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I tried the search for Michael Douglas that you recommended, and found
it very frustrating. There appears to be no way to access a browsable
list of authors whose last names begin with Douglas, and whose first
name is Michael.  This would give me a chance to review the names and
choose the most likely name, if there is more than one match. For this I
had to go to the classic catalog. If I search phone directories on the
Internet, I get to specify the last name, and then I get a list sorted
by last name; wouldn't anybody searching by name want this as an
option?
 
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>>> Amy Turner <[log in to unmask]> 10/27/2010 1:16 PM >>>

It seems that the trend in "next generation" catalogs is away from
headings as we know them, in favor of the Googlesque approach of a long
list of hits with no clear indication of the connection between the
user's search and the responses.  

For example, in Duke's catalog, if I enter the author "Douglas,
Michael" I get 1,781 titles of which the first is a book by Griffin,
Michael (Michael Douglas), 1949- followed by two books by Gose, Michael
D. (Michael Douglas), 1946-, then one by Jesseph, Douglas Michael.   If
I click on the facet for videos and DVDs, I'm down to 122 hits, many of
whom include Douglas, Michael, 1944- as a heading, but to see this, I
have to click through several screens. If I then click on the heading,
the system searches for "Douglas, Michael, 1944-" which BEGINS to
approximate a search for an controlled heading.   However, if the
heading were "Smith, John" without dates, the retrieval set would not be
for the unqualified heading, but for any heading with Smith and John in
it.


If you want to try this yourself, the address of our catalog is:

http://find.library.duke.edu

Is anybody aware of any research on user appreciation of controlled
headings?  I have proposed that we do such a study here, but don't know
if we will have the time. 

As far as how headings should be formulated and display, I think the
Wikipedia approach is a good model:

Michael Douglas (disambiguation)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Michael Douglas is an American actor.

Michael Douglas may also refer to:

Mike Douglas (1925-2006), stage name of Michael Delaney Dowd, Jr., an
American talk show host
Michael Keaton (born 1951), actor whose birth name is Michael Douglas
Michael Crichton (1942-2008), used the pen name Michael Douglas
Michael R. Douglas, physicist prominent in string theory
Michael Dutton Douglas (1945-1963), killed in a car accident involving
future First Lady Laura Bush
Michael Douglas (skeleton racer), Canadian skeleton racer
Michael Douglas (politician), from Dominica  

Amy


Amy H. Turner
Monographic Cataloger and Authority Control Coordinator
Duke University Libraries
Durham, NC

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-----Original Message-----
From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Mike Tribby
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 9:41 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Theses name headings and privacy concerns

I am indeed a slow learner at times, the moreso with anything regarding
RDA, but I'm still wondering what the results display would look like in
the environment Stephen Hearn describes. for the example of Michael
Douglas, would the patron entering the search simply pull up a list of
"Douglas, Michael" entries, undifferentiated until clicked on? Would
some snippet of differentiating information appear in the list? If it's
just a list of "Douglas, Michael" results with no further information on
the results screen, how is that an improvement on what we have now? At
least with birth and/or death dates a patron could make an educated
guess for a film star like Douglas, but what if the search is on
"Johnson, George"-- where one is searching on a very common name for a
person who may well not be the son of Kirk Douglas or a cultural icon,
but just an author (or director, or artist, or poet, or whatever) who is
not yet widely known?

I don't deny that the information available in Stephen's scenario would
be an improvement on our present bare bones approach, but how does this
lead to a clearer display for patrons? Aside from occasional factual
mistakes, one of the most consistent complaints I hear about IMDb's
results displays are that they can be a jumble of undifferentiated names
(other than the Roman numerals).

However, with mots like this: "detailed a far more seamier side of the
Hollywood film industry"* it's a daily source of entertainment.


*from IMDb's bio of Kenneth Angerer.


Mike Tribby
Senior Cataloger
Quality Books Inc.
The Best of America's Independent Presses

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-----Original Message-----
From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Stephen Hearn
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 4:09 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Theses name headings and privacy concerns

When I search "michael douglas" in IMDb, I get a list of identities for
"Michael Douglas." They have the roman numeral designation, but more
importantly, they also have information associating, say, a particular
Michael Douglas with "stunts" for "Ski School". The point is that the
roman numeral is just a neutral bit of differentiating data (in
principle; not claiming that IMDb has done a great job of merging and
differentiating persons). Once the differentiation is achieved, other
facts can be called up and joined to the differentiated identity. The
type of facts and the type of display could vary; it wouldn't have to
follow the pattern in IMDb. That said, if I'm looking for a Michael
Douglas who's credited as a stuntperson on the DVD I'm cataloging, the
information IMDb provides is more useful to me than a list of birth
dates would be. It's also more economical, since the facts about this
Michael Douglas are already recorded in the data IMDb has for "Ski
School," and don't need to be researched. A machine could come up with
them, given the right underlying data structures.

I also like that all the "Michael Douglas" entries are pulled together
in IMDb. In our catalog, any $c text gets alphabetized with all the
middle names and initials for other Michael Douglases, making the task
of browsing to find a particular Michael Douglas that much more arduous.
If our indexes could collocate the $c cases, that would help, but I've
given up on hoping for that. The better solution would be to make the
name heading simple, make it always possible to differentiate one
heading from another, and work on deriving the additional identifying
information associated with the identified name for the list display.
That wouldn't solve all our problems. There will always be ambiguous
cases and the potential for human error. But it would be a big step
forward in terms of our ability to differentiate entities and convey
useful information about them.

Stephen


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<DIV>I tried the search for Michael Douglas that you recommended, and =
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browsable list of authors whose last names begin with Douglas, and whose =
first name is Michael.&nbsp; This would give me a chance to review the =
names and choose the most likely name, if there is more than one match. =
For this I had to go to the classic catalog. If I search phone directories =
on the Internet, I get to specify the&nbsp;last name, and then I get a =
list sorted by last name; wouldn't anybody searching by name want this as =
an option?</DIV>
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<DIV>Liz O'Keefe</DIV>
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<DIV>Elizabeth O'Keefe<BR>Director of Collection Information Systems<BR>The=
 Morgan Library &amp; Museum<BR>225 Madison Avenue<BR>New York, NY&nbsp; =
10016-3405<BR>&nbsp;<BR>TEL: 212 590-0380<BR>FAX: 212-768-5680<BR>NET: <A =
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</A></DIV>
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<DIV>Visit CORSAIR, the Library=E2=80=99s comprehensive collections =
catalog, now on<BR>the web at<BR><A href=3D"http://corsair.themorgan.org">h=
ttp://corsair.themorgan.org</A><BR><BR><BR>&gt;&gt;&gt; Amy Turner =
&lt;[log in to unmask]&gt; 10/27/2010 1:16 PM &gt;&gt;&gt;<BR></DIV>
<DIV style=3D"COLOR: #000000">It seems that the trend in "next generation" =
catalogs is away from headings as we know them, in favor of the Googlesque =
approach of a long list of hits with no clear indication of the connection =
between the user's search and the responses.&nbsp; <BR><BR>For example, in =
Duke's catalog, if I enter the author "Douglas, Michael" I get 1,781 =
titles of which the first is a book by Griffin, Michael (Michael Douglas), =
1949- followed by two books by Gose, Michael D. (Michael Douglas), 1946-, =
then one by Jesseph, Douglas Michael.&nbsp;&nbsp; If I click on the facet =
for videos and DVDs, I'm down to 122 hits, many of whom include Douglas, =
Michael, 1944- as a heading, but to see this, I have to click through =
several screens. If I then click on the heading, the system searches for =
"Douglas, Michael, 1944-" which BEGINS to approximate a search for an =
controlled heading.&nbsp;&nbsp; However, if the heading were "Smith, John" =
without dates, the retrieval set would not be for the unqualified heading, =
but for any heading with Smith and John in it.<BR><BR><BR>If you want to =
try this yourself, the address of our catalog is:<BR><BR><A href=3D"http://=
find.library.duke.edu">http://find.library.duke.edu</A><BR><BR>Is anybody =
aware of any research on user appreciation of controlled headings?&nbsp; I =
have proposed that we do such a study here, but don't know if we will have =
the time. <BR><BR>As far as how headings should be formulated and display, =
I think the Wikipedia approach is a good model:<BR><BR>Michael Douglas =
(disambiguation)<BR>From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia<BR><BR>Michael =
Douglas is an American actor.<BR><BR>Michael Douglas may also refer =
to:<BR><BR>Mike Douglas (1925-2006), stage name of Michael Delaney Dowd, =
Jr., an American talk show host<BR>Michael Keaton (born 1951), actor whose =
birth name is Michael Douglas<BR>Michael Crichton (1942-2008), used the =
pen name Michael Douglas<BR>Michael R. Douglas, physicist prominent in =
string theory<BR>Michael Dutton Douglas (1945-1963), killed in a car =
accident involving future First Lady Laura Bush<BR>Michael Douglas =
(skeleton racer), Canadian skeleton racer<BR>Michael Douglas (politician), =
from Dominica&nbsp; <BR><BR>Amy<BR><BR><BR>Amy H. Turner<BR>Monographic =
Cataloger and Authority Control Coordinator<BR>Duke University Libraries<BR=
>Durham, NC<BR><BR>[log in to unmask]<BR><BR><BR><BR>-----Original =
Message-----<BR>From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [<A href=3D"mailto=
:[log in to unmask]]">mailto:[log in to unmask]]</A> On Behalf =
Of Mike Tribby<BR>Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 9:41 AM<BR>To: =
[log in to unmask]<BR>Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Theses name headings =
and privacy concerns<BR><BR>I am indeed a slow learner at times, the =
moreso with anything regarding RDA, but I'm still wondering what the =
results display would look like in the environment Stephen Hearn describes.=
 for the example of Michael Douglas, would the patron entering the search =
simply pull up a list of "Douglas, Michael" entries, undifferentiated =
until clicked on? Would some snippet of differentiating information appear =
in the list? If it's just a list of "Douglas, Michael" results with no =
further information on the results screen, how is that an improvement on =
what we have now? At least with birth and/or death dates a patron could =
make an educated guess for a film star like Douglas, but what if the =
search is on "Johnson, George"-- where one is searching on a very common =
name for a person who may well not be the son of Kirk Douglas or a =
cultural icon, but just an author (or director, or artist, or poet, or =
whatever) who is not yet widely known?<BR><BR>I don't deny that the =
information available in Stephen's scenario would be an improvement on our =
present bare bones approach, but how does this lead to a clearer display =
for patrons? Aside from occasional factual mistakes, one of the most =
consistent complaints I hear about IMDb's results displays are that they =
can be a jumble of undifferentiated names (other than the Roman numerals).<=
BR><BR>However, with mots like this: "detailed a far more seamier side of =
the Hollywood film industry"* it's a daily source of entertainment.<BR><BR>=
<BR>*from IMDb's bio of Kenneth Angerer.<BR><BR><BR>Mike Tribby<BR>Senior =
Cataloger<BR>Quality Books Inc.<BR>The Best of America's Independent =
Presses<BR><BR><A href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">mailto:mike=
[log in to unmask]</A><BR><BR><BR>-----Original Message-----<BR>From=
: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [<A href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]
C.GOV]">mailto:[log in to unmask]]</A> On Behalf Of Stephen =
Hearn<BR>Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 4:09 PM<BR>To: [log in to unmask]
C.GOV<BR>Subject: Re: Theses name headings and privacy concerns<BR><BR>When=
 I search "michael douglas" in IMDb, I get a list of identities for =
"Michael Douglas." They have the roman numeral designation, but more =
importantly, they also have information associating, say, a particular =
Michael Douglas with "stunts" for "Ski School". The point is that the =
roman numeral is just a neutral bit of differentiating data (in principle; =
not claiming that IMDb has done a great job of merging and differentiating =
persons). Once the differentiation is achieved, other facts can be called =
up and joined to the differentiated identity. The type of facts and the =
type of display could vary; it wouldn't have to follow the pattern in =
IMDb. That said, if I'm looking for a Michael Douglas who's credited as a =
stuntperson on the DVD I'm cataloging, the information IMDb provides is =
more useful to me than a list of birth dates would be. It's also more =
economical, since the facts about this Michael Douglas are already =
recorded in the data IMDb has for "Ski School," and don't need to be =
researched. A machine could come up with them, given the right underlying =
data structures.<BR><BR>I also like that all the "Michael Douglas" entries =
are pulled together in IMDb. In our catalog, any $c text gets alphabetized =
with all the middle names and initials for other Michael Douglases, making =
the task of browsing to find a particular Michael Douglas that much more =
arduous. If our indexes could collocate the $c cases, that would help, but =
I've given up on hoping for that. The better solution would be to make the =
name heading simple, make it always possible to differentiate one heading =
from another, and work on deriving the additional identifying information =
associated with the identified name for the list display. That wouldn't =
solve all our problems. There will always be ambiguous cases and the =
potential for human error. But it would be a big step forward in terms of =
our ability to differentiate entities and convey useful information about =
them.<BR><BR>Stephen<BR></DIV></BODY></HTML>
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Date:         Thu, 28 Oct 2010 09:16:31 -0500
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Date:         Thu, 28 Oct 2010 09:30:26 -0500
Reply-To:     Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
From:         "Kevin M. Randall" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Re: Theses name headings and privacy concerns
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Adam Schiff wrote:

> One downside of it would be all the incorrectly linked authority records
> in OCLC.  Many people who don't do NACO but control headings in OCLC are
> going to link the headings to the wrong authority.  People will need to be
> vigilant to make sure that a linked name is linked to the correct
> authority.

