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Welcome to the Wiki of RDA & CJK Materials 

 

This wiki was intended to assist our trainers in communicating and designing the contents of RDA & CJK Materials Workshop on 3/13/12.  After the workshop, we've received many requests to access this wiki.  We'll keep some information of this wiki up-to-date such as category I-VII, and hopefully this wiki could be an effective training tool for CJK community in the long run.  

 

I. What's new?

 

II. Q & A: both general and CJK-specific questions

 

III. RDA rules, training/presentation slides and webinars

 

IV. CEAL RDA/Cataloging Workshop

 

V. CJK NACO Project Working Space | Non-Latin Reference Project

 

VI. CJK CONSER Funnel Project

 

VII. CJK SACO Funnel Project (to implement)

 

VII. CJK Examples & Best Practices (updated 02/14/2018)

 

VIII. Examples: CJK bibliographic records by format/media type with OCLC#/LCCN & authority records with LCCN   (updated 2012-2014)

  • Cf. Statistics
    number of RDA bibliographic records in LC OPAC, in descending order by quantity
  as of Mar. 11, 2012
as of Mar. 25, 2012
as of Mar. 28, 2012
as of Apr. 1, 2012 as of Apr. 7, 2012 as of Apr. 22, 2012 as of May 2, 2012 as of May 9, 2012 as of May 20, 2012 as of June 3, 2012 as of June 17, 2012 as of July 15, 2012 as of Aug. 5, 2012 as of Aug. 19, 2012 as of Sept. 9, 2012 as of Sept. 23, 2012 as of Oct. 5, 2012 as of Oct. 14, 2012 as of Oct. 28, 2012 as of Nov. 20, 2012 as of Dec. 2, 2012 as of Dec. 16, 2012 as of Dec. 28, 2012 as of Feb. 9, 2013 as of Mar. 10, 2013 as of Mar. 29, 2013 as of Aug. 8, 2013 as of Oct. 18, 2013  
Korean
411
438
452
453 467 495 524 546 568 610 647 740 803 839 921 974 1,051 1,081 1,183 1,367 1,445 1,562 1,659 2,496 2,934 3,427 5,406 5,309 Korean
Chinese
258
269
272
273
278 286 291 299 304 321 330 344 350 359 366 387 403 412 442 498 534 656 726 1,192 1,657 2,050 4,440 4,975 Chinese
Japanese
4
6
9
12
17 25 35 52 77 98 103 158 239 283 355 425 486 514 566 659 705 752 784 1,051 1,383 1,549 2,677 2,875 Japanese
Tibetan 2 2
2
2
2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 13 13 13 13 14 16 17 191 187 Tibetan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IX. LCRI vs. LCPS

 


Comments (4)

Sarah S. Elman said

at 3:16 pm on Feb 12, 2012

General comment for Session two, Part three: Authority records -- This section contains some complex heading structures. For the convenience of trainees, perhaps it would be a good idea to include MARC tagging in the examples? / Sarah

sdeng@ucsd.edu said

at 9:32 pm on Feb 16, 2012

Dear Charlene, you have two files: one in Session four, and another in Session four/part three. You both mentioned CJK specific issues. But for Korean and Japanese, only examples. So I wonder about the organization of this session: to give examples first then summary the issue, or group examples with related issues, not separate examples by CJK languages. You may have plan. I am just wondering.

I definitely agree with Jai-Hsya to swap the session three and four, coming along in logic way. We need to count slides for each session and estimate the time after the first round revision and do the final schedule adjustment. What do you think?

Thank you all so very much, this comes along together very beautifully! I am very grateful for Charlene's great leadership, for your willingness and effort to such a big project and working so well together! --Shi

Charlene Chou said

at 10:37 pm on Feb 16, 2012

Dear Shi,
I've removed the link of session four which is a sample file for Jai-Hsya and Erminia to see earlier, so we could create the slides in the same format. If you see the session 4, part 3, I've created some discussion points for certain formats or examples. That's my original intent to conclude session 4. In this way, audience can digest the information of session 2 and see the actual examples in session 4, so we could have a good discussion with a solid foundation of rules and examples at the end.
/Charlene

sdeng@ucsd.edu said

at 12:21 am on Feb 17, 2012

Got it! Thank, Charlene, for your explanation. --Shi

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