affiliations, so that the institutions will not be confused with corporate contributors.]
[RDA has the option to omit authors after the first for each function with "[and # others]" added.]"; do not adopt.]
[If more than 10, consider transcribing the first three for each function, and adding [et # others] ]
Reword to read: 1.1F7. If titles (including titles of nobility, address, honour, etc.), initials of societies, date(s) of founding, etc., are part of the statement of responsibility, include them.
Remove all other text. Retain examples, but revise the last three to read:
… / by Dr. Harry Smith.
… / sponsored by the Library Association (founded 1877)
… / by the late T.A. Rennard
Add, after the first two examples:
Optionally , devise a collective title and enclose it in square brackets.
[Essays and poems] Lord Macaulay’s essays ; and, Lays of ancient Rome
[Three plays] Major Barbara ; Captain Brassbound’s conversion ; Man and superman
Add, after the last two examples:
Optionally, devise a collective title and enclose it in square brackets.
[Maps of English towns] Dorchester / Dorset Historical Society.
Newton Abbot : places of interest. Sherbourne / Friends of Sherbourne.