Which is one reason why transcribed statements in descriptions are
important...

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345
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Date:         Thu, 28 Oct 2010 16:12:35 -0400
Reply-To:     Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
From:         "Kuhagen, Judith" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Using existing NARs
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Dear NACO participants,

Attached is an updated version of the document about what can and cannot be=
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).  This version will be posted on the Test documentation site; the guideli=
nes apply if you are doing RDA authority work as either a Test participant =
(formal or informal) or a non-participant.

Revisions were made to the general guidelines at the top of page 1 to clari=
fy/explain the guidelines.

I will be sending separate messages to those NACO participants who have cre=
ated RDA differentiated NARs for individuals covered now on undifferentiate=
d records or who have given a 7XX field for one individual on the AACR2 NAR=
.  See guideline #5 in the document.  The guideline in this document has al=
ways been not to create RDA records and not to add a 7XX; the wording in th=
is revision just gives an explanation why this decision was made.
                Related caution:   Do not add information the new RDA field=
s (e.g., place (370), affiliation (373), gender 375)) to an undifferentiate=
d AACR2 record.

Let me know if you have questions.

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1-Dec. 31, 2010).&nbsp; This version will be posted on the Test documentati=
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site; the guidelines apply if you are doing RDA authority work as either a =
Test
participant (formal or informal) or a non-participant.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal>&nbsp;<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal>Revisions were made to the general guidelines at the t=
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page 1 to clarify/explain the guidelines.<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal>I will be sending separate messages to those NACO
participants who have created RDA differentiated NARs for individuals cover=
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now on undifferentiated records or who have given a 7XX field for one
individual on the AACR2 NAR.&nbsp; See guideline #5 in the document.&nbsp; =
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<p class=3DMsoNormal>Let me know if you have questions.<o:p></o:p></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal>Judy<o:p></o:p></p>

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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 09:57:53 -0400
Reply-To:     Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
From:         Deborah Tomaras <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Re: Using existing NARs
Comments: To: [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask]
Comments: cc: [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask],
          [log in to unmask]
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Ms. Kuhagen and others:

I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of names
in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
international problems in all existing library databases.

If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units would
accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether or
not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
their databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepancies
in their catalogs.

For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead entered
in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would have
been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
authorized/undated form.

I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to locate
information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in this
RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what we
point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" for
searching and retrieval.

Deborah Tomaras
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 10:04:45 -0400
Reply-To:     Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
From:         "Kuhagen, Judith" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Re: Using existing NARs
Comments: To: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
          "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>
Comments: cc: "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
          "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
          "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
          "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>
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Dear Deborah,

The Coordinating Committee for the US RDA Test understands the discrepancie=
s these actions will cause; the impact was discussed with Glenn Patton and =
others at OCLC and with the PCC Steering Committee.  Having a test with 26 =
participating libraries and groups in a production mode (a test mode for al=
l wasn't feasible) obviously affects libraries not involved in the US RDA T=
est.  Policy documents were posted and shared widely so that non-participan=
ts would be aware of the effect on their own processes, records, etc.

Database maintenance is being deferred until there is a decision on impleme=
ntation.  Otherwise, records would need to be modified again if RDA is not =
implemented.

I will forward your message to the Coordinating Committee.

Judy


-----Original Message-----
From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]]=20
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 9:58 AM
To: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; Kuhagen, Judith
Cc: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; cdonahue@=
nypl.org
Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Ms. Kuhagen and others:

I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of names =
in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2 author=
ity record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous international p=
roblems in all existing library databases.

If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units would=
 accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus cre=
ating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether or no=
t they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into the=
ir databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepancies in =
their catalogs.

For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni Gasi=
orowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead entered in =
an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is no h=
eading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would have bee=
n accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings, leading t=
o a conflict with our already existing records with the authorized/undated =
form.

I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians, i=
s to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to locate i=
nformation in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in this =
RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what we =
point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" for =
searching and retrieval.

Deborah Tomaras
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
[log in to unmask]
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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 10:19:17 -0400
Reply-To:     Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
From:         Deborah Tomaras <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Re: Using existing NARs
Comments: To: "Kuhagen, Judith" <[log in to unmask]>
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          "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
          "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
          "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
          "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>
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Judy:

Thanks for your reply. It would seem to me more prudent, since this is a
production-mode OCLC test, to always use existing AACR2 headings if they
are found (adding the 70014 for RDA in the authority record for future
potential usage), and only use RDA headings in bibliographic records (and
create them in the authority file) if there are none already existent. This
would eliminate conflict problems, and still allow the formulation of RDA
authorities, when existing authorities don't exist. Would the Coordinating
Committee consider this option, to save us all maintenance headaches down
the line? Automated authority flipping isn't foolproof, and local database
maintenance staff are already quite busy.

If this option is not acceptable, could RDA test records at least be coded
with lower ELvls (K, for example), so that they are not automatically
accepted by copy cataloging units, and are researched/fixed as needed by
librarians?

Thanks again for your time.

Deborah Tomaras


                                                                                                               
  From:       "Kuhagen, Judith" <[log in to unmask]>                                                                 
                                                                                                               
  To:         "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]"                            
              <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>                    
                                                                                                               
  Cc:         "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,  
              "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>                     
                                                                                                               
  Date:       10/29/2010 10:07 AM                                                                              
                                                                                                               
  Subject:    RE: Using existing NARs                                                                          
                                                                                                               





Dear Deborah,

The Coordinating Committee for the US RDA Test understands the
discrepancies these actions will cause; the impact was discussed with Glenn
Patton and others at OCLC and with the PCC Steering Committee.  Having a
test with 26 participating libraries and groups in a production mode (a
test mode for all wasn't feasible) obviously affects libraries not involved
in the US RDA Test.  Policy documents were posted and shared widely so that
non-participants would be aware of the effect on their own processes,
records, etc.

Database maintenance is being deferred until there is a decision on
implementation.  Otherwise, records would need to be modified again if RDA
is not implemented.

I will forward your message to the Coordinating Committee.

Judy


-----Original Message-----
From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 9:58 AM
To: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; Kuhagen, Judith
Cc: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask];
[log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Ms. Kuhagen and others:

I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of names
in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
international problems in all existing library databases.

If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units would
accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether or
not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
their databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepancies
in their catalogs.

For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead entered
in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would have
been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
authorized/undated form.

I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to locate
information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in this
RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what we
point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" for
searching and retrieval.

Deborah Tomaras
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
[log in to unmask]
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Deborah,

If you want to discuss these issues with the Coordinating Committee, please=
 contact them via the email addresses posted for the members of the Committ=
ee at http://www.loc.gov/bibliographic-future/rda/committee.html

Judy =20


-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:19 AM
To: Kuhagen, Judith
Cc: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; jbayer@ny=
pl.org; [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]
Subject: RE: Using existing NARs

Judy:

Thanks for your reply. It would seem to me more prudent, since this is a pr=
oduction-mode OCLC test, to always use existing AACR2 headings if they are =
found (adding the 70014 for RDA in the authority record for future potentia=
l usage), and only use RDA headings in bibliographic records (and create th=
em in the authority file) if there are none already existent. This would el=
iminate conflict problems, and still allow the formulation of RDA authoriti=
es, when existing authorities don't exist. Would the Coordinating Committee=
 consider this option, to save us all maintenance headaches down the line? =
Automated authority flipping isn't foolproof, and local database maintenanc=
e staff are already quite busy.

If this option is not acceptable, could RDA test records at least be coded =
with lower ELvls (K, for example), so that they are not automatically accep=
ted by copy cataloging units, and are researched/fixed as needed by librari=
ans?

Thanks again for your time.

Deborah Tomaras


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Dear Deborah,

The Coordinating Committee for the US RDA Test understands the discrepancie=
s these actions will cause; the impact was discussed with Glenn Patton and =
others at OCLC and with the PCC Steering Committee.  Having a test with 26 =
participating libraries and groups in a production mode (a test mode for al=
l wasn't feasible) obviously affects libraries not involved in the US RDA T=
est.  Policy documents were posted and shared widely so that non-participan=
ts would be aware of the effect on their own processes, records, etc.

Database maintenance is being deferred until there is a decision on impleme=
ntation.  Otherwise, records would need to be modified again if RDA is not =
implemented.

I will forward your message to the Coordinating Committee.

Judy


-----Original Message-----
From: [log in to unmask] [?mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 9:58 AM
To: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; Kuhagen, Judith
Cc: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; cdonahue@=
nypl.org
Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Ms. Kuhagen and others:

I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of names =
in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2 author=
ity record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous international p=
roblems in all existing library databases.

If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units would=
 accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus cre=
ating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether or no=
t they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into the=
ir databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepancies in =
their catalogs.

For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni Gasi=
orowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead entered in =
an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is no h=
eading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would have bee=
n accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings, leading t=
o a conflict with our already existing records with the authorized/undated =
form.

I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians, i=
s to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to locate i=
nformation in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in this =
RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what we =
point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" for =
searching and retrieval.

Deborah Tomaras
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
[log in to unmask]
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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 11:11:18 -0400
Reply-To:     Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
From:         "Arakawa, Steven" <[log in to unmask]>
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I don't like the idea of adding hybrid AACR2/RDA records to the database, e=
specially with OCLC's policy of "RDA or AACR2 but not both." I don't think =
it's that difficult to train copy catalogers to identify an RDA record--any=
 record with 336-338 should stick out like a sore thumb. Once the record is=
 so identified, the library has the option of changing the headings to AACR=
2 in its local database. But please, not at the national level.

Steven Arakawa=20
Catalog Librarian for Training & Documentation
Catalog & Metadata Services, SML, Yale University
P.O. Box 208240 New Haven, CT 06520-8240=A0=20
(203)432-8286 [log in to unmask]

-----Original Message-----
From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]] =
On Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:19 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Judy:

Thanks for your reply. It would seem to me more prudent, since this is a
production-mode OCLC test, to always use existing AACR2 headings if they
are found (adding the 70014 for RDA in the authority record for future
potential usage), and only use RDA headings in bibliographic records (and
create them in the authority file) if there are none already existent. This
would eliminate conflict problems, and still allow the formulation of RDA
authorities, when existing authorities don't exist. Would the Coordinating
Committee consider this option, to save us all maintenance headaches down
the line? Automated authority flipping isn't foolproof, and local database
maintenance staff are already quite busy.

If this option is not acceptable, could RDA test records at least be coded
with lower ELvls (K, for example), so that they are not automatically
accepted by copy cataloging units, and are researched/fixed as needed by
librarians?

Thanks again for your time.

Deborah Tomaras


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Dear Deborah,

The Coordinating Committee for the US RDA Test understands the
discrepancies these actions will cause; the impact was discussed with Glenn
Patton and others at OCLC and with the PCC Steering Committee.  Having a
test with 26 participating libraries and groups in a production mode (a
test mode for all wasn't feasible) obviously affects libraries not involved
in the US RDA Test.  Policy documents were posted and shared widely so that
non-participants would be aware of the effect on their own processes,
records, etc.

Database maintenance is being deferred until there is a decision on
implementation.  Otherwise, records would need to be modified again if RDA
is not implemented.

I will forward your message to the Coordinating Committee.

Judy


-----Original Message-----
From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 9:58 AM
To: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; Kuhagen, Judith
Cc: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask];
[log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Ms. Kuhagen and others:

I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of names
in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
international problems in all existing library databases.

If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units would
accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether or
not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
their databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepancies
in their catalogs.

For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead entered
in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would have
been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
authorized/undated form.

I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to locate
information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in this
RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what we
point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" for
searching and retrieval.

Deborah Tomaras
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
[log in to unmask]
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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 10:24:12 -0500
Reply-To:     Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
Sender:       Program for Cooperative Cataloging <[log in to unmask]>
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While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with her
suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the other
hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of RDA
if the set of records aren't fully RDA?

Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
*will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.  (And
I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if
we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end
up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
related bib records can be updated as necessary.

There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to
accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records in
their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other
things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
out RDA.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
On
> Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs
> 
> Ms. Kuhagen and others:
> 
> I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of names
> in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> international problems in all existing library databases.
> 
> If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
would
> accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
or
> not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
> their databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepancies
> in their catalogs.
> 
> For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
entered
> in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
> no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
have
> been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> authorized/undated form.
> 
> I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
> is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to locate
> information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
this
> RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what we
> point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" for
> searching and retrieval.
> 
> Deborah Tomaras
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]
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Steven,

It is not a hybrid record, but rather a new version of an existing NAF
established name. This certainly already caused confusion in our librar=
y.
The problem is even more compounded because copy cataloging of LC, PCC
records is handled by processing assistants who do not correct records
accepting them as they are. Going along the line of recent cataloging
reasoning that our cataloging should be simplified and more efficient, =
it
seems to me that RDA debacle is taking us into another direction. RDA i=
s
actually making our cataloging more complex, complicated and confusing.=

Personally, I think that at any time if you have to devise a special
language to explain what you mean, it basically spells trouble.

