LIS 505 MID-TERM EXAM Solved

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  1. Name two parts of the cataloging process. (5 points)
  2. Name five pieces of information found in/on the item itself that are included in a catalog record. (10 points)
  3. What is a preferred title and why would you use it? (5 points)
  4. List two circumstances under which the title becomes the main entry point of the record. (10 points)
  5. Define the following terms and give the MARC tag and subfield code for each. Include all MARC tags if more than one is appropriate. (10 points)

 

  1. Title proper

 

  1. Statement of responsibility

 

  1. Publisher information

 

  1. Table of contents

 

  1. Edition statement

 

  1. Give the MARC record tag information (including tag number, indicator(s), subfield(s) and punctuation for the following book.  (20 points)  This is an imaginary book – please don’t try to look it up in LC.  The LCCN and ISBN are made up.  You should include the necessary 0xx, 1xx, 2xx, 3xx, 5xx and 7xx tags.

How I Conquered Cataloging, Or Solving the Puzzle. By Susanna Gibbs (born 1965) and Christopher Turner.  Illustrated by Diane Wellington. Published by Smith Noble Publishing Co., New York, N. Y., copyrighted 2017.

250 pages; black and white illustrations; 28 cm.  Includes bibliography (p. 240-244) and index. Price is $60

LCCN: 2006013567

ISBN:  978-006359-1245 (paperback)

ISBN: 978-006359-1247

(hardback)

 

  1. Construct a MARC tag for the following publication information: (5 points)

Publication information on the title page:

London, Chicago

HarperCollins

2017

  1. Construct a MARC tag for the physical description of a musical sound recording by Phil Collins (300, 336, 337, and 338) as follows: (5 points)

2 audio disc(120 minutes), 4 ¾ inches

  1. Considering what you have learned and read thus far in the course, discuss some of the factors that influence cataloging decisions and cataloger’s judgment. Your answer should be in essay style and at least 300 words, double-spaced. Be sure and cite any outside sources that you may use, including your textbook and class notes. (15 points)
  2. Considering what you have learned and read thus far in the course, discuss the importance of rule-based cataloging, authority control, and metadata in a digital environment. Your answer should be in essay style and at least 300 words and should be double-spaced. Be sure and cite any outside sources that you may use, including your textbook and class notes. (15 points)

 


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