LIS 606: Advanced Cataloging

Course Syllabus: Spring 2015


Instructor: Michael A. Chopey, M.A., M.S.LIS
Office: Hamilton 008-F
Office telephone: 956-2753
E-mail address: chopey@hawaii.edu

Course Web site: www2.hawaii.edu/~chopey/lis606.htm
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m., by appointment

Class meets: Thursdays, 5:00 p.m. to 7:40 p.m., Hamilton 2-K

(Note: If you need accommodations because of the impact of a disability, please 1) contact the Kokua Program (V/T) at 956-7511 or 956-7612 in room 013 of the QLSS; and 2) speak with me privately to discuss your specific needs. I will be happy to work with you and the KOKUA Program to meet your access needs related to your disability.)

Course description

Building on cataloging principles and rules taught in LIS 605, LIS 606 introduces students to the rules, principles, and practices of authority control in library catalogs, reference structure, choice of access points in the bibliographic record, form of access points, MARC authority record construction, cataloging of various non-book formats including electronic formats, and cataloging of continuing resources. Continues (from 605) the study of Functional Requirements of Bibliographic Records (FRBR), descriptive cataloging using RDA (Resource Description & Access), MARC bibliographic format, Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), and Library of Congress Classification (LCC). 

 

Class meetings will consist of lecture and discussion format and some in-class exercises using online bibliographic tools and utilities.  Students will be expected to complete reading assignments and exercises prior to each class meeting.  Homework assignments will require the use of OCLCs Connexion® cataloging client or web-based Connexion browser. The Connexion client can be downloaded free of charge to your home computer or any other PC running Windows. Download instructions will be distributed in class.

Students will be expected to discuss their weekly written assignments in class.

On April 30, each student will make a 15-minute in-class presentation on a topic of current interest in cataloging or bibliographic control.  Topics and other details of the presentation requirement are posted here. 

Students will be expected to subscribe to the RDA-L discussion list by January 22 and remained subscribed through at least April 30.  Subscription instructions are available here.

 

Student learning outcomes (SLOs) addressed

This course addresses the following student learning outcomes:

 

SLO 1a) Apply LIS theory and principles to diverse information contexts

SLO 1c) Develop and apply critical thinking skills in preparation for professional practice

SLO 3a) Demonstrate understanding of the processes by which information is created, evaluated, and disseminated.

SLO 3b) Organize, create, archive and manage collections of information resources following professional standards.

SLO 3c) Search, retrieve and synthesize information from a variety of systems and sources.

SLO 4b) Integrate emerging technologies into professional practice.

 

 

Professional expectations

All students in this class are expected to become familiar with and adhere to the professional expectations posted at: http://www.hawaii.edu/lis/students/professional-expectations-notice/

 

During class discussions, please be polite to your fellow students by closing your laptops and putting away your portable devices.

 

 

Course objectives

At the end of the course the student should be able to:

·         Understand the nature of works, expressions, manifestations, and items in the FRBR conceptual model.

·         Apply the descriptive cataloging rules in RDA (Resource Description & Access) and the Library of Congress/Program for Cooperative Cataloging Policy Statements (LC-PCC PS)  to a resource in any physical format and of any form of issuance.

·         Using the OCLC Connexion® client or browser, create a MARC bibliographic record for a resource in any physical format and of any form of issuance.

·         Using the OCLC Connexion® client or browser, create a MARC authority record for a personal name, corporate body name, or conference name.

·         Determine and properly format access points in bibliographic records

·         Conduct authority research

·         Properly construct and format headings and references in authority records

·         Assign and properly construct Library of Congress Subject Headings subject strings according to the rules in Subject Headings Manual (SHM)

·         Classify library resources using the Library of Congress Classification scheme.

·         Understand the benefits and challenges of shared cataloging.

 

Prerequisites

LIS 605

 

Teaching Method/Requirements

Class meetings will consist of lecture and discussion format and occasional in-class exercises using online bibliographic tools and utilities. 