Thank you.

Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thompson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9603
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I don't like the idea of adding hybrid AACR2/RDA records to the databas=
e,
especially with OCLC's policy of "RDA or AACR2 but not both." I don't t=
hink
it's that difficult to train copy catalogers to identify an RDA record-=
-any
record with 336-338 should stick out like a sore thumb. Once the record=
 is
so identified, the library has the option of changing the headings to A=
ACR2
in its local database. But please, not at the national level.

Steven Arakawa
Catalog Librarian for Training & Documentation
Catalog & Metadata Services, SML, Yale University
P.O. Box 208240 New Haven, CT 06520-8240
(203)432-8286 [log in to unmask]

-----Original Message-----
From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]
OV]
On Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:19 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Judy:

Thanks for your reply. It would seem to me more prudent, since this is =
a
production-mode OCLC test, to always use existing AACR2 headings if the=
y
are found (adding the 70014 for RDA in the authority record for future
potential usage), and only use RDA headings in bibliographic records (a=
nd
create them in the authority file) if there are none already existent. =
This
would eliminate conflict problems, and still allow the formulation of R=
DA
authorities, when existing authorities don't exist. Would the Coordinat=
ing
Committee consider this option, to save us all maintenance headaches do=
wn
the line? Automated authority flipping isn't foolproof, and local datab=
ase
maintenance staff are already quite busy.

If this option is not acceptable, could RDA test records at least be co=
ded
with lower ELvls (K, for example), so that they are not automatically
accepted by copy cataloging units, and are researched/fixed as needed b=
y
librarians?

Thanks again for your time.

Deborah Tomaras



  From:       "Kuhagen, Judith" <[log in to unmask]>


  To:         "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
"[log in to unmask]"
              <[log in to unmask]>, "[log in to unmask]"
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  Date:       10/29/2010 10:07 AM


  Subject:    RE: Using existing NARs







Dear Deborah,

The Coordinating Committee for the US RDA Test understands the
discrepancies these actions will cause; the impact was discussed with G=
lenn
Patton and others at OCLC and with the PCC Steering Committee.  Having =
a
test with 26 participating libraries and groups in a production mode (a=

test mode for all wasn't feasible) obviously affects libraries not invo=
lved
in the US RDA Test.  Policy documents were posted and shared widely so =
that
non-participants would be aware of the effect on their own processes,
records, etc.

Database maintenance is being deferred until there is a decision on
implementation.  Otherwise, records would need to be modified again if =
RDA
is not implemented.

I will forward your message to the Coordinating Committee.

Judy


-----Original Message-----
From: [log in to unmask] [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 9:58 AM
To: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; Kuhagen, Judith
Cc: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask];
[log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Ms. Kuhagen and others:

I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of na=
mes
in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
international problems in all existing library databases.

If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units w=
ould
accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whethe=
r or
not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records in=
to
their databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepanc=
ies
in their catalogs.

For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead ent=
ered
in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there =
is
no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would =
have
been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
authorized/undated form.

I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarian=
s,
is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to loc=
ate
information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in =
this
RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what=
 we
point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" =
for
searching and retrieval.

Deborah Tomaras
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
[log in to unmask]
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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 10:57:18 -0500
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From Kevin Randall:

>Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA *w=
ill* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham

I fully agree with Kevin on half of that. As to the other half, I think it'=
s open to interpretation and may well turn on one's definition of "sham."

>The value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines w=
ork, how well the new records play with others, what options are better tha=
n others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.

This I agree with entirely, the same with this:

>Once we know what's what, the authority records and related bib records ca=
n be updated as necessary.

As to this, however:

>There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library cata=
loging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to acc=
omodate it.

I think some of us may be amazed at how many players in the cataloging worl=
d will be completely unprepared for RDA and how many will claim that they w=
ere not made aware of what changes were coming or when. It's not that there=
 hasn't been plenty of notice, but I think pariticipants on this and other =
cataloging-oriented lists may overestimate how broad participation is in th=
e discussions undertaken online. I hope I'm wrong, but I still remember the=
 introduction of subfield v in 6XX fields. Many catalogers were surprised b=
y it while those who had worked on the proposal rightly pointed out that th=
ey had tried to publicize what they were proposing and repeatedly asked for=
 input. RDA is a much bigger issue, but that hardly means that everybody wh=
o should be paying attention is, or even has the time or inclination to do =
so. We could debate whether this disinclination is a failing in any and all=
 catalogers who may possess it, but I think it does exist.

>And I fear that implementation will be horribly costly

I think this is an under-appreciated problem that will be addressed loudly =
when implementation occurs.

>This may be an inconvenience for a while.

I think this is a vast understatement, but inevitable with any meaningful c=
hange.

>But at a time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR=
 and other things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to hone=
stly test out RDA.

It's not the FRBR part of RDA for which I have the most serious misgivings.=
 It's the installation of what should be display issues as rules concerning=
 how information is presented in records and the failure to make the rules =
clearer and easier to understand. Until that happens we will continue to ha=
ve problems presenting our metadata and making it play well with the rest o=
f the world.


Mike Tribby
Senior Cataloger
Quality Books Inc.
The Best of America's Independent Presses

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I am not sure that I understand Kevin's response. These points that he
emphasizes make it clear to me that we should stay sane instead of plunging
into insanity so to speak, because that will make us feel good:

"While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
control"
"implementation will be horribly costly"
"the authority records and related bib records can be updated as necessary
making adjustments as needed to RDA records in their own catalogs. This may
be an inconvenience for a while"

The point that Kevin makes is in itself outrageous:

"I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA *will* be
implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just that all
of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable."

If this is a foregone conclusion, why bother with a test?

Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz
New York Public Library
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Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
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While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
her
suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the other
hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of RDA
if the set of records aren't fully RDA?

Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
*will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.  (And
I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if
we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end
up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
related bib records can be updated as necessary.

There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to
accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
in
their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other
things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
out RDA.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345

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> Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
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>
> Ms. Kuhagen and others:
>
> I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
names
> in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> international problems in all existing library databases.
>
> If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
would
> accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
or
> not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
> their databases when created by others, increasing authority
discrepancies
> in their catalogs.
>
> For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
entered
> in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
> no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
have
> been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> authorized/undated form.
>
> I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
> is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
locate
> information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
this
> RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
we
> point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
for
> searching and retrieval.
>
> Deborah Tomaras
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
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While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules, I
believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware
that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed test
system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging
units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and
ability.

In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing
through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4
records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information is
correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is
not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an
RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so
we cannot simply "be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need to
accommodate it" as Mr. Randall suggests.

I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow
undermining RDA, or making "hybrid records", as another person suggested.
In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that
are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name
authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I
believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of
primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are followed.

Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
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While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
her
suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the other
hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of RDA
if the set of records aren't fully RDA?

Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
*will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.  (And
I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if
we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end
up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
related bib records can be updated as necessary.

There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to
accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
in
their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other
things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
out RDA.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345

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>
> Ms. Kuhagen and others:
>
> I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
names
> in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> international problems in all existing library databases.
>
> If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
would
> accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
or
> not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
> their databases when created by others, increasing authority
discrepancies
> in their catalogs.
>
> For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
entered
> in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
> no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
have
> been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> authorized/undated form.
>
> I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
> is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
locate
> information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
this
> RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
we
> point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
for
> searching and retrieval.
>
> Deborah Tomaras
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]
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I meant hybrid in the sense that the proposal would result in bibliographic=
 records at the national level coded as rda, cataloged according to RDA, *e=
xcept* for a heading here, a heading there changed to "integrate" it with a=
 local AACR2 file. I don't think national practice should be determined by =
local workflows. And we surely had the same problem with the AACR2 implemen=
tation without the computer support we have today.

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Steven,

It is not a hybrid record, but rather a new version of an existing NAF
established name. This certainly already caused confusion in our library.
The problem is even more compounded because copy cataloging of LC, PCC
records is handled by processing assistants who do not correct records
accepting them as they are. Going along the line of recent cataloging
reasoning that our cataloging should be simplified and more efficient, it
seems to me that RDA debacle is taking us into another direction. RDA is
actually making our cataloging more complex, complicated and confusing.
Personally, I think that at any time if you have to devise a special
language to explain what you mean, it basically spells trouble.

Thank you.

Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz
New York Public Library
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I don't like the idea of adding hybrid AACR2/RDA records to the database,
especially with OCLC's policy of "RDA or AACR2 but not both." I don't think
it's that difficult to train copy catalogers to identify an RDA record--any
record with 336-338 should stick out like a sore thumb. Once the record is
so identified, the library has the option of changing the headings to AACR2
in its local database. But please, not at the national level.

Steven Arakawa
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Catalog & Metadata Services, SML, Yale University
P.O. Box 208240 New Haven, CT 06520-8240
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Judy:

Thanks for your reply. It would seem to me more prudent, since this is a
production-mode OCLC test, to always use existing AACR2 headings if they
are found (adding the 70014 for RDA in the authority record for future
potential usage), and only use RDA headings in bibliographic records (and
create them in the authority file) if there are none already existent. This
would eliminate conflict problems, and still allow the formulation of RDA
authorities, when existing authorities don't exist. Would the Coordinating
Committee consider this option, to save us all maintenance headaches down
the line? Automated authority flipping isn't foolproof, and local database
maintenance staff are already quite busy.

If this option is not acceptable, could RDA test records at least be coded
with lower ELvls (K, for example), so that they are not automatically
accepted by copy cataloging units, and are researched/fixed as needed by
librarians?

Thanks again for your time.

Deborah Tomaras



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Dear Deborah,

The Coordinating Committee for the US RDA Test understands the
discrepancies these actions will cause; the impact was discussed with Glenn
Patton and others at OCLC and with the PCC Steering Committee.  Having a
test with 26 participating libraries and groups in a production mode (a
test mode for all wasn't feasible) obviously affects libraries not involved
in the US RDA Test.  Policy documents were posted and shared widely so that
non-participants would be aware of the effect on their own processes,
records, etc.

Database maintenance is being deferred until there is a decision on
implementation.  Otherwise, records would need to be modified again if RDA
is not implemented.

I will forward your message to the Coordinating Committee.

Judy


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Ms. Kuhagen and others:

I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of names
in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
international problems in all existing library databases.

If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units would
accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether or
not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
their databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepancies
in their catalogs.

For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead entered
in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would have
been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
authorized/undated form.

I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to locate
information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in this
RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what we
point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" for
searching and retrieval.

Deborah Tomaras
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
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Can anyone address the actual number of RDA test records being created? I 
am assuming that these records will still be a drop in the bucket compared 
to the rest of our quick cataloging workflow. Am I wrong?

************
Diana Brooking             (206) 685-0389
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On Fri, 29 Oct 2010, Deborah Tomaras wrote:

> While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules, I
> believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware
> that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed test
> system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging
> units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and
> ability.
>
> In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing
> through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4
> records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information is
> correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is
> not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an
> RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so
> we cannot simply "be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need to
> accommodate it" as Mr. Randall suggests.
>
> I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow
> undermining RDA, or making "hybrid records", as another person suggested.
> In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that
> are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name
> authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I
> believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of
> primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are followed.
>
> Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]
>
>
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> While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
> her
> suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
> for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
> control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the other
> hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of RDA
> if the set of records aren't fully RDA?
>
> Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
> *will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
> that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
> value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
> how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
> others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.  (And
> I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if
> we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
> to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end
> up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
> related bib records can be updated as necessary.
>
> There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
> cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to
> accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
> in
> their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
> time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other
> things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
> out RDA.
>
> Kevin M. Randall
> Principal Serials Cataloger
> Bibliographic Services Dept.
> Northwestern University Library
> 1970 Campus Drive
> Evanston, IL  60208-2300
> email: [log in to unmask]
> phone: (847) 491-2939
> fax:   (847) 491-4345
>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]
> ]
> On
>> Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
>> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM
>> To: [log in to unmask]
>> Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs
>>
>> Ms. Kuhagen and others:
>>
>> I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
> names
>> in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
>> authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
>> international problems in all existing library databases.
>>
>> If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
> would
>> accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
>> creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
> or
>> not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
>> their databases when created by others, increasing authority
> discrepancies
>> in their catalogs.
>>
>> For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
>> Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
> entered
>> in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
>> no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
> have
>> been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
>> leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
>> authorized/undated form.
>>
>> I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
>> is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
> locate
>> information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
> this
>> RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
> we
>> point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
> for
>> searching and retrieval.
>>
>> Deborah Tomaras
>> Librarian II
>> Western European Languages Team
>> New York Public Library
>> Library Services Center
>> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
>> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
>> (917) 229-9561
>> [log in to unmask]
>
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I hardly think saying RDA guidelines and policies have been followed when c=
reating access points in RDA bib records constitutes "quibbles about which =
rule sets are followed." RDA is being implemented by the other English-spea=
king nations, I understand, so their records will be in the file, and yes, =
they do contribute to NACO. Should they be required to keep using AACR2 hea=
dings in their RDA records? It seems very likely that RDA will be implement=
ed here in the U.S., though that decision has not been made yet. Assuming w=
e do officially implement I hope nobody will be "quibbling" that we should =
keep on using AACR2 forms on RDA records.=20

We don't insist that we continue using pre-AACR2 forms on established NARs =
in the LC/NACO authority file when creating AACR2 bib records. Instead, we =
revise the pre-AACR2 form in the existing authority record to become AACR2.=
 Why should we not do the same-i.e., use RDA forms, not AACR2 forms-when we=
 move into a new code?

