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-====== PINES Original Cataloging with RDA: Book Format ====== 
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-**<fc #​ff0000>​UPDATE IN PROGRESS. Contact PINES Cataloging Specialist for updated guidelines</​fc>​** 
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-Training for original cataloging on OCLC is mandatory for all except those catalogers who have already had experience on OCLC. Copy catalogers wishing original cataloging training should contact the PINES Cataloging Specialist for arrange for training to be scheduled. 
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-Currently there is full level cataloging training for books and AV formats. Original records, either full or K level, should be created with the OCLC Connexion Client and then imported into the PINES database. 
-<note important>​PINES requires that full-level cataloging (OCLC “I” level)\\ records be created for books.</​note>​ 
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-**Fixed fields**: All fixed fields must be coded correctly according to current practice (see [[https://​www.oclc.org/​bibformats/​en.html|OCLC Formats and Standards]] and [[http://​www.loc.gov/​marc/​|MARC Standards]]);​ always use “I” for Encoding Level. 
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-**Variable fields**: The following variable fields must be present in MARC bibliographic records when information is available and/or applicable. 
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-<wrap indent>​**Variable field key for this page**:</​wrap>​ 
-  * _ = blank value in indicators\\ 
-  * ǂ = subfield delimiter\\ 
-  * Subfield a (ǂa)  in the first position of a MARC tag is implied in OCLC system, so is omitted. 
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-**Resources:​**\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​For basic PINES original cataloging policies see [[cat:​original_cataloging_policies:​home|Original Cataloging Policies]].</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​For further instructions on using OCLC’s Connexion Client see [[https://​help.oclc.org/​Metadata_Services/​Connexion/​Connexion_client_documentation|Connexion client documentation]]</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​For more information on RDA guidelines and instructions,​ see  [[http://​access.rdatoolkit.org/​|RDA ToolKit]]</​wrap>​ 
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-===== Guidelines for Transcription (RDA 1.7) ===== 
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-**Transcribe vs Record: general information** 
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-**Transcribed elements** match exactly what is on resource, except when specific instructions say otherwise (those for capitalization and punctuation,​ for example). ​ 
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-<wrap indent>​**On resource**:</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​The Backwaters Press</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Omaha,​ Nebraska</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​**Transcribe as**: Omaha, Nebraska : The Backwaters Press</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​264 _1 Omaha, Nebraska : ǂb The Backwaters Press, ǂc [2016]</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​**On resource**: ​ ©2016</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​**Transcribe as**: 264 _4 ǂc ©2016</​wrap>​\\ 
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-**Recorded elements** is data about a resource that is not exactly as it appears on the source, or, is taken from another source. 
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-<wrap indent>​**On resource**: copyright 2016</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​**Record as**: 264 _4 ǂc ©2016</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​**On resource**: 978-0-8125-1528-2</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​**Record as**: 020    ‡a9780812515282</​wrap>​\\ 
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-==== Capitalization (RDA 1.7.2) ==== 
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-For the sake of consistency,​ PINES has implemented the guidelines in RDA Appendix A. For titles, capitalize only the first letter in the title. Exceptions are proper names and nouns. 
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-<wrap indent>​**On resource**: Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​**Record as**: 245 10  Gone with the wind / ǂc Margaret Mitchell. </​wrap>​ 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​**On resource**: BABAR THE KING  by Jean de Brunhoff ; translated into English by Scott Fontenot & Denise St. Pierre.\\ 
-**Record as:** 245 10  Babar the King / ǂc Jean de Brunhoff ; translated into English by Scott Fontenot & Denise St. Pierre. </​WRAP>​ 
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-==== Punctuation (RDA 1.7.3) ==== 
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-**Add punctuation if necessary for clarity.** 
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-**Title page**: Aristotle Onassis by\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Nicholas Fraser</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Frank Smith</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Simon Lemon</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Esther Ryde</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​edited by Joe Jackson</​wrap>​ 
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-**Record as**:  245 10  Aristotle Onassis / ǂc by Nicholas Fraser, Frank Smith, Simon Lemon, Esther Ryde ; edited by Joe Jackson. 
