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 +====== Using RIMMF. Tutorial #17, Import a Bib record from a non-LC library catalog, for a related motion picture ======
 +
 +In this tutorial, we are going to learn about importing a Bib record from a library catalog for a video that contains a Work that is related to a Work that is already in the EI. This process has many issues, including incomplete MARC mapping in RIMMF.
 +
 +**//NON-CATALOGERS MIGHT PREFER TO SKIP THIS TUTORIAL//** and proceed to [[detailstutorial17|Tutorial #18]]
 +
 +**//You have been warned!//**
 +
 +===== Open RIMMF =====
 +
 +  * Open RIMMF
 +  * Make sure that you are using the 'Goudge' data folder that you created in [[detailstutorial1|Tutorial #1]]
 +  * If necessary, change to that data folder (see: [[howto:changedatafolder|Change to a different folder of RIMMF records]])
 +
 +==== Alternate: Use a pre-built folder ====
 +
 +If you want to jump to this tutorial without doing the previous tutorials, follow the [[menu:downloadweb | "Download Web Folder" instructions]] and download the following folder from our website:
 +  * http://rimmf.com/data/zips/AfterTutorial_16.zip
 +
 +  If you intend to use this file to proceed through the remaining tutorials, 
 +    remember that it is located in your '\RIMMF3\imports\zip' folder.
 +
 +===== Find and Export a Bib Record from a non-LC Catalog (not using <F3>) =====
 +  * Stay at the Main Menu
 +
 +  For this tutorial, I found a record for us to export and import
 +    in a public catalog that allows export of MARC records.
 +
 +  * Open this link in another browser page or tab: http://catalog.lib.rochester.edu/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=4109560
 +
 +  This opens the record for: 
 +    "Green Dolphin Street [videorecording] / Turner Entertainment Co"
 +
 +  * Click the <Export> option (far rightof the screen)
 +    * Choose format: UTF-8 MARC
 +    * Click <Click to Export>
 +  * Save the record to somewhere where you can find it easily (e.g., your Desktop)
 +
 +  Unless you rename it, the record will be called 'exportRecord'.
 +
 +===== Import the Bib Record =====
 +
 +  * Find the record
 +  * Drag and drop the record onto the RIMMF Main Menu
 +
 +  Wait--this will take awhile
 +    because RIMMF is importing a lot of records.
 +  
 +  Notice that this process works exactly like an <F3> import does;
 +    and notice that Goudge is unchecked
 +    and RIMMF found matching NAF Authority records for 
 +    all sorts of people associated with the Bib record.
 +
 +  * Click the down arrow by the <Import> button
 +    * Select <Selected records>
 +    * Click <OK> for '12 records imported'
 +
 +===== Edit the Manifestation =====
 +
 +  * Close the R-Tree
 +
 +  * Open the Manifestation in the Videocassette template 
 +    * Click on the Manifestation heading in the EI ("Green Dolphin Street. MGM/UA Home Video. 1991. Videocassette"; towards the end of the list)
 +    * Click on the down arrow beside the <Open selection> button
 +    * Choose a template: <manifestation template TMQ.Videocassette.Simple>
 +
 +  Using the videocassette template, 
 +    will remind us about additional data
 +    that we might need to add.
 +
 +  * View the source record:
 +    * <Ctrl+Alt+S>
 +
 +  We have quite a bit of editing to do.
 +
 +  Notice the 508 actually contains Statement of responsibility data: 
 +    "Directed by Victor Saville ; produced by Carey Wilson ; 
 +    screenplay by Samson Raphaelson."
 +
 +  * Click on the element label for: 'Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper' 
 +    * <F2>
 +      * Enter: **directed by Victor Saville**
 +    * <F2>
 +      * Enter: **produced by Carey Wilson**
 +    * <F2>
 +      * Enter: **screenplay by Samson Raphaelson**
 +        * <Enter>
 +    * Delete the Note on Manifestation that contains this information
 +      * Click on the text field
 +      * <F11>
 +
 +  Notice the 511 in the MARC record
 +    now maps to Note on Statement of Responsibility
 +
 +  The 'Videocassette' template that you chose, 
 +    added the following constant data:
 +    - Mode of Issuance: single unit (this is ok, since there is only 1 cassette)
 +    - Media Type: video
 +    - Carrier Type: videocassette
 +    - Type of Unit (Other): videocassette
 +    - Video Format: VHS
 +
 +   * Click on the 'Extent statement'
 +
 +  It is ok that the duration disappeared, 
 +    it belongs in the Expression data, not here.
