ETL 505 Assignment 1 Part B – RDA Toolkit

Instructions:

Use the RDA toolkit for descriptive cataloguing.

Using the RDA Toolkit create correct entries (access points and description) for three items. Use the format given in the Cataloguing Workbook in the Using RDA section of Module 3 (showing RDA Reference, RDA Element and Data Recorded). You should include all RDA elements for which information has been provided. Give the access points provided for by RDA, in their preferred form; also indicate the primary access point.

Please note that the people and organisations cited are fictional, so their names won’t appear in any authority file. You can assume the names are not shared by other people or organisations. Use only the information provided.

Item (1) Printed book

Title page:

from market to home: making the most of fresh organic produce

Mary Rose Moskin

photography by Taylor Severson

drawings by Judith Maas

RYCROFT SIFTON & TRENT

LONDON      NEW YORK

Verso of title page:

First published in the United Kingdom in 2012

by Rycroft Sifton & Trent

18–19 Smallway

London, England WC1R 4BW

Text © Mary Rose Moskin 2012

Design and illustrations

© Rycroft Sifton & Trent 2012

ISBN 978 1 36378 724 1

Other relevant information:

  • contains coloured photographs and black and white drawings
  • pages numbered 6 to 160
  • 5 cm high and 22.2 cm wide
  • in the series Rycroft recipes
  • includes index on page 160

Justification for primary access point chosen: 

6.27.1.2 Works Created by One Person, Family, or Corporate Body

If one person, family, or corporate body is responsible for creating the work construct the authorized access point representing the work by combining (in this order):

  1. a) the authorized access point representing that person family, or corporate body as applicable
  2. b) the preferred title for the work
Taken from discussion forum – Leonie Bourke FULL STAFF ACCESS MANAGER
RE: primary access pointsvs authorised access points – I think the primary access point is explained in your learning module. The main purpose is to facilitate shelf arrangement, so that for example the works of a particular author will shelve together.
RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED
*2.3.2 Title Proper From Market to Home
2.3.4 Other Title Information Making the most of fresh organic produce
*2.4.2 Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Mary Rose Moskin
2.4.2 Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Design and illustrations by Rycroft Sifton and Trent
2.8.2 Place of Publication United Kingdom
2.8.4 Publisher’s name Rycroft Sifton and Trent
2.8.6 Date of publication 2012
2.11 Copyright date ©2012
2.15 Identifier for the manifestation ISBN 978 1 36378 724 1
6.9 Content type Text
3.4 Extent 160 pages
3.5 Dimensions 26.5 x 22.2cm
7.16 Supplementary content Includes index on page 160
7.15 Illustrative Content Photographs
7.17 Colour Content Colour
7.15 Illustrative Content Drawings
7.17 Colour Content Black and white
19.2 Creator Moskin, Mary Rose
18.5 Relationship designator Author
*20.2 Contributor Severson, Taylor
18.5 Relationship designator Photographer
*20.2 Contributor Maas, Judith
18.5 Relationship designator Illustrator
25.1 Related work Rycroft recipes
J2.4 Relationship designator In series (work)

Item (2) Streaming video

Title frame:

ROME: POWER AND CORRUPTION

EPISODE II: A CITY ON THE BRINK

Credits:

Presented by Ramona Wolf

Producer Rosso Bernardi

Music composed by Gian Bruni

Series director Richard Hart

A 360TV Ltd production for the National History Channel

© 360TV Ltd 2014

Supplier’s description:

A City on the Brink – Rome: Power and corruption

Description: The Romans have subjugated their nearest neighbours and are now determined to protect their powerful city state – but will Rome survive a prolonged and ferocious attack by the Gauls?

Rating PG

Duration (mins) 43:33

Other relevant information:

The video is in colour. It includes narration, interviews and background music. Some of the dialogue is in Italian, with English subtitles.

Justification for primary access point chosen: 

6.27.1.3 Moving image works. For motion pictures, videos, video games, etc., construct the authorized access point representing the work by using the preferred title for the work (see 6.2.2).

I would argue these two would be the primary access point due to the fact that it’s the title of the series, and therefore anyone following the series would search for this primarily to find the other episodes – including this one.

RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED
*2.3.2 Title Proper Rome: Power and Corruption
*2.3.4 Other Title Information Episode II A City on the Brink
2.12.2 Title Proper of Series A City on the Brink
2.4.2 Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Producer Rosso Bernardi
2.4.2 Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Series director Richard Hart
2.8.2 Place of Publication Place of publication not identified
2.8.4 Publisher’s Name A 360TV Ltd production for the National History Channel
2.11 Copyright Date © 2014
3.2 Media Type Computer
6.2.2 Preferred Title for the Work Episode II
6.9 Content Type Two-dimensional moving image
7.7 Intended Audience PG
7.10 Summarising the content The Romans have subjugated their nearest neighbours and are now determined to protect their powerful city state – but will Rome survive a prolonged and ferocious attack by the Gauls?
7.12 Language of the content English. Some of the dialogue is in Italian, with English subtitles.
7.14 Accessibility content English subtitles
7.16 Supplementary Content Includes narration, interviews and background music
7.17 Colour Content Colour
7.18 Sound Content Sound
7.22.1.3 Duration 43:33 minutes
7.23 Performer, narrator, presenter Presented by Ramona Wolf
7.23 Performer, narrator, presenter Music by Gian Bruni
19.3.1 Other person, family, or corporate body associated with a work Bernardi, Rosso
18.5, I.2 Relationship designator Producer
19.3.1 Other person, family, or corporate body associated with a work Hart, Richard
18.5, I.2 Relationship designator Director
20.2 Contributor Wolf, Ramona
18.5, I.3 Relationship designator Presenter
*25.1 Related work A City on the Brink
J.2.4 Relationship designator In series (Work)

 

Item (3) eBook

Title page:

BARINGHUP PARK

the story of an historic home and garden in Victoria’s goldfields

ELIZABETH ELPHINSTONE

with contributions by Henry Chan, Joel Gates, Albert Muckleford and Harlow Reid

TESSELLATED PRESS

Copyright page:

Published in Australia by Tessellated Press

62 Regent Street

Somerton Park SA 5044

Australia

Tessellated Press is an imprint of Tessellated Resources Pty Ltd

ISBN 9781734290654 (eBook edition)

Copyright Goldfields Local History Society 2013

First eBook edition 2013

Table of contents:

Part 1: The colonial era

Part 2: Challenging times

Part 3: Post war prosperity

Part 4: Back to the future

Other relevant information:

  • In the series Australia’s historic homes and gardens
  • Includes endnotes, select bibliography and an index
  • Available in PDF and EPUB formats
  • Contains black and white photographs, portraits, maps and plans
  • The PDF has ten preliminary pages numbered from VII to X (the first six pages are unnumbered), followed by the main sequence of pages numbered from 1 to 350.

Justification for primary access point chosen: 

6.27.1.4 Compilations of Works by Different Persons, Families, or Corporate Bodies

  • If the work is a compilation of works by different persons, families, or corporate bodies, construct the authorized access point representing the work by using the preferred title for the compilation (see 2.2).
RDA REF RDA ELEMENT DATA RECORDED
*2.3.2 Title Proper Baringhup Park
2.3.4 Other Title Information The story of an historic home and garden in Victoria’s goldfields
2.4.2 Statement of responsibility relating to title proper Elizabeth Elphinstone
2.4.2 Statement of responsibility relating to title proper with contributions by Henry Chan, Joel Gates, Albert Muckleford and Harlow Reid
2.5.2 Designation of Edition First eBook edition 2013
2.8.2 Place of Publication Australia
2.8.4 Publisher’s Name Tessellated Press
2.8.6 Date of Publication 2013
2.11 Copyright Date Copyright Goldfields Local History Society ©2013
2.15 Identifier for the Manifestation ISBN 9781734290654 (eBook edition)
2.17 Note on Manifestation Tessellated Press is an imprint of Tessellated Resources Pty Ltd
3.2 Media Type Computer
3.3 Carrier Type Online resource
3.4 Extent 1 online resource, 6 unnumbered pages, VII to X, 350 pages
6.9 Content Type Text
7.16 Supplementary Content Includes endnotes, select bibliography and an index
7.16 Supplementary Content Part 1: The colonial eraPart 2: Challenging timesPart 3: Post war prosperityPart 4: Back to the future
7.15 Illustrative Content Photographs, portraits, maps and plans
7.17 Colour Content Black and white
19.2 Creator Elphinstone, Elizabeth
18.5 Relationship designator Author
20.2 Contributor Chan, Henry
18.5 Relationship designator Author
20.2 Contributor Gates, Joel
18.5 Relationship designator Author
20.2 Contributor Muckleford, Albert
18.5 Relationship designator Author
20.2 Contributor Reid, Harlow
18.5 Relationship designator Author
19.3 Other person, family or corporate body associated with a work Goldfields Local History Society
25.1 Related work Australia’s historic homes and gardens
J2.4 Relationship designator In series (work)

 

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