Descriptive cataloging of rare materials (books)

by Association of College and Research Libraries. Rare Books and Manuscripts Section. Bibliographic Standards Committee.

Publisher: Cataloging Distribution Service in Washington, D.C

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Anglo-American cataloguing rules,
  • Cataloging of rare books -- Handbooks, manuals, etc,
  • Descriptive cataloging -- United States -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

Edition Notes

Other titlesDCRM(B), Descriptive cataloging of rare books.
StatementBibliographic Standards Committee, Rare Books and Manuscripts Section, Association of College and Research Libraries in collaboration with the Cataloging Policy and Support Office of the Library of Congress.
GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
ContributionsLibrary of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ695.74 .U54 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18007435M
ISBN 109780844411620
LC Control Number2006051905

Are you unsure about how (or whether) to apply RDA to rare materials? This webinar will present an overview of RDA provisions related to rare materials, including both bibliographic and authority records, and will explore how well RDA and Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (DCRM) can be used together to describe rare materials. The webinar will reflect work sponsored by the ACRL Rare. Filed under: Descriptive cataloging -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Serials) (), by Association of College and Research Libraries Rare Books and Manuscripts Section Bibliographic Standards Committee, contrib. by Library of Congress Cataloging Policy and Support Office (PDF with commentary at ). CATALOGING STANDARDS: Special Collections catalogs using RDA (following the BIBCO Standard Record (BSR) and CONSER Standard Record (CSR)) augmented by the Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (DCRM) suite and DACS for . FROM: Mary Lynette Larsgaard, Chair, ALA/ALACT/CCS Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access RE: Comments on Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) [DCRM(B)] Following is the final report of the CC:DA Task Force for the Review of Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) [DCRM(B)]. The roster of members is at the end.

  Overview of cataloging First element: Descriptive cataloging (use of AACR2R) LIB Classification and Cataloging Spring Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. For early printed resources, use Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (DCRM) conventions when recording extent. D o not spell out unnumbered pages or leaves (as specified in RDA), but instead use square brackets for sequences of unnumbered pages/leaves. Do not abbreviate the word “page(s)”, but instead spell it out. Rather than working on the DCRM(B) (Descriptive Cataloging for Rare Materials (Books)) text in isolation, the revision group proposed to work on a consolidated DCRM based on RDA, incorporating guidelines for all formats in the DCRM suite in a single text.   This webinar will present an overview of RDA provisions related to rare materials, including both bibliographic and authority records, and will explore how well RDA and Descriptive Cataloging of.

  On the cold Monday of the ALA Midwinter Meeting, 21 people gathered together at the Denver Public Library for the workshop “Applying DCRM(MSS): Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Manuscripts).”Led by Alison Bridger (Wisconsin Historical Society), Jennifer Nelson (University of California, Berkeley), and Margaret Nichols (Cornell . How is Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials Books abbreviated? DCRMB stands for Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials Books. DCRMB is defined as Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials Books rarely. Descriptive cataloging of rare materials (books). Rare Books and Manuscripts Section, Association of College and Research Libraries; in collaboration with the Policy and Standards Office of the Library of Congress. Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service [cited December 9].

Descriptive cataloging of rare materials (books) by Association of College and Research Libraries. Rare Books and Manuscripts Section. Bibliographic Standards Committee. Download PDF EPUB FB2

* Examples to Accompany Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) is available for free, without a subscription, via Cataloger’s Desktop from the Library of Congress. However, in order to utilize the hyperlinks to the MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data and the DCRM(B) rules from within the examples, a subscription to Cataloger’s Desktop is required.

The new edition will be called Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books), or DCRM(B). Related manuals for other formats under the DCRM umbrella are in process: DCRM(S), for rare serials and DCRM(M) for rare music. Descriptive Cataloging of Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Manuscripts (AMREMM) is now available from ACRL.

Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) [RBMS Bibliographic Standards Committee, Deborah J. Leslie, Manon Theroux, John Attig, Robert L. Maxwell, Joe A. Springer, LC Cataloging Policy and Support Office] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : RBMS Bibliographic Standards Committee.

It also examines the impact of both descriptive bibliography and non-rare book cataloging codes on the development of rare book cataloging rules. The second part describes the changes in the forthcoming third edition of the rare book cataloging manual, Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) (DCRM(B)).Cited by: 3.

See also: Cataloger's Reference Shelf Source: The information contained in this section of the Cataloger's Reference Shelf is based on Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books), Edition, Third printing with corrections, Novemberprepared by the Bibliographic Standards Committee, Rare Books and Manuscripts Section in collaboration with The Cataloging.

the rare book cataloging manual, Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) (DCRM(B)). Observations of general developments in the manual are provided. A close examination of the changes in each of the rules includes the text of the rules followed by a discussion.

DCRM(B) reflects decades of rare book cataloging experience and rule. (Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books), X) Researchers are generally more interested in the contents of a book than in the container.

However, in the case of rare materials, the physical book itself may be an object of research. The aim of a catalog record for a rare book, then, is to describe the volume and its contents as.

Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books). Washington, DC: Cataloging Distribution Service, Library of Congress,pp. The mis-numbering in the Macrobius example could be described in the “notes” section of the catalog record, if considered important.

It just doesn’t go in the statement of extent. Title: Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) Format: Web-based subscription service Description: Discontinued print publication. Available in Cataloger's Desktop.

DCRM: Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Serials) DCRM: Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Graphics) ALA-LC Romanization Tables Transliteration schemes for non-Roman scripts from the Library of Congress. Yale Fraktur Chart.