 +
 +
 +  Notice 'VHS' in 538 of the MARC record
 +    that was already provided for you,
 +    by the constant data in the template.
 +
 +  * Save the  Manifestation record
 +
 +  * Go to the Expression Manifested
 +    * Right-click on the link
 +    * Choose <Open this Expression--in a template>
 +    * Select <expression template TMQ.2Dmovingimage>
 +
 +
 +===== Edit the Expression =====
 +
 +  As you go down the list of common Expression elements
 +    for a video, look at the MARC record, 
 +    to see whether there is anything 
 +    you could add or edit in the Expression data.
 +
 +  Notice that 'Date of Expression' is: 1991
 +    RIMMF copied that from the Date of Publication,
 +    but it is highly likely that this work
 +    was actually first expressed as a motion picture
 +    at an earlier date.
 +  
 +  Research (Wikipedia) indicates that the motion picture
 +    first came out in 1947
 +
 +  * Change the 'Date of Expression' to: **1947**
 +
 +  Notice that Colour Content is already filled in,
 +    correctly: as per 'b&w' in the 300$b
 +    
 +  Notice that 'Sound Content' is already filled in,
 +    correctly: as per 'sd.' in the 300$b
 +
 +  Notice the duration in the 300$a 
 +    has been correctly mapped to the Duration element
 +
 +  * Delete the following Contributors and Actors:
 +    * Right-click on the text box
 +    * Choose <Remove link to this ... >
 +    * Click <Yes>
 +      * Goudge (belongs as a Related Work link)
 +      * Turner Entertainment (belongs as a Work link)
 +      * MGM/UA Home Video (belongs as a Manifestation link--but not required)
 +
 +  * Save the record
 +
 +  * Go to the Work Expressed
 +    * Right-click on the link
 +    * Choose <Open this Work--in a template>
 +    * Choose <work template TMQ.MotionPicture.txt>
 +      * <OK>
 +
 +===== Edit the Work =====
 +
 +  As you go down the list of common Work elements
 +    for a video, look at the MARC record, 
 +    to see whether there is anything 
 +    you could add or edit in the Work data.
 +
 +  Let's add the 'Form of Work' data to the AAP for the Work.
 +
 +  * Click on the AAP checkbox for 'Form of Work'
 +
 +  Notice that 'Date of Work is: 1991
 +    RIMMF copied that from the Date of Publication,
 +    but we already know that the motion picture
 +    first came out in 1947
 +
 +  * Change the 'Date of Work' to: 1947
 +
 +  We know from the Wikipedia article, that this motion picture
 +    originated in the U.S.
 +
 +  * Click on the text box for 'Place of Origin of the Work'
 +    * Enter: U.S. (as per [[http://access.rdatoolkit.org/rdaappb_rdab-597.html|RDA Appendix B11]])
 +
 +  Notice the 500$a Not rated
 +
 +  * Click on the text box for 'Intended Audience'
 +    * Enter: Not rated
 +
 +  Notice that a Screenwriter link has been made for 
 +    Raphaelson, as per his $e code in the MARC record.
 +    
 +  Although he is, indeed, screenwriter for this movie,
 +    and is the Creator/Screenwriter for the screenplay
 +    on which this movie is based,
 +    he is not considered a Creator for this movie.
 +  
 +  This is still under debate,
 +    but I recommend that you delete him as Screenwriter
 +    and add him as a Related work entry for his screenplay.
 +
 +  * Delete the Screenwriter link:
 +    * Right-click on the text box
 +    * Choose <Remove link to this ... >
 +    * Click <Yes>
 +
 +  * Click on the AAP to update it
 +  * Clear the Variant Access Point (VAP) data, which is now (basically) the same as the AAP <F6>
 +
 +  Notice that Saville and Wilson have been added
 +   as Director and Producer, as per the $e codes
 +   in the MARC record.
