Hi Bernadette,
In the document entitled "Statements of responsibility and AAPs", one finds the 
following guidelines:

If you find statements of responsibility on more than one source:

* record in 245 $c only the ones found on the first of the following: same 
source as title; cover or jacket; caption; masthead; colophon; anywhere on the 
resource, with preference for a source where information is formally presented 
(e.g. title page verso, slip case);

* record any obviously important statements from other sources as 500 quoted 

If I'm interpreting this right, it means that Oxford would transcribe, for 
example, a statement appearing on the title page verso (e.g., a statement 
naming a translator) in a 500 and not in 245 $c if the title page also bears a 
statement of responsibility (e.g., for the main author). May I ask what the 
rationale is for this practice? My understanding is that RDA still allows 
transcribing in 245 $c statements of responsibility that appear in multiple 
sources, the only difference with AACR2 being that statements that are taken 
from the resource would never be bracketed. The RDA-MARC mapping would seem to 
confirm this interpretation since Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title 
Proper is mapped to 245 $c only. I would therefore be curious to know what led 
you to adopt this practice.


Daniel Paradis

Direction du traitement documentaire des collections patrimoniales
Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec

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Objet : [RDA-L] Bodleian/OLIS RDA materials

Dear colleagues,

The Bodleian Libraries and Oxford Library Information System are pleased to be 
able to make their inhouse RDA documentation publicly available at 
http://www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/our-work/cataloguing.  It includes brief transfer 
training materials for experienced cataloguers and comprehensive materials for 
training from scratch and for reference, all available under a Creative Commons 
Attribution 3.0 license.

Because we have a very large number of cataloguers scattered over many 
libraries, some of whom do only small amounts of cataloguing, our documentation 
is designed to be fairly free-standing.  We have to keep contact sessions to 
the minimum, and we do not expect all cataloguers to gain a detailed knowledge 
of FRBR or of the RDA Toolkit.

We benefited greatly from seeing other agencies' materials when we were 
planning our RDA implementation, and we hope that our materials may be of some 
use or interest to agencies who are currently planning their own 
implementation.  Comments and corrections are very welcome 

Best wishes,
Bernadette O'Reilly
Catalogue Support Librarian
Bodleian Libraries,
Osney One Building
Osney Mead
Oxford OX2 0EW.
01865 2-77134

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