Series—Seriously?

Series—Seriously?

SeriesSeriously? John M. Sluk Head, Monographs Department Oberlin College Library April 1, 2008 Introduction Roger Introduction Roger Disclosure Introduction Roger Disclosure What about you? Introduction

Roger Disclosure What about you? Background Series tracings--why bother? Bibliographers Other catalogers Expedite copy cataloging Consistent classification Library users Functions of a catalog Ranganathan Noruzi Functions of a catalog

Ranganathan Noruzi Catalogs and search engines Are we done yet? Overview of LC practice Sarah and the nineties Overview of LC practice Sarah and the nineties George and the uh-ohs Overview of LC practice Sarah and the nineties George and the uh-ohs The broader issues Series authority work: how hard is it? What are PCC libraries doing?

Consider the administrator NACO series libraries: Stepping up? PCC NACO Series Contributions FY2002-FY2007 (6% increase from 2006-2007) 12000 10465 10044 10000 9889 9453 9324 9865 8000 New SARs 6000 SAR Chgs 4947 3940 4000 2415

2373 2000 1886 2374 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006* 2007 Oberlin stats 27,531 series authority records 58% have references 95% have 130 fields Oberlin NACO series contributions

parallel these numbers almost exactly SAR Anatomy 101 Type of series (OCLC=Series) a b c n Monographic series Multipart item Series-like phrase Not applicable Form of heading 100 w/|t 110 w/|t 111 w/|t 130 SAR Anatomy 101 Series numbering (OCLC=Ser num) a b c n Numbered Unnumbered Numbering varies Not applicable

LC call number (if classified as a collection) 050 _0 Assigned by LC 050 _4 Assigned by someone other than LC SAR Anatomy 101 Series treatment 644 Analysis f (full) p (partial) n (not analyzed) 645 646 Tracing t (traced) n (not traced) Classification practice s (classed separately) c (classed together) m (classed with main or other series) SAR Anatomy 101 Series treatment A little more on tracing practice: Tracing practice is the only one of the series treatment fields required of NACO libraries. The national-level tracing practice, to be followed by those libraries creating BIBCO records, is separate from the local

tracing practice at any PCC institution. The national-level tracing decision always will be to trace 645 |5 DPCC SAR Anatomy 101 643 Series Place and Publisher/Issuing Body 670 Source Foundsource(s) on which the form of series heading is based SAR Anatomy 101 MARC Leader #####cz 22#####n 45 0 001 oca06311438 008 040329n| acaabaaan 010

n 2004088976 040 DLC|beng|cDLC 130 0 Contesting early childhood series 430 0 Contesting early childhood 643 New York|bRoutledgeFalmer

644 f|5DLC 645 t|5DLC|5DPCC 646 s|5DLC 670 Dahlberg, Gunilla. Ethics and politics in early childhood education, c2004:|bECIP series t.p. (Contesting early childhood series) t.p. (Contesting early childhood) |a ana SAR Anatomy 101 643 Series Place and Publisher/Issuing Body 670 Source Foundsource(s) on which the form of series heading is based

4xx, 5xx (See and See also references) SAR Anatomy 101 Establishing a series heading: 1. Determine choice of entry based on chapter 21 of AACR2 2. Exclude from the heading the following information included in the series statement in the analytic bibliographic record: (a) initial article in subfields $a, $t, $n, and $p; (b) other title information; (c) statement of responsibility; (d) parallel title(s); (e) ISSN and numeric/chronological designations. 3. Add a parenthetical qualifier(s) if appropriate according to the guidelines in LCRI 25.5B Example: A boring, well-behaved series: MARC Leader 001 #####nz 22#####n 4500 n 42024052 008 830423n| acaaaaaa|

040 130 642 643 644 645 646 670 678 DLC|cDLC Studies on a just world order v. 1|5DLC Boulder, Colo.|bWestview Press f|5DLC t|5DLC s|5DLC Towards a just world order, 1982 rsl950207 0

|n ana Example: A multipart monograph: MARC Leader 001 #####nz 22#####n 45 0 oca07465968 008 070702n| acabaaaan 010 040 050 4 130 0 400 1 400 1 430 0 640 1

