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University of the Philippines RDA Core Elements and Policy Statement (UPRCEPS) MONOGRAPH UPDATES: May 2014 Compiled by: Jocelyn P. Basa, Nancy T. Beraquit, Cynthia A. Caguiat, Corazon M. Gamboa, Verna C. Lee, Annelyn Cruz Lim, Irene B. Sia and Merlyn A. Sornoza RDA Implementation Committee (Core Group) University Library, University of the Philippines Diliman February 2015 Contains revised and approved policies and decisions from the following public deliberations and workshop/trainings:  August 14-15, 2014 at U.P. Diliman – Attendees: Catalogers from U.P. Diliman and 1 representative from U.P. Mindanao, U.P. Visayas, U.P. Tacloban, U.P. Cebu  September 29-30, 2014 at U.P. Manila – Attendees: Catalogers from U.P. Manila and U.P. Baguio  October 2-3, 2014 at U.P. Los Baños – Attendees: Catalogers from U.P. Los Baños, U.P. Open University and U.P. Baguio  December 1 and 2, 2014 at U.P. Diliman – Attendees: RDA Implementation Committee Members, University Librarians and Cataloger representative from all U.P. Constituent Universities

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Contents INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Transcription ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 Preferred Source of Information ............................................................................................................................................................................. 6 Capitalization ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Abbreviations and Symbols ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Punctuation.............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8 020 .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 037 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 10 040 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338 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 72 490 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 72 591 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 83 905 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 87 Examples of MARC Field Entries with End of Field Punctuations ............................................................................................................................. 88 EXAMPLES OF RDA BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORDS.......................................................................................................................................................... 98

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INTRODUCTION These guidelines aim to acquaint the U.P. Library Catalogers of the changes from Anglo-American Cataloging Rules Second Edition Revised (AACR2R) to Resource Description and Access (RDA) rules, deviations/practices and some LCPS rules adopted by the University of the Philippines University Libraries. These guidelines will outline and explain the RDA “core elements” that are required for acceptable bibliographical records. However, policies on authority records are not yet provided. The arrangement of the RDA elements is based on the Machine-Readable Cataloging (MARC) Tags, not according to RDA rule numbers. Numerous examples were provided to each RDA rule for better understanding. The elements in the examples are highlighted in red to emphasize the changes. The rules are exactly copied as stated from the RDA Toolkit to avoid misinterpretation. It is advisable to consult the RDA rules from the RDA Toolkit (http:\\access.rdatoolkit.org) for more information. These guidelines may continue to change over time as we roll out updates and add more examples.

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Transcription RDA: 1.7.1 General Guidelines on Transcription Use the University of the Philippines Library System Cataloging Policies and Procedures and UPRCEPS in transcribing elements (e.g. title proper, edition, etc.)

Preferred Source of Information RDA: 2.2.2.2 Resources Consisting of One or More Pages, Leaves, Sheets, or Cards (or Images of One or More Pages, Leaves, Sheets, or Cards) If the resource consists of: one or more pages, leaves, sheets, or cards (e.g., a book, an issue of a periodical, a poster, a series of sheet maps, a set of flashcards)or images of one or more pages, leaves, sheets, or cards (e.g., a microform reproduction of a musical score, a PDF file of a text, microform reproductions of a set of sheet maps, a JPEG image of a photograph) then: use the title page, title sheet, or title card (or an image of it) as the preferred source of information. If the resource lacks a title page, title sheet, or title card (or an image of it), use as the preferred source of information the first of the following sources that has a title (RDA 2.2.2.2): a. cover or jacket issued with the resource (or an image of a cover or jacket) b. a caption (or an image of a caption) c. a masthead (or an image of a masthead) d. a colophon (or an image of a colophon). If you have a book with no title page or other source in it providing information necessary to identify the book, start with information you find in (in order of preference): a container not issued as part of the book, a published description of the book, any other available source (RDA 2.2.4). If information is not available in the resource itself, other sources such as publisher’s website, catalogs, flyers, reviews, etc. may be used and should be enclosed in square brackets. Provide a note if source is taken from outside the resource.

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Capitalization RDA: A.1 General Guideline Apply instructions on capitalization in RDA Appendix A. Alternative: May use preferred in-house guidelines or style manual. Unusual capitalization. For titles with unusual capitalization, follow the capitalization of the title as found on the source of information. Examples: 245 10 $aeCommerce :$bformulation of strategy /$cRobert T. Plant. 245 10 $aeBay for dummies /$cMarsha Collier. 245 10 $awww.advertising /$cRichard Adams. 245 10 $aDepEd pilot tests info-based website /$cIna Hernando-Malipot. U.P. PRACTICE: Record in lower case any words not considered as Proper Noun. The first letter of a word in a Field Tag is recorded with a capital letter. Example: 100 1# $aSantos, Vergel O.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aChino and his time /$cVergel O. Santos. --NOT 100 1# $aSantos, Vergel O. 245 10 $aCHINO and his time /$cVERGEL O. SANTOS. Source: CHINO and his time VERGEL O. SANTOS.

Abbreviations and Symbols RDA Appendix B RDA: B.1 General Guideline No abbreviation unless it appears that way on the resource. Use abbreviations prescribed in RDA B.7 for terms used for dimensions (e.g. "in."). Metric symbols are not abbreviations; such symbols are not followed by a full stop. (e.g. "cm") Examples: 250 ## $aThird edition. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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--NOT 250 ## $a3rd ed. Source: Third edition

250 ## $a3rd ed., International student edition --NOT 250 ## $a3rd ed., International student ed. Source: 3rd ed. (title page), International student edition (cover) 245 10 $aI [heart] you, Mr. Kuripot! /$cFrancia M. Borjal. 246 30 $aI love you 500 ## $aOn title page "[heart]" appears as a heart symbol. Source: I ❤ you, Mr. Kuripot!

Punctuation RDA: D.1.2 ISBD Punctuation RDA: D.1.2.1 General Instructions Transcribe punctuation as found, e.g., "...", but add ISBD punctuation. Use square brackets only for information found outside the item, regardless of source within the item. Also use brackets for supplied information when a creator’s function is not clear, i.e. [edited by]. When adjacent elements within one area are to be enclosed in square brackets, enclose each in its own set of square brackets. Example: 264 #3 $a[London] :$b[Phipps],$c[1870] When an element ends with an abbreviation followed by a full stop (period) or ends with the mark of omission and the punctuation following that element either is or begins with a full stop, include the full stop (period) that constitutes or begins the prescribed punctuation. Example: 250 ## $a3rd ed.. Source: 3rd ed.

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Explanation of terms in this table: MARC encoding column –

FRBR column – Decision column – Element / RDA Rule – U.P. Practice column –

includes required MARC tags, most commonly used subfield codes and indicators ; _ _ = use appropriate 1st or 2nd indicators ; see also note (R) = repeatable field, can be used many times (NR) = non repeatable identifies the FRBR entities, W = Work, E = Expression, M = Manifestation, I = Item Core = required, Core if = required if applicable, blank = not required includes the element and its corresponding RDA rule indicates the instruction for U.P. Practice

The table below maps MARC 21 bibliographic elements to the corresponding RDA elements and University of the Philippines Cataloging Practice. Ctrl + Click to follow the RDA Rule document from RDA Toolkit. RDA Toolkit subscription access is required. MARC Encoding 008

FRBR

Decision

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U.P. Practice

General Information

Required: Provide Date 1 (date of publication), place of publication and language. Use the drop down options and select “No attempt to code” for other fields.

(NR)

Example: 080209s1991 mepifu 020 ## $a

M

CORE

International Standard Book Number (ISBN)

Record the ISBN without hyphens and without “ISBN” preceding the numerals.

RDA: 2.15.1.4 Recording Identifiers for Manifestations (R)

Preferably use the ISBN found on the back cover. - No change Editing out inapplicable ISBNs should be done by the cataloger who is importing or creating the bib. A cataloger who is attaching may add an ISBN if it is relevant. Make sure that the ISBN fields are correct for your item. Also, remove any prices. It is especially

Examples: 020 ## $a0877790086 020 ## $a9789070002343 (hardbound : volume 1) Source: hardbound, volume 1

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important to make sure that eBook ISBNs are removed from print records and that print ISBNs are removed from e-material.

020 ## $a0877790086 (pbk. : acid-free paper) Source: pbk. acid free paper Note: Price should be encoded in Tag 037 $c. It may be repeated for multiple numbers associated with the item (e.g., ISBN 10 and 13, ISBNs for the hard bound and paperback manifestations) or according to the cataloging decision (ISBNs for a set as a whole and for the individual parts in the set). Make sure that eBook ISBNs are removed from print records and that print ISBNs are removed from e-material. Include information about the binding and format in parenthesis only if found in the resource (e.g. hardback from CIP, paperback from book jacket, cased from CIP, loose-leaf from Introduction, etc.)

037 ## $a$b$c$n (R)

I

Source of Acquisition – Includes name of dealer and price

Use the following subfield for: $a Accession number $b Name of Dealer (Local or Foreign) $c Price $n Recommending faculty and/or Department or Unit (if desired) (R) Example: 037 ## $aEd-11234$bNational Bookstore$cPhp300.00$nProf. Elenita Que$nEDTECH Note: Not visible outside Cataloging Module. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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040 ## $a$d$e

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Cataloging Source Name of the agency that created the original bibliographic record, (e.g. DLC or Library of Congress) and the modifying library (e.g. DML, DEDUC).

(NR)

Example: 040 ## $aDLC$dDEDUC$erda

New subfield $e is added to distinguish RDA record.

041 0# $a 041 1# $a

E

CORE

Language Code Codes for languages associated with an item.

List of Location Code (viewed 25 February 2015) For first indicator, use: 0 - Item is not a translation. 1 - Item is or includes a translation.

(R) Examples: 041 0# $aeng -- item is not a translation 041 0# $aeng$afil -- when English and Filipino are used as the language of the text 041 0# $afil$abik$ailo$awar$ayak$beng --The item includes text in Filipino, Bikol, Ilokano, Yakan and English. Its summary is in English ($b). 041 1# $aspa$hfil -- Original material is in Spanish and the book being cataloged is in Filipino.

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MARC Encoding 042 ## $a

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Authentication code

Authentication code indicating that the record has been reviewed and revised by the Main Library Cataloging Section.

For Main Library Cataloging Section use only

Example: 042 ## $aDMLUC 042 ## $aLBMLUC Note: Not visible outside Cataloging Module. 090 ## $a$b (NR)

084 ## $a$b (For eBooks only)

CORE

Local call number

$a - Classification number $b - Cutter number

RDA does not address classification, so 090 editing rules are unchanged. Provide a space after subclass and before date of publication and no period before the cutter number. Examples: 090 ## $aHF 5726$bB27 1980 090 ## $aLG 996 2013 M3$bL56 Annual and yearbook – The date of the annual or yearbook is added to the call number instead of the date of publication or copyright date. Example: 090 ## $aHA 1821$bA33 2007 Source: 2007 Philippine statistical yearbook, published in 2006. Conferences, congresses, seminars, symposia and similar types of material, the date of the conferences, etc. is added to the call number

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U.P. Practice instead of the date of publication or copyright date. Example: 090 ## $aDS 655$bI58 2008 Source: International Conference on Philippine Studies, 8th, 2008, Quezon City; published in 2009. Multipart – Adopt the date of imprint of the publication being cataloged. Example: 090 ## $aG 153.4$bI57 2008 no.234 245 00 $aChina /$c[managing editor, Tom Le Bas]. --Part of the Insight guides series. 084 - Other Classification Number (eBooks) – Add eb to the call number. Example: 084 ## $aJC 11$bS65 2009eb

100 0# $a$b$c$d$e$q 100 1# $a$b$c$d$e$q 100 3# $a$b$c$d$e$q (NR) First Indicator: 0 –Forename 1 – Surname 3 – Family $a Personal name

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Creator (Main Entry Personal Name)

Make sure to verify that authorized access points are correct against iLib existing records.

Ending mark of punctuation. For access points, an ending mark of punctuation is a period ( . ), closing parenthesis ( ) ), closing bracket ( ] ), quotation mark ( " ), question mark ( ? ), exclamation mark ( ! ), hyphen ( - ; usually used at the end of an open date).

Last Option - If you are not sure what to use as a relationship designator, use the wording that is on the material.

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MARC Encoding $b Numeration $c Titles and other words associated with a name $d Dates associated with name $e Relator – Describes the relationship between the name and a work $q Fuller form of name – a more complete form of the name contained in subfield $a

FRBR

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RDA: J.1 General Guidelines on Using Relationship Designators RDA: Appendix I. Relationship Designators: Relationships Between a Resource and Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies Associated with the Resource Relationship Designators J: Relationships Between Works, Expressions, Manifestations, and Items Relationship Designators K: Relationships Between Persons, Families, and Corporate Bodies Relationship Designators L: Relationships Between Concepts, Objects, Events, and Places Combine multiple relationships designators in one access point. Example: 100 1# $aCruz, Carmen Espiritu,$eauthor,$eillustrator. --If a person has both written the text and provided the illustrations for a resource. RDA Appendix F: Additional Instructions on Names of Persons It provides instructions on choosing and recording names of persons in the following specific names: Arabic, Burmese, Chinese, Icelandic, Indic, Indonesian, Malay, Roman, Romanian and Thai.

RDA: 9.2.2.3 Choosing the Preferred Name

Commonly known or popular name over real name RDA 9.2.2.3, 9.2.2.8 For Filipiniana publications, adopt the real full form of the name of the person if already established in the iLib database, otherwise,

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U.P. Practice choose the commonly form of the name or pseudonym. Examples: 100 1# $aJoaquin, Nick,$d1917- ,$eauthor. --NOT 100 0# $aQuijano de Manila --Quijano de Manila is the pseudonym of Joaquin, Nick 100 0# $aDolphy,$eauthor. --NOT Quizon, Rodolfo Vera 100 1# $aPoe, Fernando,$cJr.,$eauthor. --NOT Poe, Ronald Allan 100 1# $aEstella, Chit,$eauthor. -- NOT Simbulan, Lourdes Estella

Fuller form of name Adopt LC practice of using subfield $q if name is not yet established in iLib database. Example: 100 0# $aH. D.$q(Hilda Doolittle),$d18861961,$eauthor. RDA: 19.2.1 Basic Instructions on Recording Creators If there is more than one creator responsible for the work, only the creator having principal responsibility named first in resources embodying the work or in reference sources is required. If principal responsibility is not indicated, only the first-named creator is required. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Example: 100 1# $aSevilla, Consuelo G.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aGeneral psychology with values development lessons /$cConsuelo G. Sevilla [and three others]. 700 1# $aPunsalan, Twila G.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aRovira, Luz G.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aVendivel, Fortunato G.,$cJr.,$eauthor. -- NOT 245 00 $aGeneral psychology with values development lessons /$cConsuelo G. Sevilla ‌ [et al.] 700 1# $aSevilla, Consuelo G. Note: No rule of three

RDA: 6.27.1.4 Compilations of Works by Different Persons, Families, or Corporate Bodies With Collective Title Construct the authorized access point representing the work by using the preferred title for the compilation. Entry under Title, tag 245. Example: 245 02 $aA time for dragons :$ban anthology of Philippine draconic fiction.

RDA: 6.27.1.4 Compilations of Works by Different Persons, Families, or Corporate Bodies Without Collective Title

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If the compilation lacks a collective title, construct separate access points for each of the works in the compilation. Entry under Title, tag 245. Separate each work by a period. Example: 245 00 $aCommunity band concerts /$cSharon Polk. Fall harvest festivals / Terri Swanson. 700 12 $aPolk, Sharon,$eauthor.$tCommunity band concerts. 700 12 $aSwanson, Terri,$eauthor.$tFall harvest festivals. --NOT 100 1# $aPolk, Sharon.

RDA: 6.27.1.3 Collaborative Works If there is no consistency in the order in which the persons are named in resources embodying the work or in reference sources, construct the authorized access point based on the first resource received.

Collaborative Works (New Expression: order of names different) If there is no consistency in the order in which the persons are named in resources embodying the work or in reference sources, construct the authorized access point based on the current resource being cataloged.

