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1Bernstein, S.: MARC reborn : migrating MARC fixed field metadata into the variable fields.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 54(2016) no.1, S.23-38.
Abstract: Despite calls over the past decade and a half for MARC to be replaced with an encoding standard that is more in keeping with current metadata practices, the current standard has evolved in such a way as to render many of the arguments by those who call for its demise moot. A further revision to the standard is proposed to address the one remaining problem with MARC so as to allow it to better serve the needs of information seekers for years to come.
Inhalt: Vgl.: DOI: 10.1080/01639374.2015.1075642.
2Bernstein, S.: Beyond content, media, and carrier : RDA carrier characteristics.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 52(2014) no.5, S.463-486.
Abstract: In moving to Resource Description and Access (RDA), the change from recording a General Material Designation (GMD) to recording separate elements for Content, Media, and Carrier has attracted most of the cataloging world's attention. By themselves, these elements do not provide the user with enough nuance to perform the basic functions of finding, identifying, selecting, and obtaining materials. RDA includes a set of lower-level elements called Carrier Characteristics for describing these resource's properties; however, these elements have not enjoyed as much discussion in the professional literature as have the three higher-tier elements. Details of RDA's carrier characteristics are discussed and their shortcomings are analyzed.