Rare Book Toolkit: Directory of Web Resources for the Rare Book Cataloger. RBMS Controlled Vocabularies. PREFACE 8 Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) DCRM(B) gives expanded guidance and prescribes a more rigorous and consistent approach to transcription than did DCRB, and incorporates a sharp distinction between information transcribed from the source and information that has been supplied by the cataloger.

Get this from a library. Descriptive cataloging of rare materials (books). [Association of College and Research Libraries. Rare Books and Manuscripts Section. Bibliographic Standards Committee.; Library of Congress.

Cataloging Policy and Support Office.;] -- Third in direct descent from Bibliographic Description of Rare Books (BDRB) -- from preface. I Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials. DCRM(B) is the first of several manuals providing specialized cataloging rules for various formats of rare materials typically found in rare book, manuscript, and special collection repositories ().

Together, these manuals form Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (DCRM), an overarching concept rather than a publication in its. First published inas "a revision of Descriptive cataloging of rare books,itself a revision of Bibliographic description of rare books, "--Title page verso.

"Based on AACR2 as amended by the Library of Congress rule interpretations (LCRI), as well as on the second edition of ISBD(A)"--Page Shipping list no.: P. Get this from a library. Descriptive cataloging of rare materials (books). [Association of College and Research Libraries (Chicago, Ill.).

Rare books and Manuscripts Section. Standards Committee.; Library of Congress (Washington, D.C.). Policy and Standards Office.].

Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books), referred to hereafter as DCRM(B), is third in direct descent from Bibliographic Description of Rare Books (BDRB). BDRB was published in as the interpretations of the Library of Congress for File Size: 1MB.

Aimed at catalogers who find that their present duties include (or shortly will include) the cataloging of books in their rare materials or special collections and want to be trained in applying Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books).

Heavy emphasis will be placed on books of the hand-press era, with some consideration of nineteenth- and twentieth-century books. "This publication is a revision of Descriptive cataloging of rare books,itself a revision of Bibliographic description of rare books, "--Title page verso.

"Third printing with corrections"--Title page verso. Cataloging rules for rare books, that is, printed textual monographs receiving special treatment within a repository.

Thoroughly revised and expanded from its predecessor (Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Books, 2nd edition, ), includes 19th- and 20th-century books. Archival Moving Image Materials: A Cataloging Manual - Update Pages. Bicentennial Conference on Bibliographic Control for the New Millennium () Publication no longer available from the Cataloging Distribution Service (CDS) Cataloging Service Bulletin: to CJK Compatibility Database.

Descriptive Cataloging Manual Section Z1 and LC. Descriptive Cataloging of East Asian Material: CJK Examples of AACR2 and Library of Congress Rule Interpretations (May 7, ) Back to Top.

Pinyin Conversion. Library of Congress Pinyin Conversion Project; Rare Books. LC Decisions on Application of Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) (January 3, ) (PDF, 74 KB). While signature statements form a standard part of a scholarly descriptive bibliography, they are an optional extra in library cataloging.

Here’s the official word from Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books): 7B "Descriptive cataloging of rare materials (serials) (referred to hereafter as DCRM(S)) is one of a family of manuals that form Descriptive cataloging of rare materials (DCRM), and is based on Descriptive cataloging of rare materials (books) (DCRM(B)), on the Anglo-American cataloging rules, second edition, revision (AACR2), and subsequent.

Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Books, 2nd Edition. III. Objectives and Principles (Introduction) The instructions contained in DCRM are formulated according to the objectives and principles set forth below.

These objectives and principles seek to articulate the purpose and nature of specialized cataloging rules for rare materials. Examples to Accompany Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) Available in Cataloger’s Desktop; subscription required for full access.

DCRM(C): Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Cartographic) Available online DCRM(C): Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Cartographic) Will be available online in Cataloger’s : Brooke Morris-Chott. Advanced Rare Book Cataloging Workshop Deborah J. Leslie This course is intended for library catalogers who have mastered the basics of cataloging rare printed monographs according to Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books), and wish to solidify their expertise and receive specialized guidance in applying those skills.

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Catalog Records. Preliminary observations: Descriptive cataloging for new incunabula is full level according to the latest edition of Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books).

All required notes are made. Copy specific notes: Separate notes are made for each of the following categories in the order given below. Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials Rules for the description of rare materials In RDA terms: for recording the attributes of manifestations and items Based on AACR2 DCRM differs from AACR2 only when required by “the descriptive needs of rare materials” DCRM does not contain rules for the choice or form of access points for names or File Size: KB.

The core guideline is the new national standard Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Graphics). DCRM(G) was published in by the Rare Book and Manuscripts Section of the Association of College and Research Libraries, in cooperation with the Library of Congress.

Cataloger's Reference Shelf Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Books, 2nd Edition. 5. Physical Description Area. 5A. Preliminary rule. 5B. Extent. 5C. Illustration.Since then, in late the Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Books, 2nd edition, on which the DCGPM was based, was succeeded by Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Materials (Books) (DCRM(B)).

In addition, Nihon mokuroku kisoku (NCR), the Japanese counterpart of AACR2, was revised and its 3rd revised edition of the edition wasAuthor: Isamu Tsuchitani.book cataloging practice (e.g.

Nagasawa Kikuya’s Wa-Kan kosho mokurokuhō) and the Cataloging Guidelines for Creating Chinese Rare Book Records in Machine-Readable Form, (Research Libraries Group) were also taken into consideration.

In the absence of a rule in the guidelines, the appropriate rule in AACR2, DCRB, and LC Rule Interpretations is applied in cataloging these books.