Examples: 100 1# $aCoronado, Manolito B.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aMaking sense of world history :$btracing the path of western civilization /$cby Manolito B. Coronado, Jonathan C. Foe, Corazon B. Parco ; Teresita T. Battad, coordinator ; Ambeth R. Ocampo, consultant. 264 #1 $aMakati City :$bBookmark,$c2001. 700 1# $aFoe, Jonathan C.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aParco, Corazon B.,$eauthor. --This is the first edition. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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U.P. Practice 100 1# $aFoe, Jonathan C.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aMaking sense of world history :$btracing the path of western civilization /$cby Jonathan C. Foe, Manolito B. Coronado, Corazon B. Parco ; Teresita T. Battad, coordinator ; Ambeth R. Ocampo, consultant. 250 ## $aSecond edition. 264 #1 $aMakati City :$bBookmark,$c2006. 500 ## $aPrevious edition entered under: Coronado, Manolito B. 700 1# $aCoronado, Manolito B.,$eauthor 700 1# $aParco, Corazon B.,$eauthor. --Source: The authorized access point found in 2006, second edition is Foe, Jonathan not Coronado, Manolito. --This is the second edition.

RDA: 9.2.2.5.4 Spelling If: variant spellings of a person’s name are found and these variations are not the result of different transliterations then: choose the form of name found in the first resource received.

Example: 100 1# $aSikat, Rogelio R.,$eauthor. --First resource received: Rogelio Sikat --Second resource received: Rogelio Sicat

RDA: 9.6.1.7 Fictitious and Legendary Persons

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245 10 $aBefore you leap :$ba frog’s-eye-view of life’s greatest lessons /$cby Kermit the Frog. 100 0# $aHaveYouSeenThisGirL,$eauthor. 245 10 $aDiary ng panget /$cHaveYouSeenThisGirL.

RDA: 9.6.1.8 Real Non-human Entities For a real non-human entity, record a designation for type, species, or breed. Example: 245 00 $aDear Socks, dear Buddy :$bkids’ letters to the first pets /$c[compiled, with a foreword, by] Hillary Rodham Clinton. 700 0# $aSocks$c(Presidential pet),$d 1989-2009,$eaddressee. 700 0# $aBuddy,$d1997-2002,$eaddressee. 700 1# $aClinton, Hillary Rodham,$eeditor of compilation.

RDA: 9.2.2.9.5 Words, Etc., Indicating Relationship Following Surnames For Portuguese surnames, record Filho, Junior, Neto, Netto, or Sobrinho as part of the surname. For languages other than Portuguese, record similar terms (e.g., Jr., Sr., fils, père) and numbers (e.g., III) following the person’s given name or names, preceded by a comma. Example: 100 1# $aMedina, Buenaventura S.,$cJr.,$d1927- ,$eauthor. --Additions to names such as "Jr." and "III" can now be used in name headings, $c.

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If the name by which a person is known consists of a surname only and the surname is associated with a word or phrase, either in resources that are associated with the person or in reference sources then: treat the word or phrase associated with the name as an integral part of the name. Record the surname, followed by a comma and the word or phrase. Example: 100 1# $aSeuss, Dr.,$eauthor. -- NOT 100 1# $aSeuss,$cDr.

RDA: 9.2.2.9.4 Married Person Identified Only by a Partner’s Name If a married person is identified only by a partner’s name, treat a term of address as an integral part of the name. Record the term of address following the part of the partner’s name that is recorded as the last element in that name. Example: 100 1# $aWard, Humphry, Mrs.,$d1851-1920,$eauthor. -- NOT 100 1# $aWard, Humphry,$cMrs.,$d1851-1920. Language & Script Adopt Romanized form of the name Example: script 100 1# $aYin, Binyongbianzhu,$eauthor. NOT All other languages/scripts must be fully Romanized following the ALA-LC Romanization Tables: Transliteration Schemes for Non-Roman Scripts (http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/roman.html) UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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RDA: 9.3.1.3 Recording Dates Associated with Persons Date of birth and date of death are core elements. Period of activity of the person is a core element only when needed to distinguish a person from another person with the same name.

Dates associated with the persons For Filipiniana publications, date of birth and date of death are provided if easily ascertainable.

Example: 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$dapproximately 1830 – approximately 1899,$eauthor. -- NOT 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$dca. 1830–ca.1899,$eauthor. 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$d1830- ,$eauthor. -- NOT 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$db. 1830,$eauthor. 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$d-1899,$eauthor. --NOT 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$dd. 1899,$eauthor. 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$dactive 1891 –1945,$eauthor. -- NOT 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$dflourished18911945,$eauthor. 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$d12th century,$eauthor. -- NOT 100 1# $aDela Cruz, Juan,$d12th cent.,$eauthor.

RDA: 10.0 Purpose and Scope

Family, clan, royal house and dynasty Family names can now be used as access points in Tag 100. 100 3# $aFarquhar family,$eauthor. 100 3# $aBourbon (Royal house),$eauthor. 100 3# $aChastain (Family :$cFulton County, Ga.),$eauthor. 100 3# $aNguyen (Dynasty),$eauthor. 110 _ _ $a $e

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CORE

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use appropriate indicators and subfield codes

General guidelines on recording attributes of persons, families, and corporate bodies

(NR)

RDA: 8.0 Scope RDA: 11.0 Purpose and Scope

First Indicator: 0 –Inverted name 1 – Jurisdiction name 2 – Name in direct order Second Indicator: Undefined

RDA: 11.1 General Guidelines on Identifying Corporate Bodies RDA: 19.2.1.1.1 Corporate Bodies Considered to Be Creators RDA: 11.2.2.5.2 Language RDA: 11.2.2.5.1 Spelling Choose the form found in the first resource received. Example: 110 1# $aCentre Africa Obota,$eauthor. --NOT Centre Afrika Obota

Change of Names --Choose the latest form of the name Example: 110 1# $aPhilippines.$bDepartment of Budget and Management,$eauthor. -- NOT Philippines. Budget Commission.

RDA: 11.2.2.14 Subordinate and Related Bodies Recorded Subordinately

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110 1# $aPhilippines.$bCongress (1987- ).$bHouse of Representatives,$eauthor. 245 10 $aHouse of the people :$bthe men and women of the 14th Congress /$c[editor-in-chief, Marilyn B. Barua-Yap]. 700 1# $aYap, Marilyn B. Barua,$eeditor.

110 1# $aPhilippines.$bCongress (1987-).$bSenate.$bLegislation Group of the Senate Secretariat,$eauthor. 245 14 $aThe Senate vote :$bcase no. 002-2011, in the matter of impeachment of the Chief Justice of the Philippines /$cLegislation Group of the Senate Secretariat. -- Do not abbreviate “Department” Example: 110 1#$aPhilippines.$bDepartment of Education,$eauthor. -- NOT 110 1# $aPhilippines.$bDept. of Education

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First Indicator: 0 –Inverted name 1 – Jurisdiction name 2 – Name in direct order

RDA: 11.13.1.8 Number, Date, and Location of a Conference, Etc.

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Initialisms and Acronyms RDA: 11.2.2.7 Names Consisting of or Containing Initials RDA: 9.2.2.21 General Guidelines on Recording Names Consisting of Initials, or Separate Letters, or Numerals 111 2# $aCICA (Conference)$n(2nd :$d2011 :$cHangzhou, China),$jauthor. --For an initialism or acronym used by a corporate body, capitalize the letters according to the predominant usage of the body.

If not “Corporate” Enough RDA: 11.7.1.4 Type of Corporate Body, RDA: 11.13.1.2 Type of Corporate Body Example: 111 2# $aFreedom & Faith (Conference)$d(1984 :$cSaint Charles, Illinois),$jauthor. --If the preferred name for the body does not convey the idea of a corporate body, add suitable designation in the language preferred by the agency creating the data.

RDA: 11.2.2.11 Number or Year of Convocation of a Conference, Etc. Omit indication of number, year(s) of convocation but retain frequency. Examples: 111 2# $aExpo$d(1967 :$cMontreal, Quebec),$jauthor. --NOT 111 2# $aExpo67$c(Montreal, Quebec) Source: expo67

For conferences held regularly, catalog as individual monograph. Example: 111 2# $aLIS Congress$d(2011 :$cSchool of Library and Information Studies, University of the Philippines Diliman),$jauthor. --This conference is held annually.

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--Omit year of convocation from the name of exhibition, fair, festival if publication is cataloged as monograph. Indicate year on subfield $d. 111 2# $aAnnual Asia Pacific Research Network Conference$n(2nd :$d2000 :$cJakarta, Indonesia),$jauthor. -- NOT 111 2# $aAsia Pacific Research Network Conference$n(2nd :$d2000 :$cJakarta, Indonesia),$jauthor. --Source: Proceedings of the second annual Asia Pacific Research Network Conference held in Jakarta, Indonesia in July 2000. --Do not omit frequency, e.g. Annual, Biennial, etc. Indicate number on subfield $n. 111 2# $aFederal-Provincial Conference of First Ministers$d(1978 February 13-15 :$cOttawa, Canada) ),$jauthor. --NOT 111 2# $aFederal-Provincial Conference of First Ministers$d(1978 Feb. 13- 15 :$cOttawa, Canada) --Do not abbreviate dates.

RDA: 11.3.2.3 Recording Location of Conference, Etc. Location will be recorded even if the location is part of the name of the body. Example: 111 2# $aParis Peace Conference$d(1919-1920 :$cParis),$jauthor. --NOT 111 2# $aParis Peace Conference$d(1919-1920),$jauthor.

For location of conferences held in the University of the Philippines, indicate the campus to distinguish similar Units and Colleges within the system [new policy as of March 2014]. --USE University of the Philippines Diliman University of the Philippines Manila University of the Philippines Los BaĂąos University of the Philippines Baguio University of the Philippines Visayas University of the Philippines Cebu University of the Philippines Mindanao University of the Philippines Open University

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Record the name of the local place in which the conference, etc. was held. The name of institution, etc. may be recorded instead of the local name if it provides better identification, or if the local name is not known or readily determined. Example: 111 2# $aICASE-Asian Symposium on Low-Cost Equipment for Integrated Science Education at All Levels$n(2nd :$d1997 :$cAsian Institute of Tourism, University of the Philippines Diliman),$jauthor. -- No rule of three

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If the conference was held in more than one place record the names of each of the places in which it was held. Use semicolon to separate one place with another place. Examples: 111 2# $aConference on Appalachian Frontier$d(1985 :$cJames Madison University ; Mary Baldwin College),$jauthor. 111 2# $aDanish-Swedish Analysis Seminar$d(1995 :$cCopenhagen, Denmark ; Lund, Sweden ; Paris, France),$jauthor.

Conference held online RDA: 11.13.1.8 Number, Date, and Location of a Conference, Etc. Exceptions: If the conference, etc., was held online, record Online as the location. Example: 111 2# $aElectronic Conference on Land Use and Land Cover Change in Europe$d(1997 :$cOnline),$jauthor.

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A Tag 130 may be necessary if there is no 100, 110, or 111 field. Generally this field would be used: 1. when the resource being cataloged was originally issued under another title or has a title that is different than what would be in the 245 field or Example: 130 0# $aBible. 245 10 $aHoly Bible. --No known creator. 2. when the resource being cataloged is a translation (and is the only version in the resource) Example: 130 0#Bible.$pJohn.$lIloko 245 10 $aTinaimbag a damag :$bwennoebanghelio 3. if it is the same as a subject heading Example: 130## $aBible.$pMatthew.$lIloko. 245 13 $aTinaimbag a damag (wennoebanghelio) kasinsuratni San Mateo. 630 0# $aBible. $pMatthew.$lIloko.

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RDA: 6.6 Other Distinguishing Characteristic of the Work Examples: 130 0# $aOcean’s eleven (Novel) 130 0# $aOcean’s eleven (Motion picture : 2001) 130 0# $aAdvocate (Boise, Idaho) 130 0# $aResearch paper (JJ Society) -- Form, date, place qualifiers are used to differentiate similar preferred titles of a work with different formats

Parts of the Bible – Testaments RDA: 6.23.2.9 Parts of the Bible For the Old Testament, record Old Testament as a subdivision of the preferred title for the Bible. For the New Testament, record New Testament as a subdivision of the preferred title for the Bible. Examples: 130 0# $aBible.$pOld Testament --NOT 130 0# $aBible.$pO.T. 130 0# $aBible.$pNew Testament --NOT 130 0# $aBible.$pN.T.

Parts of the Bible – Books / Groups of Books RDA: 6.23.2.9.2 Books If the book is one of a numbered sequence of the same name, record its number after the name as an ordinal numeral. Use a comma to separate the name and the number. Example: UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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130 0# $aBible.$pCorinthians, 1st, XIII, 12 --NOT 130 0# $aBible.$pN.T.$pCorinthians, 1st, XIII, 12

4. if it has the same preferred title as a different type/format 130 ## $aBeowulf (Motion picture) --as motion picture 130 ## $aBeowulf --as epic poem (original work)

RDA: 6.23.2.9.3 Groups of Books Record the appropriate name from Table 6.3 as a subdivision of the preferred title for the Bible. Example: 130 0# $aBible.$pSamuel --NOT 130 0# $aBible.$pO.T.$pSamuel

RDA: 6.11.1.4 Expressions Involving More Than One Language If a single expression of a work involves more than one language, record each of the languages. Example: 130 0# $aBible.$pOld Testament.$lHebrew, Chaldaic, Greek, Latin, German, Italian 245 10 $aBiblia Sacra :$bEbraice, Chaldaice, Graece, Latine, Germanice, Italice /$cstudio & labore Eliae Hutteri Germani. --NOT 130 0#$aBible.$pOld Testament.$lPolyglot.

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RDA: 6.27.1.5 Adaptations and Revisions If one person, family, or corporate body is responsible for an adaptation or revision of a previously existing work that substantially changes the nature and content of that work and the adaptation or revision is presented as the work of that person, family, or body then, construct the authorized access point representing the new work by combining (in this order): a) the authorized access point representing the person, family, or corporate body responsible for the adaptation or revision, as applicable b) the preferred title for the adaptation or revision [tag 240] Adaptation Example: 100 1# $aHodges, Margaret,$d1911-2005,$eauthor. 240 10 $aFaerie Queens 245 10 $aSaint George and the dragon :$ba golden legend adapted by Margaret Hodges from Edmund Spenser’s Faerie Queens; illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman.

Revision (Change in Title) Examples: 100 1# $aMonson, Craig$q(Craig A.),$eauthor. 245 10 $aDisembodied voices :$bmusic and culture in an early modern Italian convent /$cCraig A. Monson. --This is the original work. 100 1# $aMonson, Craig$q(Craig A.),$eauthor. 240 10 $aDisembodied voices 245 10 $aDivas in the convent :$bnuns, music, and defiance in seventeenth-century Italy /$cCraig A. Monson. 500 ## $aRevision of the author’s Disembodied voices. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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RDA: 6.27.1.3 Collaborative Works Works created by one person, family, or corporate body with collective title Example: 100 1# $aMiller, Arthur,$d1915-2005,$eauthor. 240 10 $aPlays.$kSelections 245 10$aTwo plays /$cArthur Miller. 505 ## $aThe Archbishop‘s ceiling – The American clock. --NOT 100 1# $aMiller, Arthur,$d1915-2005. 240 10 $aArchbishop’s ceiling 245 10 $aTwo plays /$cArthur Miller. --Source: On Title Page: Archbishop‘s ceiling The American clock

TWO PLAYS Compilations of one creator Compilations by one creator are identified by the name of the creator and a preferred title. Examples: 100 1# $aAlmario, Virgilio S.,$eauthor. 240 10 $aPoems 245 10 $aSonetos postumos /$cRio Alma ; paintings by Ang Kiukok ; translated by Marne L. Kiltes ; edited, designed with an introduction by Fidel Rillo. 505 0# $tGalilea = Galilee -- $tJerichi -- $tAenon -- $tNazareth -$tBethlehem -- $tParan -- $tAram -- $tHinnom -- $tBeersheba -$tBethel -- $tTiro = Tyre -- $tSa altar ng Megiddo = Before the altar of Megiddo -- $tSodom -- $tZebulon = Zebulun -- $tMagdala -UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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$tNegeb -- $tGennesaret -- $tEdom -- $tSa sinagoga = At the synagogue -- $tSa likod ng sinagoga = Back of the synagogue -$tHebron -- $tSa lilim ng sedro = In the shade of cedars -- $tSidon - $tNeftali = Naphtali -- $tSoar -- $tBundok Gilboa = Mount Gilboa. 110 2# $aPhilippines,$eauthor. 240 10 $aLabor code (1974) 245 14 $aThe Labor code of the Philippines :$bas amended and its implementing rules and regulations with appendices 1999 edition /$ccompiled & edited by Vicente B. Foz. 700 1# $aFoz, Vicente B. 110 2# $aPhilippines,$eauthor. 240 10 $aLaws, etc. 245 14 $aThe first 107 Presidential decrees, consequent to Proclamation nos. 1081/1104. /$ccompiled & edited by F.D. Pinpin. 710 1# $aPhilippines.$bPresident (1965-1986 : Marcos) 700 1# $aPinpin, F.D.

