Event Title

Advanced Cartographic Workshop

Presenter Information

Tim Kiser, Michigan State University

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Publication Date

10-15-2020

Document Type

Presentation

Start Date

15-10-2020 12:30 PM

End Date

15-10-2020 2:30 PM

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Video of a virtual presentation given by Tim Kiser, Michigan State University Libraries, on advanced topics in cataloging cartographic materials. With the fundamental principles and basic methodology of cataloging a sheet map having been covered the previous day, participants were ready to tackle RDA/MARC-based treatment for notes fields, the special MARC 007 cartographic field, subject analysis and genre/form terms, and LC classification, plus the differences in cataloging atlases and globes versus sheet maps.

Advanced cartographic-20201015 1630-1.vtt (92 kB)
Transcript

2020 OLAC cartographic cataloging advanced-Kiser.pdf (11876 kB)
Slides

Copy of Choice of title process with RDA Instruction.doc (31 kB)
Choice of Title: Title Selection Process for Cartographic Resources

Maps record match criteria for copy cataloging.docx (24 kB)
Map Record Match Criteria When Looking for a Copy

Scale statements using RDA.doc (44 kB)
Scale Information Only - The Mathematical and Other Material Specific Details Area

Titles for cartographic resources.docx (20 kB)
Titles for Cartographic Resources

US G-number map.pdf (546 kB)
Base Classification Numbers for Sheet Maps of U.S. States (from Class G in the LC Classification Schedule)

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Advanced Cartographic Workshop

Video of a virtual presentation given by Tim Kiser, Michigan State University Libraries, on advanced topics in cataloging cartographic materials. With the fundamental principles and basic methodology of cataloging a sheet map having been covered the previous day, participants were ready to tackle RDA/MARC-based treatment for notes fields, the special MARC 007 cartographic field, subject analysis and genre/form terms, and LC classification, plus the differences in cataloging atlases and globes versus sheet maps.