Bob

Robert L. Maxwell
Head, Special Collections and Formats Catalog Dept.
6728 Harold B. Lee Library
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602
(801)422-5568


-----Original Message-----
From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]] =
On Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:10 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Fw: Using existing NARs

While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules, I
believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware
that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed test
system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging
units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and
ability.

In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing
through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4
records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information is
correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is
not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an
RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so
we cannot simply "be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need to
accommodate it" as Mr. Randall suggests.

I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow
undermining RDA, or making "hybrid records", as another person suggested.
In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that
are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name
authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I
believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of
primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are followed.

Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
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While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
her
suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the other
hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of RDA
if the set of records aren't fully RDA?

Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
*will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.  (And
I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if
we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end
up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
related bib records can be updated as necessary.

There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to
accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
in
their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other
things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
out RDA.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]
]
On
> Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs
>
> Ms. Kuhagen and others:
>
> I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
names
> in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> international problems in all existing library databases.
>
> If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
would
> accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
or
> not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
> their databases when created by others, increasing authority
discrepancies
> in their catalogs.
>
> For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
entered
> in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
> no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
have
> been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> authorized/undated form.
>
> I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
> is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
locate
> information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
this
> RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
we
> point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
for
> searching and retrieval.
>
> Deborah Tomaras
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]
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I think anyone interested in implementing, not just testing, RDA should be
paying close attention to what Deborah Tomaras is saying. The difficulty of
implementing RDA across our large and diverse cataloging community goes up
considerably without some kind of compatibility convention to preserve the
LCNAF as a single, consistent, integrated file for authorizing name
headings. Such a convention eased the earlier transition to AACR2, and would
serve us well in this case.

Specifically, the convention would state that name and title headings on bib
records coded "LDR/18=a" (AACR2) or "040 $e rda" are in principle authorized
by the LCNAF. Over time, authorities in the LCNAF will be revised from AACR2
to RDF, differing AACR2 forms can be retained in 4XXs as pre-AACR2 forms
were, and the task of managing this transition will be a lot simpler.

I accept that things will be confusing during testing, and acknowledge that
LC cannot publish decisions about the test until the test is completed. But
perhaps the Coordinating Committee could communicate that a compatibility
option has not been ruled out if the decision to implement RDA is made.

Stephen

-- 
Stephen Hearn, Metadata Strategist
Technical Services, University Libraries
University of Minnesota
160 Wilson Library
309 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Ph: 612-625-2328
Fx: 612-625-3428

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I think anyone interested in implementing, not just testing, RDA should be =
paying close attention to what Deborah Tomaras is saying. The difficulty of=
 implementing RDA across our large and diverse cataloging community goes up=
 considerably without some kind of compatibility convention to preserve the=
 LCNAF as a single, consistent, integrated file for authorizing name headin=
gs. Such a convention eased the earlier transition to AACR2, and would serv=
e us well in this case. <br>
<br>Specifically, the convention would state that name and title headings o=
n bib records coded &quot;LDR/18=3Da&quot; (AACR2) or &quot;040 $e rda&quot=
; are in principle authorized by the LCNAF. Over time, authorities in the L=
CNAF will be revised from AACR2 to RDF, differing AACR2 forms can be retain=
ed in 4XXs as pre-AACR2 forms were, and the task of managing this transitio=
n will be a lot simpler. <br>
<br>I accept that things will be confusing during testing, and acknowledge =
that LC cannot publish decisions about the test until the test is completed=
. But perhaps the Coordinating Committee could communicate that a compatibi=
lity option has not been ruled out if the decision to implement RDA is made=
.<br>
<br>Stephen<br><br>-- <br><div>Stephen Hearn, Metadata Strategist</div>
<div>Technical Services, University Libraries</div>
<div>University of Minnesota</div>
<div>160 Wilson Library</div>
<div>309 19th Avenue South</div>
<div>Minneapolis, MN 55455</div>
<div>Ph: 612-625-2328</div>
<div>Fx:=A0612-625-3428</div><br>

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Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz wrote:

> If this is a foregone conclusion, why bother with a test?

For exactly the reasons I cited:  "The value in the RDA test will be in
finding out how well the guidelines work, how well the new records play with
others, what options are better than others, and just overall what would be
the best way to implement RDA."

Having a testing methodology, and a discrete set of records (created by
people trained to participate in the test) to analyze, will likely tell us a
*lot* more than just having an unknown number of catalogers dive into using
RDA right away.  ("Unknown" being probably any random number between 3 and
30,000...)  There is a lot we don't know about actually preparing for and
using RDA and its resulting records, and finding out those things will help
greatly toward some sort of coordinated implementation down the line.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345
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In all honesty, I don't see the effect of the RDA records being worse than
the massive numbers of duplicate and/or nonstandard records being loaded
into OCLC already.  Isn't it pretty much just more of the same?

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
On
> Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 11:10 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Fw: Using existing NARs
> 
> While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules,
I
> believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware
> that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed
test
> system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging
> units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and
> ability.
> 
> In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing
> through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4
> records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information
is
> correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is
> not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an
> RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so
> we cannot simply "be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need to
> accommodate it" as Mr. Randall suggests.
> 
> I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow
> undermining RDA, or making "hybrid records", as another person suggested.
> In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that
> are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name
> authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I
> believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of
> primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are
followed.
> 
> Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]
> 
> 
> 
>   From:       wsiemaszkiewicz/MHT/Nypl
> 
>   To:         Deborah Tomaras/MHT/Nypl@NYPL
> 
>   Date:       10/29/2010 11:55 AM
> 
>   Subject:    Fw: Using existing NARs
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ----- Forwarded by wsiemaszkiewicz/MHT/Nypl on 10/29/2010 11:54 AM -----
> 
> 
> 
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> 
> 
>          Kevin M. Randall
>                          to:
>                            PCCLIST
> 
> 10
> 
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> 
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> 
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> 
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> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
> her
> suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
> for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
> control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the
other
> hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of
RDA
> if the set of records aren't fully RDA?
> 
> Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
> *will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
> that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
> value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
> how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
> others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.
(And
> I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that
if
> we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
> to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will
end
> up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
> related bib records can be updated as necessary.
> 
> There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
> cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need
to
> accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
> in
> their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
> time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and
other
> things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
> out RDA.
> 
> Kevin M. Randall
> Principal Serials Cataloger
> Bibliographic Services Dept.
> Northwestern University Library
> 1970 Campus Drive
> Evanston, IL  60208-2300
> email: [log in to unmask]
> phone: (847) 491-2939
> fax:   (847) 491-4345
> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging
[mailto:[log in to unmask]
> ]
> On
> > Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> > Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs
> >
> > Ms. Kuhagen and others:
> >
> > I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
> names
> > in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> > authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> > international problems in all existing library databases.
> >
> > If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
> would
> > accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> > creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
> or
> > not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records
into
> > their databases when created by others, increasing authority
> discrepancies
> > in their catalogs.
> >
> > For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> > Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
> entered
> > in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there
is
> > no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
> have
> > been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> > leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> > authorized/undated form.
> >
> > I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging
librarians,
> > is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
> locate
> > information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
> this
> > RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
> we
> > point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
> for
> > searching and retrieval.
> >
> > Deborah Tomaras
> > Librarian II
> > Western European Languages Team
> > New York Public Library
> > Library Services Center
> > 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> > Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> > (917) 229-9561
> > [log in to unmask]
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I've tried to keep out of this, as I can see that RDA might not totally mes=
s up what generations of skilled catalogers have already built (especially =
if implementation is optional). But when painstakingly researched and creat=
ed NARs are in danger of being plunged into confusion, I get a sinking feel=
ing in the pit of my stomach. I often wonder if the people who are thinking=
 up new "simpler" ways to do things really understand the philosophy, purpo=
se, complexity, and vast utility of the existing system. I've been in the b=
usiness long enough to be a curmudgeon, and have spent more years than I li=
ke to remember cleaning up messes that people had made by implementing "eas=
ier, simpler" systems, and putting things back to logical, orderly, standar=
dized, searchable data.

Nancy Hill
Asst Library Director for Technical Svcs
University of Texas at El Paso Library
500 W. University, El Paso, TX 79968
915-747-6722
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"The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can=
not read them." Mark Twain

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Steven,

It is not a hybrid record, but rather a new version of an existing NAF
established name. This certainly already caused confusion in our library.
The problem is even more compounded because copy cataloging of LC, PCC
records is handled by processing assistants who do not correct records
accepting them as they are. Going along the line of recent cataloging
reasoning that our cataloging should be simplified and more efficient, it
seems to me that RDA debacle is taking us into another direction. RDA is
actually making our cataloging more complex, complicated and confusing.
Personally, I think that at any time if you have to devise a special
language to explain what you mean, it basically spells trouble.

Thank you.

Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thompson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9603
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I don't like the idea of adding hybrid AACR2/RDA records to the database,
especially with OCLC's policy of "RDA or AACR2 but not both." I don't think
it's that difficult to train copy catalogers to identify an RDA record--any
record with 336-338 should stick out like a sore thumb. Once the record is
so identified, the library has the option of changing the headings to AACR2
in its local database. But please, not at the national level.

Steven Arakawa
Catalog Librarian for Training & Documentation
Catalog & Metadata Services, SML, Yale University
P.O. Box 208240 New Haven, CT 06520-8240
(203)432-8286 [log in to unmask]

-----Original Message-----
From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
On Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:19 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Judy:

Thanks for your reply. It would seem to me more prudent, since this is a
production-mode OCLC test, to always use existing AACR2 headings if they
are found (adding the 70014 for RDA in the authority record for future
potential usage), and only use RDA headings in bibliographic records (and
create them in the authority file) if there are none already existent. This
would eliminate conflict problems, and still allow the formulation of RDA
authorities, when existing authorities don't exist. Would the Coordinating
Committee consider this option, to save us all maintenance headaches down
the line? Automated authority flipping isn't foolproof, and local database
maintenance staff are already quite busy.

If this option is not acceptable, could RDA test records at least be coded
with lower ELvls (K, for example), so that they are not automatically
accepted by copy cataloging units, and are researched/fixed as needed by
librarians?

Thanks again for your time.

Deborah Tomaras



  From:       "Kuhagen, Judith" <[log in to unmask]>


  To:         "[log in to unmask]" <[log in to unmask]>,
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  Subject:    RE: Using existing NARs







Dear Deborah,

The Coordinating Committee for the US RDA Test understands the
discrepancies these actions will cause; the impact was discussed with Glenn
Patton and others at OCLC and with the PCC Steering Committee.  Having a
test with 26 participating libraries and groups in a production mode (a
test mode for all wasn't feasible) obviously affects libraries not involved
in the US RDA Test.  Policy documents were posted and shared widely so that
non-participants would be aware of the effect on their own processes,
records, etc.

Database maintenance is being deferred until there is a decision on
implementation.  Otherwise, records would need to be modified again if RDA
is not implemented.

I will forward your message to the Coordinating Committee.

Judy


-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 9:58 AM
To: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; Kuhagen, Judith
Cc: [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask]; [log in to unmask];
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Subject: Re: Using existing NARs

Ms. Kuhagen and others:

I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of names
in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
international problems in all existing library databases.

If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units would
accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether or
not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
their databases when created by others, increasing authority discrepancies
in their catalogs.

For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead entered
in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would have
been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
authorized/undated form.

I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to locate
information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in this
RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what we
point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google" for
searching and retrieval.

Deborah Tomaras
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
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D. Brooking <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Can anyone address the actual number of RDA test records being created? I=
 am
> assuming that these records will still be a drop in the bucket compared t=
o
> the rest of our quick cataloging workflow. Am I wrong?

   26 formal testing institutions/consortia/funnels
x  25 original RDA records (common set of titles they all catalog;
recently published works, I believe)
x  at least 25 original RDA records (extra set of titles from each
institution's acquisitions,mainly new works too)
=3D big number

(I don't think the RDA copy cataloging sets are being released into the wil=
d.)

Add in the work of informal testers tossing records into WorldCat.

Looking into WorldCat as of this writing, there are 3998 RDA bib
records in that database, 2571 of which are master records, the
remainder being institution records.  I suspect most of the
institution records are hiding under their AACR doppelgaenger.

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I seem to recall that one of the selling points of RDA was that the rules f=
or headings were not expected to change much, so it would be easier to inte=
grate RDA and AACR2 records than was the case with AACR2 and AACR1.   I eve=
n had the vague notion (probably unsubstantiated, wishful thinking) that ex=
cept for a few cases like spelling out Old and New Testament, we'd be able =
to continue to use existing AACR2 authority records for both AACR2 and RDA =
records, with RDA rules being used to create new headings.  I think the poi=
nt about "quibbling" is that the important thing about an authority record =
is that it standardizes headings (with the help of automation) not that it =
meets some platonic ideal of what a heading should look like.