110 2# $aPhilippines,$eauthor. 240 10 $aConstitution.$1935 245 10 $aConstitution of the Philippines /$cThe Government of the Philippine Islands, Department of Public Instruction, Bureau of Education. 245 _ _ $a $b $c use appropriate indicators and subfield codes

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--NOT 245 00$aWhat is it?--what is it not?. First indicator 0 – no creator 1 – with creator Second indicator Non-filing character

245 00 $aTables of the error function and its derivative, [reproduction of equations for the functions]. --NOT 245 10 $aTables of the error function and its derivative, (reproduction of equations for the functions) Note: Transcribe punctuation as it appears on the source. Capitalization Do not transcribe the title exactly as it appears on the source. Examples: 245 00 $aDescribing electronic, digital, and other media using AACR2 and RDA :$ba how-to-do-it manual and CD-ROM for librarians. --NOT 245 00 $aDescribing Electronic, Digital, and Other Media Using AACR2 and RDA :$bA How-To-Do-It Manual and CD-ROM for Librarians. Resource: Describing Electronic, Digital, and Other Media Using AACR2 and RDA : How-To-Do-It Manual and CD-ROM for Librarians -- Continue to use sentence case whenever typing information. 245 00 $aInvesting in real estate. --NOT 245 00 $aINVESTING IN REAL ESTATE. --Do not accept capitalization as found in the source.

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U.P. Practice 245 04 $aThe dictionary of cell biology /$cedited by J.M. Jackie.

RDA: 1.7.9 Inaccuracies Transcribe an inaccuracy or a misspelled word as found in the source. If the inaccuracy appears in a title and a corrected form of the title is considered important for identification or access, record a corrected form of the title as a variant title in Tag 246. Example: 245 04 $aThe wolrd of television. 246 03 $iCorrected title:$aThe world of television --NOT 245 04 $aThe wolrd [i.e. world] of television 245 04 $aThe wolrd [sic] of television 100 1# $aJackson, E.W.,$cSr.,$eauthor. 245 04 $aTen comandments to an extraordinary life :$bmaking your dreams come true /$cE.W. Jackson. 246 03 $iCorrected title:$aTen commandments to an extraordinary life :$bmaking your dreams come true --NOT 245 00 $aTen comandments [i.e commandments] to an extraordinary life :$bmaking your dreams come true 245 00 $aTen comandments [sic] to an extraordinary life :$bmaking your dreams come true

RDA: 2.3.2.9 Resource Lacking a Collective Title If: the type of description chosen for the resource is a comprehensive description and the resource lacks a collective title then: record the title proper of the parts as they appear on the source of information for the resource as a whole. Example: 1001# $aMacaulay, Thomas Babington,$cBaron,$d18001859,$eauthor. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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240 10 $aEssays.$kSelections 245 10 $aLord Macaulay's essays ; and Lays of ancient Rome /$cThomas Babington Macaulay, Baron. Resource: Lord Macaulay's Essays and Lays of ancient Rome. --Separate one title from another by a space and semi-colon.

Compilations of Works by Different Persons Without Collective Title RDA: 6.27.1.4 Compilations of Works by Different Persons, Families, or Corporate Bodies If the compilation lacks a collective title, construct separate access points for each of the works in the compilation.

A “compilation” consists of more than one work issued together (e.g. if the table of contents attributes different chapters to each person, then the work is a compilation).

Entry under Title, tag 245. Separate each work by a period. Examples: 245 00 $aCommunity band concerts /$cSharon Polk. Fall harvest festivals / Terri Swanson. 700 1# $aPolk, Sharon.$tCommunity band concerts. 700 1# $aSwanson, Terri.$tFall harvest festivals --NOT 100 1# $aPolk, Sharon 245 10 $aCommunity band concerts /$cSharon Polk. Fall harvest festivals / Terri Swanson.

245 00 $aSinfonia esperessiva /$cConrad Baden. Symphony no. 3 op. 26 / Hallvard Johnsen. Symphony no. 2 / Bhorne Brustad. 700 1# $aBaden, Conrad.$tSinfonia esperessiva. 700 1# $aJohnsen, Hallvard.$tSymphony no. 3 op. 26. 700 1# $aBrustad, Bhorne.$tSymphony no. 2. --NOT 245 00 $a[Three Norwegian symphonies].

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505 ## $aSinfoniaesperessiva / Conrad Baden -- Symphony no. 3 op. 26 /HallvardJohnsen -- Symphony no. 2 / BhorneBrustad. 700 1# $aBaden, Conrad.$tSinfonia esperessiva. 700 1# $aJohnsen, Hallvard.$tSymphony no. 3 op. 26. 700 1# $aBrustad, Bhorne.$tSymphony no. 2. --Transcribe all titles in the title statement. Separate one title with separate statement of responsibility from another by a period. Construct access points for each of the works in the compilation in tag 700. RDA: 2.3.3.3 Recording Parallel Titles Proper If there is more than one parallel title proper, record the titles in the order indicated by the sequence, layout, or typography of the titles on the source or sources of information. Example: 245 00 $aInternational meteorological vocabulary = $bVocabulaire météorologique international = Mezhdunarodnyĭ meteorologi cheskiĭslovar’ = Vocabulario meteorológi cointernacional. 246 31 $aVocabulaire météorologique international. 246 31 $aMezhdunarodnyĭ meteorologi cheskiĭslovar’. 246 31 $aVocabulario meteorológi cointernacional. -- NOT 245 00 $aInternational meteorological vocabulary = $bVocabulaire météorologique international. 246 31 $aVocabulaire météorologique international. 546 ## $aText in English, French, Russian, and Spanish. --Transcribe all parallel titles.

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Examples: 245 10 $aUncommon sense :$bthe heretical nature of science /$cAlan Cromer. --NOT 245 10 $aUncommon sense /$cAlan Cromer. --Transcribe all other title information. 245 10 $aWorkshop on rebuilding abalone stocks in British Columbia /$cedited by Alan Campbell. --NOT 245 10 $aWorkshop on Rebuilding Abalone Stocks in British Columbia :$b[proceedings] /$cedited by Alan Campbell. 245 00 $aSeattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival. --NOT 245 10 $aSeattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival :$b[program]. 245 00 $aK.S. Kulkarni. --NOT 245 10 $aK.S. Kulkarni :$b[selections]. --Do not supply other title information if not found in the source. Works created after 1500 For works created after 1500, choose as the preferred title the title in the original language by which the work has become known. If there is no title in the original language, choose the title proper of the original edition as the preferred title. Example: 245 00 $aWhitaker’s almanac 2012 /$cexecutive editor, Ruth Northey. 246 13 $aToday's world in one volume : Whitaker's almanack 2012. 246 3# $aAn almanack for the year of our Lord 2011.

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-- Preferred title for work first published under the title: An almanack for the year of Our Lord… Works created before 1500 For works created before 1501, choose as the preferred title the title or form of title in the original language by which the work is identified in modern reference sources. If the evidence of modern reference sources is inconclusive, choose (in this order of preference) the title most frequently found in: a) modern editions; b) early editions; c) manuscript copies. Example: 100 1# $a Chaucer, Geoffrey,$d -1400,$eauthor. 245 14 $aThe pardoner's tale /$cChaucer ; edited by Steven Croft. 246 3# $aChaucer : the pardoner’s tale -- The pardoner's tale is the preferred title for work by Chaucer. RDA: 6.2.2.8 Recording the Preferred Title for a Work One part Record the preferred title for the part by applying the basic instructions at RDA: 6.2.1. Example: 100 1# $aRaven, Simon,$d1927- ,$eauthor. 245 10 $aCome like shadows /$cSimon Raven. 490 1# $aAlms for oblivion ;$vvolume 8. 500 ## $a"The eighth novel in the Alms for oblivion sequence.” -Title page verso. --Come like shadows is the preferred title for a part of Alms for oblivion.

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Compilations of one creator Compilations by one creator are identified by the name of the creator and a preferred title.

1. Complete Works Record the conventional collective title Works as the preferred title for a compilation of works. Example: 100 1# $aRecto, Claro Mayo,$d1890-1960,$eauthor. 240 10 $aWorks 245 14 $aThe complete works of Claro M. Recto /$cClaro M. Recto ; compiled and edited by Isagani R. Medina and Myrna S. Feliciano. 100 1# $aBurns, Robert,$d1759-1796,$eauthor. 240 10 $aWorks 245 10 $aThe complete works of Robert Burns /$cedited from the best printed and manuscript authorities, with glossarial index and a biographical memoir by Alexander Smith. 2. Complete Works in a Single Form Record one of the following conventional collective titles as the preferred title for a compilation of works in one particular form: Correspondence Essays Librettos Lyrics Novels Plays Poems Prose works Short stories Speeches UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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If none of these terms is appropriate, record an appropriate specific collective title. Example: 100 1# $aAlmario, Virgilio S.,$eauthor. 240 10 $aPoems 245 10 $aSonetos postumos /$cRio Alma ; paintings by Ang Kiukok ; translated by Marne L. Kiltes ; edited, designed with an introduction by Fidel Rillo. 100 1# $aPoe, Edgar Allan,$d1809-1849,$eauthor. 240 10 $aShort stories 245 14 $aThe complete short stories of Edgar Allan Poe /$cedited by Killis Campbell.

RDA: 6.2.2.10.3 Other Compilations of Two or More Works Alternative: When identifying two or more works in a compilation, identify the parts collectively by recording a conventional collective title, followed by Selections. Examples: 1001# $aMacaulay, Thomas Babington,$cBaron,$d18001859,$eauthor. 240 10 $aEssays.$kSelections 245 10 $aLord Macaulay's essays ; and Lays of ancient Rome /$cThomas Babington Macaulay, Baron. 700 1# $a Macaulay, Thomas Babington,$cBaron,$d18001859,$eauthor.$t Lord Macaulay's essays. 700 1# $a Macaulay, Thomas Babington,$cBaron,$d18001859,$eauthor.$t Lays of ancient Rome. --Separate one title from another by a space and semi-colon. --Without collective title

Compilations by more than one creator are identified by their preferred title. Most of the time this is the title on the material. Examples: 130 0# $aEssays.$kSelections 245 10 $aIssues and trends in applied linguistics in the Philippines :$ba decade in retrospect /$cedited by Shirley N. Dita.

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505 0#$tThe clerical aspects of English language teaching in the Philippines / $rAriane Macalinga Borlongan -- $tImplementation of curriculum 130 0# $aPlays. Selections reform : roadblocks and potholes /$rSterling 245 10 $aMga piling dulang pambata /$cArthur P. Casanova, Miranda Plata -- $tPiloting a peer literacy manunulat-editor ; tampok ang mga dulang pambata nina Frank G. program under NSTP-CWTS : implications for Rivera [and ten others]. literacy programs and English language teaching 505 0# $tSi Kusog at ang mahiwagang bakawan /$rArthur P. /$r Remedios Z. Miciano -- $tStudent-generated Casanova -- $tSi Pilanduk at ang kanyang mga kaibigan /$rArthur P. questions and the teaching of English and critical Casanova -- $tBakit naging bato ang mga tao? /$rFrank G. Rivera -- literacy /$rRemedios Z. Miciano -- $tSelf-reported $tPrinsipe ng buwan /$rTony Perez -- $tAlakdan (ang lohika ng writing concerns of advanced EFL learners : are tuklaw) /$rLuna Sicat Cleto -- $tPabaon /$rSheila Noreen Lopezthey process-or product-oriented? /$rLeonisa A. Gamo -- $tOli impan /$rAlberto S. Florentino -- $tTerengati /$rNjel Mojica. de Mesa -- $tAlamat ng sampagita /$rRuth Elynia S. Mabanglo ---No need to create 7XX entries for each work in $tBa-be-bi-bo-bo /$rLayeta P. Bucoy -- $tJuan Tamban /$rMalou 505 field. Jacob -- $tAng tatay mong kalbo /$rIsagani R. Cruz -- $tPaano -- Any work that consists of a number of different yumaman ang pulubing si Juan /$rEugene Y. Evasco -- $tSi works that are each identified by their own diwatakasalipan at si Talabusaw /$rArthur P. Casanova -- $tBatang creator would be a compilation. bakwet /$rArthur P. Casanova. 7001# $aCasanova, Arthur P.$q(Arthur de la PenĚƒa),$eeditor,$eauthor. 700 1# $aRivera, Frank G.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aCruz, Isagani R. ,$eauthor. 700 1# $aPerez, Tony,$eauthor. 700 1# $aMabanglo, Ruth Elynia S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aFlorentino, Alberto S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aCleto, Luna Sicat,$eauthor. 700 1# $aGamo, Sheila Noreen Lopez,$eauthor. 700 1# $aDe Mesa, Njel,$eauthor. 700 1# $aEvasco, Eugene Y.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aBucoy, Layeta P.,$eauthor. --Compilation by more than one creator

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Collaborative Works If two or more persons, families, or corporate bodies are collaboratively responsible for creating the work (see RDA 19.2.1.1), construct the authorized access point representing the work by combining (in this order): a) the authorized access point representing the person (see RDA 9.19.1), family (see RDA 10.11.1), or corporate body (see RDA 11.13.1) with principal responsibility b) the preferred title for the work (see RDA 6.2.2). Examples: 100 1# $aDe Dios, Luz A.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aLiteratura ng iba't ibang rehiyon sa Pilipinas /$cLuz A. De Dios [and three others]. 700 1# $aChu, Elvira S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aOrnos, Petra S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aMartinez, Maria C.,$eauthor. --This book may have 4 authors on the title page, but if the table of contents does not attribute different chapters to each person, then the work is a collaboration. 100 1# $aBautista, Leodegario SM.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aMathematics of investment /$cLedegario SM. Bautista [and four others]. 700 1# $aDe Lara, Carmelita G. 700 1# $aGorospe, Normita B. 700 1# $aHilario, Christie R. 700 1# $aNaval, Victoria C. -- A collaboration will be identified by the first named creator, even if there are more than three, and even if they are not named on the title page, and the preferred title for the material in hand.

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RDA: 2.4 Statement of Responsibility

For U.P. Thesis and Dissertations, include name of adviser of the thesis. Example: 100 1# $aVillena, Frederick B.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aInfluences of prior physicochemical stresses on the subsequent heat inactivation of Escherichia coli 0157 :$b#7 in mildly heated mixed young - and mature - coconut liquid endosperm /$cFrederick B. Villena ; Alonzo A. Gabriel, adviser. Omit field of activity of the person, profession or occupation, and affiliation.

RDA: 2.4.1.4 Recording Statements of Responsibility Optional Omission Abridge a statement of responsibility only if this can be done without loss of essential information. Do not use a mark of omission (‌) to indicate such an omission. Always record the first name appearing in the statement. When omitting names from a statement of responsibility naming more than one person, etc., apply the instructions at RDA 2.4.1.5

RDA: 2.4.1.4 Recording Statements of Responsibility Examples: 245 10 $aRural women of the Asian countries /$cIsabel Rojas-Aleta. --NOT 245 10 $aRural women of the Asian countries /$cIsabel Rojas-Aleta, Ph.D. 245 10 $aNot for profit accounting :$bMBA 531 /$cFrank Venezia. --NOT 245 10 $aNot for profit accounting :$bMBA 531 /$cDr. Frank Venezia, The College of Saint Rose, School of Business. 100 1# $aWard, Humphry,$cMrs.,$d1851-1920, $eauthor.

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U.P. Practice 245 14 $aThe marriage of William Ashe /$cbyMrs. Humphry Ward ; illustrated by Albert Sterner. 100 1# $aFlavier, Juan M.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aParables of the barrio/ $cJuan M. Flavier. Resource: Dr. Juan M. Flavier but 100 1# $aSeuss, Dr.,$eauthor. 245 14 $aThe cat in the hat /$cby Dr. Seuss. --Add title of address if necessary to identify a person and the omission would leave only a person’s given name or surname.

RDA: 2.4.1.5 Statement Naming More Than One Person, Etc. Optional Omission If a single statement of responsibility names more than three persons, families, or corporate bodies performing the same function (or with the same degree of responsibility), omit any but the first of each group of such persons, families, or bodies. Indicate the omission by summarizing what has been omitted in a language and script preferred by the agency preparing the description. Indicate that the summary was taken from a source outside the resource itself -- No Rule of Three

For Filipiniana and Foreign publications, adopt the optional omission rule and transcribe all creators and contributors in tag 7XX.

