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Seeing Through FRBR

December 18, 2012

sidebysideAs RDA implementation picks up speed, more and more library groups are getting to grips with FRBR. I was delighted to be asked to lead a workshop for ARLIS UK at University of East London Docklands campus.

I’ve uploaded my slides here, although, as usual, they are mostly pictures, so are really a reminder for any attendees.

Here are the references and links, which may be of use to folks who were unable to attend:

(Slide 5) (1) IFLA Study Group on the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records. Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records. Final report. (IFLA Series on Bibliographic Control 19). Munich: K.G. Saur, 1998. 1998 text and current text (with amendments and corrections to date) available as PDF downloads from http://www.ifla.org/publications/functional-requirements-for-bibliographic-records

(Slide 5) (2) William Denton. FRBR and the history of cataloging. In A.G. Taylor (ed.) Understanding FRBR: what it is and how it will affect our retrieval tools. Libraries Unlimited, 2007.

(Slide 6) S.R. Ranganathan. The five laws of library science. 2nd ed. Asia Publishing House, 1957.

(Slide 7) Charles Ammi Cutter. Rules for a dictionary catalog. 3rd ed. Government Printing Office, 1891.

(Slide 12) Anne Welsh and Sue Batley. Practical cataloguing. Facet 2012.

(Slide 13) (1) Orangeaurochs. FRBR Example: The English Patient by Michael Ondaatje. http://www.aurochs.org/frbr_example/frbr_example.html

(Slide 13) (2) William Denton. Example 1: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. FRBR Blog. http://www.frbr.org/2006/06/13/eg-1

(Slide 13) (3) Variations FRBR. http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/projects/vfrbr/

(Slide 15) (1) Tom Phillips.A humument: a treated Victorian novel. 5th ed. Thames & Hudson, 2011.

(Slide 15) (2) W.H. Mallock. A human document. Chapman & Hall, 1892.

(Slide 15) (3) Tom Phillips. The heart of a humument. Hansgorg Mayer. 1985.

(Slide 15) (4) Tom Phillips. The humument [website]. http://humument.com/

(Slide 17) Library of Congress. RDA special topics. Art catalogs flowchart. http://www.loc.gov/aba/rda/source/special_topics_art_catalogs_flowchart.doc

(Slide 20) Stanford University Library. RDA questions and answers.  http://lib.stanford.edu/metadata-department/stanford-rda-questions-and-answers#1

(Slide 24) Murtha Baca and Sherman Clarke. FRBR and Works of Art, Architecture, and Material Culture. In A.G. Taylor (ed.) Understanding FRBR: what it is and how it will affect our retrieval tools. Libraries Unlimited, 2007.

(Slide 26) (1) RIMMF – RDA in Many Metadata Formats. http://www.marcofquality.com/rimmf/doku.php?id=rimmf

(Slide 26) (2) RDA Special Topics – http://www.loc.gov/aba/rda/Refresher_training_dec_2011.html

(Slide 26) (3) RDA Toolkit – http://www.rdatoolkit.org/ especially LCPS 19.2.1.1.1

If you are interested in learning more about FRBR, you can watch the Cataloguing and Indexing Group news page for details of their series of FRBR for the Terrified workshops, led by members of the CIG committee.

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Image: by “an untrained eye”, copyright commons, some rights reserved

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