Our catalogs contain descriptive data constructed under many past rules.   =
I've never heard of any attempt to standardize things like illus. vs. ill. =
vs. illustrations retroactively.  It is a bit late to argue about the condi=
tions for the test, but once it is over, might we consider going forward wi=
th an authority file in which RDA and AACR2 headings had equal weight, so t=
hat energies can go constructing new headings rather than revising old ones=
?

Amy


Amy H. Turner
Monographic Cataloger and Authority Control Coordinator
Duke University Libraries
Durham, NC

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Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 12:58 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Fw: Using existing NARs

I hardly think saying RDA guidelines and policies have been followed when c=
reating access points in RDA bib records constitutes "quibbles about which =
rule sets are followed." RDA is being implemented by the other English-spea=
king nations, I understand, so their records will be in the file, and yes, =
they do contribute to NACO. Should they be required to keep using AACR2 hea=
dings in their RDA records? It seems very likely that RDA will be implement=
ed here in the U.S., though that decision has not been made yet. Assuming w=
e do officially implement I hope nobody will be "quibbling" that we should =
keep on using AACR2 forms on RDA records.=20

We don't insist that we continue using pre-AACR2 forms on established NARs =
in the LC/NACO authority file when creating AACR2 bib records. Instead, we =
revise the pre-AACR2 form in the existing authority record to become AACR2.=
 Why should we not do the same-i.e., use RDA forms, not AACR2 forms-when we=
 move into a new code?

Bob

Robert L. Maxwell
Head, Special Collections and Formats Catalog Dept.
6728 Harold B. Lee Library
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602
(801)422-5568


-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:10 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Fw: Using existing NARs

While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules, I
believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware
that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed test
system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging
units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and
ability.

In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing
through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4
records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information is
correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is
not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an
RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so
we cannot simply "be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need to
accommodate it" as Mr. Randall suggests.

I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow
undermining RDA, or making "hybrid records", as another person suggested.
In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that
are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name
authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I
believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of
primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are followed.

Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
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While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
her
suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the other
hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of RDA
if the set of records aren't fully RDA?

Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
*will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.  (And
I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if
we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end
up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
related bib records can be updated as necessary.

There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to
accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
in
their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other
things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
out RDA.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]
]
On
> Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs
>
> Ms. Kuhagen and others:
>
> I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
names
> in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> international problems in all existing library databases.
>
> If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
would
> accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
or
> not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
> their databases when created by others, increasing authority
discrepancies
> in their catalogs.
>
> For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
entered
> in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
> no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
have
> been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> authorized/undated form.
>
> I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
> is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
locate
> information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
this
> RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
we
> point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
for
> searching and retrieval.
>
> Deborah Tomaras
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]
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I'm not really arguing that we should keep on using AACR2 forms, I'm arguing
that we should keep on using LCNAF forms, and manage the transition of
headings to RDA in the LCNAF. Otherwise, aren't we requiring that new RDA
authorities be created for all the names already established in AACR2
whenever one of those names turns up in RDA cataloging?  In my estimation
that would be a much more burdensome requirement to place on PCC/NACO
institution, and lead to a much more confusing and uncertain environment for
non-PCC/NACO libraries, than it would be to allow the option (not
requirement) of considering established AACR2 name headings compatible with
RDA bib record.

And really, I'm not seeing the heading form as being that determinative in
the future. I'd like to see LCCNs or OCLC ARNs or some kind of identifier as
being the basis for a link to both the AACR2 and the RDA form of a heading.
Managing the headings transition with one set of LCNAF-based identifiers
rather than a more complicated set of linked identifiers tying an AACR2
authority to a parallel RDA authority seems more complicated, and less
forward looking if what we're really hoping for is a managed transition and
not the creation of two parallel cataloging environments.

Stephen

On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 11:58 AM, Robert Maxwell <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> I hardly think saying RDA guidelines and policies have been followed when
> creating access points in RDA bib records constitutes "quibbles about which
> rule sets are followed." RDA is being implemented by the other
> English-speaking nations, I understand, so their records will be in the
> file, and yes, they do contribute to NACO. Should they be required to keep
> using AACR2 headings in their RDA records? It seems very likely that RDA
> will be implemented here in the U.S., though that decision has not been made
> yet. Assuming we do officially implement I hope nobody will be "quibbling"
> that we should keep on using AACR2 forms on RDA records.
>
> We don't insist that we continue using pre-AACR2 forms on established NARs
> in the LC/NACO authority file when creating AACR2 bib records. Instead, we
> revise the pre-AACR2 form in the existing authority record to become AACR2.
> Why should we not do the same-i.e., use RDA forms, not AACR2 forms-when we
> move into a new code?
>
> Bob
>
> Robert L. Maxwell
> Head, Special Collections and Formats Catalog Dept.
> 6728 Harold B. Lee Library
> Brigham Young University
> Provo, UT 84602
> (801)422-5568
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
> On Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:10 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: Re: Fw: Using existing NARs
>
> While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules, I
> believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware
> that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed test
> system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging
> units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and
> ability.
>
> In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing
> through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4
> records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information is
> correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is
> not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an
> RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so
> we cannot simply "be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need to
> accommodate it" as Mr. Randall suggests.
>
> I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow
> undermining RDA, or making "hybrid records", as another person suggested.
> In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that
> are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name
> authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I
> believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of
> primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are followed.
>
> Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]
>
>
>
>  From:       wsiemaszkiewicz/MHT/Nypl
>
>  To:         Deborah Tomaras/MHT/Nypl@NYPL
>
>  Date:       10/29/2010 11:55 AM
>
>  Subject:    Fw: Using existing NARs
>
>
>
>
>
>
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>
> While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
> her
> suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
> for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
> control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the other
> hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of RDA
> if the set of records aren't fully RDA?
>
> Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
> *will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
> that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
> value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
> how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
> others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.  (And
> I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if
> we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
> to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end
> up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
> related bib records can be updated as necessary.
>
> There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
> cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to
> accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
> in
> their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
> time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other
> things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
> out RDA.
>
> Kevin M. Randall
> Principal Serials Cataloger
> Bibliographic Services Dept.
> Northwestern University Library
> 1970 Campus Drive
> Evanston, IL  60208-2300
> email: [log in to unmask]
> phone: (847) 491-2939
> fax:   (847) 491-4345
>
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:
> [log in to unmask]
> ]
> On
> > Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> > Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM
> > To: [log in to unmask]
> > Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs
> >
> > Ms. Kuhagen and others:
> >
> > I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
> names
> > in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> > authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> > international problems in all existing library databases.
> >
> > If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
> would
> > accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> > creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
> or
> > not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
> > their databases when created by others, increasing authority
> discrepancies
> > in their catalogs.
> >
> > For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> > Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
> entered
> > in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
> > no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
> have
> > been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> > leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> > authorized/undated form.
> >
> > I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
> > is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
> locate
> > information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
> this
> > RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
> we
> > point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
> for
> > searching and retrieval.
> >
> > Deborah Tomaras
> > Librarian II
> > Western European Languages Team
> > New York Public Library
> > Library Services Center
> > 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> > Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> > (917) 229-9561
> > [log in to unmask]
>



-- 
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Technical Services, University Libraries
University of Minnesota
160 Wilson Library
309 19th Avenue South
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I&#39;m not really arguing that we should keep on using AACR2 forms, I&#39;=
m arguing that we should keep on using LCNAF forms, and manage the transiti=
on of headings to RDA in the LCNAF. Otherwise, aren&#39;t we requiring that=
 new RDA authorities be created for all the names already established in AA=
CR2 whenever one of those names turns up in RDA cataloging?=A0 In my estima=
tion that would be a much more burdensome requirement to place on PCC/NACO =
institution, and lead to a much more confusing and uncertain environment fo=
r non-PCC/NACO libraries, than it would be to allow the option (not require=
ment) of considering established AACR2 name headings compatible with RDA bi=
b record.<br>
<br>And really, I&#39;m not seeing the heading form as being that determina=
tive in the future. I&#39;d like to see LCCNs or OCLC ARNs or some kind of =
identifier as being the basis for a link to both the AACR2 and the RDA form=
 of a heading. Managing the headings transition with one set of LCNAF-based=
 identifiers rather than a more complicated set of linked identifiers tying=
 an AACR2 authority to a parallel RDA authority seems more complicated, and=
 less forward looking if what we&#39;re really hoping for is a managed tran=
sition and not the creation of two parallel cataloging environments. <br>
<br>Stephen<br><br><div class=3D"gmail_quote">On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 11:58=
 AM, Robert Maxwell <span dir=3D"ltr">&lt;<a href=3D"mailto:robert_maxwell@=
byu.edu">[log in to unmask]</a>&gt;</span> wrote:<br><blockquote class=
=3D"gmail_quote" style=3D"margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; border-left: 1px solid=
 rgb(204, 204, 204); padding-left: 1ex;">
I hardly think saying RDA guidelines and policies have been followed when c=
reating access points in RDA bib records constitutes &quot;quibbles about w=
hich rule sets are followed.&quot; RDA is being implemented by the other En=
glish-speaking nations, I understand, so their records will be in the file,=
 and yes, they do contribute to NACO. Should they be required to keep using=
 AACR2 headings in their RDA records? It seems very likely that RDA will be=
 implemented here in the U.S., though that decision has not been made yet. =
Assuming we do officially implement I hope nobody will be &quot;quibbling&q=
uot; that we should keep on using AACR2 forms on RDA records.<br>

<br>
We don&#39;t insist that we continue using pre-AACR2 forms on established N=
ARs in the LC/NACO authority file when creating AACR2 bib records. Instead,=
 we revise the pre-AACR2 form in the existing authority record to become AA=
CR2. Why should we not do the same-i.e., use RDA forms, not AACR2 forms-whe=
n we move into a new code?<br>

<br>
Bob<br>
<br>
Robert L. Maxwell<br>
Head, Special Collections and Formats Catalog Dept.<br>
6728 Harold B. Lee Library<br>
Brigham Young University<br>
Provo, UT 84602<br>
(801)422-5568<br>
<div class=3D"im"><br>
<br>
-----Original Message-----<br>
From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:<a href=3D"mailto:PCCLIST@=
LISTSERV.LOC.GOV">[log in to unmask]</a>] On Behalf Of Deborah Tomara=
s<br>
</div><div class=3D"im">Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:10 AM<br>
To: <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a=
><br>
</div><div><div></div><div class=3D"h5">Subject: Re: Fw: Using existing NAR=
s<br>
<br>
While I understand Mr. Randall&#39;s desire to test the new cataloging rule=
s, I<br>
believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware<br=
>
that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed test=
<br>
system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging<br>
units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and<b=
r>
ability.<br>
<br>
In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing<br>
through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4<br>
records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information is=
<br>
correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is<b=
r>
not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an<br=
>
RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so<b=
r>
we cannot simply &quot;be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need =
to<br>
accommodate it&quot; as Mr. Randall suggests.<br>
<br>
I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow<br>
undermining RDA, or making &quot;hybrid records&quot;, as another person su=
ggested.<br>
In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that<b=
r>
are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name<br>
authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I<br>
believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of<b=
r>
primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are followed.=
<br>
<br>
Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator<br>
Librarian II<br>
Western European Languages Team<br>
New York Public Library<br>
Library Services Center<br>
31-11 Thomson Ave.<br>
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101<br>
(917) 229-9561<br>
<a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a><br>
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<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
While I understand Deborah Tomaras&#39; concerns, I absolutely disagree wit=
h<br>
her<br>
suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records<b=
r>
for the test. =A0While on the one hand the test does &quot;undermine author=
ity<br>
control&quot;, not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the =
other<br>
hand, completely undermine the test. =A0How are we to test the results of R=
DA<br>
if the set of records aren&#39;t fully RDA?<br>
<br>
Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA<br>
*will* be implemented. =A0It&#39;s not that I think the test is a sham, but=
 just<br>
that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable. =A0Th=
e<br>
value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,<=
br>
how well the new records play with others, what options are better than<br>
others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA. =A0(A=
nd<br>
I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if=
<br>
we don&#39;t make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing<br>
to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end=
<br>
up being greater.) =A0Once we know what&#39;s what, the authority records a=
nd<br>
related bib records can be updated as necessary.<br>
<br>
There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library<br>
cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to=
<br>
accomodate it. =A0That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records=
<br>
in<br>
their own catalogs. =A0This may be an inconvenience for a while. =A0But at =
a<br>
time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other=
<br>
things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test<b=
r>
out RDA.<br>
<br>
Kevin M. Randall<br>
Principal Serials Cataloger<br>
Bibliographic Services Dept.<br>
Northwestern University Library<br>
1970 Campus Drive<br>
Evanston, IL =A060208-2300<br>
email: <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a><br>
phone: (847) 491-2939<br>
fax: =A0 (847) 491-4345<br>
<br>
&gt; -----Original Message-----<br>
&gt; From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:<a href=3D"mailto:PCC=
[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a><br>
]<br>
On<br>
&gt; Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras<br>
&gt; Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM<br>
&gt; To: <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]
OV</a><br>
&gt; Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; Ms. Kuhagen and others:<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; I haven&#39;t seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms =
of<br>
names<br>
&gt; in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2<b=
r>
&gt; authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous<br>
&gt; international problems in all existing library databases.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units<=
br>
would<br>
&gt; accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus=
<br>
&gt; creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, wheth=
er<br>
or<br>
&gt; not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records i=
nto<br>
&gt; their databases when created by others, increasing authority<br>
discrepancies<br>
&gt; in their catalogs.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni=
<br>
&gt; Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead<br=
>
entered<br>
&gt; in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there=
 is<br>
&gt; no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would=
<br>
have<br>
&gt; been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,<b=
r>
&gt; leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the<br>
&gt; authorized/undated form.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging libraria=
ns,<br>
&gt; is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to<br=
>
locate<br>
&gt; information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in=
<br>
this<br>
&gt; RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging&#39;s great strengths,=
 what<br>
we<br>
&gt; point to when asserting that library catalogs are &quot;better than Go=
ogle&quot;<br>
for<br>
&gt; searching and retrieval.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; Deborah Tomaras<br>
&gt; Librarian II<br>
&gt; Western European Languages Team<br>
&gt; New York Public Library<br>
&gt; Library Services Center<br>
&gt; 31-11 Thomson Ave.<br>
&gt; Long Island City, N.Y. 11101<br>
&gt; (917) 229-9561<br>
&gt; <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a><br>
</div></div></blockquote></div><br><br clear=3D"all"><br>-- <br><div>Stephe=
n Hearn, Metadata Strategist</div>
<div>Technical Services, University Libraries</div>
<div>University of Minnesota</div>
<div>160 Wilson Library</div>
<div>309 19th Avenue South</div>
<div>Minneapolis, MN 55455</div>
<div>Ph: 612-625-2328</div>
<div>Fx:=A0612-625-3428</div><br>

