Descriptive cataloging & different formats for bibliographic description: ISBD & MARC.
Area 1: MARC 245 field (subfields $a, $b, & $c) – Title & statement of responsibility
Area 2: MARC 250 field (subfields $a & $b) – Edition statement & statement of responsibiity fo edition
Area 3: Not used in bib description of books
Area 4: MARC 260 (subfields $a, $b, $c, $e, $f, & $g) – Place, publisher & date
Area 5: MARC 300 (subfields $a,$b,$c, & $e) – # of volumes, pagination, illustrative matter; dimension, accompanying material
Descriptive cataloging – allows user to find title, publisher, data, & # of pages. Based on rules from 1st part of AACR2.
ISBD & MARC record are different representations of a bibliographic entity. ISBD cards can be generated from MARC data.
Area 1: Title Proper : other title information / statement of responsibility
One of most complex areas of cataloging record.
Readings & Assignments for Unit 2:
Review & consult AACR2 (1.0-1.1g4 & 2.0-2.1G2).
Work through Manheimer’s cataloging examples (pp.9-19).
2 cataloging assignments based on MARC 245 & 300 fields.