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Agenda 2019

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AJL RAS Cataloging Meeting

Monday, June 17, 2019, 10:30-12

Warner Marriott, Salon GH

 

Old Business

 

1. Welcome and introductions, approve 2018 minutes (Heidi, 10 minutes)

      a.     Deṭ is correct Romanization for דייט

      b.     Braslav is now the correct romanizaton for unvocalized ברסלב

      c.      YHṾH* is correct Romanization for vocalized Tetragammaton (this is a statement of best practices, not a rule. This practice should be followed in the OCLC master record, but each cataloger has the option to make a different choice in their library’s local catalog based on what would be best for their library and their library users)  

2. Hebrew grammar guide for Hebraica catalogers (Haim, 5 minutes)

3. Update on plans to edit Hebraica cataloging manual to reflect major RDA changes: on hold until official rollout which will include policy statements (Heidi, 5 minutes)

 

New Business

 

1. an update to the committee on the UCLA project to add non-Latin scripts to Russian records in OCLC (Sharon, 5 minutes)

2.22.  a potential OCLC project: an informal funnel-like group to merge duplicate OCLC records (Sharon, 5 minutes)

3.    3. NACO Hebraica project to clean up and evaluate non-Latin script references in the model of NACO CJK Funnel? (Heidi, 5 minutes)

4.   4. Non-Latin Script Affinity Group – part of PCC LD4P (Heidi and Jasmin, 5 minutes)

5. Other business?

 

 

 

is correct Romanization for vocalized Tetragammaton (this is a statement of best practices, not a rule.  This practice should be followed in the OCLC master record, but each cataloger has the option to make a different choice in their library’s local catalog based on what would be best for their library and their library users

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