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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 14:01:31 -0400
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From:         Deborah Tomaras <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:      Re: Using existing NARs
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While I admittedly don't have the historical experience of Mr. Maxwell (I
was not cataloging when AACR was adopted), I imagine that changes were made
AFTER the system had been adopted, and not during a "testing period", when
its future was in question. I have also read Mr. Hearn's post, suggesting
that compatibility conventions, etc. were in place during the past shift,
and things weren't being done without oversight, or broader knowledge of
the cataloging community of what was being changed (many of us who are not
RDA testers don't fully understand its rules, so don't know the totality of
what is being altered in cataloging practice). Also, 70014s cannot
currently be searched in the authority file, to verify an RDA heading. We
just have to search for the authorized form, and find it that way--which is
time-consuming, and might perhaps result in multiple, different "RDA forms"
of a name appearing on different bibliographic records.

If/when RDA is implemented, THEN the time will come to alter authorities,
if necessary. Although frankly, I don't yet see the value of many of the
proposed authority changes, or how they will make materials more findable
by patrons. I have not seen studies where patrons definitively state a need
for change into specifically RDA ideas of how to make things accessible. If
Antoni Gasiorowski in my original example exists without a birth date in
the 1xx, but with clear identifying information in the 670s, what purpose
does it serve to suddenly insist on constructing his name differently, thus
splitting search recalls?

However, that is neither here nor there. My point throughout this
discussion has been, and remains, that we are doing our patrons and
international catalogers a disservice by willfully ignoring existent
authority records during a TEST PERIOD of an NON-ADOPTED SYSTEM, entering
records that will be largely accepted without oversight by cataloging units
worldwide, and creating authority control problems.

Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 13:06:44 -0500
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I think Kevin Randall is quite correct in his response to Wojciech Siemaszk=
iewicz, but I think that to a lot of catalogers--and perhaps even moreso to=
 librarians who aren't catalogers--Kevin's response doesn't speak to the to=
tality of the situation. For the record, there is still a chance that RDA w=
ill _not_ be adopted, the tenor of the discussion on this list, the RDA lis=
t, and Autocat notwithstanding. Kind of reminds me of the early '60s movie =
in which a group of conspirators decide that the code phrase for their oper=
ation going forward will be "Mets win doubleheader." At the time that would=
 have seemed an impossibility, but in the event, the Mets did win a doubleh=
eader on the designated day. As Chuck Berry might (and did) put it, "Goes t=
o show you never can tell."




Mike Tribby
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The Best of America's Independent Presses

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Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz wrote:

> If this is a foregone conclusion, why bother with a test?

For exactly the reasons I cited:  "The value in the RDA test will be in fin=
ding out how well the guidelines work, how well the new records play with o=
thers, what options are better than others, and just overall what would be =
the best way to implement RDA."

Having a testing methodology, and a discrete set of records (created by peo=
ple trained to participate in the test) to analyze, will likely tell us a
*lot* more than just having an unknown number of catalogers dive into using=
 RDA right away.  ("Unknown" being probably any random number between 3 and
30,000...)  There is a lot we don't know about actually preparing for and u=
sing RDA and its resulting records, and finding out those things will help =
greatly toward some sort of coordinated implementation down the line.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
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I agree with Deborah Tomaras (see below) and would like to emphasize that
the test is conducting in a live environment therefore disrupting accepted
rules and procedures. The RDA test should have been conducted in a closed
enivironment with a slected number of catalogers and libraries. The results
should have been reported to a larger community afterward in order to
review problems, comments, etc. Certainly, the fact that a group of people
and unidentified libraries are bent on proceeding with the RDA is rather
disturbing to me.

Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz

While I admittedly don't have the historical experience of Mr. Maxwell (I
was not cataloging when AACR was adopted), I imagine that changes were made
AFTER the system had been adopted, and not during a "testing period", when
its future was in question. I have also read Mr. Hearn's post, suggesting
that compatibility conventions, etc. were in place during the past shift,
and things weren't being done without oversight, or broader knowledge of
the cataloging community of what was being changed (many of us who are not
RDA testers don't fully understand its rules, so don't know the totality of
what is being altered in cataloging practice). Also, 70014s cannot
currently be searched in the authority file, to verify an RDA heading. We
just have to search for the authorized form, and find it that way--which is
time-consuming, and might perhaps result in multiple, different "RDA forms"
of a name appearing on different bibliographic records.

If/when RDA is implemented, THEN the time will come to alter authorities,
if necessary. Although frankly, I don't yet see the value of many of the
proposed authority changes, or how they will make materials more findable
by patrons. I have not seen studies where patrons definitively state a need
for change into specifically RDA ideas of how to make things accessible. If
Antoni Gasiorowski in my original example exists without a birth date in
the 1xx, but with clear identifying information in the 670s, what purpose
does it serve to suddenly insist on constructing his name differently, thus
splitting search recalls?

However, that is neither here nor there. My point throughout this
discussion has been, and remains, that we are doing our patrons and
international catalogers a disservice by willfully ignoring existent
authority records during a TEST PERIOD of an NON-ADOPTED SYSTEM, entering
records that will be largely accepted without oversight by cataloging units
worldwide, and creating authority control problems.

Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
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Wojciech Siemaszkiewicz wrote:

> If this is a foregone conclusion, why bother with a test?

For exactly the reasons I cited:  "The value in the RDA test will be in
finding out how well the guidelines work, how well the new records play
with
others, what options are better than others, and just overall what would be
the best way to implement RDA."

Having a testing methodology, and a discrete set of records (created by
people trained to participate in the test) to analyze, will likely tell us
a
*lot* more than just having an unknown number of catalogers dive into using
RDA right away.  ("Unknown" being probably any random number between 3 and
30,000...)  There is a lot we don't know about actually preparing for and
using RDA and its resulting records, and finding out those things will help
greatly toward some sort of coordinated implementation down the line.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
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From Robert Maxwell:

"RDA is being implemented by the other English-speaking nations, I understa=
nd"

This has been officially announced?



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Mr. Randall writes:

>In all honesty, I don't see the effect of the RDA records being worse than
>the massive numbers of duplicate and/or nonstandard records being loaded
>into OCLC already.  Isn't it pretty much just more of the same?

The difference is that these RDA records are being put in the catalog as
ELvl blank/I/4 or 042 PCC. In other words, they are seen by many cataloging
units as above reproach, well constructed, completely authority controlled,
etc. Thus they do not fall under librarian oversight, but are being
accepted by many institutions AS IS by less-trained cataloging assistants,
or perhaps by harried, under-funded small library catalogers. Thus the
authority problems created by RDA records are slipping into catalogs, often
without knowledge by the accepting library that it is being done. Whereas a
non-standard record would be given to a librarian to fix, or a duplicate
would be reported to OCLC for deletion. RDA records cannot be reported, and
cannot be fixed, since they are apparently following test practice when
entering these non-authorized name forms.

I don't see the reason behind many of these RDA name form changes, either,
or how they would help the public recall works (which is the point of
cataloging, let us remember). To beat a dead horse, for example, Antoni
Gasiorowski (he of my original example), has information to distinguish him
in his 670s etc. I doubt many library patrons know his birth date. They
just care that he is the one who authored their book, and others perhaps by
him that they'd like to read later. Toward that end, creating a new
exciting RDA form of his name just serves to confuse patrons, and undermine
authority control.

Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
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Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]
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> Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 11:10 AM
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> While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules,
I
> believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware
> that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed
test
> system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging
> units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and
> ability.
>
> In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing
> through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4
> records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information
is
> correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is
> not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an
> RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so
> we cannot simply "be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need to
> accommodate it" as Mr. Randall suggests.
>
> I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow
> undermining RDA, or making "hybrid records", as another person suggested.
> In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that
> are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name
> authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I
> believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of
> primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are
followed.
>
> Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]
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> While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
> her
> suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
> for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
> control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the
other
> hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of
RDA
> if the set of records aren't fully RDA?
>
> Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
> *will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but
just
> that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.
The
> value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines
work,
> how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
> others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.
(And
> I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that
if
> we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
> to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will
end
> up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
> related bib records can be updated as necessary.
>
> There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
> cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need
to
> accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
> in
> their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
> time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and
other
> things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
> out RDA.
>
> Kevin M. Randall
> Principal Serials Cataloger
> Bibliographic Services Dept.
> Northwestern University Library
> 1970 Campus Drive
> Evanston, IL  60208-2300
> email: [log in to unmask]
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> > -----Original Message-----
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> > Ms. Kuhagen and others:
> >
> > I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
> names
> > in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> > authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> > international problems in all existing library databases.
> >
> > If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
> would
> > accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> > creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future,
whether
> or
> > not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records
into
> > their databases when created by others, increasing authority
> discrepancies
> > in their catalogs.
> >
> > For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> > Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
> entered
> > in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there
is
> > no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
> have
> > been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> > leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> > authorized/undated form.
> >
> > I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging
librarians,
> > is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
> locate
> > information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
> this
> > RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
> we
> > point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
> for
> > searching and retrieval.
> >
> > Deborah Tomaras
> > Librarian II
> > Western European Languages Team
> > New York Public Library
> > Library Services Center
> > 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> > Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> > (917) 229-9561
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No, it is not more of the same.  Shared catalogers in many institutions, 
such as mine, do not catalog using non-standard records and try not to use 
duplicates.  So when they find a record that has a level of blank or I, 
they will use it and expect the authority conflict and error detection 
programs to catch any authority problem.  At best that means more manual 
intervention for the individual doing the authority maintenance.  A more 
distressing idea is that of duplicate files for the same person.

If the test is putting materials into an existing database without 
attempts to reconcile the problems that result and if the test is not 
considering the effects of these changes on existing files, then the test 
is not doing everything it should be.

Finally,  why are we talking about implementing something that, regardless 
of its benefits, is so incomplete as RDA?

Laurence S. Creider
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New Mexico State University
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On Fri, 29 Oct 2010, Kevin M. Randall wrote:

> In all honesty, I don't see the effect of the RDA records being worse than
> the massive numbers of duplicate and/or nonstandard records being loaded
> into OCLC already.  Isn't it pretty much just more of the same?
>
> Kevin M. Randall
> Principal Serials Cataloger
> Bibliographic Services Dept.
> Northwestern University Library
> 1970 Campus Drive
> Evanston, IL  60208-2300
> email: [log in to unmask]
> phone: (847) 491-2939
> fax:   (847) 491-4345
>
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Bob,
Actually, we continued using large numbers of pre-AACR2 forms in 
established NARS until 10 years or so after the introduction of AACR2. 
Remember all of those AACR-2 compatible headings?  The context was also 
quite different.  Libraries were still using local card catalogs, and the 
question of integrating headings was largely a mechanical one.  Global 
heading change in an online catalog was a long ways off in 1981.

My problem is with the havoc that full-level or pcc RDA records used by 
shared catalogers will create.  There will be extra work for the 
authorities librarian or split headings that exist for no good reason. 
So, I do think that libraries who are creating RDA records should use 
existing NARS in the "master" record in WorldCat.  They can do what they 
want in their own catalog.  They might also tell us what they are doing 
about the authority problems that result from the combination of RDA and 
AACR2 headings.

If and when RDA is adopted, I would like to trust that there will be 
guidelines for integrating RDA headings into existing files.