 +
 +  * Click on the 'Producer' label
 +    * <F4>
 +    * Type 'Other Person'
 +    * Choose 'Other Person, Family, or Corporate Body Associated with a Work'
 +      * <Tab>
 +      * Click on the label
 +      * Choose 'Production Company'
 +      * <Tab>
 +    * <F5>
 +    * Link to (EI)
 +    * Choose: Turner Entertainment Co.
 +
 +  Add a Related Work link for the original work.
 +
 +  * Click on the text box for: 'Motion Picture Adaptation Of (Work)'
 +    * <F5>
 +    * <Link to (EI)>
 +    * Choose: Goudge, Elizabeth, 1900-1984. Green Dolphin Country
 +
 +===== Add a Related Work link for the screenplay =====
 +
 +  * Click on the text box for 'Motion Picture Screenplay (Work)'
 +    * <F5>
 +    * Choose <Create new Work>
 +    * Choose template: <work template TMQ.Screenplay.txt> 
 +    * <OK>
 +
 +  Create a brief Work record for the Screenplay,
 +    using the title of the motion picture as its preferred title
 +    and the screenwriter as its creator.
 +
 +    * Enter as 'Preferred Title for the Work': Green Dolphin Street
 +
 +  Screenplay is already provided 
 +    as constant data for Form of Work in the template
 +  
 +  We also want to add that term to the AAP for the Work
 +
 +    * Click the AAP checkbox for 'Screenplay'
 +
 +  * Click in the text box for: 'Screenwriter'
 +    * <F5>
 +    * <Link to EI>
 +    * Choose Raphaelson
 +
 +  * Click on the AAP
 +  * Add "(Screenplay)" to the Variant Access Point
 +
 +  * Choose as 'Status of Identification': fully established
 +  * Enter as 'Source Consulted': http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_Dolphin_Street
 +
 +  As you can see the backlink to the motion picture Work
 +    has already been added.
 +  
 +  Now we need to add a link to the original novel
 +
 +  * Click on the text box for: 'Motion Picture Screenplay Based On (Work)'
 +    * <F5>
 +    * <Link to (EI)>
 +    * Choose: Goudge, Elizabeth, 1900-1984. Green Dolphin Country
 +
 +  That's all we need for the screenplay
 +
 +  * Close and SAVE the Work record for the screenplay
 +
 +  * Save the Work record for the motion picture
 +
 +===== View the R-Tree =====
 +
 +  * Click <R-Tree>, from the Work record
 +  * Expand the three plus signs [+]
 +
 +   
 +  [-] Work: Green Dolphin Street (Motion picture)
 +    Director: Saville, Victor, 1895-1979
 +    [-] Expression of work: Raphaelson, Samson, 1896-1983. Green Dolphin Street. Two-dimensional moving image
 +         Actor: Turner, Lana, 1921-1995
 +         Actor: Heflin, Van, 1910-1971
 +         Actor: Reed, Donna, 1921-1986
 +         Actor: Hart, Richard, 1915-1951  
 +         Manifestation of expression: Green Dolphin Street. MGM/UA Home Video. 1991. Videocassette
 +    [-] Motion picture adaptation of (work): Goudge, Elizabeth, 1900-1984. Green Dolphin Country
 +         Adapted as motion picture screenplay (work): Raphaelson, Samson, 1896-1983. Green Dolphin Street (Screenplay)
 +         Author: Goudge, Elizabeth, 1900-1984
 +         Expression of work: Goudge, Elizabeth, 1900-1984. Green Dolphin Country. Text. English
 +    [-] Motion picture screenplay (work): Raphaelson, Samson, 1896-1983. Green Dolphin Street (Screenplay)
 +          Motion picture screenplay based on (work): Goudge, Elizabeth, 1900-1984. Green Dolphin Country
 +          Screenwriter: Raphaelson, Samson, 1896-1983
 +    Producer: Wilson, Carey, 1889-1962
 +    Production Company: Turner Entertainment Co.
 +
 +===== End this Tutorial =====
 +
 +  * Close everything
 +
 +If you are finished playing with RIMMF for now, close RIMMF. If you want to proceed, go to [[detailstutorial18|Tutorial #18]] 
  
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