art 1: Interpreting MARC
1. Using the Wayne State OPAC, locate and open the bibliographic record for Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism by Safiya Umoja Noble. Open the MARC record (use the MARC Display button to the right of the record).
1a. Include a screen shot of the bibliographic record.
1b. Include a screen shot of the MARC record.
2. Provide the information requested below, looking first at the MARC record and then at the specific MARC fields within MARC21 Format for Bib Data website http://www.loc.gov/marc/bibliographic/ecbdhome.html
Note: Your answer will not be the data entered in the MARC record, but instead you will identify the name for the MARC field (and sometimes subfields). The process of looking at a MARC record and then at the field names provided through the MARC21 website will help you learn about the data recorded in the field.
Example Question: What kind of information is entered in field 20
Example Answer: ISBN (International Standard Book Numbers)
What kind of information is entered in fields 50 and 82?
What kind of information is entered in field 100?
What kind of information is entered in field 245 $a, $b, and $c?
What kind of information is entered in field 300?
What kind of information is in field 505? (Look at this resource to respond to this question, https://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en.html
What kind of information is entered in field 650?
A. Referencing the readings, lectures, and forum post discussions for this topic, please offer your view on the future of bibliographic description in and out of libraries. As with all written work, be sure to properly cite your sources.
B. Define what we mean in LIS by description and the function(s) it serves. Ground your definition with reference to our readings and resources and properly cite your sources. Offer an example of description in LIS.
Note: As with the other assignments, I encourage students to discuss and share information as they tackle the assignment. Here is a collaborative work space for this assignment: Collaboration space for A3 – Description
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