Example: 100 1# $aBrigino, Aurea S.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aPhilippine art and culture /$cAurea S. Brigino [and two others] ; contributing writers, Sharon Mapa-Arriola [and five others] ; book coordinators, Manuel Agustin Z. Singson, Loen M. Vito. 700 1# $aDe La Paz, Cecilia S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aHernandez, Eloisa May P.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aArriola, Sharon Mapa,$econtributor. 700 1# $aCanta, Marilyn R.,$econtributor.

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U.P. Practice 700 1# $aFajardo, Brenda V.,$econtributor. 700 1# $aFlores, Patrick D.,$econtributor. 700 1# $aLico, Gerald A.,$econtributor. 700 1# $aRespino, Norma A.,$econtributor. 700 1# $aSingson, Manuel Agustin Z.,$ebook coordinator. 700 1# $aVito, Loen M.,$ebook coordinator.

100 1# $aBeyard, Michael D.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aDevelopment retail entertainment destinations /$cprincipal authors, Michael D. Beyard [and four others]. 700 1# $aBraun, Raymond E.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aMcLauglin, Herbert,$eauthor. 700 1# $aPhillips, Patrick L.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aBald, Andre,$econtributor. RDA: 2.4.1.8 Noun Phrases Occurring with a Statement of Responsibility If a noun or noun phrase occurs with a statement of responsibility, treat the noun or noun phrase as part of the statement of responsibility. Examples: 245 14 $aThe magic circle /$cdrawings by Gilbert Daroy. 245 10 $aStella and other friendly ghosts /$cessays by Pantoja Hidalgo. 245 10 $a Characters from Dickens /$cdramatised adaptations by Barry Campbell. 245 10 $a Roman Britain /$cresearch and text by Colin Barham. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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245 14 $aWest wind /$cpoems and prose poems [by] Mary Oliver. -- If there is no "by" on the title page, add [by] to clarify the statement. 245 10 $aDolphy :$bhindi ko ito narating mag-isa /$cas told to Bibeth Orteza. 245 10 $aMarketing research /$ctext and cases by H. W. Boyd and Ralph Westfall. 246 _ _ $a use appropriate indicators and subfield codes (R)

First Indicator Note/added entry controller 0 - Note, no added entry 1 - Note, added entry 2 - No note, no added entry 3 - No note, added entry Second Indicator Type of title # - No type specified 0 - Portion of title 1 - Parallel title 2 - Distinctive title 3 - Other title 4 - Cover title 5 - Added title page title

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Varying Form of Title RDA: 2.3.6 Variant Title Scope: A title associated with a resource that differs from a title recorded as the title proper, a parallel title proper, other title information, parallel other title information, earlier title proper, later title proper, key title, or abbreviated title. Unchanged. Examples: 245 10 $aRules implementing the code of conduct and ethical standards for public officials and employees and Republic Act No. 6713. 246 13 $aCode of conduct and ethical standards for public officials and employees. 245 00 $a1000 years of Irish poetry :$bthe Gaelic and Anglo-Irish poets from pagan times to the present. 246 3# $aOne thousand years of Irish poetry :the Gaelic and AngloIrish poets from pagan times to the present.

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245 00 $aNAHRO 1976 directory. 246 3# $aNational Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials 1976 directory. 245 10 $aAmoung the trees /$cby Irene Thompson. 246 3# $iCorrected title:$aAmong the trees.

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Edition Statement RDA: 2.5.1.4 Recording Edition Statements Transcribe an edition statement as it appears on the source of information except capitalization.

Do not include “First edition” (meaning 1st edition published) but include its “First Canadian Edition” (meaning 1st edition published in Canada). 250 ## $aFourth edition, International student revised edition. --Source: 250 ## $aFourth Edition, INTERNATIONAL STUDENT REVISED EDITION.

RDA: 1.8 Numbers Expressed as Numerals or as Words When recording numbers expressed as numerals or as words in a transcribed element, transcribe them in the form in which they appear on the source of information. Examples: 250 ## $aFourth edition, revised and enlarged. 250 ## $aFourth edition, International student revised edition. 250 ## $aSixth edition. -- Source: SIXTH EDITION 250 ## $a3a. edicion. 250 ## $aVersion IX.

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RDA: B.4 Transcribed Elements For transcribed elements, use only those abbreviations found in the sources of information for the element. Examples: 250 ## $aWorld's classics ed., New ed. rev. --Source: World's classics ed., New ed. rev. 250 ## $a10. Aufl.. -- Source: 10. Aufl. 250 ## $a3rd ed.. -- Source: 3rd ed. 250 ## $a2e. -- Source: 2e

Remainder of edition statement: --Do not adopt RDA 2.5.3 (Parallel Designation of Edition); RDA 2.5.4 (Statement of Responsibility Relating to the Edition); RDA 2.5.5 (Parallel Statement of Responsibility Relating to the Edition); RDA 2.5.7 (Parallel Designation of a Named Revision of an Edition); RDA 2.5.8 (Statement of Responsibility Relating to a Named Revision of an Edition); and RDA 2.5.9 (Parallel Statement of Responsibility Relating to a Named Revision of an Edition) 264 #0 $a$b$c (R)

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A production statement is a statement identifying the place or places of production, producer or producers, and date or dates of production of a resource in an unpublished form. Production statements include statements relating to the inscription, fabrication, construction, etc., of a resource in an unpublished form. --See also RDA 2.8 Publication Statement examples below. RDA: 21.2 Producer of an Unpublished Resource Record a producer of an unpublished resource, if considered important for access. Example: 264 #0 $aQuezon City :$bCollege of Education, University of the Philippines Diliman,$c2013. 502 ## $aThesis (M.A. Educational Psychology)--University of the Philippines Diliman,$dOctober 2013. 100 1# $aChong-hui, Park,$d1917- ,$eauthor. 245 10 $aOur nation's path :$bideology of social reconstruction /$cby Park Chung Hee. 264 #0 $a[Place of production not identified] :$b[producer not identified],$c1962. 500 ## $aMimeographed copy.

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Catalogers are strongly encouraged to supply these elements.

RDA: 2.8 Publication Statement RDA: 2.8.2 Place of Publication RDA: 2.8.2.3 Recording Place of Publication UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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--Transcribe place of publication in the form in which they appear on the source of information. Include both the local place name (city, town, etc.) and the name of the larger jurisdiction or jurisdictions (state, province, etc., and/or country) if present on the source of information. Examples: 264 #1 $aBoston --Source: Boston 264 #1 $aBoston, Mass. --Source: Boston, Mass. 264 #1 $aBoston, MA --Source: Boston, MA 264 #1 $aBoston, Massachusetts --Source: Boston, Massachusetts Optional Addition: Supply the name of the larger jurisdiction (state, province, etc., and/or country) as part of the local place name if considered important for identification or access. Indicate that the information was taken from a source outside the resource itself. Example: 264 #1 $aChichester, West Sussex, [England] :$bJohn Wiley & Sons Ltd.,$c2013. --NOT $aChichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom :$bJohn Wiley & Sons Ltd.,$c2013. --Chichester, West Sussex is not a popular place. --If the city’s name is not commonly known add the name of the larger jurisdiction.

RDA: 2.8.2.4 More Than One Place of Publication

More than one place of publication Only the first-named place of publication is core.

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U.P. Practice Examples: 264 #1 $aSan Francisco:$bJossey-Bass,$c2013. Source: San Francisco, Hoboken, New Jersey 264 #1 $aAustralia :$bWadsworthCengage Learning,$c2014. Source: Australia, Brazil, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Singapore, Spain, United Kingdom, United States -- If the place names are arranged alphabetically then look for the specific place on the other parts of the book (verso of title page, cover, back cover, etc.) --If not found, use the first mentioned place. For duplicates, do not create new record if there is a difference in the place publication only. If the ISBN is different from the original or first record, just add the ISBN.

RDA: 2.8.2.6 Place of Publication Not Identified in the Resource Example: 264 #1 $a[Place of publication not identified] :$bPoote Press,$c1987. --NOT 264 #1 $a[S.l.] :$bPoote Press,$c1987.

RDA: 2.8.4 Publisher's Name RDA: 2.8.4.3 Recording Publishers' Names --Transcribe publisher’s names in the form in which they appear on the source of information. --Do not omit words, initials, statements of function, or levels of hierarchy; do not abbreviate terms (e.g. Publishing) UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Examples: 264 #1 $aPasig City :$bAnvil Publishing,$c2001. --NOT 264 #1 $aPasig City :$bAnvil Pub.,$c2001. --Source: Anvil Publishing 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bUniversity of the Philippines Press,$c1980. -- NOT 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bU.P. Press,$c1980. Source: Quezon City, University of the Philippines Press, 1980. 264 #1 $aManila :$bNational Printing Company, Incorporated,$c1953. --NOT 264 #1 $aManila :$bNational Print. Co., Inc.,$c1953. Source: Manila, National Printing Company Incorporated, 1953. 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bU.P. Foundation, Inc.,$c1988. --NOT 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bUniversity of the Philippines Foundation, Inc.,$c1988. Source: Quezon City, U.P. Foundation, Inc., 1988

RDA: 2.8.2.6 Place of Publication Not Identified in the Resource Example: 264 #1 $a[Place of publication not identified] :$bPoote Press,$c1987. --NOT 264 #1 $a[S.l.] :$bPoote Press,$c1987.

Catalogers are strongly encouraged to supply this element. Supply a place, even if just the country.

RDA: 2.8.4 Publisher's Name RDA: 2.8.4.3 Recording Publishers' Names --Transcribe publisher’s names in the form in which they appear on the source of information. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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--Do not omit words, initials, statements of function, or levels of hierarchy; do not abbreviate terms (e.g. Publishing) Examples: 264 #1 $aPasig City :$bAnvil Publishing,$c2001. --NOT 264 #1 $aPasig City :$bAnvil Pub.,$c2001. --Source: Anvil Publishing 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bUniversity of the Philippines Press,$c1980. -- NOT 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bU.P. Press,$c1980. Source: Quezon City, University of the Philippines Press, 1980. 264 #1 $aManila :$bNational Printing Company, Incorporated,$c1953. --NOT 264 #1 $aManila :$bNational Print. Co., Inc.,$c1953. Source: Manila, National Printing Company Incorporated, 1953. 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bU.P. Foundation, Inc.,$c1988. --NOT 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bUniversity of the Philippines Foundation, Inc.,$c1988. Source: Quezon City, U.P. Foundation, Inc., 1988

RDA: 2.8.4.5 More Than One Publisher

More than one publisher --Transcribe first mentioned publisher only Example: 264 #1 $aWashington, D.C. :$bGerman Historical Institute ,$c2008. Source: German Historical Institute, Cambridge University Press

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U.P. Practice For duplicates with different publisher, create a new record. Difference of issued ISBN (same book with multiple ISBN issued in one country), do not create a new record. Optional: Inform the Cataloging Section to add another ISBN. Tag 020 is a repeatable field, consider your material as duplicate.

RDA: 2.8.4.7 No Publisher Identified

Catalogers are strongly encouraged to supply this element.

Record “[publisher not identified]” if: --no publisher is named within the resource itself --and the publisher cannot be identified from other sources. Example: 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$b[publisher not identified], $c2008. --NOT 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$b[s.n.], $c2008.

RDA: 2.8.6 Date of Publication

If date of publication is in Roman numeral change the date into Arabic numeral.

RDA: 2.8.6.3 Recording Date of Publication Record the date of publication as it appears in the resource. Example: 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bPhoenix,$c2008.

In absence of date of publication, use the copyright date in square brackets.

Example: 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bCollege of Home Economics, University of the Philippines Diliman,$c2014. --Source: Date published: MMXIV

If the date of publication is the same with the copyright date, do not provide copyright date anymore.

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264 #1 $a[Quezon City] :$bU.P. Foundation, Inc.,$c[1989] --Source: ©1989 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bU.P. Press,$c[2009] --Source: Title page verso: ©2009 Item received/purchased in: 2008, Date of publication: not given 264 #1 $aManila :$bRex Bookstore,$c[1980] --Source: Title page verso: ©1980 / 1980 printing Date of publication: not given

Example: 264 #1 $a[Quezon City] :$bU.P. Foundation, Inc.,$c1989. --Source: Published 1989 ©1989 U.P. Foundation, Inc. If the date of publication is different from the copyright date, provide both dates. Example: 264 #1 $a[Quezon City] :$b[U.P. Press],$c1989. 264 #4 $c©1990 --Source: Published 1989 ©1990 If an item lacking a publication date contains only a date of manufacture or a date of distribution, supply a date of publication that corresponds to the manufacture date or distribution date, in square brackets. Examples: 264 #1 $a[Quezon City] :$b[publisher not identified],$c[2008] 264 #2 $aQuezon City :$bDistributed by U.P. Press,$c2008. --Source: Title page verso: Distributed 2008 Bibliography includes citations to 2007 publications Date of publication: not given 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bPhoenix Publishing House,$c[1993] --Source: Title page verso: Phoenix Publishing House, Quezon City

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U.P. Practice Available for Distribution in 1999. Prefaced signed by author: Quezon City, January 1993 Date of publication: not given 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bVibal Publishing, Inc., $c[1980] --Source: Title page verso: First Printing 1980 Date of publication: not given 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bNew Day Publishers,$c[1988] 588 1# $aDescription based on 15th impression, 1988. --Source: Title page verso: 15th Impression 1988 Date of publication: not given

RDA: 2.8.6.6 Date of Publication Not Identified in a Single-Part Resource

Catalogers are strongly encouraged to supply this element.

Date of Publication Not Identified in a Single-Part Resource --If the date of publication is not identified in a single-part resource, supply the date or approximate date of publication (see RDA 1.9.2) Supplied Dates.

RDA: 1.9.2 Supplied Dates --Actual year known If the actual year is known, record the year. Example: [2003] UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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--Either One of Two Consecutive Years If the date is known to be either one of two consecutive years, record both years separated by or. Example: [1971 or 1972] --Probable Year If the probable year is known, record the year followed by a question mark. Example: [1969?] --NOT [ca. 1969] --Probable Range of Years If the probable date falls within a range of years, record the range. Record between, followed by the earliest probable year, then and and the latest probable year, followed by a question mark. Examples: [between 1846 and 1853?] [between 1800 and 1899?] [between 1970 and 1979?] [between 1400 and 1600?] --Earliest and/or Latest Possible Date Known If the earliest possible date is known, record not before followed by the date. If the latest possible date is known, record not after followed by the date. Examples: [not before September 22, 1492] [not after August 21, 1492] UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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If both the earliest possible and latest possible dates are known, record between followed by the earliest possible date, then and and the latest possible date. Example: [between August 12, 1899 and March 2, 1900]

--If an approximate date of publication for a single-part resource cannot reasonably be determined, record “[date of publication not identified]”. Example: 264 #1 $a[Quezon City] :$b[U.P. Press],$c[date of publication not identified] --NOT 264 #1 $a[Quezon City] :$b[U.P. Press],$c[n.d.] 264 #2 $a$b$c (R)

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Distribution Statement RDA: 2.9 Distribution Statement Distribution elements are core only when publication data cannot be identified. -- See RDA 2.8 samples Example: 264 #1 $a[Iloilo] :$b[publisher not identified],$c[2009] 264 #2 $aIloilo :$bOffice of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of the Philippines Visayas,$c2009. --Source: On title page – no imprint details On title page verso – Distributed in Iloilo by Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, University of the Philippines Visayas, 2009.

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RDA: 2.9.4.7 No Distributor Identified -- Record distributor not identified if: a.) no distributor is named within the resource itself, and; b.) the distributor cannot be identified from other sources Example: 264 #2 $a[Place of distribution not identified] :$b[distributor not identified],$c2002. --Source: On title page – no imprint details On title page verso – Distribution date 2002.

