We NACO participants now have access to both LAC bibliographic and authority records. When citing what we find in 670, should we try to differentiate between headings found on bib records and those from authority records? It seems to me to be worth it to include some of the information from an authority record, e.g., full birth date, full name, affiliation.
A few examples in DCM Z1 Appendix 2 might be helpful (exemplary, not prescriptive, of course).
LAC via Amicus, June 23, 2007 $b (hdg.: Gait, Darlene, 1969-; usage: Darlene Gait) authority record (Gait, Darlene, 1969-; Darlene Emmerrecianna Gait, b. Oct. 10, 1968)
Thanks for advice.
New York University Libraries
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