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-**Transcribe punctuation as it appears on the source.** 
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-<wrap indent>​...And then there were none</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​What is it? what is it not?</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Vessels on the Northwest coast between Alaska and      California -- 1543–1811</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>I don’t do dishes!</​wrap>​\\ 
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-**Make a note to indicate that punctuation has been omitted or modified, if considered important for identification.** 
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-<wrap indent>​264 _1 Boston, Mass.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​500 ​   Place of publication appears on the source as: Boston [Mass.]</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​245 10  John Wansley (Wanslow), Sr., his wife Mildred (Milly or Millie) Whitten and their children / ǂc James Baker Evans.</​WRAP>​ 
-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​500 ​ Alternative last names appear, respectively,​ as John Wansley [Wanslow], Sr., his wife Mildred [Milly or Millie] on the preferred source of information.</​WRAP>​ 
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-==== Diacritics (RDA 1.7.4) ==== 
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-Transcribe diacritical marks or add them, if needed, even if absent from the resource.\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​**Title page**: LES MISERABLES</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​**Record as**: 245 14 Les misérables. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-=== How to add diacritics in Connexion: === 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​Place your cursor after the letter needing the diacritic (e.g. **e|**), or highlight the letter. Then select the diacritics editor by using **Ctrl e** or from **Edit** menu --- **ALA Enter Diacritics**. Choose what you need and click **Insert & Close**.</​WRAP>​ 
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-==== Symbols (RDA 1.7.5) ==== 
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-Replace symbols and other characters that cannot be reproduced by the facilities available, and add a note with a description of the symbol. 
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-<wrap indent>​245 10  Animalapples</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​500 ​ The letter “a” in title is presented by images of red apples.</​wrap>​ 
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-Spacing (RDA 1.7.6) 
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-**Transcribe acronyms and initials without spaces.** 
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-<wrap indent>​**Title page**: by J. D. Salinger. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​**Record as**: 245 … ǂc by J.D. Salinger. </​wrap>​ 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​This rule does not apply to transcribing a personal access point in authority record in the 100 tag. Here, there has to be a space between initials. </​WRAP>​ 
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-<WRAP INDENT CENTERALIGN>​100 1_ Salinger, J. D. ǂq (Jerome David), ǂd 1919-2010.</​WRAP>​ 
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-<wrap indent>​**Title page**: ​ Anything / anytime / anywhere for you.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​**Record as**: 245 00 Anything/​anytime/​anywhere for you.</​wrap>​ 
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-==== Abbreviations (RDA 1.7.8 and Appendix B) ==== 
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-Generally, RDA standards and guidelines are to avoid using abbreviations. The primary exceptions are for: 
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-  * Units of measurement 
-  * Abbreviations that are regularly used in resources and are commonly understood by users 
-  * Abbreviations that a resource uses to identify ​ 
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-Mostly, abbreviations are used only when they appear on the resource, although there are some exceptions in addition to those noted above. See RDA Appendix B for guidance. 
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-<​note>"​cm."​ is no longer considered to be an abbreviation. Use “cm”</​note>​ 
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-Examples: 
-{{tablelayout?​rowsHeaderSource=1&​rowsVisible=15&​float=center}} 
-^ AACR2              ^ RDA                                    ^ 
-| p.                 | pages                                  | 
-| ca.                | approximately ​                         | 
-| i.e.               | that is                                | 
-| acc.               | accompanied ​                           | 
-| ill.               | illustrations ​                         | 
-| col.               | color                                  | 
-| facsim. ​           | facsimile ​                             | 
-| ed.                | edition ​                               | 
-| S.l.               | [place of publication not identified] ​ | 
-| s.n.               | [publisher not identified] ​            | 
-| n.d.               | [date of publication not identified] ​  | 
-| 3 vol.             | 3 volumes ​                             | 
-| ca. 200 p.         | approximately 200 pages                | 
-| 48 [i.e. 96] p.    | 48, that is, 96 pages                  | 
-| [16] p. of plates ​ | 16 unnumbered pages of plates ​         | 
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-==== Inaccuracies (RDA 1.7.9; 2.3.6) ==== 
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-Transcribe an inaccuracy or a misspelled word as it appears on the resource unless the instructions for a specific element differ. Make a note to explain, if necessary. Correct the inaccuracy note if it is important for identification or access. Add a variant title to record the correct form of the inaccuracies in a title to ensure identification and access. 
