By American Map Corporation, Canadian Library Association (Cla), American Library Association (ALA)
For the reason that 1967, Anglo-American Cataloguing ideas has served the occupation with hugely constructed content material criteria for cataloging the assets that come into your library--from clay pills to books to CD-ROMs. it's been the one-stop best. within the electronic international of 2002, with the method of cataloging extra complicated than ever, the joint steerage Committee has come jointly to give an up to the moment, forward-looking revision that would equip you to catalog and kind of source, print or digital. Now in a totally redesigned loose-leaf structure, AACR2 is extra elementary than ever. With 8.5" x eleven" pages (that healthy a regular 3-ring binder), individually numbered chapters (for effortless integration of destiny updates), and fresh textual content layout (that basically distinguishes the foundations from the examples), the 2002 Revision is the powerhouse for source description and entry. This revision actually walks you thru the process--with basically outlined principles and functional examples--of organizing catalog documents utilizing criteria that observe to all metadata codecs.
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B. 2C4. Optional addition. If an item has both an edition statement and a statement of responsibility relating to the edition in more than one language or script, give each statement of responsibility after the edition statement to which it relates. 2nd ed. / edited by Larry C. Lewis Larry C. Lewis = 2 e ed. 2CS. If an item has an edition statement in only one language or script and a statement of responsibility relating to the edition in more than one language or script, give the statement of responsibility in the language or script of the title proper.
Quo vadis? 0D. Levels of detail in the description The elements of description provided in the rules in this and in following chapters constitute a maximum set of information. This rule sets out three recommended levels of description each containing those elements that must be given as a minimum by libraries and other cataloguing agencies choosing that level of description. Base the choice of a level of description on the purpose of the catalogue or catalogues for which the entry is constructed.
ID2. 0D2), give the first parallel title. Give any subsequent parallel title that is in English. lD3 GENERAL RULES FOR DESCRIPTION If, in preparing a second-level description, all of the following conditions apply: a) the title proper is in a nonroman script b) the first parallel title recorded in accordance with the instructions in the preceding paragraph is in a nonroman script c) no title is in English give as the second parallel title the one that is (in order of preference) in French, German, Spanish, Latin, any other roman alphabet language.
Anglo-American cataloguing rules by American Map Corporation, Canadian Library Association (Cla), American Library Association (ALA)