On second thought, I have changed the wording in the last paragraphs (future authority control) in the report to “may enhance access”. The previous section Robert mentions could be rephrased thus:




From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Robert Rendall
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Subject: Re: [PCCTG1] Non-Latin report latest draft


I've attached a copy with a few tracked changes.

I'm personally fine with saying that adding non-Latin headings enhances access.  But given that two of us have now expressed reservations, should we tone down the earlier part of this report where we say "the task force favors encouraging the addition of original-script headings in bibliographic records"??


Fletcher, Peter wrote:

All, I attached the latest draft of the report that will accompany the guidelines when we submit them next week.


I know you all out there on the East Coast are all gone home by now. Hope you had a good weekend.




Peter Fletcher

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