Information in the resource may be recorded without being transcribed,
for example date of publication (, copyright date, extent. There
are at least three categories:
some information may also be transliterated, so that may be a fourth

From: Bibliographic Framework Transition Initiative Forum
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Karen Coyle
Sent: 05 July 2013 15:44
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Subject: Re: [BIBFRAME] supplied information, in transcribed elements

Francis, et al,

I've been wondering if we shouldn't reverse the markup, and indicate
which elements are precisely transcribed. In effect, everything else is


On 7/3/13 9:36 AM, Lapka, Francis wrote:

	RDA 2.2.4, Other Sources of Information, notes:


	When instructions specify transcription, indicate that the
information is supplied from a source outside the resource itself:

	<!--[if !supportLists]-->*         <!--[endif]-->By means of a
note (see 2.20)

	<!--[if !supportLists]-->*         <!--[endif]-->Or by some
other means (e.g., through coding or the use of square brackets).


	If encoding RDA in MARC, square brackets appear to be the only
option for "some other means."  In the development of BIBFRAME, are
there plans to enable an encoding to indicate that information has been


	MODS has already developed this attribute. See, for example, the
titleInfo element, for which the "supplied" attribute is defined as



	An indication that the title information did not come from the
resource itself.


	This attribute is used as supplied="yes" when the title
information has been supplied from an external source, not from the



	MODS also defines the "supplied" attribute for originInfo/place,
originInfo/publisher, originInfo/edition, and



	Something equivalent in BIBFRAME might be useful for encoding
any RDA transcribed element (as listed in RDA 2.2.4).










	Francis Lapka, Catalog Librarian

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