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-**On title page**: Oak Hill Methodist Church Cemetary\\ 
-**Transcribe as**:\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 00 Oak Hill Methodist Church Cemetary</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​246 3   Oak Hill Methodist Church Cemetery</​wrap>​\\ 
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-or 
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-<wrap indent>​245 00 Oak Hill Methodist Church Cemetary</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​246 1_ ǂi Title misspelled and should read: ǂa Oak Hill Methodist Church Cemetery</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<​note>​Remember to code ǂa when it is not in the first position in a MARC field. 
-</​note>​ 
-<wrap indent>​245 04 The wolrd of television</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​246 3_ World of television</​wrap>​ 
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-===== Source of Information guidelines (RDA 2.2.2) ===== 
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-**Preferred source of information:​**\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Title page</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​If no title page: use information from cover, colophon pages, or anywhere within the resource.</​wrap>​ 
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-**Other source of information:​**\\ 
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-Accompanying materials, etc. or any other available source. 
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-If information outside of the resource is used in certain elements, indicate this by placing the information in brackets. These elements include: 
-  * title proper 
-  * parallel title proper 
-  * other title information 
-  * all the subelements under statements of responsibility:​ 
-    * edition statement 
-    * production statement 
-    * publication statement 
-    * distribution statement 
-    * manufacture statement 
-    * series statement 
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-<​note>​These are all 2xx fields and the 490 field.</​note>​ 
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-Putting data from sources outside your resource in brackets is enough. Notes on where you get the information are unnecessary. 
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-===== Fixed Fields ===== 
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-In OCLC and Evergreen, the fixed field is a combination of the MARC Leader and the 008 field. They are identified by their positions within the Leader and 008 (Type=Leader/​06,​ for example). OCLC WorldCat and Evergreen use a fixed field matrix or grid for the Leader and 008 field to simplify input and editing. These fields are codes for computer handling and are often used for OPAC display and search filters. They are constant and are fixed length and fixed variables for coding. All fixed fields should be correctly coded for your resource. 
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-Of special note for original cataloging of books are: 
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-<wrap indent>​**Type (Type of Record/​material being cataloged)**:​ a (Books) </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​**BLvl (Bibliographical Level)**: m (monograph) </​wrap>​ 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​**Desc (Descriptive Cataloging Form)**: i (ISBD: Descriptive portion of the record contains the punctuation provisions of ISBD.) </​WRAP>​ 
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-<wrap indent>​**Elvl (Encoding Level/​degree of completeness of the bibliographic record)**: </​wrap>​\\ 
-  * I (Full-level input by OCLC member library) 
-<wrap indent>​or</​wrap>​\\ 
-  * K (Minimal-level input by OCLC participants member library) 
-<wrap indent>​**Cont:​ b … 6**</​wrap>​\\ 
-  * Be careful when coding Cont: (Contents). With the exception of “b” for bibliographical references (bibliographies),​ all or a significant amount of the resource has to be the material symbolized by the code. For example, the code “i” for index is used when the resource is an index and not when a publication only contains an index (which is coded in Indx:  Index; 008/31). 
-  * For graphic novels, use “6”. 
-  * Code all blank ∎ areas, if required/​applicable,​ to define the material nature of the resource. At least one subject heading or subdivision should also define the nature. Do not code anything locally added to the resource in the master record.\\ 
-<wrap indent>​**Form:​** d (large print, if item is large print)</​wrap>​\\ 
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-===== 007 field ===== 
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-The 007, the physical description fixed field, is a variable control field used to define elements of the resource not included in the Leader/008. While OCLC uses subfields for elements in the 007, MARC 21 defines the elements by position. Codes differ dependent on the format of the resource. Traditionally used for non-print formats, more recently coding has been added to the 007 field for print resources. 