642 643 644 645 no2007079642 NNU|beng|cNNU DP66|b.F68 2007|5NNU Historia de Espaa (Editorial Crtica : 2007) Villares, Ramn,|d1951-|tHistoria de Espaa Fontana i Lzaro, Josep.|tHistoria de Espaa Historia de Espaa (Marcial Pons (Firm)) Complete in 12 volumes v. 3|5NNU Barcelona|bCritica / Marcial Pons f|5NNU t|5DPCC 646 c|5NNU 670 Bernal, Antonio-Miguel. Monarqua e imperio, 2007:|bt.p. (Historia de Espaa, Josep Fontana y Ramn Villares, Directores)

|a ana c Example: An untraced series: MARC Leader 001 #####cz 22#####n 4500 oca01324639 008 850529n| acaaaaaa|

010 040 130 643 644 n 84730032 DLC|cDLC|dDLC|dDLC-S Laurentian library (Series) Toronto, Canada|bMacmillan of Canada f|5DLC 0 |n ana ||| 645 n|5DLC 646 670

s|5DLC Stacey, C. P. Quebec, 1759, 1984:|bcover Example: A series-like phrase: MARC Leader 001 #####nz 22#####n 45 0 oca07267045 008 061129n| acacbaaan 010 040 130

0 643 667 670 original) 678 no2006128282 NjBlaOCU|beng|cNjBlaOCU Penguin mystery original New York|bPenguin Books Give as a quoted note Black arrow, 2006:|bp. 4 of cover (A Penguin mystery ml070917 |n ana c Example: An unnumbered personal name series: MARC Leader 001 #####cz 22#####n 45 0 oca05677674 008

010 n 2002015624 040 DLC|beng|cDLC 100 1 Pentland, Peter.|tScience and scientists 400 1 Stoyles, Pennie.|tScience and scientists 430 0 Science and scientists (Chelsea House) 643 Philadelphia|bChelsea House Publishers 644 f|5DLC 645 t|5DPCC|5DLC 646 s|5DLC 670 Pentland, Peter. Party science, 2003:|bE-CIP t.p. (Science and scientists) 670 Phone cal to pub, Jan 28, 2002|b(Peter Pentland and Pennie Stoyles will jointly be the only authors in this series)

020128n| acabbaaan |a aaa Example: A numbered/unnumbered series: MARC Leader 001 #####cz 22#####n 45 0 oca00035656 008 830422n| acaacaaan 010 040

130 642 643 643 644 645 646 n 42742214 DLC|beng|cDLC|dDLC|dOrU Penguin classics L72|5DLC Harmondsworth, Eng.|aNew York|bPenguin Books New York|bGreenwich House|dphoto-offset reprint f|5DLC|5DLC photo-offset reprint t|5DLC|5DLC photo-offset reprint s|5DLC|5DLC photo-offset reprint 0 |n ana

667 Some vols. unnumbered 670 670 670 (Penguin classics ; L72) 670 Wolfram, von Eschenbach, 12th cent. Parzival, 1980 Photo-offset reprint/Homer. The Odyssey, 1982:|bCIP LCCN 86-223010: Suetonius. The twelve Caesars, 1957:|b440 field Wind, sand and stars, 2000:|b(Penguin classics [unnumbered]) Example: A partially analyzed series:

MARC Leader #####cz 22#####n 45 0 001 oca04257224 008 970128n| acaaaaaan |a ana 010 no 97005725 040 DLC-S|beng|cDLC-S|dDLC 050 0 Z999|b.P23|dCatalogs for which separate bibliographic records are not made 110 2 Sotheby's (Firm).|tCatalogue of sale (New York, N.Y.) 410 2 Sotheby's (Firm).|tCatalogues of sales (New York, N.Y.) 410 2 Sotheby's (Firm).|tAuction (New York, N.Y.) 430 0 Sotheby's catalogue (New York, N.Y.) 642 Sale 6859|5DPCC|5DLC

643 New York|bSotheby's 644 p|5DLC 645 t|5DPCC|5DLC 646 s|dCatalogs for which separate bibliographic records are made|5DLC 646 c|dCatalogs for which separate bibliographic records are not made|5DLC 667 Titles in hdg. and refs. supplied by cataloger; Continues: Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc. Sale [unevaluated catalog hdg.]; not to be confused with: Sotheby's (Firm). Catalogue of sale (London, England)

