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Re: incorporating RDA into a Cataloging and Classification class

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Richard Stewart <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 11 Jan 2009 00:18:51 -0600

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Doesn't sound so crazy to me. It's been a few years since I taught as an adjunct at Dominican--I introduced a survey of the then-new FRBR in my last few terms--but even then I was coming to the conclusion that teaching the code in detail, or trying to, was impractical in Organization of Knowledge (the introductory core course). Comparing the two codes (with reference to FRBR) could be a good way of illuminating the underlying principles.

Richard A. Stewart
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>>> Jennifer Parsons <[log in to unmask]> 01/10/09 9:31 AM >>>
Well...I have a crazy idea, everyone.  Disclaimer: I'm a wet-behind-the-ears
LIS school graduate; I have very little cataloging experience compared to
everyone else on this board.
Why not reverse the order when teaching coding to a Cataloging class-- that
is, why not teach RDA, and then AACR2?  Or, better yet, why not start from a
very general, basic concept of what coding is for, and then lead on into a
comparison of the two?  If students can grasp why these two standards exist
to begin with (i.e., to minimize differences between records and make them
easier to find across platforms), it will be easier for them to grasp
why changes
had to be made from one standard to the other.  By pointing out the concepts
behind the change and the function of both sets, the large, contrasting
differences between RDA and AACR2 will help students learn how to display
their cataloging information, rather than providing confusion.

-Jennifer Parsons

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