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1Jones, E.: ¬The evolution of the serial work, the FRBR conceptual model, and RDA.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 56(2018) no.2/3, S.128-145.
Inhalt: Vgl.: https://doi.org/10.1080/01639374.2017.1388325.
Anmerkung: Beitrag in einem Heft: 'Setting standards to work and live by: A memorial Festschrift for Valerie Bross'.
Objekt: FRBR ; RDA
2Jones, E.: RDA and serials cataloguing.
London : Facet Publ., 2013. XII, 215 S.
Abstract: In this manual, expert cataloguer Ed Jones shows you how to catalogue serials using the new cataloguing standard, RDA: Resource Description and Access. Serials and continuing resources present a variety of unique challenges in bibliographic management, from special issues and unnumbered supplements to recording the changes that a long-running periodical can experience over time. Easing cataloguers through the RDA: Resource Description and Access transition by showing the continuity with past practice, serials cataloguing expert Jones frames the practice within the structure of the FRBR and FRAD conceptual models on which RDA is based. With serials' special considerations in mind, this essential guide explains the familiarities and differences between AACR2 and RDA and demonstrates how serials cataloguers' work fits in the cooperative context of OCLC, CONSER and NACO. Jones looks in detail at the process of cataloguing serials and ongoing integrating resources using RDA, from attributes and relationships between works to identifying related entities. Finally, looking at the possibilities offered by Linked Data, he presents examples of how RDA records can ultimately engage with the Semantic Web.
Inhalt: Introduction to serials and serials cataloguing - Getting to know RDA: changes from AACR2 - Searching and the universe of serials - Cataloguing serials and ongoing integrating resources using RDA - General instructions relating to serials cataloguing using RDA and MARC 21 - Attributes of resources (Manifestations and Items and the Works and Expressions they embody) - Relationships between resources - Identifying Works and Expressions - Identifying related entities - Online serials and CONSER provider-neutral records - Ongoing integrating resources - RDA and Linked Data
Anmerkung: Parallelausg. bei der ALA
LCSH: Resource description & access ; Cataloging of serial publications ; Cataloging of integrating resources
RSWK: Resource description and access / Zeitschrift / Katalogisierung ; Schriftenreihe / Katalogisierung / Resource description and access ; Resource description and access / Fortlaufendes Sammelwerk / Katalogisierung
BK: 06.70 (Katalogisierung / Bestandserschließung)
GHBS: BBXP (FH K)
4Jones, E.A.: In search of UBC : s study in the convergence of practice between the Library of Congress and the other ABACUS libraries.Pt.1: Introduction, general observations, and choice of entry.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 23(1997) nos.3/4, S.85-163.
Abstract: Reports results of a comparative analysis of choice and form of main entry in the monograph cataloguing of the LoC and that of the British Library and the national libraries of Canada and Australia in 1982 and 1989, examining the extent to which LoC practice and that of the other agencies was consistent and, when it was not, the apparent reasons for the inconsistency. The overall aim of the project was to investigate the achievement of UBC and the implicit idea that bibliographic records created by the national bibliographic agency (NBA) of one country should be acceptable, without modification, the NBAs of other countries. Part 1 provides a general introduction and background to the study, which set out to measure the degree of consistency achieved by the LoC and Association of Bibliographic Agencies of Australia, Britain, Canada and the USA (ABACUS) NBAs is assigning main entries to books catalogued, along with an analysis of broad patterns and patterns affecting the choice of main entry
5Jones, E.A.: Multiple versions revisited.
In: Serials librarian. 32(1997) nos.1/2, S.177-198.
Abstract: The entity-relationship model in the IFLA draft 'Functional requirements of bibliographic records' (FRBR) provides a useful mechanism for reexamining the multiple-versions problem in serials cataloguing. However, along with the increase in usefulness afforded by the FRBR model comes an inevitable increase in ambiguity regarding what constitutes a version within the model, and at what level of that model, and ultimately what constitutes a work
Anmerkung: Contribution to an issue devoted to serials cataloguing at the turn of the century
6Jones, E.A.: In search of UBC : s study in the convergence of practice between the Library of Congress and the other ABACUS libraries.Pt.2.
In: Cataloging and classification quarterly. 24(1997) nos.3/4, S.59-124.
Abstract: Reports results of a comparative analysis of choice and form of main entry in the monograph cataloguing of the LoC and that of the British Library and the national libraries of Canada and Australia in 1982 and 1989, to examine the level and kind of consistency achieved in Anglo-American descriptive cataloguing. The overall aim of the project was to investigate the achievement of UBC and the implicit idea that bibliographic records created by the national bibliographic agency (NBA) of one country should be acceptable, without modification, to the NBAs of other countries. Part 2 provides an analysis of patternsaffecting the form of main entry headings (personal and corporate names), choice and form of uniform titles and titles proper, and miscellaneous descriptive cataloguing elements. These steps are intended to lead to a common MARC format, a common file of authority records, and, ultimately, a common file of bibliographic records for the cataloguing agencies of the major English speaking countries. concludes that Barbara Tillett's vision of 1 seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon
7Jones, E.A.: Death of a cataloguing code : Seymour Lubetzky's code of cataloging rules and the question of institutions.
In: Technical services management: 1965-1990. A quarter of a century of change and a look into the future. Festschrift for Kathryn Luther Henderson. Ed.: L.C. Smith et al. Binghampton : Haworth, 1996. S.121-154.
Abstract: Explores the politics of cataloguing code revision by tracing the history of the treatment of 'institutions' (corporate entries) as the 1949 ALA code was revisited
Themenfeld: Formalerschließung ; Geschichte der Kataloge
8Jones, E.A.: Consistency in choice and form of main entry : a comparison of Library of Congress and British Library monograph cataloging.
In: Library resources and technical services. 36(1992), S.209-223.