When citing the source of a term, AACR2 should probably be a last resort, because the reader might well think "if it wasn't brought forward into RDA, there must be a problem with it." Looking around a bit will likely turn up another source without the baggage, as in this case.
Mary Jane Cuneo
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Subject: Re: [PCCTG1] Continuing resource?
And don't forget that the drop down box in OCLC uses "continuing
resources" when creating a new record. It is a very basic concept that is
critical to ongoing publications --Kris
> On 8/2/2013 1:00 PM, Ed Jones wrote:
> I think we can cite the glossary definition (appendix E) in the
> ISBD (Walter de Gruyter, 2011, p. 262):
> continuing resource
> a resource that is issued over time with no predetermined
> conclusion. A continuing resource is either a serial or an
> ongoing integrating resources.