Ugh! On Fri, Dec 21, 2012 at 11:21 AM, Benjamin A Abrahamse <babra...@mit.edu>wrote:
> RDA geniuses:**** > > ** ** > > I know that under RDA we no longer use brackets to indicate a range of > unnumbered pages or leaves in the physical description. What about in > notes? RDA 1.10.4 says, "Refer to passages in the resource, or in other > sources, if these either support assertions made in the description" but > nothing about what to do if you're referring to an unnumbered page. Doing > an "RDA quick search" for unnumbered pages brings up plenty of instructions > but none (that I saw) regarding notes.**** > > ** ** > > E.g.: **** > > ** ** > > Includes bibliographic resources (pages -69).**** > > ** ** > > or**** > > ** ** > > Includes bibliographic resources (unnumbered page 67-page 69).**** > > ** ** > > ???**** > > ** ** > > Thanks,**** > > --Ben**** > > ** ** > > Benjamin Abrahamse**** > > Cataloging Coordinator**** > > Acquisitions, Metadata and Enterprise Systems**** > > MIT Libraries**** > > 617-253-7137**** > > ** ** > -- Gene Fieg Cataloger/Serials Librarian Claremont School of Theology gf...@cst.edu Claremont School of Theology and Claremont Lincoln University do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any of the information or content contained in this forwarded email. The forwarded email is that of the original sender and does not represent the views of Claremont School of Theology or Claremont Lincoln University. It has been forwarded as a courtesy for information only.