RDA: 2.9.6.6 Date of Distribution Not Identified in a Single-Part Resource Example: 264 #2 $aNew York :$bDistributed by Random House,$c[date of

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Manufacture Statement RDA: 2.10 Manufacture Statement Manufacture elements are core only when neither publication nor distribution data can be identified. -- See RDA 2.8 samples Examples: 264 #1 $aBoston :$b[publisher not identified],$c2010. 264 #3 $aCambridge :$bKinsey Printing Company,$c[2010] --Source: On title page – Boston 2010 On title page verso – No publication and distribution details UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Colophon – Printed by Kinsey Printing Company, Cambridge. No publication and distribution details 264 #1 $aManila :$bUniversity of the Philippines Manila,$c[1978] 264 #3 $aQuezon City :$bU.P. Press,$c1980. 588 1# $aDescription based on sixth printing, 1980. --Source: Title page verso: ©1978, Sixth Printing 1980 Prefaced signed by author: June 1978 Date of publication: not given

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Copyright Date RDA: 2.11 Copyright Date Copyright date is a core element only if neither date of publication nor date of distribution is identified. Copyright date is also recorded if it differs from the date of publication. Example: 264 #1 $a[Quezon City] :$b[U.P. Foundation],$c1989. 264 #4 $c©1990 --Source: Published 1989 ©1990 RDA: 2.11.1.3 Recording Copyright Dates --Precede the date by the copyright symbol (©). The 264 #4 field has $c only. No ending punctuation. Example: 264 #1 $aQuezonCity :$bU.P. Press,$c2012. 264 #4 $c©2013

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Physical description, etc. fields Note: When a record has a 490 field, insure that field 300 ends in a period. RDA: 3.4.5 Extent of Text RDA: 3.4.5.2 Single Volume with Numbered Pages, Leaves, or Columns For a resource consisting of a single volume, record the extent in terms of pages, leaves, or columns according to the type of sequence used in the resource. Apply the following general guidelines: a. If the volume is numbered in terms of pages, record the number of pages. b. If the volume is numbered in terms of leaves, record the number of leaves. c. If the volume consists of pages with more than one column to a page and is numbered in columns, record the number of columns. d. If the volume consists of sequences of leaves and pages, or pages and numbered columns, or leaves and numbered columns, record each sequence. --Updating loose-leafs If the resource is an updating loose-leaf, record 1 volume followed by loose-leaf, in parentheses. Example: 300 ## $a1 volume (loose-leaf) --Record the last numbered page, leaf, or column in each sequence and follow it with the appropriate term.

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Examples: 300 ## $a327 pages 300 ## $a321 leaves 300 ## $a381 columns 300 ## $axvii, 323 pages 300 ## $a27 pages, 300 leaves --Record pages, etc., that are lettered inclusively in the form A–K pages, a–d leaves, etc. Example: 300 ## $aA-Z pages Source: Pages lettered: A-Z --Record pages, etc., that are numbered in words by giving the numeric equivalent. Example: 300 ## $a32 pages Source: Pages numbered in words

RDA: 3.4.5.3 Single Volume with Unnumbered Pages, Leaves, or Columns a. Record the exact number of pages, leaves, or columns, if readily ascertainable. Example: 300 ## $a93 unnumbered pages

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b. If the number is not readily ascertainable, record an estimated number of pages, leaves, or columns preceded by approximately. Example: 300 ## $aapproximately 600 pages c. Record 1 volume (unpaged) Example: 300 ## $a1 volume (unpaged)

RDA: 3.4.5.3.1 Numbered and Unnumbered Sequences When recording a sequence of unnumbered pages, etc., record: --a. the exact number (if the number is readily ascertainable) followed by unnumbered pages, etc. Examples: 300 ## $a33 leaves, 31 unnumbered leaves 300 ## $axv, 453 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates

Unnumbered sequence of pages, etc. -- For Filipiniana publications, count the total number of pages Example: 300 ## $a323 unnumbered pages --NOT 300 ## $a1 volume (unpaged)

--b. an estimated number preceded by approximately Examples: 300 ## $a8, vii, approximately 300, 73 pages 300 ## $aapproximately 600 pages --c. unnumbered sequence of pages, etc. Example: 300 ## $a12 unnumbered pages, 10 unnumbered pages, 6 unnumbered pages, 16 unnumbered pages

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Example: 300 ## $a91 leaves Source: Last 8 leaves blank

RDA: 3.4.5.4 Change in Form of Numbering within a Sequence If the form of numbering within a sequence changes (e.g., from roman to Arabic numerals), ignore the numbering of the first part of the sequence. Example: 300 ## $a176 pages Source: Pages numbered: i–xii, 13–176 RDA: 3.4.5.5 Misleading Numbering When correcting misleading numbering, record the numbering as it appears on the last page or leaf followed by that is and the correct number. Examples: 300 ## $a48 leaves, that is, 96 pages -- NOT 300 ## $a48 leaves [i.e. 96] p. --Item is paged on alternate pages. 96 numbered leaves with text on one side. 300 ## $a329, that is, 392 pages --NOT 300 ## $a329 [i.e. 392] p. Source: Last page of item is misprinted

RDA: 3.4.5.6 Incomplete Volume

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If: the last part of the volume is missing and the extent of the complete volume cannot be ascertained then: record the number of the last numbered page, leaf, or column using the appropriate term and add (incomplete). Example: 300 ## $axxiv, 179 pages (incomplete)

RDA: 3.4.5.7 Pages, Etc., Numbered as Part of a Larger Sequence If the pages, etc., are numbered as part of a larger sequence (e.g., as part of the continuous paging for a multivolume resource), record the first and last numbers of the pages, etc., preceded by the appropriate term. Example: 300 ## $apages 713–797 --In analytics 300 ## $apages 800-1043 pages --Library has volume 2 of 5 volume set which are continuously paged.

RDA: 3.4.5.8 Complicated or Irregular Paging, Etc. Record the total number of pages, leaves, or columns (excluding those that are blank or contain advertising or other inessential matter) followed by in various pagings, in various foliations, or in various numberings, as appropriate. Examples: UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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300 ## $a1000 pages in various pagings --NOT 300 ## $a560, 223 pages, 217 variously numbered pages Source: Resource with 1000 pages in various pagings. 300 ## $a256 leaves in various foliations 300 ## $a1283 columns in various numberings

RDA: 3.4.5.9 Leaves or Pages of Plates If the leaves or pages of plates in a resource are not included in the numbering for a sequence or sequences of pages or leaves of text, etc., record the number of leaves or pages of plates after the main paging sequence.

Examples: 300 ## $a246 pages, 32 pages of plates 300 ## $ax, 32, 73 pages, 1 leaf of plate 300 ## $a243 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates 300 ## $a22 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates

RDA: 3.4.5.10 Folded Leaves If leaves are folded, record that they are folded. Examples: 300 ## $a122 folded leaves 300 ## $a230 pages, 25 leaves of plates (some folded) 300 ## $a25 folded leaves of plates

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If the paging is duplicated (e.g., in some books with parallel texts), record both pagings and make an explanatory note. Example: 300 ## $axi, EN185, FR189 pages Source: Bilingual dictionary with English to French terms followed by French to English terms separately paged. EN and FR appear on the resource

RDA: 3.4.5.13 Pages Numbered in Opposite Directions If the resource has groups of pages numbered in opposite directions (e.g., in some books with texts in two languages), record all the pagings. Record the pagings of the various groups in order, starting from the title page selected for the description. Example: 300 ## $aiv, 127, 135, vii pages Source: Text in English and French on inverted pages; English title page selected.

RDA: 3.4.5.16 More Than One Volume If the resource consists of more than one volume, record the extent by giving the number of volumes and the term volumes. Example: 300 ## $a3 volumes

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If the volumes are continuously paged, specify the number of pages, leaves, or columns (see 3.4.5.2–3.4.5.13) in parentheses, following the term for the type of unit. Ignore separately paged sequences of preliminary matter in volumes other than the first. Examples: 300 ## $a2 volumes (xxxxi, 999 pages) 300 ## $a 3 volumes (xx, 800 pages) Source: Pages numbered: i–xx, 1–201; i–xx, 202–513; i–xx, 514– 800

RDA: 3.4.5.18 Individually Paged Volumes If the volumes are individually paged, record the number of volumes and omit the pagination. Example: 300 ## $a2 volumes

RDA: 3.4.5.19 Updating Loose-Leafs If the resource is an updating loose-leaf, record the number of volumes followed by loose-leaf, in parentheses. Example: 300 ## $a 3 volumes (loose-leaf)

RDA: 7.15 Illustrative Content RDA: 7.15.1.3 Recording Illustrative Content --If the resource contains illustrative content, record illustration (when a single illustration is present) or illustrations, as

--If the publication consists wholly or predominantly of illustrations, give all illustrations or chiefly illustrations, as appropriate. Optionally,

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appropriate. Tables containing only words and/or numerical data if those illustrations are all of one type, give all are not considered as illustrative content. Disregard illustrated title [name of type] or chiefly [name of type]. pages, etc., and minor illustrations. Examples: Example: 300 ## $aix, 110 pages :$bchiefly illustrations 300 ## $axx, 800 pages :$billustration 300 ## $aiv, 65 pages :$ball illustrations Source: One portrait 300 ## $a356 pages :$bchiefly maps

Option: --The cataloger has the option to use one or more of the specific terms (e.g. charts, coats of arms, facsimiles, forms, genealogical tables, graphs, illuminations, maps, music, photographs, plans, portraits, samples, etc.) Example: 300 ## $ax, 32, 73 pages :$billustrations, maps, plans 300 ## $a85 pages :$bmaps 300 ## $axx, 235 pages :$bplans

RDA: 7.17.1 Basic Instructions on Recording Colour Content

--Do not record the number of illustrations. Example: 300 ## $a356 pages :$bmaps Source: 100 maps

--Use the spelling “color” when recording that term.

RDA: 7.17.1.3 Recording Colour Content If the content of the resource is in colors other than black and white or shades of grey, record the presence of color using an appropriate term. Disregard colored matter outside the actual content of the resource (e.g., the border of a map). Examples: 300 ## $ax, 32, 73 pages :$billustrations (some color) --Illustrations consist of equal number black and white drawings, paintings and color photos. 300 ## $a85 pages :$billustrations (chiefly color) UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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--Illustrations consist predominantly of colored drawings and photos. 300 ## $axx, 235 pages :$bcolor illustrations --Illustrations consist entirely of color pictures. 300 ## $aiv, 127, 135, vii pages :$billustrations, color maps --Illustrations consist of black and white drawings and color maps.

RDA: 3.5.1.3 Recording Dimensions

Measure in centimeters, but use inches when describing discs and audio carriers (common usage).

-- Record the dimension (size) of an item. Example: 300 ## $axx, 235 pages :$bcolor illustrations ;$c45 cm --The full stop used after symbol “cm” is the ISBD full stop preceding the next area.

Do not abbreviate except for “in .” for inches and “cm” for centimeters (this is considered a symbol rather than an abbreviation).

RDA: 27.1 Related Manifestation

--Accompanying material Record the number of physical units in Arabic numerals. Give a generic name for the type of accompanying material (using, a specific material designation when appropriate) in English. Examples: 300 ## $ax, 32, 73 pages :$billustrations (some color) +$e2 CD-ROMs (4 ¾ in.) --Record the diameter of discs in inches. 300 ## $aix, 35 pages :$billustrations +$e2 DVDvideos (approximately 91 min.)

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336 ## $a $2

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First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

See RDA 6.9.1.3 Table 6.1. for content type terms 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent

--Recording Content Type Record only the content type that applies to the predominant part of the resource (if there is a predominant part). --Use RDA content term only “$a” Example: 300 ## $aix, 35 pages :$billustrations +$e2 DVDvideos (approximately 91 min.) 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent

337 ## $a $2 (NR) First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

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Media Type RDA: 3.2 Media Type RDA: 3.2.1.3 Recording Media Type See RDA 3.2.1.3 Table 3.1. for media type terms 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia

--Recording Media Type Record only the media type that applies to the predominant part of the resource (if there is a predominant part). -- Use RDA media term only “$a” Example:

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--Text-based materials will be described as “unmediated.” A print resource is "unmediated" because the user can access the content directly, without having to use any special equipment. 338 ## $a $2

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RDA: 3.3 Carrier Type

First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

RDA: 3.3.1.3 Recording Carrier Type See RDA 3.3.1.3 Table 3.1. for carrier type terms 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier --The physical volume is the "carrier" of the content for print books and serials.

490 0# $a $v Traceable

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300 ## $aix, 35 pages :$billustrations +$e2 DVDvideos (approximately 91 min.) 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia

--Recording Carrier Type Record only the carrier type that applies to the predominant part of the resource (if there is a predominant part). -- Use RDA carrier term only “$a” Example: 300 ## $aix, 35 pages :$billustrations +$e2 DVDvideos (approximately 91 min.) 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier

Series Statement

490 1# $a $v Non-traceable

PUNCTUATION: Note that there is no end punctuation at the 490 level, but that end punctuation (period) is used at the 8XX level unless the title ends with a parenthesis.

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RDA: 2.12.1.4 Recording Series Statements

Field 440 - Series Statement/Added EntryTitle [OBSOLETE, 2008]

Transcribe the sub-elements of a series statement as they appear on the source of information. Examples: 490 1# $aAmerican academy of religion academy series ;$vno. 84 830 #0 $aAmerican academy of religion academy series ;$vno. 84. --Source: no. 84

Recording Series Statements --The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) of a series and ISSN of a subseries are omitted in describing foreign publications. --Publishers series, commercial or trade series, unnumbered series are excluded.

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--No 8XX because first indicator is 1 (not traced) --Source: Numbering on source information: NUMBER 51 490 1# $aThe last legionary ;$vbook 4 830 #4 $aThe last legionary ;$vbook 4. --Source: Numbering on source information: Book Four 490 0# 4aFisheries Centre research reports ;$vvolume 7, number 3 --No 8XX because first indicator is 1 (not traced) --Source: Numbering on source information: Volume 7 Number 3 490 0# $aUBCIM publications ;$vnew series, vol . 22 --No 8XX because first indicator is 1 (not traced) --Source: Numbering on source information: New Series VOL 22

Substitute Roman numerals and numbers expressed in words in Arabic numerals. RDA: 1.8.2 Form of Numerals Examples: 490 1# $aThe dictionary of literary biography ;$vvolume 68 830 #4 $aThe dictionary of literary biography ;$vvolume 68. --Source: Numbering on source of information: Volume sixty eight 490 0# $aCanadian essays and studies ;$v6 --No 8XX because first indicator is 1 (not traced) --Source: Numbering on source information: VI

500 ## $a

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For Filipiniana publications, record noncommercial publisher considered important.

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There is no special section about notes in RDA. Guidelines about notes are scattered throughout the document. Examples: 500 ## $aLibrary’s copy lacks accompanying CD. 500 ## $aLibrary’s copy signed and with marginalia by the author. 500 ## $aLibrary’s copy has v.1, 3-5, and 7 only.

Example: 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bU.P. Press,$c2013. 500 ## $aJointly published with U.P. School of Economics. --Source: Published jointly by the U.P. Press and U.P. School of Economics. For original version note, do not use Tag 534.

500 ## $a"Orginally published by DC Comics in the U.S. in single magazine form as Tiny Titans #6"--Copyright page. 500 ## $aOriginally published as: Post-colonial national identity in the Philippines : celebrating the centennial of independence. Aldeshot, England : Ashgate, 2002. 700 1# $aBankoff, Greg.$tPost-colonial national identity in the Philippines : celebrating the centennial of independence. 500 ## $aOriginally published as: Authentic recipes from the Philippines. 740 0# $aAuthentic recipes from the Philippines. 500 ## $aOriginally published in Hong Kong by Heinmann, 1978. Re-typeset and re-issued by Giraffe Books, 1998 upon author's request. 500 ## $aOriginally presented as the author's thesis (M.S.-University of the Philippines, 1971) 500 ## $aOriginally presented as the author's thesis. 500 ## $aPreviously entered under: Philippines (Republic). Budget Commission. 710 # 500 ## $aPreviously entered under: Ornos, Petra Salvacion. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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700 1# $aOrnos, Petra Salvacion.$tGlimpse of Philippine literature. 500 ## $aPreviously entered under Mitchell, Heneage. 2002. 700 1# $aMitchell, Heneage.$tDiving & snorkeling Philippines. --Source: 2nd edition by Tim Rock

501 ## $a

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--“With” is automatically generated in iLib database.

RDA : 25.1 Related Work

First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

Example: 501 ## $aEl Filibusterismo / by Jose Rizal ; translated by Leon Ma. Guerrero. --“With” is automatically generated in iLib database. --Source: Noli me tangere and El filibusterismo are bound upside down (tête-bêche or head to tail print publications).

502 ## $a (R) First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

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Dissertation Note RDA: 7.9.2 Academic degree RDA: 7.9.3 Granting institution or Faculty RDA: 7.9.4 Year degree granted Example: 264 #0 $aQuezon City :$bCollege of Education, University of the Philippines Diliman, $c2013. 502 ## $aThesis (M.A. Educational Psychology)--University of the Philippines Diliman,$dOctober 2013.

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First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

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505 _ # $a

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Example: 504 ## $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 245-262).