 

Students will be expected to complete reading assignments and exercises prior to each class meeting.    

 

Assignments will be posted on the online class syllabus one week before they are due.

 

Most homework assignments will require the use of OCLCs Connexion® cataloging client or browser and access to RDA Toolkit.  Access instructions for RDA Toolkit  will be provided during the first class session.

In addition to the 12 homework assignments, each student will make a 20-minute in-class presentation on an issue of current interest in bibliographic control.

Students will be expected to have read all messages posted on RDA-L since the previous class session. 

 

Required texts besides RDA Toolkit (all freely available via WWW)

Furrie, Betty. Understanding MARC bibliographic: machine-readable cataloging.  7th ed.  Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, in collaboration with Follett Software Company, c2003.  Freely available via WWW at: http://www.loc.gov/marc/umb/

Library of Congress. Cataloging Policy and Support Office. Descriptive cataloging manual. Z1, Name and series authority records. Washington, D.C.: Cataloging Distribution Service, Library of Congress, 1993- Freely available via WWW at http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/dcmz1.pdf

Library of Congress. Network Development and MARC Standards Office. Understanding MARC authority records: machine-readable cataloging.   Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, c2003.  Freely available via WWW at:  http://www.loc.gov/marc/uma/index.html

OCLC bibliographic formats and standards.   Freely available via WWW at http://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en/

MARC bibliographic format. Freely available via WWW at http://www.loc.gov/marc/bibliographic/ecbdhome.html

OCLC authorities userguide. Freely available via WWW at  http://www.oclc.org/support/documentation/worldcat/authorities/authformat/default.htm 

MARC authority format. Freely available via WWW at http://www.loc.gov/marc/authority/

Selected subdivisions lists and instruction sheets from Subject Headings Manual (SHM) (provided via WWW by instructor)

 

Optional text

Maxwell, Robert. Maxwell's handbook for RDA, resource description & access : explaining and illustrating RDA: resource description and access using MARC21. Chicago: ALA Editions, 2013.

 

Grading

Total 100 pts.

98-100=A+    93-97=A         91-92=A-        89-90=B+       85-88=B         83-84=B-        81-82=C+      77-80=C  75-76=C-

A missed class (with or without excuse) will result in the loss of one letter grade (e.g., A to A-, A- to B+).  More than one missed class may result in a grade of Incomplete (I).

 

Technology requirements

In order to complete the required assignments for this class, students will need access to the following outside of class time:

  • Internet connectivity and a WWW browser, in order to access various online cataloging tools and resources
  • Access to an e-mail account.

 

 

Course Schedule/Assignments

 

SESSION

LECTURE AND DISCUSSION TOPICS; HANDOUTS

READINGS TO  BE COMPLETED BEFORE CLASS

ASSIGNMENTS DUE

January 15session 1

Lecture: cataloging and technical services; cataloging workflows at UHM; bibliographic utilities; cooperative cataloging; the ILS; catalog records and the ILS; recent trends in cataloging and technical services; the future of cataloging.

Tour of UHM Cataloging Dept.

Handouts:

session 1 lecture slides

 

Posted on WWW:

Instructions for accessing RDA Toolkit

 

List of works for Assignment 2

None.

 None.

January 22session 2

Discussion: Assignment 1; MARC21 bibliographic format; RDA rules for description and access; earlier cataloging rules; LCC; LCSH

Lecture: FRBR; WEMI; preview of Assignment 2

Posted on WWW:

Assignment 2

Handouts:

MARC21 Bibliographic in Voyager and OCLC

WEMI diagrams (Hamlet)

·         Furrie, Betty.  Understanding MARC bibliographic : Machine-readable Cataloging.  7th ed.  Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, in collaboration with Follett Software Company, c2003.  Available at: http://www.loc.gov/marc/umb/

·         Barbara Tillett. What is FRBR? A Conceptual Model for the Bibliographic