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-<wrap indent>​007 t ǂb a</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​007 t ǂb b (coding for large print) </​wrap>​ 
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-===== Resource Identifiers (0xx fields) (RDA 2.15) ===== 
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-Identifiers for a manifestation 
-<wrap indent>​010 ​ 890456389</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​010 ​ 2001236489</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​020 ​ ISBN ǂq (pb, hc, etc. if more than one found) </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​020 ​ ǂz for an invalid ISBN number</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​024 1_ 639277552693</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​024 3_ 2639267552982 (13 digit EAN number) </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<​note>​No need to code the 024 field if numbers are identical to the ISBN</​note>​ 
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-===== Other 0xx Fields ===== 
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-<wrap indent>​041 0_ eng ǂa spa (text in parallel languages of English & Spanish) </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​041 1_ spa ǂh eng  (text is or contains a translation:​ English text (ǂh) translated into Spanish) </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​043 ​      ​n-us-ga</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​043 ​      ​n-us---</​wrap>​\\ 
-    * 043 is added when a record has a geographic subject access point or has a geographic element in an access point: 
-<wrap indent>​245 10  Gone with the wind.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​651 _0  Georgia ǂx History ǂy Civil War, 1861-1865 ǂv Fiction.</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<​note>​You may use the OCLC macro functionality to generate a 43 tag. Tools – Macro – Manage – Generate 043 – Run.</​note>​ 
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-<wrap indent>​082 04  641.5 ǂ2 23</​wrap>​\\ 
-    * DDC call number. Apply one in a full-level record. Use [[http://​dewey.org/​webdewey/​login/​login.html|WebDewey]]. You can also access WebDewey through the Tools menu in the Connexion Client. ​ 
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-===== Access Points for Creators, 1xx fields (RDA 6.27.1.2) ===== 
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-Works created by persons, families, or corporate bodies 
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-<wrap indent>​100 1_  Personal name</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 3_  Family*</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​110 2_ or 1  Corporate body</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​111 2_  Conference, meeting, event</​wrap>​\\ 
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-==== Access Points for Personal Names (RDA 9.2) ==== 
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-<fc #​87ceeb>​**CORE ELEMENT**</​fc>​ 
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-<wrap indent>​100 1_ Morrison, Tony.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 1_ Walker, Alice, ǂd 1944-</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 0_ John Paul ǂb II, ǂc Pope, ǂd 1912-1978. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 1_ King, Martin Luther, ǂc Jr., ǂd 1929-1968. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 1_ Salinger, J. D. ǂq (Jerome David), ǂd 1919-2010. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-If a resource has a creator, make sure you search the OCLC authority file to see if a matching name authority record (NAR) for the creator exists. If there is, use it. If not, transcribe the creator’s name in 100 field as a place holder, and then send The PINES Cataloging Specialist all information about the creator from the resource, creator’s Webpages and other reliable online resources, and/or from a local creators themselves. 
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-**Choice of a preferred name:** If varied forms of the name exist, one with or without middle initials, or fuller form of middle or first names, for example, the preferred name should be one following the book’s title either on title page or cover if there is no title page. 
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-<wrap indent>​Information needed to create a NAR for a creator:</​wrap>​ 
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-  * The DOB is the most desirable information if available 
-  * Birthplace, places of residence 
-  * Occupation 
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-==== Access Points for Corporate Bodies (RDA 8.1.2, 19.2.1.1.1) ==== 
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-**Corporate bodies as creators** 
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-A corporate body can be a creator, if the content of its work falls into the following categories (outlined below are some key points; for more detail, check the RDA rule). 
-    * Works of an administrative nature. 
-    * Works that record the collective thought of the body (reports of commissions,​ committees, etc.). 
-    * Works that record hearings conducted by legislative,​ judicial, governmental,​ and other corporate bodies. 