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Formatted Contents Note RDA: 2.5.1 Related work

For compilations with one or more than one creator, use $t for Title and $r for creators and contributors. Use $a only for collaborations specially Filipiniana literary works. Records with $t and $r will be included in the name and title authority database. Examples: 505 0# $tSi Kusog at ang mahiwagang bakawan /$rArthur P. Casanova -- $tSi Pilanduk at ang kanyang mga kaibigan /$rArthur P. Casanova -$tBakit naging bato ang mga tao? /$rFrank G. Rivera -- $tPrinsipe ng buwan /$rTony Perez -$tAlakdan (ang lohika ng tuklaw) /$rLuna Sicat Cleto -- $tPabaon /$rSheila Noreen Lopez-Gamo - $tOli impan /$rAlberto S. Florentino -$tTerengati /$rNjel de Mesa -- $tAlamat ng sampagita /$rRuth Elynia S. Mabanglo -- $tBa-bebi-bo-bo /$rLayeta P. Bucoy -- $tJuan Tamban /$rMalou Jacob -- $tAng tatay mong kalbo /$rIsagani R. Cruz -- $tPaano yumaman ang pulubing si Juan /$rEugene Y. Evasco -- $tSi diwatakasalipan at si Talabusaw /$rArthur P. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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U.P. Practice Casanova -- $tBatang bakwet /$rArthur P. Casanova. --Literary work with more than one creator.

100 1# $aSimbulan, Roland G.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aForging a nationalist foreign policy :$cessays on us military presence and the challenges to Philippine foreign policy /$cRoland G. Simbulan. 505 0# $aForeword -- Introduction -- From weapons to ploughshares? -- The conversion of the former U.S. military bases and facilities in the Philippines -- Environmental Injustice : rectifying America's poisoned legacy in the Philippines -- The CIA’s covert operations in the Philippines -- U.S. Policy in Asia and the State of Philippine-U.S. security relations -- A question of Justice : the subic rape case -- Why US military forces are in Mindanao -- Philippine bilateral defense agreements : an overview -- Towards a nuclear-free Asia Pacific -- Ten years of the Visiting Forces Agreement : an assessment towards a Nuclear-Free Asia Pacific -- A personal account from a Basilan war zone -- The day the Senate said “NO” to Uncle Sam -- A new phase in US Military intervention -- Critical issues in Philippine foreign and security policies -- Why Andres Bonifacio is cool -- A Boone to PhilippineAmerican Friendship – Appendices. --Contents without individual creator; noncompilations

506 ## $a

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RDA: 4.4 Restrictions on access RDA: 4.5 Restrictions on use

Second indicator - # undefined Examples:

(R) 506 ## $aNot available to the general public. First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

506 ## $aAvailable only after consultation with author/thesis adviser. 506 ## $aAvailable to the public in 2020.

Subfield Codes $a - Terms governing access $b - Jurisdiction $c - Physical access provisions $d - Authorized users $e - Authorization $f - Standardized terminology for access restriction

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RDA: 7.2 Nature of the content RDA: 7.10 Summarization of the content

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Example: 520 2# $aZsazsa Zaturnnah sa kalakhang Maynila is the sequel to the award-winning graphic novel. This is the first of three parts.

First Indicator Display constant controller # - Summary 0 - Subject 1 - Review

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2 - Scope and content 3 - Abstract 4 - Content advice 8 - No display constant generated Second Indicator Undefined # - Undefined

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520 3# $aThe receiver of a UHF RFID reader is exposed to strong carrier leakage signals due to antenna reflections and limited isolation of circulators and directional couplers. This strong interference limits the performance of the reader as the active components in the receiver become saturated. In this paper, an improvement on the front-end architecture of UHF RFID readers is presented to address this problem. An automatically-adjusted canceling signal is combined with the received signal to suppress the strong carrier leakage. The experiment results show that the constructed prototype can achieve high isolation and that the canceling signal can be routinely configured even during reader operations.

(R) First Indicator Display constant controller # - Summary 0 - Subject 1 - Review 2 - Scope and content 3 - Abstract 4 - Content advice 8 - No display constant generated Second Indicator Undefined # - Undefined

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use appropriate indicators and subfield codes Examples: (R) 521 0# $aGrade 5. Source: The reading level is that for the fifth grade.

First Indicator Display constant controller # - Audience 0 - Reading grade level 1 - Interest age level 2 - Interest grade level 3 - Special audience characteristics 4 - Motivation/interest level 8 - No display constant generated

521 ## $aProgram designed for geographers, planners, geologists, meteorologists and others who have a professional interest in analyzing spatial data. 521 ## $aFor remedial reading programs.

Second Indicator Undefined # - Undefined

530 ## $a

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First Indicator # - Undefined

Example: 530 ## $aAlso available in microfiche. 530 ## $aAlso issued online.

Second Indicator # - Undefined

538 ## $a

530 ## $aAlso available on the Internet from the Senate web site. Address as of 13 December 2014: http://coburn.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?a=Files.Serve&File_id= 0f962411-7f37-4cae-8e6c-45a00bff0c90; current access via LC handle. M

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RDA: 3.20 Equipment and System requirement (R) Example: 245 10 $aStatistics for research :$bwith a guide to SPSS /$cGeorge Argyrous. 300 ## $axiv, 401 pages :$billustrations +$e1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) 538 ## $aSystem requirements: PC compatible; CD-ROM drive. --System details note for the accompanying CD-ROM.

First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

546 ## $a

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RDA: 6.11 Language of Expression RDA 7.12 Language of Content

First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined 585 ## $a

Example: 546 ## $aText in English and Filipino.

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Exhibitions Note Example: 585 ## $aExhibited: "Visions of City & Country: Prints and Photographs of Nineteenth-Century France," organized by Worchester Art Museum and the American Federation of Arts, 1982.

First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined 586 ## $a

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RDA: 7.28 Awards

First Indicator # - Awards Second Indicator

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Example: 588 ## $aDescription based on online resource; title from PDF cover page (viewed 12 September 2014). 588 ## $aDescription based on online resource: title from PDF cover page (viewed on 3 December 2014). 588 ## $aDescription based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed 28 August 2014). 588 ## $aDescription based on: Release 14, September 2014. 588 ## $aDescription based on 2nd printing, 2014. 588 ## $aDescription based on: release no. 15, September 2014. 588 ## $aDescription based on : 2014 edtion. 588 ## $a$Latest issue consulted : 2014 edition.

First Indicator # - No information provided 0 - Source of description 1 - Latest issue consulted Second Indicator # - Undefined

541 ## $a (R)

First Indicator Privacy # - No information provided 0 - Private 1 - Not private Second Indicator # - Undefined

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For donated archival collections - Transcribe information found in the bookplate with the control number/accession number. Preferred structure for the date is according to the uniform date format for UP System Communications specified in the UP Office of the Secretary of the University and of the Board of Regents, Memorandum No. OSU-11-16 dated 10 March 2011-- Day-Month-Year. Examples: 541 ## $3Materials scheduled for permanent retention:$aOffice of the U.P. President;$cTransferred and received;$d12 January 2012.

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U.P. Practice 541 ## $aPres. Emerlinda Roman collection donated by Prof. Michael Tan;$d15 October 2010.

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Donation -- For donations, not archival in nature.

(R) Transcribe information found in the bookplate with the accession number.

First Indicator # - Awards Second Indicator # - Undefined

Examples: 591 ## $aR-590g donated by Florenda Mallari. 591 ## $aE2-260g donated by donated by the Rotary Club of Beaverton, Oregon. 591 ## $aFI-6391g donated by Edgardo M. Reyes. 591 ## $aFi-8671g donated by Dr. Ma. Teresa Sicat.

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Subject Access Fields Not applicable other than preferred name for the place $z. RDA: 16.2.2 Preferred name for the place

Use the Classification Web subscription to verify the subject and call number. Classification Web account access is required, http://classificationweb.net/ Examples: 600 00 $aZacchaeus$c(Biblical character) 600 30 $aClark family$vFiction. 600 10 $aPotter, Harry (Fictitious character)$vJuvenile fiction. 610 20 $aEmpire State Building (New York, N.Y.)

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U.P. Practice 610 10 $aPhilippines.$bKomisyon sa Wikang Filipino. 630 00 $aBerliner revue$xHistory$y20th century. 650 #0 $aFlags$zPhilippines. 650 #0 $aPhilippine poetry (English)$y20th century$xHistory and criticism. 650 #0 $aDomestic relations$zPhilippines. 651 #0 $aPhilippines$xDescription and travel. 651 #0 $aPhilippines$xAntiquities.

- Index Term-Curriculum Objective 658 ##$aFilipiniana archival materials$cLIS 210. --Use Tag 658 to include the course and course description per faculty recommendation or if included as reference for a given course. 7XX (R)

M

CORE

Authorized Access Points Relationship designators should also be used with 7XX added access points. Examples: 700 0# $aR. M. B.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aJung, C. G.$q(Carl Gustav),$d1875-1961,$eeditor. 710 2# $aWGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.),$eauthor. 710 2# $aNational Fire Protection Association.$tNational electrical code (1993),$eauthor. 710 1# $aPhilippines.$bKomisyon sa Wikang Filipino,$eissuing body,$ecopyright holder. 710 1# $aPhilippines.$bKomisyon sa Wikang Filipino,$epublisher. 710 2# $aNational Commission on Culture and the Arts (Philippines),$efunder. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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MARC Encoding

FRBR

Decision

Element / RDA Rule

U.P. Practice

710 1# $aPhilippines.$bPanrehiyong Sentro sa Wikang Filipino.$b Rehiyon VI,$eauthor. 710 2# $a Asia Pacific Association of Forestry Research Institutions,$ecompiler. 710 2# $aUniversity of the Philippines at Los BanĚƒos.$bTraining Center for Tropical Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability,$eauthor. 711 2#$aWomen and National Health Insurance. Meeting$d(1980 :$cWashington, D.C.) ,$jauthor. 730 0#$aForeign affairs (Council on Foreign Relations),$eauthor. 500 ## $aCover title: Collecting debts with small claims actions in Oregon. 740 0# $aCollecting debts with small claims actions in Oregon. 8XX

M

CORE IF

Series Examples: 800 1#$aBerenholtz, Jim,$d1957-$tTeachings of the feathered serpent;$vbook VI. 490 1#$aThe James Joyce archive 800 1#$aJoyce, James,$d1882-1941.$tJames Joyce archive. 490 1#$aCIIL linguistic atlas series ;$v1 810 2#$aCentral Institute of Indian Languages.$tCIIL linguistic atlas series;$vvolume 1. 500 ##$aVols. for 1950-55 issued as American Academy in Rome.Memoirs. 810 2#$aAmerican Academy inRome.$tMemoirs. 490 1#$aNutrition and food science ;$vv. 1

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MARC Encoding

FRBR

Decision

Element / RDA Rule

U.P. Practice

811 2#$aInternational Congress of Nutrition$n(11th :$d1978 :$cRio de Janeiro, Brazil).$tNutrition and food science ;$vv. 1. 490 1#$aDelaware symposia on language studies ;$v4 811 2#$aDelaware Symposium on Language Studies.$tDelaware symposia on language studies ;$vnumber 4. 490 1#$aBasic nursing skills ;$vtape 14 830 #0$aBasic nursing skills (Robert J. Brady Company) ;$vtape 14. 490 1#$aBibliographies of modern authors,$x0749-470X ;$vno. 27 830 #0$aBibliographies of modern authors (San Bernardino, Calif.) ;$vno.27. 856 _ _ $a $i $z $u use appropriate indicators and subfield codes

M

Uniform Resource Locator RDA 4.6 Uniform Resource Locator

Provide viewed date for URL links provided from the Internet.

Examples: 856 41 $3Table of contents$uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/933471.html

Example: 856 42 $z(viewed 11 February 2014)

856 40 $uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/semdigdocs/seminar.html 856 42 $z(viewed 11 February 2014) 856 40 $zAvailable for University of the Philippines System via Gale Virtual Reference Library. Click here to access $uhttp://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?id=GALE%7C9780787693848& v =2.1&u=phdiliman&it=etoc&p=GVRL&sw=w 856 42 $z(viewed 11 February 2014)

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MARC Encoding 905 ## $a (R) First Indicator # - Undefined Second Indicator # - Undefined

FRBR

Decision

I

CORE

Element / RDA Rule Local

U.P. Practice Collection category – Refers to the categories (coded) of materials under which the UP Diliman library collection are kept for storage and use. FI – for Filipiniana FO – for foreign UP – UPIANA Example: 905 ## $aUP 905 ## $aFI

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Examples of MARC Field Entries with End of Field Punctuations MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions

008

008 080209s1990 nyuba 000 eng

020

020 ## $a0914378260 (pbk. : v.1)  Source: pbk. 020 ## $a9780333964637 (acid-free paper )

037

037 ## $aEd-11234$bNational Bookstore$cPhp300.00$nProf. Elenita Que$nEDTECH

040

040 ## $aDLC$dDML$erda 040 ## $aDML$erda

041

041 0# $aeng$afre$aswe 041 1# $aeng$hrus

042

042 ## $aDMLUC

090

090 ## $aD 804.3$bE43 090 ## $aAG 5$bN495 1999

1XX

End authorized access points with either a period or other ending mark of punctuation when it is part of the data (e.g., a period in an abbreviation) or is called for by the cataloging instructions (e.g., an element enclosed within parentheses). An ending mark of punctuation is a period ( . ), closing parenthesis ( ) ), closing bracket ( ] ), quotation mark( " ), question mark ( ? ), exclamation mark ( ! ), hyphen ( - ; usually used at the end of an open date). 100 0# $aDolphy,$eauthor. 100 0# $aJohn Paul$bII,$cPope,$d1920- ,$eauthor. 100 0# $aKermit the Frog,$eauthor. 100 0# $aHaveYouSeenThisGirL,$eauthor. 100 1# $aJoaquin, Nick,$d1917- ,$eauthor. 100 1# $aMedina, Buenaventura S.,$cJr.,$d1927- ,$eauthor. 100 1# $aYin, Binyongbianzhu,$eauthor. 100 3# $aFarquhar family,$eauthor. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions 110 1# $a$aPhilippines.$bCongress.$n(15th :$d2010-2011).$bSenate,$eauthor. 110 1# $aPhilippines.$bDepartment of Budget and Management,$eauthor. 110 1# $aPhilippines.$bDepartment of Education,$eauthor. 110 1# $aPhilippines.$bPresident (1986-1992 : Corazon Aquino),$eauthor. 110 2# $aCatholic Church.$bConcilium Plenarium Americae Latinae$d(1899 :$cRome, Italy),$eauthor. 111 2# $aCICA (Conference)$d(2011 :$cHangzhou, China),$jauthor. 111 2# $aInternational Symposium on Quality Control$n(3rd :$d1978 :$cJapan),$jauthor. 111 2# $aLIS Congress$d(2011 :$cSchool of Library and Information Studies, University of the Philippines Diliman),$jauthor. 111 2# $aAnnual Asia Pacific Research Network Conference$n(2nd :$d2000 :$cJakarta, Indonesia),$jauthor. 111 2# $aConference Seminar-Workshop on Agrarian Reform Models$d(1988 :$cUniversity of the Philippines Los Baños),$jauthor. 111 2# $aElectronic Conference on Land Use and Land Cover Change in Europe$d(1997 :$cOnline),$jauthor.