Example: A series classed with its main series: MARC Leader #####cz 22#####n 4500 001 oca04477378 008 971021n| acaaaaaa| |a ana ||| 010 n 97106178 040 DLC|cDLC|dDLC 050 BS410|b.V452 subser 130 0 Supplements to Vetus Testamentum.|pFormation and interpretation of Old Testament literature 430

0 Formation and interpretation of Old Testament literature 642 1|5DLC 643 Leiden|aNew York|bBrill 644 f|5DLC 645 t|5DLC 646 678 jb971216 670 Writing and reading the scroll of Isaiah, 1997:|bCIP ser. t.p. (Supplements to Vetus Testamentum, Formation and interpretation of Old Testament literature) m|5DLC Examples of recent LC records with series statements Before

040 DLC|cDLC|dBAKER|dUKM|dBTCTA|dBWKUK|dYDXCP 050 00 B2430.D454|bB36 2007 082 00 194|222 100 1 Ballantyne, Andrew 245 10 Deleuze and Guattari for architects /|cAndrew Ballantyne

260 London ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2007 300 xii, 124 p. :|bill. ;|c22 cm 490 0 Thinkers for architects 504 Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-118) and index 600 10 Deleuze, Gilles,|d1925-1995 600 10

Guattari, Felix,|d1930-1992 650 0 Architecture|xPhilosophy Examples of recent LC records with series statements After 040 DLC|cDLC|dBAKER|dUKM|dBTCTA|dBWKUK|dYDXCP 050 00 B2430.D454|bB36 2007 082 00 194|222 100 1 Ballantyne, Andrew

245 10 Deleuze and Guattari for architects /|cAndrew Ballantyne 260 London ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2007 300 xii, 124 p. :|bill. ;|c22 cm 440 0 Thinkers for architects ;|v01 504 Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-118) and index

600 10 Deleuze, Gilles,|d1925-1995 600 10 Guattari, Felix,|d1930-1992 650 0 Architecture|xPhilosophy Series authority record created by Oberlin Examples of recent LC records with series statements Before 040 DLC|cDLC|dYDX|dBAKER|dBTCTA|dYDXCP 050 00 PS374.W6|bS65 2008

082 00 813/.6099287|222 100 1 Smith, Caroline J.,|d1974- 245 10 Cosmopolitan culture and consumerism in chick lit / |cCaroline J. Smith 260 New York :|bRoutledge,|c2008 300 ix, 182 p. ;|c24 cm 490 0

Literary criticism and cultural theory 504 Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-176) and index 650 0 American fiction|xWomen authors|xHistory and criticism 650 0 English fiction|xWomen authors|xHistory and criticism Examples of recent LC records with series statements After 040 DLC|cDLC|dYDX|dBAKER|dBTCTA|dYDXCP

050 00 PS374.W6|bS65 2008 082 00 813/.6099287|222 100 1 Smith, Caroline J.,|d1974- 245 10 Cosmopolitan culture and consumerism in chick lit / |cCaroline J. Smith 260 New York :|bRoutledge,|c2008

300 ix, 182 p. ;|c24 cm 440 0 Literary criticism and cultural theory 504 Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-176) and index 650 0 American fiction|xWomen authors|xHistory and criticism 650 0 English fiction|xWomen authors|xHistory and criticism Authority record found in LCNAF

Examples of recent LC records with series statements Before 040 DLC|cDLC|dYDX|dBTCTA|dBAKER|dOSU 050 00 PJ7525.2|b.V35 2007 082 00 892.709/92870905|222 100 1 Valassopoulos, Anastasia,|d1973- 245 10

Contemporary Arab women writers :|bcultural expression in context /|cAnastasia Valassopoulos 260 London ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2007 300 x, 176 p. ;|c24 cm 490 0 Postcolonial literatures 504 Includes bibliographical references (p. [155]-174) and index 650 0 Arabic literature|xWomen authors|xHistory and criticism

650 0 Women authors, Arab Examples of recent LC records with series statements After 040 DLC|cDLC|dYDX|dBTCTA|dBAKER|dOSU 050 00 PJ7525.2|b.V35 2007 082 00 892.709/92870905|222