Larry

Laurence S. Creider
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On Fri, 29 Oct 2010, Robert Maxwell wrote:

> I hardly think saying RDA guidelines and policies have been followed 
> when creating access points in RDA bib records constitutes "quibbles 
> about which rule sets are followed." RDA is being implemented by the 
> other English-speaking nations, I understand, so their records will be 
> in the file, and yes, they do contribute to NACO. Should they be 
> required to keep using AACR2 headings in their RDA records? It seems 
> very likely that RDA will be implemented here in the U.S., though that 
> decision has not been made yet. Assuming we do officially implement I 
> hope nobody will be "quibbling" that we should keep on using AACR2 forms 
> on RDA records.
>
> We don't insist that we continue using pre-AACR2 forms on established 
> NARs in the LC/NACO authority file when creating AACR2 bib records. 
> Instead, we revise the pre-AACR2 form in the existing authority record 
> to become AACR2. Why should we not do the same-i.e., use RDA forms, not 
> AACR2 forms-when we move into a new code?
>
> Bob
>
> Robert L. Maxwell
> Head, Special Collections and Formats Catalog Dept.
> 6728 Harold B. Lee Library
> Brigham Young University
> Provo, UT 84602
> (801)422-5568
>
>
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Deborah Tomaras wrote:

> The difference is that these RDA records are being put in the catalog as
> ELvl blank/I/4 or 042 PCC. In other words, they are seen by many
cataloging
> units as above reproach, well constructed, completely authority
controlled,
> etc. Thus they do not fall under librarian oversight, but are being
> accepted by many institutions AS IS by less-trained cataloging assistants,
> or perhaps by harried, under-funded small library catalogers. Thus the
> authority problems created by RDA records are slipping into catalogs,
often
> without knowledge by the accepting library that it is being done. Whereas
a
> non-standard record would be given to a librarian to fix, or a duplicate
> would be reported to OCLC for deletion. RDA records cannot be reported,
and
> cannot be fixed, since they are apparently following test practice when
> entering these non-authorized name forms.

These records are also being coded SPECIFICALLY as non-AACR2.  That is,
Leader/18 is blank or "i".  According to the rules being followed, the
records ARE (intended to be) "above reproach, well constructed, completely
authority controlled, etc."  They just aren't following AACR2, they're
following RDA--and emphatically telling us so in 040 $e.  Maybe it's not as
convenient having to look there, but the presence of blank or "i" in
Leader/18 should be somewhat of a clue.  Leader/17 is not, and never has
been, the be-all, end-all of indicating what standards are being used in the
record.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
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Laurence Creider asked:

> Finally,  why are we talking about implementing something that, regardless
> of its benefits, is so incomplete as RDA?

Now THAT'S a good question, and probably something for another thread.  One
possible answer is:  As a result of the test, we'll have more information
about how incomplete RDA is, and thus be able to bring it further to
completion...

Kevin

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>why are we talking about implementing something that, regardless of its be=
nefits, is so incomplete as RDA?

Good question. And why do the interests of the testing of RDA, whether enti=
rely a sham or not, trump absolutely every other priority?




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Is it allowed for dates of birth and death to be recorded in the 046
field, but not in the heading itself?

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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 18:21:34 -0500
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Mike Tribby wrote:

> Good question. And why do the interests of the testing of RDA, whether
> entirely a sham or not, trump absolutely every other priority?

Probably because, for better or worse, RDA has been published; not at the
urging of the cataloging world at large, but at the urging of the publishers
themselves.  It's here, it's apparently already been accepted (if not yet
implemented) in various places around the globe, and I really don't think
it's going to go away.  As I understand it, the North American (U.S. only?)
community is the only place that is in such an uproar.  I think it's really
in our best interest to take the test as seriously as possible and gain as
much from it as we can.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345
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Kevin M. Randall <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> As I understand it, the North American (U.S. only?)
> community is the only place that is in such an uproar. =A0I think it's re=
ally
> in our best interest to take the test as seriously as possible and gain a=
s
> much from it as we can.

According to one presentation I read[1], a number of European
countries are waiting for the results of the U.S. test--and
translations of RDA--before making any kind of move.  Another
presentation has some information on RDA implementation by non-U.S.
Anglo libraries[2].

[1] "RDA in Europe: making it happen : summary of presentations by
European countries on plans for moving to RDA" at
<http://www.slainte.org.uk/eurig/meetings.htm>.

[2] "RDA and plans: Australia, Canada, UK, & US" at the same site.

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Date:         Fri, 29 Oct 2010 22:27:50 -0400
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3 face=3DCalibri>Mr. Randall seems to be gang-ho in support of RDA without =
any deliberations of its practical impact on the cataloging community and i=
ts mission. Just a reminder that was raised earlier about tremendous costs =
of switching to RDA, not to mention increase in time needed to input a bibl=
iographical record according to RDA rules. </FONT></P><P style=3D"MARGIN: 0=
in 0in 10pt" class=3DMsoNormal><FONT size=3D3 face=3DCalibri>The new RDA re=
cords remind me of pre-AACR1 or pre-AACR2 records which contained delimiter=
 &#8220;e&#8221; after names to indicate editors, compilers, etc. All these=
 were painstakingly removed from our bibliographical records in order to br=
ing them in line with AACR2. The same has been done during our recon catalo=
ging when old records were upgraded to meet more recent cataloging developm=
ents. Now, however, the RDA rules take us even further back into the Stone =
Age as it seems to me, where all abbreviation are spelled out and names are=
 populated with numerous delimiters &#8220;e&#8221;. The most ridiculous ru=
le is that we cannot correct typos or misspellings in already created RDA r=
ecords but rather add another 245 field with correct version of the title, =
etc. Any reasonable person would be screaming out &#8220;Stop the madness!&=
#8221;</FONT></P><P style=3D"MARGIN: 0in 0in 10pt" class=3DMsoNormal><FONT =
size=3D3 face=3DCalibri>Any reasonable person, except those who are set dea=
d on accepting the RDA as is under cover of a phony RDA test supported by O=
CLC. Let me repeat &#8220;Stop the madness!&#8221;</FONT></P><P style=3D"MA=
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h Siemaszkiewicz</FONT></P><P style=3D"MARGIN: 0in 0in 10pt" class=3DMsoNor=
mal><SPAN style=3D"LINE-HEIGHT: 115%; FONT-FAMILY: 'Courier New'; FONT-SIZE=
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n Ave.<BR>Long Island City, N.Y. 11101<BR>(917) 229-9603<BR>e-mail: wsiemas=
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r Cooperative Cataloging &lt;[log in to unmask]&gt; wrote: -----<BR><=
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@LISTSERV.LOC.GOV<BR>From: "Kevin M. Randall" &lt;[log in to unmask]&gt;<=
BR>Sent by: Program for Cooperative Cataloging &lt;[log in to unmask]
&gt;<BR>Date: 10/29/2010 07:21PM<BR>Subject: Re: Fw: Using existing NARs<BR=
><BR><FONT size=3D2 face=3D"Default Monospace,Courier New,Courier,monospace=
">Mike Tribby wrote:<BR><BR>&gt; Good question. And why do the interests of=
 the testing of RDA, whether<BR>&gt; entirely a sham or not, trump absolute=
ly every other priority?<BR><BR>Probably because, for better or worse, RDA =
has been published; not at the<BR>urging of the cataloging world at large, =
but at the urging of the publishers<BR>themselves. &nbsp;It's here, it's ap=
parently already been accepted (if not yet<BR>implemented) in various place=
s around the globe, and I really don't think<BR>it's going to go away. &nbs=
p;As I understand it, the North American (U.S. only?)<BR>community is the o=
nly place that is in such an uproar. &nbsp;I think it's really<BR>in our be=
st interest to take the test as seriously as possible and gain as<BR>much f=
rom it as we can.<BR><BR>Kevin M. Randall<BR>Principal Serials Cataloger<BR=
>Bibliographic Services Dept.<BR>Northwestern University Library<BR>1970 Ca=
mpus Drive<BR>Evanston, IL &nbsp;60208-2300<BR>email: [log in to unmask]<=
BR>phone: (847) 491-2939<BR>fax: &nbsp; (847) 491-4345<BR></FONT></BLOCKQUO=
TE><BR></FONT>=
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ri>I would like to wait until Monday when Europeans and catalogers in Asian=
 countries will get back to work and read our discussions taking place on F=
riday. I am interested in their reactions to what the RDA testers are pushi=
ng through OCLC under disguise of the RDA test.</FONT></FONT></DIV><DIV><FO=
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rier New,Courier,monospace">Kevin M. Randall &lt;[log in to unmask]&gt; w=
rote:<BR>&gt; As I understand it, the North American (U.S. only?)<BR>&gt; c=
ommunity is the only place that is in such an uproar. &nbsp;I think it's re=
ally<BR>&gt; in our best interest to take the test as seriously as possible=
 and gain as<BR>&gt; much from it as we can.<BR><BR>According to one presen=
tation I read[1], a number of European<BR>countries are waiting for the res=
ults of the U.S. test--and<BR>translations of RDA--before making any kind o=
f move. &nbsp;Another<BR>presentation has some information on RDA implement=
ation by non-U.S.<BR>Anglo libraries[2].<BR><BR>[1] "RDA in Europe: making =
it happen : summary of presentations by<BR>European countries on plans for =
moving to RDA" at<BR>&lt;<A href=3D"http://www.slainte.org.uk/eurig/meeting=
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te.<BR><BR>-- <BR>Mark K. Ehlert &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; =
&nbsp; &nbsp; Minitex<BR>Coordinator &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nb=
sp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;University of Minnesota<BR>Bibliographic &am=
p; Technical &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;15 Andersen Library<BR>&nbsp; Services (BA=
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All,

It is wonderful to finally see some discussion of all the issues of the RDA=
 test.

 I totally agree with Stephen and really appreciate Deborah Tomaras's point=
s. As a NACO trainer and coordinator I do not feel I was adequately warned =
about all the implications of the RDA test. Since I am not a tester I haven=
't really seen many messages. I have attempted to view many RDA training se=
ssions that have been posted and have read many messages mostly 'anti' RDA =
via the RDA list that I have monitored for years.

 I was around for the implementation of AACR2. I can see some benefits and =
extreme costs to implementing RDA. I do not think the test or testers shoul=
d be contributing authority records to the national  authority file until t=
he decision is reached. I  hope that "madness" can stop  ASAP.

Sincerely,

Mary Charles Lasater
Vanderbilt University Library


From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]] =
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Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 12:53 PM
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I'm not really arguing that we should keep on using AACR2 forms, I'm arguin=
g that we should keep on using LCNAF forms, and manage the transition of he=
adings to RDA in the LCNAF. Otherwise, aren't we requiring that new RDA aut=
horities be created for all the names already established in AACR2 whenever=
 one of those names turns up in RDA cataloging?  In my estimation that woul=
d be a much more burdensome requirement to place on PCC/NACO institution, a=
nd lead to a much more confusing and uncertain environment for non-PCC/NACO=
 libraries, than it would be to allow the option (not requirement) of consi=
dering established AACR2 name headings compatible with RDA bib record.

And really, I'm not seeing the heading form as being that determinative in =
the future. I'd like to see LCCNs or OCLC ARNs or some kind of identifier a=
s being the basis for a link to both the AACR2 and the RDA form of a headin=
g. Managing the headings transition with one set of LCNAF-based identifiers=
 rather than a more complicated set of linked identifiers tying an AACR2 au=
thority to a parallel RDA authority seems more complicated, and less forwar=
d looking if what we're really hoping for is a managed transition and not t=
he creation of two parallel cataloging environments.

Stephen
On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 11:58 AM, Robert Maxwell <[log in to unmask]<ma=
ilto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
I hardly think saying RDA guidelines and policies have been followed when c=
reating access points in RDA bib records constitutes "quibbles about which =
rule sets are followed." RDA is being implemented by the other English-spea=
king nations, I understand, so their records will be in the file, and yes, =
they do contribute to NACO. Should they be required to keep using AACR2 hea=
dings in their RDA records? It seems very likely that RDA will be implement=
ed here in the U.S., though that decision has not been made yet. Assuming w=
e do officially implement I hope nobody will be "quibbling" that we should =
keep on using AACR2 forms on RDA records.

We don't insist that we continue using pre-AACR2 forms on established NARs =
in the LC/NACO authority file when creating AACR2 bib records. Instead, we =
revise the pre-AACR2 form in the existing authority record to become AACR2.=
 Why should we not do the same-i.e., use RDA forms, not AACR2 forms-when we=
 move into a new code?

Bob

Robert L. Maxwell
Head, Special Collections and Formats Catalog Dept.
6728 Harold B. Lee Library
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602
(801)422-5568


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ailto:[log in to unmask]>] On Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
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Subject: Re: Fw: Using existing NARs

While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules, I
believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware
that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed test
system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging
units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and
ability.

In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing
through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4
records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information is
correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is
not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an
RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so
we cannot simply "be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need to
accommodate it" as Mr. Randall suggests.

I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow
undermining RDA, or making "hybrid records", as another person suggested.
In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that
are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name
authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I
believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of
primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are followed.

Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator
Librarian II
Western European Languages Team
New York Public Library
Library Services Center
31-11 Thomson Ave.
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
(917) 229-9561
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While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with
her
suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records
for the test.  While on the one hand the test does "undermine authority
control", not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the other
hand, completely undermine the test.  How are we to test the results of RDA
if the set of records aren't fully RDA?

Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA
*will* be implemented.  It's not that I think the test is a sham, but just
that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable.  The
value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,
how well the new records play with others, what options are better than
others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.  (And
I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if
we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing
to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end
up being greater.)  Once we know what's what, the authority records and
related bib records can be updated as necessary.