-    * Works that report the collective activity of conference, expedition, an event, exhibition). 
-    * Works that result from the collective activity of a performing group. 
-    * Cartographic works. 
-    * Legal works. 
-    * Named individual works of art by two or more artists acting as a corporate body. 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​If no NAR exists in OCLC for the corporate body, transcribe it in 110 as a place holder in your bib record and then send all information about it to the PINES Cataloging Specialist: location, date started, any other variant name, major activities, Web page, etc.</​WRAP>​ 
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-Examples: 
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-<wrap indent>​110 1_ Georgia. ǂb Department of Audits and Accounts.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​110 2_ Microsoft Corporation. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-==== Access Points for Family Names (RDA 8.1.2; 10.10.1.1) ==== 
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-**<fc #​87ceeb>​CORE ELEMENT</​fc>​** 
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-When constructing an authorized access point to represent a family, use the preferred name for the family (RDA 10.2.2). 
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-<wrap indent>​100 3_ Wray (Family : ǂg Wray, Mary), ǂe compiler.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 14 The Mary Wray family recipe book / ǂc compiled by the Mary Wary family.</​wrap>​ 
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-If no NAR exists in OCLC for the family name, create a placeholder 100 _3 in the record in the form:\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 3_ Last name of the family (Family)</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Example: ​ 100 3_ Branson (Family)</​wrap>​\\ 
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-For creation of a NAR, send the PINES Cataloging Specialist as much of the following family information as possible: 
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-    * Surname of the family. 
-    * Date associated with the family. 
-    * Place(s) associated with the family. 
-    * Prominent member(s) of the family. 
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-==== Relationship Designators ==== 
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- 
-Relationship designators identify the relationship between a resource and associated agents. They provide specific information about the character of the relationship and as many can be used as needed to fully describe that relationship. They are optional, but strongly encouraged. PINES local policies recommend their addition. 
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-Examples: 
- 
-<wrap indent>​100 1_ Doodler, Todd H., ǂe author, ǂe illustrator.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 1_ Green, Katie ǂc (Illustrator),​ ǂe artist, ǂe author.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 1_ Hitchman, Virginia, ǂe author, ǂe interviewer,​ ǂe translator, ǂe compiler, ǂe editor. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-**Common relationship designators for books format:** 
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-<wrap indent>, ​ ǂe author. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>, ǂe illustrator. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>, ǂe editor. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>, ǂe compiler. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>, ǂe translator. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>, ǂe photographer. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-See [[http://​access.rdatoolkit.org/​|RDA Appendix I]] for a more complete list.\\ 
-For more information,​ see the [[http://​www.loc.gov/​aba/​pcc/​sct/​documents/​rel-desig-guide-bib.pdf|PCC Training Manual for Applying Relationship Designators in Bibliographic Records]]. 
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-==== Access Points for Compilation - one agent (RDA 6.2.2.10.3) ==== 
- 
- 
-**Collection of works by the same agent** 
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-<wrap indent>​100 1_ Dickens, Charles, ǂd 1812-1870, ǂe author. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 10 Dickens’ new stories. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​505 00 ǂt Hard times – ǂt Pictures from Italy – ǂt The tale of two cities. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Dickens, Charles, ǂd 1812-1870. ǂt Hard times.</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Dickens, Charles, ǂd 1812-1870. ǂt Pictures from Italy. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Dickens, Charles, ǂd 1812-1870. ǂt Tale of two cities. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​Drop all articles from the original titles when coding ǂt in an analytical tracing or ǂa for 740 (uncontrolled related/​analytical title). </​WRAP>​ 
- 
-<wrap indent>​The main title (245 field) is: 245 14 The great Gatsby. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Code analytical access point as:</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12  Fitzgerald, F. Scott ǂq (Francis Scott), ǂd 1896-1940. ǂt Great Gatsby. </​wrap>​\\ 
- 
-<wrap indent>​Code 740 02 as: </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​740 02 Hard times. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​740 02 Pictures from Italy. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​740 02 Tales of two cities. </​wrap>​\\ 
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- 
-<​note>​ Relationship designators (ǂe relator term) are not added for 700 12 tracing.</​note>​ 
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-==== Access Points for Collaboration (RDA 6.27.1.3, 19.2.1.1) ==== 
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-**Collaborative work with multiple agents** 
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-RDA 6.27.1.3: If one principal name (person, corporate body, family) responsible for the work is indicated, make an access point for this named person/​group. If a principal name is not indicated, as is in the example below, the first-named creator is considered the principal creator of the work. 
