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 +====== The RIMMF Columns ======
 +**//NEEDS UPDATING//**
 +
 +{{:details:rimmfcolumns.png|}}
 +
 +===== Element Name =====
 +This is the underlying RIMMF name of the element (you don't really want to look at this, it is not very pretty)
 +
 +===== Element Label =====
 +This is the official RDA name of the element (or the RIMMF name, if it is not an RDA element)
 + 
 +===== Text =====
 +This is where you fill in data
 +
 +===== RDA Rule =====
 +This is a link that will jump you directly to the rule number listed in the column, which will tell you:
 +  * what kind of data you can enter for the element (Scope)
 +  * where to find the data (Source)
 +  * how to record the data (Recording ...)
 +
 +===== Data Entry =====
 +This is a brief reminder of how to record the data for this element:
 +  * **choose/record**: chose a Name, Title, or Term and enter your choice
 +  * **choose/record, but ...** : chose a Name, Title, or Term , but see the rule indicated before entering your choice
 +  * **cite**: enter the data in a prescribed format
 +  * **construct**: construct an Authorized Access Point, as per the instructions for the entity
 +  * **link**: make a link to another entity
 +  * **make**: make a note, using your own words
 +  * **prepare**: prepare a description, according to the instructions provided
 +  * **provide**: make a description, using your own words
 +  * **record**: enter data that you see on the resource, or find elsewhere, but not necessarily exactly as it is provided
 +  * **record, but ...** : enter data that you see on the resource, or find elsewhere, but not necessarily exactly as it is provided, and see the rule for futher instructions
 +  * **reference**: make a reference to a related entity, using one of the methods provided in the rule
 +  * **system supplied**: do nothing, this data is supplied for you
 +  * **transcribe**: put down what you see
 +  * **transcribe, but ...** : put down what you see, but check the rule provided, for exceptions
 +  * **vocab**: pick a term from a closed list
 +  * **vocab+**: pick a term from an open list, or use your own term, if none of the terms provided are sufficient
 +
 +===== Source =====
 +This tells us (rather cryptically) where to look on the resource for the data to enter for the element:
 +
 +  * **ASWR+**: Another Source Within the Resource + Others (see rule)
 +  * **ASWR**: Another Source Within the Resource
 +  * **Any**: Any sources
 +  * **EPbRI**: Evidence Presented By the Resource Itself (see 2.2.2.1)
 +  * **Gazatteers**: Gazatteers and other reference sources + (see rule)
 +  * **IAiCoREE**: Information Appearing only in the Content of the Resources Embodying the Expression
 +  * **IAiCoREW**: Information Appearing only in the Content of the Resources Embodying the Work 
 +  * **ISSN+**: The ISSN register + Others (see rule)
 +  * **OS**: Other Sources of information (see 2.2.4)
 +  * **OSAPiREE**: Other Statements Appearing Prominently in the Resources Embodying the Expression
 +  * **OSAPiREW**: Other Statements Appearing Prominently in the Resources Embodying the Work
 +  * **PSOI+**: Preferred Source of Information + Others (see rule)
 +  * **PSOIEI+**: Preferred Source of Information from Earlier Iteration + Others (see rule)
 +  * **PSOILI+**: Preferred Source of Information from Later Issues or parts + Others (see rule)
 +  * **REW**: Resources embodying the work
 +  * **RR**: Resources and References
 +  * **RS**: Reference sources
 +  * **SAoPSoIiREE**: Statements Appearing on the Preferred Sources of Information (see 2.2.2) in Resources Embodying the Expression
 +  * **SAoPSoIiREW**: Statements Appearing on the Preferred Sources of Information (see 2.2.2) in Resources Embodying the Work
 +  * **SSACPDoE+**: Same Source as Corresponding Parallel Designation of Edtion + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSACPDoNRoE+**: Same Source as the Corresponding Parallel Designation of a Named Revision of an Edtion + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSaCPTPS+**: Same Source As the Corresponding Title Proper of the Series + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSACPTPSS+**: Same Source As the Corresponding Title Proper of the SubSeries + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSACPTPSS+**: Same Source As the Corresponding Title Proper of the SubSeries + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSACTP+**: Same Source As the Corresponding Title Proper + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSADN+**: Same Source As the Distributor's Name + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSADoE+**: Same Source As Designation of Edition + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSADoE:** Same Source As Designation of Edition 
 +  * **SSADoNRoE+**: Same Source as the Designation of a Named Revision of an Edition + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSADoNRoE**: Same Source as the Designation of a Named Revision of an Edtion
 +  * **SSAMN+**: Same Source As the Manufacturer's Name + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSAPoD+**: Same Source As the Place of Distribution + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSAPoM+**: Same Source As the Place of Manufacture + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSAPoPr+**: Same Source As the Place of Production + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSAPoPubr+**: Same Source As the Place of Publication + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSAPrN+**: Same Source As the Producer's Name + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSAPubN+**: Same Source As the Publisher's Name + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSATP+**: Same Source As the Title Proper + Others (see rule)
 +  * **SSATP**: Same Source As the Title Proper
 +  * **SSATPS**: Same Source As the Title Proper of the Series
 +  * **SSATPSS**: Same Source As the Title Proper of the SubSeries
 +  * **SSATPSS**: Same Source As the Title Proper of the SubSeries
 +  * **STP+**: Series Title Page + Others (see rule)
 +
 +
 +===== RDA-Core =====
 +This tells us whether RDA says the data for the element is:
 +
 +  * **ENH**: not core, but can be added if you think it useful
 +  * **CORE**: must be added if applicable and readily ascertainable (0.6.2)
 +  * **COREbut**: must be added, but only under specified circumstances (see the rule for details)
 +  * **COREif**: must be added, but only the first, or only ... (see the rule for details)
 +
 +===== LCPS-Core =====
 +This tells us whether LC PCC PS says the data for the element is: 
 +  * **ENH**: not core, but can be added if you think it useful
 +  * **CORE**: must be added if applicable and readily ascertainable (0.6.2)
 +  * **COREbut**: must be added, but only under specified circumstances (see the rule for details)
 +  * **COREif**: must be added, but only the first, or only … (see the rule for details)
 +
 +The LC PCC Policy Statements often have us add elements that RDA says are not core, because we need that data for library-specific purposes
 +
 +===== TMQ-Core =====
 +This tells us whether TMQ/RIMMF says the data for the element is: 
 +  * **ENH**: not core, but can be added if you think it useful
 +  * **CORE**: must be added if applicable and readily ascertainable (0.6.2)
 +  * **COREbut**: must be added, but only under specified circumstances (see the rule for details)
 +  * **COREif**: must be added, but only the first, or only … (see the rule for details)
 +
 +TMQ sometimes suggests that you add elements that RDA says are not core, because we need that data for library-specific or RIMMF-specific purposes
 +
 +===== Marc2Rda/B =====
 +
 +===== Rda2Marc/B =====
 +
 +===== Marc2Rda/A =====
 +
 +===== Rda2Marc/A =====
 +
 +===== MapAsAAP =====
 +
 +===== AAP =====
 +
  
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