There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library
cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to
accomodate it.  That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA records
in
their own catalogs.  This may be an inconvenience for a while.  But at a
time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other
things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test
out RDA.

Kevin M. Randall
Principal Serials Cataloger
Bibliographic Services Dept.
Northwestern University Library
1970 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL  60208-2300
email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
phone: (847) 491-2939
fax:   (847) 491-4345

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]
<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
]
On
> Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras
> Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs
>
> Ms. Kuhagen and others:
>
> I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of
names
> in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2
> authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous
> international problems in all existing library databases.
>
> If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units
would
> accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus
> creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, whether
or
> not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records into
> their databases when created by others, increasing authority
discrepancies
> in their catalogs.
>
> For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni
> Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead
entered
> in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there is
> no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would
have
> been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,
> leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the
> authorized/undated form.
>
> I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging librarians,
> is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to
locate
> information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in
this
> RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, what
we
> point to when asserting that library catalogs are "better than Google"
for
> searching and retrieval.
>
> Deborah Tomaras
> Librarian II
> Western European Languages Team
> New York Public Library
> Library Services Center
> 31-11 Thomson Ave.
> Long Island City, N.Y. 11101
> (917) 229-9561
> [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>



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Technical Services, University Libraries
University of Minnesota
160 Wilson Library
309 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
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<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'>All,<o:p></o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'>It is wonderful to finally see some discussion of all the is=
sues
of the RDA test.<o:p></o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'>&nbsp;I totally agree with Stephen and really appreciate Deb=
orah
Tomaras&#8217;s points. As a NACO trainer and coordinator I do not feel I w=
as
adequately warned about all the implications of the RDA test. Since I am no=
t a
tester I haven&#8217;t really seen many messages. I have attempted to view =
many
RDA training sessions that have been posted and have read many messages mos=
tly &#8216;anti&#8217;
RDA via the RDA list that I have monitored for years.<o:p></o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></span></p>

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0in 0in'>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'>&nbsp;I was around for the implementation of AACR2. I can se=
e some
benefits and extreme costs to implementing RDA. I do not think the test or
testers should be contributing authority records to the national&nbsp;
authority file until the decision is reached. I&nbsp; hope that &#8220;madn=
ess&#8221;
can stop&nbsp; ASAP.<o:p></o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'>Sincerely,<o:p></o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'>Mary Charles Lasater<o:p></o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'>Vanderbilt University Library<o:p></o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><span style=3D'font-size:11.0pt;font-family:"Calibri",=
"sans-serif";
color:#1F497D'><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></span></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal><b><span style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Tahoma=
","sans-serif"'>From:</span></b><span
style=3D'font-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Tahoma","sans-serif"'> Program for
Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:[log in to unmask]] <b>On Behalf Of </=
b>Stephen
Hearn<br>
<b>Sent:</b> Friday, October 29, 2010 12:53 PM<br>
<b>To:</b> [log in to unmask]<br>
<b>Subject:</b> Re: [PCCLIST] Fw: Using existing NARs<o:p></o:p></span></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal><o:p>&nbsp;</o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal style=3D'margin-bottom:12.0pt'>I'm not really arguing =
that we
should keep on using AACR2 forms, I'm arguing that we should keep on using
LCNAF forms, and manage the transition of headings to RDA in the LCNAF.
Otherwise, aren't we requiring that new RDA authorities be created for all =
the
names already established in AACR2 whenever one of those names turns up in =
RDA
cataloging?&nbsp; In my estimation that would be a much more burdensome
requirement to place on PCC/NACO institution, and lead to a much more confu=
sing
and uncertain environment for non-PCC/NACO libraries, than it would be to a=
llow
the option (not requirement) of considering established AACR2 name headings
compatible with RDA bib record.<br>
<br>
And really, I'm not seeing the heading form as being that determinative in =
the
future. I'd like to see LCCNs or OCLC ARNs or some kind of identifier as be=
ing
the basis for a link to both the AACR2 and the RDA form of a heading. Manag=
ing
the headings transition with one set of LCNAF-based identifiers rather than=
 a
more complicated set of linked identifiers tying an AACR2 authority to a
parallel RDA authority seems more complicated, and less forward looking if =
what
we're really hoping for is a managed transition and not the creation of two
parallel cataloging environments. <br>
<br>
Stephen<o:p></o:p></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal>On Fri, Oct 29, 2010 at 11:58 AM, Robert Maxwell &lt;<=
a
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a>&gt; wrote=
:<o:p></o:p></p>

<p class=3DMsoNormal>I hardly think saying RDA guidelines and policies have=
 been
followed when creating access points in RDA bib records constitutes &quot;q=
uibbles
about which rule sets are followed.&quot; RDA is being implemented by the o=
ther
English-speaking nations, I understand, so their records will be in the fil=
e,
and yes, they do contribute to NACO. Should they be required to keep using
AACR2 headings in their RDA records? It seems very likely that RDA will be
implemented here in the U.S., though that decision has not been made yet.
Assuming we do officially implement I hope nobody will be &quot;quibbling&q=
uot;
that we should keep on using AACR2 forms on RDA records.<br>
<br>
We don't insist that we continue using pre-AACR2 forms on established NARs =
in
the LC/NACO authority file when creating AACR2 bib records. Instead, we rev=
ise
the pre-AACR2 form in the existing authority record to become AACR2. Why sh=
ould
we not do the same-i.e., use RDA forms, not AACR2 forms-when we move into a=
 new
code?<br>
<br>
Bob<br>
<br>
Robert L. Maxwell<br>
Head, Special Collections and Formats Catalog Dept.<br>
6728 Harold B. Lee Library<br>
Brigham Young University<br>
Provo, UT 84602<br>
(801)422-5568<o:p></o:p></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal><br>
<br>
-----Original Message-----<br>
From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:<a
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a>] On B=
ehalf
Of Deborah Tomaras<o:p></o:p></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal>Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 10:10 AM<br>
To: <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a=
><o:p></o:p></p>

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<p class=3DMsoNormal>Subject: Re: Fw: Using existing NARs<br>
<br>
While I understand Mr. Randall's desire to test the new cataloging rules, I=
<br>
believe that he, and the others involved in RDA testing, should be aware<br=
>
that their records are being used in a live database, and not a closed test=
<br>
system. That being the case, they are being used by library cataloging<br>
units populated by staffs with varying levels of cataloging knowledge and<b=
r>
ability.<br>
<br>
In our library, for example, because of the volume of books passing<br>
through, there is a copy cataloging unit that processes ELvl blank/I/4<br>
records without checking or altering them, assuming that all information is=
<br>
correct. They would not be able to tell that a name has been used that is<b=
r>
not authorized. Even librarians in our organization, since we are not an<br=
>
RDA test site, are not aware of all differences between RDA and AACR2, so<b=
r>
we cannot simply &quot;be aware of [RDA] and take whatever steps [we] need =
to<br>
accommodate it&quot; as Mr. Randall suggests.<br>
<br>
I do not believe that using existing name authorities is somehow<br>
undermining RDA, or making &quot;hybrid records&quot;, as another person
suggested.<br>
In AACR2 we frequently use name forms that are in the authority file that<b=
r>
are not as we would have created. But we respect the integrity of name<br>
authorities, and their vital importance in library recall. Recall is, I<br>
believe, the point of cataloging, and what should always be considered of<b=
r>
primary importance, instead of quibbles about which rule sets are followed.=
<br>
<br>
Deborah Tomaras, NACO Coordinator<br>
Librarian II<br>
Western European Languages Team<br>
New York Public Library<br>
Library Services Center<br>
31-11 Thomson Ave.<br>
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101<br>
(917) 229-9561<br>
<a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a><br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
&nbsp;From: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; wsiemaszkiewicz/MHT/Nypl<br>
<br>
&nbsp;To: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Deborah Tomaras/MHT/Nypl@NYPL<br>
<br>
&nbsp;Date: &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 10/29/2010 11:55 AM<br>
<br>
&nbsp;Subject: &nbsp; &nbsp;Fw: Using existing NARs<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
----- Forwarded by wsiemaszkiewicz/MHT/Nypl on 10/29/2010 11:54 AM -----<br=
>
<br>
<br>
<br>
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Re: Using existing NARs<br>
<br>
<br>
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Kevin M. Randall<br>
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp=
;
&nbsp; to:<br>
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp=
;
&nbsp; &nbsp; PCCLIST<br>
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;
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&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; AM<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Sent by:<br>
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Program for Cooperative
Cataloging &lt;<a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">PCCLIST@LISTSERV=
.LOC.GOV</a>&gt;<br>
&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;Please respond to Program for Cooperative Catalo=
ging<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
<br>
While I understand Deborah Tomaras' concerns, I absolutely disagree with<br=
>
her<br>
suggestions to use already-established AACR2 forms of name in RDA records<b=
r>
for the test. &nbsp;While on the one hand the test does &quot;undermine
authority<br>
control&quot;, not to use RDA forms of name in an RDA record would, on the
other<br>
hand, completely undermine the test. &nbsp;How are we to test the results o=
f
RDA<br>
if the set of records aren't fully RDA?<br>
<br>
Personally, I feel that the likely outcome next spring will be that RDA<br>
*will* be implemented. &nbsp;It's not that I think the test is a sham, but =
just<br>
that all of the factors involved will make it pretty much inevitable. &nbsp=
;The<br>
value in the RDA test will be in finding out how well the guidelines work,<=
br>
how well the new records play with others, what options are better than<br>
others, and just overall what would be the best way to implement RDA.
&nbsp;(And<br>
I fear that implementation will be horribly costly, but I also fear that if=
<br>
we don't make an effort toward the future that RDA is pointing<br>
to--especially the RDA Vocabularies and linked data--then the cost will end=
<br>
up being greater.) &nbsp;Once we know what's what, the authority records an=
d<br>
related bib records can be updated as necessary.<br>
<br>
There has been a lot of publicity about the RDA test, so most library<br>
cataloging units should be aware of it and take whatever steps they need to=
<br>
accomodate it. &nbsp;That includes making adjustments as needed to RDA reco=
rds<br>
in<br>
their own catalogs. &nbsp;This may be an inconvenience for a while. &nbsp;B=
ut
at a<br>
time when some people are decrying the lack of research into FRBR and other=
<br>
things, it would be a shame not to take this opportunity to honestly test<b=
r>
out RDA.<br>
<br>
Kevin M. Randall<br>
Principal Serials Cataloger<br>
Bibliographic Services Dept.<br>
Northwestern University Library<br>
1970 Campus Drive<br>
Evanston, IL &nbsp;60208-2300<br>
email: <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a><br>
phone: (847) 491-2939<br>
fax: &nbsp; (847) 491-4345<br>
<br>
&gt; -----Original Message-----<br>
&gt; From: Program for Cooperative Cataloging [mailto:<a
href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a><br>
]<br>
On<br>
&gt; Behalf Of Deborah Tomaras<br>
&gt; Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 8:58 AM<br>
&gt; To: <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]
OV</a><br>
&gt; Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] Using existing NARs<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; Ms. Kuhagen and others:<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; I haven't seen any discussion about the wisdom of using RDA forms of<b=
r>
names<br>
&gt; in bibliographic records, when there is an already established AACR2<b=
r>
&gt; authority record. It seems to me that this would cause tremendous<br>
&gt; international problems in all existing library databases.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; If a record is coded PCC or has ELvl blank/4/I, copy cataloging units<=
br>
would<br>
&gt; accept this record as is, assuming all authority work to be done, thus=
<br>
&gt; creating errors in the catalog. And all libraries in the future, wheth=
er<br>
or<br>
&gt; not they personally create RDA records, would likely use RDA records i=
nto<br>
&gt; their databases when created by others, increasing authority<br>
discrepancies<br>
&gt; in their catalogs.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; For example, in OCLC #670738890 (coded ELvl blank and 042 PCC), Antoni=
<br>
&gt; Gasiorowski, who has an authority record without a date, is instead<br=
>
entered<br>
&gt; in an unauthorized form with a date, and left uncontrolled as if there=
 is<br>
&gt; no heading already existing in the authority file. Locally, this would=
<br>
have<br>
&gt; been accepted by our copy cataloging unit without checking headings,<b=
r>
&gt; leading to a conflict with our already existing records with the<br>
&gt; authorized/undated form.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; I have always assumed that our primary mission, as cataloging libraria=
ns,<br>
&gt; is to create a coherent, efficient and correct catalog for users to<br=
>
locate<br>
&gt; information in. If we undermine authority control, as is being done in=
<br>
this<br>
&gt; RDA test, we are compromising one of cataloging's great strengths, wha=
t<br>
we<br>
&gt; point to when asserting that library catalogs are &quot;better than
Google&quot;<br>
for<br>
&gt; searching and retrieval.<br>
&gt;<br>
&gt; Deborah Tomaras<br>
&gt; Librarian II<br>
&gt; Western European Languages Team<br>
&gt; New York Public Library<br>
&gt; Library Services Center<br>
&gt; 31-11 Thomson Ave.<br>
&gt; Long Island City, N.Y. 11101<br>
&gt; (917) 229-9561<br>
&gt; <a href=3D"mailto:[log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]</a><o:p></o:p><=
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<[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I am interested in their reactions to what the RDA testers are
> pushing through OCLC under disguise of the RDA test.

"Disguise"?

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