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-Creating access points for other creators/​agents is optional but you should provide them for those who have different responsibilities. 
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-<wrap indent>​Title page: </​wrap>​\\ 
-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​Managing bird damage to fruit and other horticultural crops by John Tracey, Mary Bomford, Quentin Hart, Glen Saunders, Ron Sinclair. </​WRAP>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Transcription:​ </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​100 1_ Tracey, John, ǂe author. ​ <fc #​87ceeb>​**(CORE ELEMENT)**</​fc></​wrap>​\\ 
- 
-<wrap indent>​Optional for others: </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​700 1_ Bomford, Mary, ǂe author. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 1_ Hart, Quentin, ǂe author. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 1_ Saunders, Glen, ǂe author. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 1_ Sinclair, Ron, ǂe author. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-==== Compilation with multiple agents (RDA 6.27.1.4) ==== 
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- 
-**Work or works by multiple agents with a collective title** 
- 
-For a compilation of works by multiple agents with a collective title, record the collective title in the 245 and omit a 1xx field. 
- 
-Example :  
- 
-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​Introduction to Greek Philosophy / Frank Robinson, Edith Bieber, and Ronald Carl.   ​Toronto Socratic Publishing.</​WRAP>​ 
- 
-<wrap indent>​Table of Contents: </​wrap>​\\ 
- 
-<wrap indent>​Preface ……………………. . June DiAngelo</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​The Three Ages ……………...Frank Robinson</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Plato and Socrates …………...Edith Bieber</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Modern Influence ……………Ronal Carl</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​Conclusion ………………….. Hans Schmit</​wrap>​\\ 
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-The authorized access point is the preferred title and analytical authorized access points can be provided for each agent: 
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-<wrap indent>​245 00 Introduction to Greek philosophy</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Robins, Frank. ǂt Three ages. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Bieber, Edith. ǂt Plato and Socrates. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Carl, Ronald. ǂt Modern influence. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-**Work or works by multiple agents without a collective title** 
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-Example: 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​245 00 In praise of older women / ǂ c Stephen Vizinczey. 
-Feramontiv / Desmond Cory. The graveyard shift / Harry Patterson.</​WRAP>​ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Vizinczey, Stephen, ǂc 1933- ǂt In praise of older women. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Cory, Desmond, ǂd 1928- ǂt Feramontiv. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​700 12 Patterson, Harry, 1929-  ǂt Graveyard shift. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-As an alternative,​ RDA 6.2.2.11.2 and 2.3.2.11 allow you to devise a collective title. For example, you might devise a collective title if more title/agent entries exist than can be easily handled in a 245. 
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-Make a note to indicate the source of a title proper (RDA 2.17.2.3). 