130 / 240

Do not add a period; field may end with an abbreviation/initial with a period or a mark of punctuation other than a period. End a Tag 240 or Tag 130 field for a work or expression with an ending mark of punctuation only when such a mark of punctuation is part of the data. 130 0# $aBible.$pCorinthians, 1st, XIII, 12 130 0# $aBible.$pSamuel 240 10 $aFaerie Queens 240 10 $aNoli me tangere.$lEnglish 240 10 $aPlays.$kSelections

245

Add a period Add a period when field ends with an abbreviation/initial with a period or a mark of punctuation other than a period 245 10 $a802.1x on Linux with xsupplicant /$cMatthew Gast. 245 10 $a18th century relics of the Griffin shipwreck /$cFranck Goddio, Evelyne Jay. 245 04 $aThe 100 of Nicanor Abelardo, 1893-1993. 245 00 $aBakit may kahapon pa?. 245 02 $aA short history of - the Coca-Cola Co.. 245 02 $aA background information on the Manila Seedling Bank Foundation, Inc.. 245 10 $aPintig :$bkatipunan ng mga sanaysay /$cBuenaventura S. Medina, Jr.. 245 00 $aReports of the fact-finding board on the assassination of Senator Benigno S. Aquino, Jr.. 245 00 $aLiterature under the Commonwealth by Manuel L. Quezon, Carlos P. Romulo, Salvador P. Lopez, et. al.. No statement of responsibility 245 04 $aThe Communist Party of the Philippines (Partido Kommunista ng Pilipinas). 245 00 $aItanong mo kung “bakit?”. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions 245 10 $aRoman Britain /$cresearch and text by Colin Barham. 245 10 $aInfluences of prior physicochemical stresses on the subsequent heat inactivation of Escherichia coli 0157 :$b#7 in mildly heated mixed young - and mature - coconut liquid endosperm /$cFrederick B. Villena ; Alonzo A. Gabriel, adviser. 245 10 $aEntrepreneurial competency training.$pInstructor's manual /$cwriter-editor, Paz H. Diaz ; contributor-evaluator, Remedios S. Ching. 245 10 $aPhilippine art and culture /$cAurea S. Brigino [and two others] ; contributing writers, Sharon Mapa-Arriola [and five others] ; book coordinators, Manuel Agustin Z. Singson, Loen M. Vito. 100 1# $aCruz, Isagani R.,$d1945- ,$eauthor 245 10 $aBukod na bukod : mga piling sanaysay /$cIsagani R. Cruz ; David Jonathan Y. Bayot, patnugot. 245 14 $a… And with a light touch :$blearning about reading, writing, and teaching with first graders /$cCarol Avery. 245 14 $a... What are we to do with our lives /$cHerbert George Wells. 245 10 $aOops… I never thought of that! :$bsurprises in creativity, key to effectiveness in the arts, sciences, and everyday life /$cEdgar E. Hardy ; illustrated by Kay Hardy. 245 10 $aUnderstanding children and teens :$b(a work text on child and adolescent development) /$cMarylendra A. Penetrante ; Marcia Corazon P. Rico, editor. 245 10 $aDolphy :$bhindi ko ito narating mag-isa /$cas told to Bibeth Orteza. 245 10 $aDiscoveries in physics for scientists and engineers.$pInstructor's guide. 245 10 $aLike a big brave man /$ca novel by Celso Al Carunungan. 245 14 $aThe lively lady ; Captain Caution :$btwo novels complete in one volume /$cKenneth Lewis Roberts. 245 14 $aThe Pretenders ;$bMass /$cFrancisco Sionil Jose. 500 ## $a”The Samsons, two novels in the Rosales saga”--Introduction. 245 10 $aSix poe[tree] formats and the transforming image : a monograph on free verse /$cEdith L. Tiempo. 246 30 $aSix poetry formats and the transforming image : a monograph on free verse 500 ## $aOn title page "[try]" appears as an illustration in the form of a tree. Source: Six poe formats and the transforming image : a monograph on free verse 245 00 $aPinoy Mountaineer :$byour guide to hiking in the Philippines. Source: Pinoy Mountaineer™ your guide to hiking in the Philippines. 245 10 $a? /$cWilfrido Ma. Guerrero. 246 30 $aQuestion mark 500 ## $aThe title consists solely of the question mark symbol. Source:

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MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions

246

Do not add a period; field may end with an abbreviation/initial with a period or a mark of punctuation other than a period (field only ends in an ending mark of punctuation when it is part of the data) 246 #3 $iCorrected title:$aThe world of television

250

Add a period 250 ## $a3rd ed.. 250 ## $aRev. and expanded ed.. 250 ## $aIka-33 na edisyon. 250 ## $aIkalawang edisyon.

264

End with a period, closing bracket (]), closing parenthesis, question mark, hyphen, or closing angle bracket (>) 264 #0 $aQuezon City :$bCollege of Education, University of the Philippines Diliman,$c2013. 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bUP Press,$c2012. 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bUniversity of the Philippines Diliman University Library,$c[1998] 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bU.P. Foundation, Inc.,$c1988. 264 #1 $a[Omaha, Nebraska] :$b[publisher not identified],$c[2009] 264 #2 $aOmaha, Nebraska :$bMeans Pub. Co.,$c2009. 264 #3 $aCambridge :$bKinsey Printing Company,$c[2010] 264 #1 $aWashington :$bU.S. Government Printing Office,$c2014. 264 #2 $aWashington, D.C. :$bFor sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office.

264 #4

300

Copyright dates, do not add a period (ALT+0169) 264 #4 $c©2010 264 #4 $ccopyright 2010 If Tag 490 is not present, do not add a period; field may end with an abbreviation/initial with a period or a mark of punctuation other than a period; ignore any fields between the 300 and 490 300 ## $a271 pages :$billustrations ;$c33 cm +$e1 atlas (37 pages, 19 leaves : color, maps) ; 1 Audio CD (4 ¾ in.) 300 ## $axv, 453 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates :$billustrations (some color), maps (some color) ;$c28 cm 300 ## $a230 pages, 25 leaves of plates :$billustrations (chiefly color), (some folded) ;$c33 cm If Tag 490 is present, add a period; also add a period when field ends with an abbreviation/initial with a period or a mark of punctuation other than a period; ignore any fields between the 300 and 490 300 ## $a32 leaves ;$c33 cm. 490 1# $aThe Philippines in the third world papers series ;$vno. 25 UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions 300 ## $a271 pages :$billustrations ;$c33 cm +$e1 atlas (37 pages, 19 leaves : color, maps) ; 1 Audio CD (4 ¾ in.). 490 #1 $aPhilippine Institute for Development Studies discussion paper ;$v2002-09

336

336 ## $atext$2rdacontent

337

337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia

338

338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier

490

Do not add a period; field may end with an abbreviation/initial with a period or a mark of punctuation other than a period 490 1# $aAmerican academy of religion academy series ;$vno. 84 490 0# $aB.C. geographical series ;$vnumber 51 490 0# $aUBCIM publications ;$vnew series, vol . 22 490 0# $aAdventures of Carancal

5XX

Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation is present. 500 ## $aSeparately cataloged after volumes for 1972. 500 ## $aAt head of title: Contributions to the biology of the Philippine Archipelago and adjacent regions. 500 ## $aTitle from publisher’s website. 500 ## $aErrata slip tipped in on title page verso. 500 ## $aLibrary’s copy lacks accompanying CD. 500 ## $aLibrary’s copy signed and with marginalia by the author. 500 ## $aLibrary’s copy has volumes 1, 3-5, and 7 only. 500 ## $aJointly published with U.P. School of Economics. 500 ## $aArbitrarily numbered. 500 ## $aOpposite pages bear duplicate numbering. 500 ## $aAt head of title: American Statistical Association. 500 ## $aArranged tête-bêche: text in English and German; German title: Und wenn sie nicht gestorben sind. 500 ## $aEnglish and Irish text printed tête-bêche. 500 ## $aThe two collections are printed tête-bêche. 500 ## $aTexts bound back-to-back, inverted in tete beche format. 501 ## $aEl Filibusterismo / by Jose Rizal ; translated by Leon Ma. Guerrero. With: automatic display in iLib 502 ## $aThesis (M.A. Educational Psychology)--University of the Philippines Diliman,$dOctober 2013. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions 500 ## $aFirst edition published in 2005 as the author's dissertation. 500## $aPreviously issued as author's dissertation, 2003, University of Zurich, under the title: Effizienz statt Gerechtigkeit? 504 ## $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 285-290) 504 ## $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 405-430) and indexes. 504 ## $aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes. 506 ## $aAvailable only after consultation with author/thesis adviser. 506 ## $aIP based subscription, on campus and remote access.$cAccess via Electronic Resources of the UPD University Library Website. 506 ## $aAvailable only to those bound by confidentiality agreement.$cApproved written permission required. 506 ## $aNot available to the general public. 506 ## $aAvailable only after consultation with author/adviser for thesis/dissertation. 520 ## $aThis is the story of an American soldier who served in the Spanish-American war in the Philippines, and who many years after he had returned home became a leper 520 3# $aThis study sought to find the means which would enhance greater efficiency in the teaching of College Physics. The knowledge of the difficulties of the students on the part of the teacher would put them in a better position to analyze and properly adjust the learning process. 521 ## $aFor remedial reading programs. 530 ## $aOnline version available via The New Bartleby Library$uhttp://www.bartleby.com/99/index.html 530 ## $aIssued also as a motion picture. 530 ## $aAlso issued online. 530 ## $aAvailable on audiobook and eBook formats. 538 ## $aSystem requirements: PC compatible; CD-ROM drive. --System details note for the accompanying CD-ROM. 588 ## $aDescription based on online resource; title from PDF cover page (viewed 12 September 2014). 588 ## $aDescription based on online resource: title from PDF cover page (viewed on 3 December 2014). 588 ## $aDescription based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed 28 August 2014). 588 ## $aDescription based on: Release 14, September 2014. 588 ## $aDescription based on 2nd printing, 2014. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions 588 ## $aDescription based on: release no. 15, September 2014. 588 ## $aDescription based on : 2014 edtion. 588 ## $a$Latest issue consulted : 2014 edition. 541 ## $aPres. Emerlinda Roman collection donated by Prof. Michael Tan;$d15 October 2010. 591 ## $aE2-260g donated by donated by the Rotary Club of Beaverton, Oregon.

For 5xx fields ending with a quotation mark, final punctuation appears within the quotation --Source: with period at the end of information 500 ## $a"... extracted from a 10-volume planning report - Innovations: a social and technological development strategy for the new town of Makati, Philippines." 500 ## $a"A decade of articles, speeches, letters, interviews and committee testimony published in the international press and the U.S. Congressional Record in the tradition of the Filipino democrats a century ago."--Title page. For 505 field (first indicator 0), add a period. -- compilation, especially literary works with or without individual authors in an enhanced 505: 505 0# $tSi Kusog at ang mahiwagang bakawan /$rArthur P. Casanova -- $tSi Pilanduk at ang kanyang mga kaibigan /$rArthur P. Casanova -- $tBakit naging bato ang mga tao? /$rFrank G. Rivera -- $tPrinsipe ng buwan /$rTony Perez -- $tAlakdan (ang lohika ng tuklaw) /$rLuna Sicat Cleto -- $tPabaon /$rSheila Noreen Lopez-Gamo -- $tOli impan /$rAlberto S. Florentino -- $tTerengati /$rNjel de Mesa -- $tAlamat ng sampagita /$rRuth Elynia S. Mabanglo -- $tBa-be-bi-bo-bo /$rLayeta P. Bucoy -- $tJuan Tamban /$rMalou Jacob -- $tAng tatay mong kalbo /$rIsagani R. Cruz -- $tPaano yumaman ang pulubing si Juan /$rEugene Y. Evasco -- $tSi diwata kasalipan at si Talabusaw /$rArthur P. Casanova -- $tBatang bakwet /$rArthur P. Casanova. 505 0# $aPart I. Visions of war and peace --$tThe end of history? /$rFrancis Fukuyama --$tWhy we will soon miss the Cold War /$rJohn J. Mearsheimer --$tThe clash of civilizations? /$rSamuel P. Huntington --$tEconomics trumps politics /$rFareed Zakaria - Part II. International realism : anarchy and power --$tThe Melian dialogue /$rThucydioes --$tDoing evil in order to do good /$rNiccoloĚ Machiavelli --$tThe state of nature and the state of war /$rThomas Hobbes --$tRealism and idealism /$rEdward Hallett Carr --$tThe origins of war in neorealist theory /$rKenneth N. Waltz --$tHegemonic war and international change /$rRobert Gilpin --$tPower, culprits, and arms /$rGeoffrey Blainey -- Part III. International liberalism : institutions and cooperation --$tPerpetual peace /$rImmanuel Kant --$tPeace through arbitration /$rRichard Cobden --$tCommunity of power vs. balance of power /$rWoodrow Wilson --$tLiberalism and world politics /$rMichael W. Doyle --$tPower and interdependence /$rRobert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions -- non-compilation; without individual author 505 0# $avolume 1. Peoples of the Philippines, Aeta to Jama Mapun -- volume 2. Peoples of the Philippines, Kalinga to Yakan -volume 3. Philippine architecture -- volume 4. Philippine visual arts -- volume 5. Philippine dance -- volume 6. Philippine music – volume 7. Philippine theater -- volume 8. Philippine film -- volume 9. Philippine literature -- volume 10. Index. -- Multi-volume work 505 0# $aIntroduction -- Natives -- Arrival of the loyalists -- Early settlement – the 1800s -- Faith and fraternity -- The county prospers – the 1800s -- A new age - the 1900s -- And they called it The County -- Town, village and hamlet. -- Optional table contents of a collaborative work For incomplete 505 field (first indicator 1), do not add a period; field may end with an abbreviation/initial with a period or a mark of punctuation other than a period 505 1# $apt. 1. General observations -- pt. 2. Methodology -- pt. 3. Initial phase [Parts to be added after pt. 3; note left open (no final period).]

6XX

Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation is present. 600 00 $aZacchaeus$c(Biblical character) 600 30 $aClark family$vFiction. 600 10 $aPotter, Harry (Fictitious character)$vJuvenile fiction. 610 20 $aEmpire State Building (New York, N.Y.) 610 10 $aPhilippines.$bKomisyon sa Wikang Filipino. 630 00 $aBerliner revue$xHistory$y20th century. 650 #0 $aFlags$zPhilippines. 650 #0 $aPhilippine poetry (English)$y20th century$xHistory and criticism. 650 #0 $aDomestic relations$zPhilippines. 651 #0 $aPhilippines$xDescription and travel. 651 #0 $aPhilippines$xAntiquities.

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MARC TAGS

7XX

End of Field Punctuations Instructions

Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation is present. 700 1# $aCubar, Ernesto H.,$eeditor. 700 1# $aWood, Leonard,$d1860-1927,$ecompiler. 700 1# $aAquino, Benigno S.,$d1960- ,$eauthor. 710 2# $aUniversity of the Philippines Diliman.$bCollege of Arts and Sciences.$bDepartment of English. $bFreshman English Committee,$eresearcher. 710 2# $aNational Library of the Philippines. 710 2# $aCommonwealth & International Scientific Congress$n(11th :$d1998 September 3-8 :$cUniversity of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur),$jauthor 710 1# $aPhilippines.$bPresident (1965-1986 : Marcos),$eauthor. 710 1# $aUniversity of the Philippines Diliman.$bMain Library,$eauthor. 710 1# $aHague. $bInternational Court of Justice.$tStatute. $f1968,$eauthor. 710 1# $aPhilippines.$bProfessional Regulation Commission.$bEducational Statistics Task Force,$aauthor. 711 2# $aElectronic Conference on Land Use and Land Cover Change in Europe$d(1997 : $cOnline),$jauthor. 500 ## $aCover title: Collecting debts with small claims actions in Oregon. 740 0# $aCollecting debts with small claims actions in Oregon. 500 ## $aPreviously entered under: Ornos, Petra Salvacion. 700 1# $aOrnos, Petra Salvacion.$tGlimpse of Philippine literature.

