Task Force on Machine-Actionable Data Elements in RDA Chapter 3 (2011)

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Task Force on Machine-Actionable Data Elements in RDA Chapter 3

Formed: March 14, 2011
Reconstituted: March 5, 2013
Chair: Lapka/Hillmann (originally Rolla, then Lapka)
Charge: interim report at Annual 2011, final report at Midwinter 2012
Charge after reconstitution: draft proposal and status update at Annual 2013, interim report at Midwinter 2014, draft discussion paper at Annual 2014; revised timeline: report at Midwinter 2015, proposal at Annual 2015
Submitted: oral report (Annual 2011); oral report (Midwinter 2012); discussion paper (Annual 2012); interim report (Annual 2013); oral report (Midwinter 2014); oral report (Annual 2014); strawman proposal (Midwinter 2015)

CC:DA Task Force on the “Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables”

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CC:DA/TF/Romanization Tables/Guidelines/
May 20, 2020

CC:DA Task Force on the “Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables”

The Task Force is charged with:

  1. Preparing a review of this draft document along with the existing guidelines in collaboration with the Committee on Cataloging: Asian and African Materials (CC:AAM)
  2. Proposing CC:DA and CC:AAM’s role in the process
  3. The task forces should present a joint report to CC:DA and CC:AAM by June 12, 2020 as a foundation for the reply to LC

Feedback: Revised Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables (December 6, 2020)

Draft Report: CCDA Task Force to review the Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables (June 12, 2020)

Request for Review Board: Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables (January 25, 2020)

Roster:

Peter Fletcher, Chair (pfletcher@library.ucla.edu)

Kieko Suzuku (suzukik@newschool.edu)

Robert Maxwell (robert_maxwell@byu.edu)

Lori Lynn Dekydtspotter (lodekydt@indiana.edu)

Tatyana Chubaryan (tchubar@library.tamu.edu)

Jia Xu (jia.xu@yale.edu)

Renee Bu (rbu@aclibrary.org)

Jian Lee (jlee37@uw.edu)

CC:DA 3R Project Task Force Proposal to add the elements “curator agent of work” and “curator agent of work of” to RDA

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CC:DA/3R Task Force-ARLIS/NA/2020/1
June 30, 2020

Proposal to add the elements “curator agent of work” and “curator agent of work of” to RDA

Submitted by Andrea Puccio, Chair, Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) &

Robert Maxwell, Chair, CC:DA 3R Project Task Force

Related documentation: Fast track proposal regarding the relationship designator curator

Abstract: Add the element sets “curator agent of work” and “curator agent of work of” as narrower elements to “related work of agent” and “related agent of work” to describe curators who play a role at the work level. 

Draft Report: CC:DA Task Force to review the Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables

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CC:DA/TF/Romanization Tables/Guidelines/Draft
June 12, 2020

Draft Report: CC:DA Task Force to review the Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables

Submitted by Peter Fletcher, Chair

Procedures. Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access

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June 1, 2012

Procedures. Committee on Cataloging: Description and Access

Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (A division of the American Library Association)
Cataloging and Metadata Management Section.

Procedures. Committee on Cataloging:Description and Access

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CC:DA/Pro/14/2012 June 1
June 1, 2012

Procedures. Committee on Cataloging:Description and Access

Association for Library Collections and Technical Services (A division of the American Library Association) Cataloging and Metadata Management Section.

Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables (LC)

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January 25, 2020

Request for Review Board: Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables

Sponsored by The Policy, Training, and Cooperative Programs Division at the Library of Congress and the American Library Association (ALA).


May 20, 2020

CC:DA Task Force on the “Proposal on Changing Procedural Guidelines for Proposed New or Revised Romanization Tables” (CC:DA/TF/Romanization Tables/Guidelines) 

Providing Greater Flexibility in Creating Variant Access Points (RDA Chapters 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11)

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RSC/ALA/3
1 August 2016

Providing Greater Flexibility in Creating Variant Access Points (RDA Chapters 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, and 11)

Abstract:
In Chapters 5-6, change the basis for variant access points for works and expressions from a “variant title for the work” to “a title of the work”. In Chapters 8-11, change the basis for variant access points for persons, families and corporate bodies from “a variant name for the [person/family/corporate body]” to “a name of the [person/family/corporate body]”. Update related references and instruction names in the text.

Submitted: Kathy Glennan, ALA Representative

Responses:

Renate Behrens, Europe Region Representative
Dave Reser, Library of Congress (LC) Representative
Ebe Kartus, Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Representative
Bill Leonard, Canadian Committee on Cataloguing Representative (CCC) Representative

Expanding RDA 6.29.1.3, Laws Governing More Than One Jurisdiction

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RSC/ALA/2
21 July 2016

Expanding RDA 6.29.1.3, Laws Governing More Than One Jurisdiction

Abstract:
Add instructions to RDA 6.29.1.3, Laws Governing More Than One Jurisdiction, to address creating an authorized access point for a single law that governs multiple jurisdictions. Allow for naming the work by the enacting jurisdiction when known, and by title when the enacting jurisdiction is unknown or uncertain. Add examples to support the new paragraphs.

Submitted by: Kathy Glennan, ALA Representative

Responses:

Renate Behrens, Europe Region Representative
Dave Reser, Library of Congress (LC) Representative
Ebe Kartus, Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Representative
Bill Leonard, Canadian Committee on Cataloguing Representative (CCC) Representative

 

Adding Controlled Vocabulary to RDA 3.19.6, Regional Encoding, and to the Glossary

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RSC/ALA/1
29 July 2016

Adding Controlled Vocabulary to RDA 3.19.6, Regional Encoding, and to the Glossary

Abstract:
Expand the scope of RDA 3.19.6, Regional Encoding, to include all types of digital files. Add a controlled vocabulary for standardized regional codes to 3.19.6.3, the Glossary, and the RDA Registry. Create 3.19.6.4, Details of Regional Encoding, to accommodate any additional information about regional encoding.

Submitted by: Kathy Glennan, ALA Representative

Responses:

Renate Behrens, Europe Region Representative
Dave Reser, Library of Congress (LC) Representative
Ebe Kartus, Australian Committee on Cataloguing (ACOC) Representative
Bill Leonard, Canadian Committee on Cataloguing Representative (CCC) Representative