100 1 Valassopoulos, Anastasia,|d1973- 245 10 Contemporary Arab women writers :|bcultural expression in context /|cAnastasia Valassopoulos 260 London ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2007 300 x, 176 p. ;|c24 cm 440 0 Routledge research in postcolonial literatures ;|v21 504

Includes bibliographical references (p. [155]-174) and index 650 0 Arabic literature|xWomen authors|xHistory and criticism 650 0 Women authors, Arab Series authority records in LCNAF for both series; wrong one chosen for this title Examples of recent LC records with series statements Before 040 DLC|cDLC|dYDX|dBTCTA|dBAKER|dYDXCP

050 00 DS135.I65|bT727 2007 100 1 Tsadik, Daniel,|d1969- 245 10 Between foreigners and Shi'is :|bnineteenth-century Iran and its Jewish minority /| cDaniel Tsadik 260 Stanford, Calif. :|bStanford University Press,|cc2007 300 xxi, 295 p. :|bmap ;|c24 cm 504

Includes bibliographical references (p. [263]-282) and index 650 0 Jews|zIran|xHistory|y19th century 650 0 Islam|xRelations|xJudaism 650 0 Judaism|xRelations|xIslam Examples of recent LC records with series statements After 040 DLC|cDLC|dYDX|dBTCTA|dBAKER|dYDXCP

050 00 DS135.I65|bT727 2007 100 1 Tsadik, Daniel,|d1969- 245 10 Between foreigners and Shi'is :|bnineteenth-century Iran and its Jewish minority /| cDaniel Tsadik 260 Stanford, Calif. :|bStanford University Press,|cc2007 300 xxi, 295 p. :|bmap ;|c24 cm 440

504 650 0 Jews|zIran|xHistory|y19th century 650 0 Islam|xRelations|xJudaism 650 0 Judaism|xRelations|xIslam 0 Stanford studies in Jewish history and culture

Includes bibliographical references (p. [263]-282) and index Authority record found in LCNAF Broader issues ALCTS statement on LC decision Aside from the nature of the decision itself, what is perhaps most disconcerting is the manner in which that decision was communicated. It has always been recognized that LC's cataloging policies are, in the final analysis, most pertinent to LC's own environment and operations. Nevertheless, the library community has come to expect, and appreciate, both significant leadtime for implementation of policy changes of this magnitude and widespread communication with multiple (and international) constituencies. In this instance, there was neither sufficient lead-time nor broad communication. Broader issues ALCTS statement on LC decision The Program for Cooperative Cataloging (PCC) libraries may decide to continue doing series authority work and take on the role of maintaining a national/international series authority file. However, this will mean many more hours of work for that dedicated group, to create SARs and to update LC bibliographic records that they previously did not need to touch. Because the PCC is mainly composed of academic libraries, we are most concerned about children's and popular materials.

Broader issues ALCTS statement on LC decision ALCTS requests the Library of Congress to return to its former practice of broad consultation, prior to making significant changes in cataloging policy. It is understood that, despite the opinions of those who may believe that library cataloging has become fixed at some indeterminate moment in the past, in fact both policies and practices are in constant states of change and development. Nevertheless, unilateral and sudden actions on the part of leading agencies are as likely to result in further fragmentation of the community as they are in a kind of forced-march evolution. Series authority: moving forward in cooperative cataloging Further, we urge LC leadership to re-dedicate itself to cooperative cataloging programs and cooperative standards efforts, such as the PCC, where both LC and partner libraries can benefit from standards established together. All partners benefit from sharing standards and training; the result is a more effective and efficient copy cataloging process for all partners when accepting copy from trusted sources. Cooperative ideas to consider 1. Participate in OCLC Enhance Cooperative ideas to consider 1. Participate in OCLC Enhance 2. Consider NACO membership, or lobby for a NACO funnel

Cooperative ideas to consider 1. Participate in OCLC Enhance 2. Consider NACO membership, or lobby for a NACO funnel 3. Join BIBCO Cooperative ideas to consider 1. Participate in OCLC Enhance 2. Consider NACO membership, or lobby for a NACO funnel 3. Join BIBCO 4. Take a series authority workshop at LC Contact information John M. Sluk Head, Monographs Dept. Oberlin College Library Oberlin, OH 44074 voice: 440.775.5113 fax: 440.775.6586 email: [email protected]

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