8XX

800 1#$aBerenholtz, Jim,$d1957-$tTeachings of the feathered serpent;$vbook VI. 490 1#$aThe James Joyce archive 800 1#$aJoyce, James,$d1882-1941.$tJames Joyce archive. 490 1#$aCIIL linguistic atlas series ;$v1 810 2#$aCentral Institute of Indian Languages.$tCIIL linguistic atlas series;$vvolume 1 856 41 $3Table of contents$uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/93-3471.html 856 42 $3Publisher description$uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy1207/2008942998-d.html UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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MARC TAGS

End of Field Punctuations Instructions 856 40 $uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/semdigdocs/seminar.html 856 42 $z(viewed 11 February 2014)

9XX

905 ## $aFI

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EXAMPLES OF RDA BIBLIOGRAPHIC RECORDS

EXAMPLE 1:

AUTHORIZED ACCESS POINT - PERSONAL NAME

MARC FIELD International Standard Book Number International Standard Book Number Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Personal Name Title Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Collection Category

EXAMPLE 2:

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a9789718527795 020 ## $a9718527796 040 ## $aDML$erda 041 ## $aeng 090 ## $aPR 9550.9 G89$bT66 2009 100 1# $aGuzman, Marciano Malvar,$eauthor. 245 10 $aTongues of men, dreams of angels :$bselected poems (1966-2008) / $cMarciano Malvar Guzman. 264 #1 $aPasig City :$bUniversity of Asia and the Pacific,$c[2009] 300 ## $axviii, 165 pages :$billustrations ;$c33 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 650 #0 $aFilipino poetry. 905 ## $aFI

AUTHORIZED ACCESS POINT - CORPORATE NAME

MARC FIELD International Standard Book Number Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Corporate Name

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a9789710111749 040 ## $aDML$erda 041 0# $aeng 090 ## $aBV 4639$bC38 2010 110 2# $aCatholic Church.$pPope (2005-2013 : Benedict XVI),$eauthor. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Uniform Title Title Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type General Note Summary, etc. Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Added Entry - Personal Name Collection Category

EXAMPLE 3:

240 ## $aCaritas in Veritate.$kSelections 245 10 $aSelected papers on Caritas in Veritate :$bthe Philippine experience /$cedited by Ma. Victoria Q. Caparas. 264 #1 $aPasig City :$bUniversity of Asia and the Pacific,$c[2010] 300 ## $axxi, 197 pages :$billustrations ;$c33 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 500 ## $aWith author’s inscriptions. 520 2# $aThe book discusses the reflections offered by Caritas in Veritate on Benedict XVI’s third encyclical. 650 #0 $aLove$zReligious aspects$zChristianity. 700 1# $aCaparas, Ma. Victoria Q.,$eeditor. 905 ## $aFI

AUTHORIZED ACCESS POINT - MEETING NAME

MARC FIELD International Standard Book Number Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Meeting Name Title Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type Copy Specific Note Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a9713200292 040 ## $aDLC$dDML$erda 041 ## $aeng 090 ## $aBL 2130 $bC66 2004 111 2# $aColloquium on Research Methodologies in the Study of Spirituality in the Philippines$d(2004 :$cQuezon City),$jauthor. 245 10 $aHiyang :$bpapers of the Colloquium on Research Methodologies in the Study of Spirituality in the Philippines, June 2830, 2004, Titus Brandsma Center, New Manila, Quezon City. 264 #1 $aQuezon City :$bCenter for Spirituality-Manila,$c2005. 300 ## $a187 pages :$billustrations ;$c34 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 591 ## $aFi-5003g donated by Ligaya Rubin. 650 #0 $aSpirituality$zPhilippines$vCongresses. 650 #0 $aSpirituality$xResearch$zPhilippines$vCongresses. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Geographic Name Added Entry - Corporate Name Collection Category

EXAMPLE 4:

650 #0 $aSpirituallife$vCongresses. 651 #0 $aPhilippines$xReligious life and customs$vCongresses. 710 2# $aCenter for Spirituality-Manila. 905 ## $aFI

PHILIPPINE EDITION NOT JUST REPRINT

MARC FIELD International Standard Book Number Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Personal Name Title Statement Edition Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Collection Category

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a9789814314497 040 ## $aDML$erda 041 ## $aeng 090 ## $aP 106$bF75 2010 100 1# $aFromkin, Victoria,$eauthor. 245 13 $aAn introduction to linguistics /$cVictoria Fromkin, Robert Rodman, Nina Hyams. 250 ## $aPhilippine edition. 264 #1 $aPasig City :$bCengage Learning Asia Pte Ltd.,$c[2010] 300 ## $a544 pages :$billustrations ;$c28 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 650 #0 $aLanguage and languages. 650 #0 $aLinguistics. 700 1# $aRodman, Robert,$eauthor. 700 1# $aHyams, Nina,$eauthor. 905 ## $aFO

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**Examples 5A and 5B can be cataloged in two ways, class as set or set analyzed. EXAMPLE 5A: CLASS AS SET** MARC FIELD Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Personal Name Title Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type Formatted Contents Note

Language Note Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Collection Category

EXAMPLE 5B:

DATA RECORDED 040 ## $aDML$erda 041 ## $aeng$afre 090 ## $aB 29$bC539 2009 100 1# $aCo, Alfredo P.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aAcross the philosophical silk road :$ba festschrift in honor of Alfredo P. Co /$cAlfredo P. Co. 264 #1 $aManila :$bUniversity of Santo Tomas Publishing House,$c[2009] 300 ## $a7 volumes : $billustrations, map ;$c28 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 505 0# $av. 1.The blooming of hundred flowers, philosophy of ancient China -- v. 2.Under the bo-tree, on the lotus flower, philosophy of the compassionate Buddha -- v. 3. La philosophie comparée, sur la politique, I’humour, et la transcendance -- v. 4. Ethics and philosophy of the human person -- v. 5.Comparative philosophy and postmodern thoughts -- v. 6. Doing philosophy in the Philippines and other essays -- v. 7. Issues in Eastern philosophy, arts, and culture. 546 ## $aText in English and French. 650 #0 $aPhilosophy. 650 #0 $aPhilosophy, Ancient. 905 ## $aFI

SET ANALYZED**

MARC FIELD International Standard Book Number Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Personal Name

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a9789715065412 (v. 6 : hardback) 040 ## $aDLC$dDML$erda 041 ## $aeng 090 ## $aB 29$bC539 2009 v.6 100 1# $aCo, Alfredo P.,$eauthor. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Title Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type Series Statement Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Collection Category

EXAMPLE 6:

245 10 $aDoing philosophy in the Philippines and other essays /$cAlfredo P. Co. 264 #1 $aManila :$bUniversity of Santo Tomas Publishing House,$c[2009] 300 ## $aix, 520 pages :$billustrations, map ;$c28 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 490 0# $aAcross the philosophical silk road :$ba festschrift in honor of Alfredo P. Co ;$vv. 6 650 #0 $aPhilosophy$zPhilippines. 905 ## $aFI

UNPUBLISHED RESEARCH SUBMITTED TO OVCRD

MARC FIELD Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Personal Name Title Statement Varying Form of Title Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type General Note Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Added Entry - Personal Name

DATA RECORDED 040 ## $aDML$erda 041 ## $aeng 090 ## $aTX 360.5$bA93 2002 100 1# $aAzanza, Ma. Patricia V.,$eresearcher. 245 10 $aMicrobial quality of emerging Philippine streetfoods :$bterminal report . /$cMa. Patricia V. Azanza, project Leader, Melba P. Ortega. 246 3# $aMicrobial quality of emerging Philippine streetfoods. 264 #0 $aQuezon City :$bOffice of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Development, University of the Philippines Diliman,$c2002. 300 ## $aiii, 189, [4] leaves ;$c31 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 500 ## $a”Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Development (OVCRD) – Project No. 00006.2 NSEP January 2001 – February 2002.” 650 #0 $aStreet food$xMicrobiology$zPhilippines. 650 #0 $aFood$xMicrobiology$zPhilippines. 650 #0 $aStreet food$xHealthaspects$zPhilippines. 650 #0 $aFood industry and trade$zPhilippines. 700 1# $aOrtega, Melba P.,$eresearcher. UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Collection Category Collection Category

EXAMPLE 7:

905 ## $aFI 905 ## $aUP

BOUND WITH; TÊTE-BÊCHE FORMAT

MARC FIELD International Standard Book Number Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Personal Name Uniform Title – Preferred Title Title Statement Edition Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type General Note General Note General Note With Note Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Geographic Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Collection Category

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a9719341807 040 ## $aDML 041 ## $aeng 090 ## $aPQ 8897 R5 N52$bG8 2006 100 1# $aRizal, Jose,$d1861-1896,$eauthor. 240 ## $aNoli me tangere.$lEnglish 245 10 $aNoli me tangere /$cby Jose Rizal ; translated by Leon Ma. Guerrero. 250 ## $a4th ed. 264 #1 $a[Makati City] :$bGuerrero Publishing,$c[2006] 300 ## $axv, 358, xii, 254 pages ;$c32 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 500 ## $aTexts bound back-to-back, inverted in tete beche format. Noli me tangere as translated, originally published 1961 by Longman Group, London ; El filibusterismo as translated originally published 1965 by Longman Group, London. 500 ## $a"Special double volume ed. of Noli me tangere and El filibusterismo first published in 2002."--T.p. verso. 500 ## $aPlace of publication from publisher’s website. 501 ## $aEl Filibusterismo by Jose Rizal ; translated by Leon Ma. Guerrero. 650 #0 $aPhilippine fiction$xTranslations into English. 651 #0 $aPhilippines$xHistory$y1812-1898$vFiction. 700 1# $aRizal, Jose,$d1861-1896$tEl filibusterismo. 700 1# $aGuerrero, Leon Maria,$d1915- ,$etranslator. 905 ## $aFI

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EXAMPLE 8:

UNPUBLISHED THESIS

MARC FIELD Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Main Entry - Personal Name Title Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type Dissertation Note Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Collection Category Collection Category

Example 9:

DATA RECORDED 040 ## $aDEDUC$erda 041 ## $aeng 090 ## $aLG 995 2013 C38$bL83 100 1# $aLucenario, John Lou S.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aPedagogical content knowledge-guided lesson study :$beffects on teacher competence and student achievement /$cJohn Lou S. Lucenarion ; Rosanelia T. Yangco, Amelia E. Punzalan, advisers. 264 #0 $cQuezon City :$bCollege of Education, University of the Philippines,$c2013. 300 ## $axi, 149 leaves :$billustrations ;$c33 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 502 ## $aThesis (M.A. Chemistry Education)--University of the Philippines, Diliman,$dApril 2013. 650 #0 $aPedagogical content knowledge$zPhilippines$zRizal. 650 #0 $aChemistry$xStudy and teaching (Secondary)$zPhilippines$zRizal. 650 #0 $aChemistry teachers$xTraining of$zPhilippines$zRizal. 650 #0 $aAcademic achievement$zPhilippines$zRizal. 700 1# $aYangco, Rosanelia T.,$eadviser. 700 1# $aPunzalan, Amelia E.,$eadviser. 905 ## $aFI 905 ## $aUP

WITH COLLECTIVE TITLE; MORE THAN THREE CREATORS

MARC FIELD ISBN Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a9717251096 040 ## $aDML$erda 041 0# $afil 090 ## $aPL 6142$bD43 2011 UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Main Entry - Personal Name Title Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Collection Category

Example 10:

100 1# $aDe Dios, Luz A.,$eauthor. 245 10 $aLiteratura ng iba't ibang rehiyon sa Pilipinas /$cLuz A. De Dios [and three others]. 264 #1 $aPateros :$bGrand Books Publishing, Inc.,$c[2011] 300 ## $a270 pages ;$c28 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 650 #0 $aPhilippine literature$xHistory and criticism. 650 #0 $aPhilippine literature$xStudy and teaching. 650 #0 $aPhilippine literature$xCollections. 700 1# $aChu, Elvira S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aOrnos, Petra S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aMartinez, Maria C.,$eauthor. 905 ## $aFI

COMPILATION WITH COLLECTIVE TITLE; MORE THAN THREE CONTRIBUTORS

MARC FIELD ISBN Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Title Statement Varying Form of Title Edition Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a9789715065047 040 ## $aDML$erda 041 0# $afil 090 ## $aPL 6164.3$bP55 2009 245 00 $aMga piling dulang pambata /$cArthur P. Casanova, manunulat-editor ; tampok ang mga dulang pambata nina Frank G. Rivera [and ten others]. 246 30 $aDulang pambata 250 ## $aIkalawang aklat. 264 #1 $aManila :$bUST Publishing House,$c[2009] 300 ## $axi, 418 pages ;$c28 cm 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier

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Formatted Content Note

Local Subject Heading - Topical Term Local Subject Heading - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Collection Category

505 0# $tSi Kusog at ang mahiwagang bakawan /$rArthur P. Casanova -- $tSi Pilanduk at ang kanyang mga kaibigan /$rArthur P. Casanova -- $tBakit naging bato ang mga tao? /$rFrank G. Rivera -- $tPrinsipe ng buwan /$rTony Perez -- $tAlakdan (ang lohika ng tuklaw) /$rLuna Sicat Cleto -- $tPabaon /$rSheila Noreen Lopez-Gamo -- $tOli impan /$rAlberto S. Florentino -- $tTerengati /$rNjel de Mesa -- $tAlamat ng sampagita /$rRuth Elynia S. Mabanglo -- $tBa-be-bi-bo-bo /$rLayeta P. Bucoy -- $tJuan Tamban /$rMalou Jacob -- $tAng tatay mong kalbo /$rIsagani R. Cruz -- $tPaano yumaman ang pulubing si Juan /$rEugene Y. Evasco -- $tSi diwatakasalipan at si Talabusaw /$rArthur P. Casanova -- $tBatang bakwet /$rArthur P. Casanova. 695 #4 $aFilipino drama$xCollections. 695 #4 $aChildren's plays, Filipino$xCollections. 650 #0 $aPhilippine drama$xCollections. 650 #0 $aChildren's plays$zPhilippines. 700 1# $aCasanova, Arthur P.$q(Arthur de la Peña),$eeditor,$eauthor. 700 1# $aRivera, Frank G.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aCruz, Isagani R.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aPerez, Tony,$eauthor. 700 1# $aMabanglo, Ruth Elynia S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aFlorentino, Alberto S.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aCleto, Luna Sicat,$eauthor. 700 1# $aGamo, Sheila Noreen Lopez,$eauthor. 700 1# $aDe Mesa, Njel,$eauthor. 700 1# $aEvasco, Eugene Y.,$eauthor. 700 1# $aBucoy, Layeta P.,$eauthor. 905 ## $aFI

Example 11: MULTI-VOLUME MARC FIELD ISBN

DATA RECORDED 020 ## $a0761475478 (set : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475486 (v. 1 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475494 (v. 2 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475508 (v. 3 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475516 (v. 4 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475524 (v. 5 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475532 (v. 6 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475540 (v. 7 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475559 (v. 8 : alk. paper) UPRCEPS for Monographs – University of the Philippines

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Cataloging Source Language Code Local Call Number Title Statement Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice Physical Description Content Type Media Type Carrier Type Bibliography, etc. Note Formatted Content Note Local Subject Heading – Geographic Name Local Subject Heading – Geographic Name Local Subject Heading – Geographic Name Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Added Entry - Personal Name Collection Category

020 ## $a0761475567 (v. 9 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475575 (v. 10 : alk. paper) 020 ## $a0761475583 (v. 11 : alk. paper) 040 ## $aDLC$dDML$erda 041 0# $aeng 090 ## $aDS 511$bP46 2004 245 00 $aPeoples of Eastern Asia /$cconsultants, Emily K. Bloch, Amy Rossabi, Morris Rossabi ; contributing authors, Fiona Macdonald, Gillian Stacey, Philip Steele. 264 #1 $aNew York :$bMarshall Cavendish,$c2004. 300 ## $a11 volumes :$billustrations (some color), maps ;$c28 cm. 336 ## $atext$2rdacontent 337 ## $aunmediated$2rdamedia 338 ## $avolume$2rdacarrier 504 ## $aIncludes bibliographical references and index. 505 0# $av. 1. Bangladesh-Brunei -- v. 2. Cambodia-China -- v. 3. China-East Timor -- v. 4. India -- v. 5. Indonesia -- v. 6. Japan-Korea, North -- v. 7. Korea, South-Malaysia -- v. 8. Mongolia-Nepal -- v. 9. Philippines-Sri Lanka -- v. 10. Taiwan-Vietnam -- v. 11. Index. 651 #0 $aEast Asia. 651 #0 $aSoutheast Asia. 651 #0 $aSouth Asia. 650 #0 $aEthnology$zEast Asia. 650 #0 $aEthnology$zSoutheast Asia. 650 #0 $aEthnology$zSouth Asia. 700 1# $aBloch, Emily K.,$econsultant. 700 1# $aRossabi, Amy,$econsultant. 700 1# $aRossabi, Morris,$econsultant. 700 1# $aMacdonald, Fiona,$econtributing author. 700 1# $aStacey, Gillian,$econtributing author. 700 1# $aSteele, Philip,$econtributing author. 905 ## $aFO

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American Library Association, Association of Library Collections and Technical Services. Differences Between, Changes within: Guidelines on When to Create a New Record. Chicago : ALA, 2007. http://www.ala.org/alcts/files/resources/org/cat/differences07.pdf (viewed February 2015) 2. Cataloging in Evergreen Indiana http://catalog.evergreen.lib.in.us/?cat=3 (viewed February 2015) 3. Cheat sheet for titles - http://www.library.yale.edu/cataloging/originalcatalogingteam/cheat51.htm (viewed February 2015) 4. End-of-field punctuation in RDA bib records. http://lists.minitex.umn.edu/pipermail/mtx-rda/2013-January/000056.html (viewed February 2015) 5. Library of Congress (LC) RDA Training Materials. http://www.loc.gov/catworkshop/RDA%20training%20materials/LC%20RDA%20Training/LC%20RDA%20course%20table.html (viewed February 2015) 6. MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data. http://www.loc.gov/marc/bibliographic/ (viewed February 2015) 7. Penn State University Libraries. Bibliographic Processing Cataloging Rules https://www.libraries.psu.edu/psul/cataloging/training/bpcr/intro.html (viewed February 2015) 8. RDA Toolkit http://access.rdatoolkit.org/ (viewed February 2015) 9. RDA, MARC, and OCLC. http://www.academia.edu/1860087/RDA_MARC_and_OCLC (viewed February 2015) 10. Stanford University Libraries. https://lib.stanford.edu/rda-online-monograph-cataloging-guidelnes (viewed February 2015) 11. University of Southern Mississippi Libraries. Bibliographic services. http://www.lib.usm.edu/techserv/cat/tools/rdagettingstarted.html (viewed February 2015) 12. Yale University Library. Cataloging in Orbis. http://web.library.yale.edu/cataloging/table-of-contents (viewed February 2015)

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