      Universe (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, Cataloging

       Distribution Service, 2004), http://www.loc.gov/cds/downloads/FRBR.PDF

·         Carlyle, Allyson. Understanding FRBR as a conceptual model: FRBR and the bibliographic universe,Library Resources & Technical Services, v. 50, no. 4 (October 2006), p. 264-273. Available at: http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alcts/resources/lrts/archive/50n4.pdf

 

Assignment 1: AACR/RDA/ MARC bibliographic

Choice of work for Assignment 2

January 29session 3

 

Discussion: Assignment 2; FRBR; WEMI

Lecture: preview of Assignment 3; authority work; authority records and authority files; authority control and WebPAC; authorized and variant access points in RDA/MARC authority format; personal name and corporate body NARs

Handouts:

Name  authority record and OPAC display examples

Posted on WWW:

Corporate Body NAR Key

Personal Name NAR Key

·         International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records. Available via WWW at: http://www.ifla.org/files/assets/cataloguing/frbr/frbr_2008.pdf , pages 13-14, 17-24, 29-30, 55-58, 61-78.

·         Library of Congress. Network Development and MARC Standards Office. Understanding MARC authority records: machine-readable cataloging.   Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, c2004.  Available at:  http://www.loc.gov/marc/uma/index.html

 

 

  Assignment 2:   WEMI diagram

February 5session 4

Discussion: Assignment 3; personal name and corporate body NARs; preferred name; access points for persons and corporate bodies in bibliographic records.

Lecture: access points representing persons and corporate bodies; constructing AAPs for  persons and corporate bodies; variant access points for persons and corporate bodies; preview of assignment 4

Handouts:

Assignment 3 NARs

NAR worksheet

·         Using the RDA Toolkit: http://www.loc.gov/aba/rda/pdf/ToolkitCourse.pdf

·         RDA chapter 8 and associated LC-PCC PSes

·         RDA  9.2 and associated LC-PCC PSes

·         RDA  9.5 through 9.16 and associated LC-PCC PSes

·         RDA chapter 11 and associated LC-PCC PSes

·         Library of Congress. Network Development and MARC Standards Office. Understanding MARC authority records: machine-readable cataloging.   Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, c2004.  Available at:  http://www.loc.gov/marc/uma/index.html

·         OCLC authorities userguide. Freely available via WWW at  http://www.oclc.org/support/documentation/worldcat/authorities/authformat/default.htm

·         MARC bibliographic format. Freely available via WWW at http://www.loc.gov/marc/authority/

 

Optional reading:

 

·         Maxwell, pp 199-221; 251-259; 271-288; 321-352; 374-402

 

Assignment 3: RDA/MARC name authorities

February 12session 5

Discussion: Assignment 4; form of name for persons and corporate bodies.

Lecture: access points representing works and expressions; constructing authorized access points (AAPs) for works and expressions; preview of assignment 5.

Handouts:

Constructing authorized access points (AAPs) for works and expressions

·         RDA 9.0 through 9.4 and associated LC-PCC PSes

·         RDA chapter 11 and associated LC-PCC PSes

·         RDA appendix F and associated LC/PCC-PSes (skim)

·         Descriptive cataloging manual, Z1. Name and series authority records (DCM:Z1)

 

Optional reading:

 

·         Maxwell, pp 222-251; 259-275; 327-331; 334-389; 393-398

Assignment 4: Constructing access points for persons and corporate bodies

NAR worksheet

February 19session 6

Discussion: Assignment 5; constructing authorized access points (AAPs) for works and expressions.

Lecture: using access points in bibliographic records to represent works and expressions; expressing WEMI relationships in MARC bibliographic format; authority records for works and expressions; preview of assignment 6.

