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

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)

RSC Paper on RDA Conformance

Gordon Dunsire,
RSC Technical Team Liaison Officer
May 12, 2020

The RSC is soliciting feedback on the following paper that will be discussed at the July asynchronous meeting: RDA conformance.

This informative paper explains what is RDA-conformant metadata, “presents a draft expansion of RDA Toolkit guidance to accommodate the topic,” and asks three questions:

“Question 1: Should the RSC offer conformance certification in addition to the passive guidance included in the Toolkit?

Question 2: Should the Toolkit include content for assessing conformance for specific application communities? Content might include examples, alignments and mappings for parsing metadata statements, and decision trees.

Question 3: Should the RSC offer additional technical guidance and support for conformance, interoperability, and mappings between RDA metadata and non-RDA applications?”

Non-Human Personages and New RDA Considerations for the LC/NACO Authority File

June 24, 2019

Non-Human Personages and New RDA Considerations for the LC/NACO Authority File

Kate James
Cataloging Policy Specialist
Policy, Training, and Cooperative Programs Division
Library of Congress

Report from the Task Force to Investigate Definitions of and Instructions for Accompanying Material in RDA

CC:DA/TF/Accompanying Material/2
June, 2 2016

Task Force to Investigate Definitions of and Instructions for
Accompanying Material in RDA

Report from the Task Force to Investigate Definitions of and Instructions for Accompanying Material in RDA

Submitted by: Elyssa Gould, Chair.

Larger view of Appendix-1-Chart:

CC:DA/TF/Accompanying Material/2 June, 2 2016 Report from the Task Force to Investigate Definitions of and Instructions for Accompanying Material in RDA Submitted by: Elyssa Gould, Chair, Task Force to Investigate Definitions of and Instructions for Accompanying Material in RDA

CC:DA Task Force to Investigate the Instructions for Recording Relationships in RDA

June 10, 2012

CC:DA Task Force to Investigate the Instructions for Recording Relationships in RDA

Formed: June 10, 2012
New members added: Feb. 2014
Chair: Putnam

Charge

The Task Force to Investigate the instructions for recording relationships in RDA is to consider the structure of elements for relationships and the instructions for recording relationships. It is then to draft instructions for recording structured descriptions of relationships, such as contents notes and accompanying material statements, taking into account the issues raised in the JSC Representative’s discussion paper on this topic (CC:DA/JSC Rep/JCA/2011/5: Descriptions of relationships (b)).

The task force should submit an interim report at Midwinter 2013 and a final report at Annual 2013.

Status: revised timeline: discussion paper(s) by Midwinter 2015
Submitted: discussion paper (Midwinter 2013); report (Annual 2013); oral report (Annual 2014); discussion papers on structured descriptions and accompanying material (Midwinter 2015)

Report

Task Force on recording relationships: Discussion paper, which includes both the interim report and an appendix with a straw man proposal by John Attig.

TF on Instructions for Recording Relationships: Final Report (May 2013)

Instructions for Recording Relationships: Discussion Paper (July 2013)

Discussion Paper: Instructions for Recording Structured Descriptions of Related Manifestations (December 2014)

Discussion Paper: Instructions for Describing Accompanying Material in RDA (December 2014)

Revision to 3.1.4, Resources Consisting of More than One Carrier Type (June 2015); Revision (July 2015)

Additional instructions in Chapter 27 for Structured Descriptions of the “Contained in” and “Container of” Relationships (June 2015); Revision (July 2015)
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