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    Full ISBD Examples Preliminary edition

    Supplement to the preliminary consolidated edition of the International Standard Bibliographic Description (ISBD) Compiled by the ISBD Examples Study Group

    Approved by the ISBD Review Group and the Standing Committee of the Cataloguing Section of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions

    October 2009

    Revised 14 December 2009

    The Hague International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions

    ISBD Review Group

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    CONTENTS

    Introduction............................................................................................................................................... 4 Specification of the examples................................................................................................................... 6 Contributors .............................................................................................................................................. 9 Full ISBD Examples by Language of Cataloguing ..................................................................................11

    Arabic.................................................................................................................................................. 12 Chinese............................................................................................................................................... 20 Croatian .............................................................................................................................................. 28 Danish................................................................................................................................................. 33 Dutch................................................................................................................................................... 40 English ................................................................................................................................................ 44 Finnish ................................................................................................................................................ 58 French................................................................................................................................................. 65 German ............................................................................................................................................... 73 Italian .................................................................................................................................................. 85 Japanese ............................................................................................................................................ 92 Korean .............................................................................................................................................. 104 Portuguese.........................................................................................................................................113 Russian ..............................................................................................................................................119 Spanish ............................................................................................................................................. 133 Swedish ............................................................................................................................................ 146

    Index by GMD (general material designation)...................................................................................... 153

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    ISBD Examples Study Group

    Jaesun Lee (chair) National Library of Korea

    Elena Escolano Rodríguez Biblioteca Nacional, Spain

    Bill Garrison University of South Florida, USA (August 2007–May 2008)

    John Hostage Harvard Law School Library, USA

    Dorothy McGarry University of California, Los Angeles, USA

    ISBD Review Group (as of September 2009)

    Elena Escolano Rodríguez (chair) Biblioteca Nacional, Spain

    Françoise Bourdon Bibliothèque nationale de France (to Aug. 2009)

    Renate Gömpel Deutsche Nationalbibliothek, Germany

    Ben Gu National Library of China

    Mauro Guerrini Università di Firenze, Italy

    Tuula Haapamäki National Library of Finland

    John Hostage Harvard Law School Library, USA

    Lynne C. Howarth Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto, Canada

    Natalia Kasparova Russian State Library

    Irena Kavčič National and University Library, Slovenia

    Jaesun Lee National Library of Korea

    Françoise Leresche Bibliothèque nationale de France

    Dorothy McGarry University of California, Los Angeles, USA

    Eeva Murtomaa National Library of Finland (to Aug. 2009)

    Glenn Patton OCLC Online Computer Library Center, USA

    Mirna Willer University of Zadar, Croatia (to Aug. 2009)

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    Introduction This supplement to the preliminary consolidated edition of the International Standard Bibliographic

    Description (ISBD) provides full examples in sixteen languages of cataloguing, i.e., the languages used

    for notes and other non-transcribed parts of the description. The purpose of the supplement is to

    make it easy to understand the structure of the ISBD and to improve efficiency in the practical

    application of the preliminary consolidated edition of the ISBD. This first issue of the supplement is

    designated as a preliminary edition. The ISBD Review Group did not want to further delay the

    publication to replace the general material designation in the examples with the new Area 0 for

    Content Form and Media Type that was approved in June 2009. After a revised version of the

    consolidated ISBD is released, these examples will be updated to reflect those changes.

    During the meeting of the ISBD Review Group at the 2007 World Library and Information Congress in

    Durban, South Africa, it was agreed to create the supplement after listening to the opinions of people

    from many sectors of the cataloguing community. In November 2007, the submission guidelines for

    ISBD examples were distributed to people who would provide examples. The guidelines included an

    explanation of how to create examples and some model examples.

    Many contributors participated in this project to compile various examples in a variety of languages for

    this supplement. Some of the individuals were from the IFLA Cataloguing Section Standing

    Committee and/or the ISBD Review Group (see the list of example contributors). The others were

    other IFLA section members and participants in the IFLA Meetings of Experts on an International

    Cataloguing Code. The contributors submitted the examples in the languages used in their countries

    so that more than 200 examples cover the following languages of cataloguing: Arabic, Chinese,

    Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese,

    Russian, Spanish, and Swedish.

    From May to October 2008, all examples received were uploaded to the ISBD RG wiki. Many

    comments were made. Examples were corrected in line with those comments, and some questions

    remained for ambiguous comments. The corrected examples were sent to each provider and then

    modified again. After this process, the ISBD RG reviewed and approved the examples. During all

    these processes, many comments helped to make the current ISBD more efficient and practical, and

    made us aware of the importance of examples. As a result of these efforts, the supplement is being

    published only on the IFLA Web site because in the forthcoming consolidated ISBD, the general

    material designation (GMD) will be replaced by a new “content/medium” structure. When the new

    structure is released, the examples also will be revised to take the changes into account.

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    The examples will contribute to increasing the consistency of cataloguing among different countries.

    The work of this supplement was accomplished by contributions and cooperation from contributors of

    the examples and the ISBD Review Group members.

    Seoul, Korea Jaesun Lee, Chair September 2009 ISBD Examples Study Group

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    Specification of the examples Basis of the full examples

    International standard bibliographic description (ISBD) / recommended by the ISBD Review Group ; approved by the Standing Committee of the IFLA Cataloguing

    Section. — Preliminary consolidated ed. — München : K.G. Saur, 2007. — 1 vol.

    (loose-leaf) ; 32 cm. — (IFLA series on bibliographic control ; vol. 32). — ISBN 978-3-

    598-24280-9.

    Scope of the examples

    GMD (general material designation) The following GMDs are authorised for use in the ISBD:

    o Cartographic resource o Electronic resource o Graphic o Hologram* o Microform o Motion picture o Multimedia resource o Notated music o Printed text o Sound recording o Videorecording o Visual pr