Instead, you may specify such differences in copy- or institution-specific notes. Differences in provider-specific series statements Differences in provider-specific accessibility Differences in provider-specific file formats, file sizes, technical requirements, etc. For RDA cataloging covering original microforms, see instruction 1. Code Form for the electronic aspects of the item, using either code o for online resources or code q for tangible electronic resources, such as CD-ROMs. When deriving a record from the record for the original resource without re-describing the original, enter a note to indicate that the description is based on the original version record e. Option for separate records Prefer creation of separate records when both online and tangible versions of the resource exist.
Some records may have used a field transcribing exact wording from the title page — e. Element Guidelines for “in” analytics BLvl Code for the mode of issuance of the component e. Prefer creation of separate records when both online and tangible versions of the resource exist. A microform that is published simultaneously with a print or other format version is treated as original because the print does not preexist the microform and both are being generated from the same source at the same time. Cataloging supplementary items and accompanying material independently Cataloging independently refers to cataloging separate records for the supplementary or accompanying material. Guidelines Use the following guidelines:
This section provides guidelines on adding local information that is not appropriate in the master bibliographic record through the use of local bibliographic data records LBDs and local holdings records LHRs.
Code for the form catalogng content of the resource. In the following fields LHRs are valid: You may catalog supplementary items or accompanying material independently or dependently.
The Department is open from 8 a. When you choose to include detailed holdings information to support resource sharing, collection development, circulation, and acquisitions activities of use to library staff, users, catalging other libraries, OCLC recommends using LHRs.
If, after consultation with your local system vendor and other partners, you decide that a single record approach works better for your local environment, follow the instructions for tangible resources in the table above. Code for the frequency of updates to the resource e.
Differences in size resulting from the reproduction e. They may also exist as microform, online, or photocopy reproductions. When you choose to include local information such as subject headings, uniform titles, or notes to supplement the full bibliographic data in the WorldCat database, OCLC recommends using LBDs. Differences in publisher, carrier e. For theses, published or unpublished, other than language material, notated music, or cartographic material, code this element as defined in Type.
Thesis Cataloguing (RDA)
Electronic discussion groups e. If there is an existing record for a photocopy or POD reproduction that is cataloged in accord with these provider-neutral instructions, use that existing record for a new photocopy or POD reproduction of the same resource.
A component part is a bibliographic unit that is physically contained in another bibliographic unit, referred to as the host item, in such a way that the host item must be identified to locate the component part e.
Cataloging supplementary items and accompanying material independently Cataloging independently refers to cataloging separate records for the supplementary or accompanying material. Enter data to link to the original resource if the photocopy or POD reproduction is in the same physical format.
3 Special Cataloging Guidelines
For unpublished theses, microform reproductions of unpublished theses, and photocopies of unpublished theses, omit series statements since unpublished resources are not issued in series. Use code m only for computer software including fonts, games, and programsnumeric data, computer-oriented multimedia, or online services or systems. Some serials in print format exist as integrating resources when issued online because they are continually or frequently updated and previous iterations no longer exist as discrete issues.
Access points may be made for the larger thesus RDA Element Guidelines for all integrating resources Type Code for the content and type of material e. Enter the carrier type for the online version e.
The presence of search software does not alter the basic intent of a resource and does not mean that the resource should be coded as software. Field should be used to link bibliographic records for microform reproductions to records for the corresponding hardcopy originals.
Music in the OCLC online union catalog: These characteristics distinguish them from serials, which are issued in a succession of discrete parts and are intended to continue indefinitely.
Edit the record to reflect those differences. If appropriate, use the chronological designation enclosed in parentheses. The terms thesis or dissertation thesiz often used interchangably.
For copies of theses and dissertations issued by a non-academic agency such as University Microfilms International, see also the policy on Facsimiles, Photocopies, and Other Reproductions 3. Example of a database updated three times a year: Code field for aspects of the microform reproduction. Marriott School of Management, Photocopies of previously published or unpublished theses are cataloged as reproductions with the body of the rds based on the original thesis with a print reproduction note added in field per LC-PCC PS 1.
Libraries may provide information on the local characteristics of a resource in their collection.