Posted on WWW:

Expressing WEMI relationships in MARC bibliographic format

·         Handout: Constructing authorized access points (AAPs) for works and expressions

·         RDA 6.0 through 6.6 and associated LC/PCC-PSes

·         RDA 6.27.1 and associated LC/PCC-PSes

·         RDA 19.1-19.2 and associated LC/PCC-PSes

 

 

 

Optional reading:

 

·         Maxwell, pp 430-438; 440-469; 474-479; 343-355

Assignment 5: Constructing authorized access points (AAPs) for works and expressions.

February 26session 7

Discussion: Assignment 6; expressing WEMI relationships in MARC bibliographic format.

 

Lecture: LCSH and bibliographic 6XX coding; subject headings and subdivisions; subject string syntax; Topic-Place-Chronology-Form; genre and form headings/subdivisions; using SHM; preview of assignment 7

 

Handouts:

Subject authority record examples

 

Lecture slides: Geographic subdivision in LCSH subject heading strings

 

Selected slides from ALCTS/PCC Basic LCSH workshop

 

Posted on WWW:

 

Subject authorities cheat sheet

 

How To Assign LCSH

 

Subject Headings Manual (SHM)

·         Handout: Constructing authorized access points (AAPs) for works and expressions

·         Handout: Expressing WEMI relationships in MARC bibliographic format

·         RDA Appendix I

·         RDA Appendix J

 

 

 

 

 

Optional reading:

 

·         Maxwell, pp 591-626; 633-668

Assignment 6: Expressing WEMI relationships in MARC bibliographic format

March 5session 8

Discussion: Assignment 7; LCSH and bibliographic 6XX coding; subject headings and subdivisions; subject string syntax; genre and form headings/subdivisions.

 

Lecture: Constructing LCSH strings; preview of assignment 8.

 

 

Required reading:

 

Handout: How To Assign LCSH

Handout: Subject authorities cheat sheet

Handout: Geographic subdivision in LCSH subject heading strings (lecture slides)

 

 

Subject Headings Manual (SHM):

·         H80

·         H180

·         H620

·         H830

·         H1075

 

Recommended reading:

 

ALCTS/PCC Basic LCSH workshop slides (Powerpoint)

 

Assignment 7: Subject cataloging I

March 12session 9

Discussion: Assignment 8; constructing LCSH strings

Lecture: RDA principles and general rules; descriptive cataloging rules in RDA; identifying and recording attributes of manifestations; describing carriers; general rules for transcription; ISBD presentation preview of assignment 9.

Handout: Assignment 8 answers

Posted on WWW: 

Original Cataloging Process: Description and Access

ISBD Punctuation

Physical description of printed texts

 

Subject Headings Manual (SHM) :

·         All instruction sheets applicable to Assignment 8

 

 

Assignment 8: Subject cataloging II

 

March 19session 10

 

Discussion: Assignment 9; recording attributes of manifestations; describing carriers

Lecture: Original Cataloging Process: Description and Access: Description and Access; printed  textual materials cataloging; published materials vs. manuscript materials; preview of assignment 10.

Posted on WWW: 

Original Cataloging Process: Description and Access

ISBD Punctuation

Physical description of printed texts

 

·         RDA chapter 1 and associated LC-PCC PSes (skim)

·         RDA chapter 2 and associated LC-PCC PSes (skim)

·         RDA chapter 3 and associated LC-PCC PSes (skim)

·         RDA appendices A through D and associated LC-PCC PSes (skim)

·         Original Cataloging Process: Description and Access

·         ISBD Punctuation

·         Physical description of printed texts

 

 

Optional reading:

·         Maxwell, pp 27-41; 51-185

Assignment 9: Recording attributes of manifestations in various formats

 

March 26Spring Recess

NO CLASS

 

 

April 2session 11

Discussion:  Assignment 10; Original Cataloging Process: Description and Access: Description and Access ; printed textual materials cataloging; general rules for transcription; ISBD presentation.

Lecture: cartographic materials cataloging; preview of assignment 11.

Handouts:  Cartographic materials template and guidelines.