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-==== Access points for adapters, etc. (RDA 6.27.1.5) ==== 
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- 
-**Adaptations and revisions** 
- 
-You may have to make a judgment call to determine if: </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​The resource in hand is a new work derived from another work? </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​Or</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​Is it simply a revision of an existing work? </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​If the resource is considered a new work, use the adapter as preferred name access point in 100 field. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​If an adaptation or revision of an existing work substantially changes the nature and content of that work, treat the adaptation or revision as a new work. Making an author-added entry for the original creator is optional. </​WRAP>​\\ 
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-===== Preferred Title: 240 field (RDA 6.2.2, 6.11) ===== 
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-<fc #​87ceeb>​**CORE ELEMENT**</​fc>​ 
- 
-**Preferred title for Expression** 
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-<wrap indent>​100 1_  Stendhal, ǂd 1783-1842</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​240 10  Rouge et le noir. ǂl English (<fc #​87ceeb>​**CORE ELEMENT**</​fc>​) </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 14  The red and the black</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​If original author/​title information is available</​wrap>​\\ 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​Code 100/240 fields for a translation if the original title and author are known. Code in subfield ǂl the language in which it is translated, the same language as it appears in 245 title field. Language of an expression is an RDA **<fc #​87ceeb>​CORE ELEMENT</​fc>​**.</​WRAP>​\\ 
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-===== Title (RDA 2.3) ===== 
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-<fc #​87ceeb>​**CORE ELEMENT**</​fc>​ 
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-“A word, character, or group of words and/or characters that names a resource or a work contained in it” (RDA 2.3.1.1). 
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-More than one title can be associated with the resource. Multiple titles can be found in: 
-  * Sources of information (title page, title frame; caption title, running title; cover, spine; title bar) 
-  * On a jacket, sleeve, container, etc. 
-  * In material accompanying it. 
-  * Through reference sources 
-  * Through assignment by a registration agency (for example, key title) 
-  * By an agency preparing a description of it (For example, a translation by the cataloger). 
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-==== 245 Title field: 1st indicator (Title added entry: MARC coding) ==== 
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-<wrap indent>​If a 1xx field is present, the indicator is coded 1 and a title access point is made. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​If a 1xx field is not present, the indicator is coded 0 and a title access point is not made. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-==== 245 Title field: 2nd Indicator (Nonfiling characters: MARC coding) ==== 
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-Indicator is coded with 0-9 for the number of nonfiling characters to be skipped in indexing or filing. 
- 
-**0** is used when the title does not begin with an article an means no characters are skipped. 
-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​Diacritical marks or special characters at the beginning of a title field that does not begin with an initial article are not counted as nonfiling characters.</​WRAP>​ 
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-**1-9** is used when a Title begins with a definite or indefinite article that is skipped in sorting and filing. 
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-<WRAP INDENT JUSTIFY>​Include in the count any diacritical mark, space, or mark of punctuation related to the article and any space or mark of punctuation preceding the first filing character after the initial article.</​WRAP>​ 
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-<wrap indent>​This rule also applies to foreign languages that have definite or indefinite articles. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-<wrap indent>​**Examples**:</​wrap>​ 
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-<wrap indent>​245 10 Hamlet. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 10 “Who is afraid of Virginia Woolf?” </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 12 A good man is hard to find. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 13 An eye toward perfection. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 14 The trial. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 15 “The definitive answer”… </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 15 The "​winter mind"</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​246 16 --the serpent--snapping eye. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 17 The ... annual report to the Governor. </​wrap>​\\ 
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-==== 245 ǂa Title proper (RDA 1.3, 2.3.2, 2.3.4, 2.4.2) ==== 
- 
-<fc #​87ceeb>​**CORE ELEMENT**</​fc>​ 
- 
-A principal name of a manifestation,​ normally used when naming the manifestation. 
- 
-**Examples:​** 
- 
-<wrap indent>​Title page: The Big Book of Colours, Smells & Tastes. </​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 _4 The big book of colours, smells & tastes</​wrap>​\\ 
- 
-<wrap indent>​An alternative title is treated as part of the title proper (RDA 2.3.2.1) </​wrap>​\\ 
- 
-<wrap indent>​Title page: Moby Dick or The Whale</​wrap>​\\ 
-<wrap indent>​245 _0  Moby Dick, or, The Whale</​wrap>​\\ 
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-=== Preferred source of information (RDA 2.2.2.2) === 
- 
-    *  “Take a title proper from the preferred source of information specified at RDA 2.2.2, 2.2.3”. 
- 
-    *  “If there is no title provided within the manifestation itself, take a title proper from one of the sources specified at RDA 2.2.4”. 
- 
-    *  “Make a note on the source of a title proper, if required (see RDA 2.17.2.3)”. 
  
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