·         Original Cataloging Process: Description and Access

·         G60

·         G140

 

Optional reading:

Maxwell, pp 683-696; 711-724

 

Assignment 10: Published textual monographs

April 9session 12

Discussion: Assignment 11; cartographic materials cataloging

Lecture: Cataloging videorecordings; form and genre headings; preview of assignment 12.

Handouts:  Videorecordings template and guidelines

·         Original Cataloging Process: Description and Access

·         Handout: Cartographic materials template and guidelines

 

Optional reading:

Maxwell, pp 697-710

 

Assignment 11: Cartographic materials

 

April 16session 13

Discussion: Assignment 12; cataloging videorecordings; form and genre headings.

Lecture: Serials control; serials cataloging; cataloging remote electronic resources;  integrating vs. continuing resources; cataloging electronic serials; preview of assignment 13.

Handouts: Electronic serials template and guidelines.

·         Original Cataloging Process: Description and Access

·         Handout: Videorecordings template and guidelines

·         LC Frequently asked Questions on form and genre headings

·         H1913

 

Optional reading:

Maxwell, pp 757-774

Assignment 12: Videorecordings

 

April 23session 14

Discussion: Assignment 13; cataloging electronic serials.

Read:

CCM Module 31 Remote Access Electronic Serials (Revised 2013 for RDA)

Skim and refer to as needed for assignment 13:

CONSER RDA core elements (2012)

 

CONSER MARC 21 to RDA core elements (2012)

 

CONSER RDA Cataloging Checklist (2012)

 

Selected modules from CONSER Cataloging Manual (RDA)

 

CONSER Editing Guide (2011)

 

Excerpts from CCM and CEG about Frequency (AACR2)

 

Other CONSER Documentation and Training Materials

 

 

Optional reading:

Maxwell, pp 803-820; 835-852

 

Assignment 13:

Electronic serials

April 30session 15

Student presentations on topics of current interest in cataloging

None.

Student presentations

BIBFRAME (Soledad)

Discovery layers (Andrea)

VIAF (Ellie)

 

 

 

 

Other Resources

 

ALA-LC romanization tables: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/roman.html

The Joint Steering Committee for Development of RDA (JSC) homepage: http://www.rda-jsc.org/

Library of Congresss Catalogers Learning Workshop (CLW) training materials: http://www.loc.gov/catworkshop/

 

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American Library Association, Subcommittee on the Revision of the Guidelines on Subject Access to Individual Works of Fiction. Guidelines on Subject Access to Individual Works of Fiction, Drama, Etc. 2d ed. Chicago: American Library Association, 2000. Anglo-American Cataloging Rules. 2nd ed., 2002 revision, 2005 update.  Ottawa : Canadian Library Association ; Chicago : American Library Association, 2005.  

Carlyle, Allyson. “Understanding FRBR as a conceptual model: FRBR and the bibliographic universe,” Library Resources & Technical Services, v. 50, no. 4 (October 2006), p. 264-273. Available at: http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/alcts/resources/lrts/archive/50n4.pdf

Chan, Lois Mai and Edward T. O’Neill. FAST: Faceted Application of Subject Terminology : principles and applications. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Libraries Unlimited, 2010.

Chan, Lois Mai. A Guide to the Library of Congress Classification. 5th ed.   Englewood, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, 1999.

Chan, Lois Mai. Library of Congress subject headings:principles and application. 4th ed. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited, 2005.

Chopey, Michael A. “Planning and Implementing a Metadata-driven Digital Repository." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, vol. 40, nos. 3-4 (2005), 255-287.  Simultaneously published in Metadata:  a cataloger's primer, ed. Richard P. Smiraglia. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Information Press, 2005. Available in UHM Institutional Repository at http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/337

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Library of Congress. Network Development and MARC Standards Office. Understanding MARC authority records: machine-readable cataloging.   Washington, DC: Library of Congress, Cataloging Distribution Service, c2004.  Available at:  http://www.loc.gov/marc/uma/index.html

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