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Examples. Expanded form of title proper: Interrogation recording and location system Title proper: IRLS 7.1-ISBD 2010 7.1.1.4.. Expanded form of title proper: Kantoor en efficiency Title proper: K. en E.

When the title proper consists of or includes numbers (see 1.1.3.5), a note on the expanded form may be 5820 given.

Example. Expanded form of title proper: Le zro un Title proper: Le 7.1.1.4 Changes to the title proper 7.1.1.4.1 Serials Major changes to the title proper of a serial require a new description (see A.2.4). For notes on major changes to the title proper of a serial resulting from or leading to changes in its bibliographic history, see 7.2.

Notes on minor changes to the title proper that occur after the first or earliest issue or part are given 5830 together with the numbering of the respective issues or parts, when necessary for identification of the serial or otherwise considered important to users of the catalogue. Alternatively, a note that the title proper varies is given. A general note may be given when scattered issues or parts have a different title proper.

Examples. Issues for 1999- have title: Annual report on pipeline safety Title proper of earliest issue: Annual report of pipeline safety. Issues for Jan. 1928-July 1952 have title: The magazine antiques; issues for Aug.

1952-Feb. 1971 have title: Antiques; issues for Mar. 1971- have title: The magazine antiques Title proper of earliest issue: Antiques 5840. Some issues have title: Viet-Nam bulletin Title proper of earliest issue: Vietnam bulletin. Some issues have title: SLIS newsletter Title proper of earliest issue: Newsletter. Vols. for 1995- have title: Tax strategies for corporate acquisitions, dispositions, spin-offs, joint ventures, financings, reorganizations, and restructuring (varies slightly) Title proper of earliest issue: Tax strategies for corporate acquisitions, dispositions, spinoffs, joint ventures and other strategic alliances. Issues for Oct./Dec. 1995- have title: African woman & health 5850 Title proper of earliest issue: African women & health. Title varies slightly 7.1.1.4.2 Integrating resources Notes are made on titles appearing on earlier iterations of the same integrating resource.

7.1-7 ISBD Examples. Title history: Australian industrial safety, health & welfare, 1979-Mar.. Former titles: Euroinfo international (viewed on May 10, 1998); Telephone directories international (viewed on Sept. 9, 1999) 7.1.1.4.3 Multipart monographic resources If the title proper of a multipart monographic resource changes on a part or parts after the one chosen as 5860 the basis of the description, the new title is given in a note.

Example. Title on vols. 4- : Histoire de la Grande-Bretagne Title proper: Histoire de lAngleterre 7.1.2 Notes on the nature, scope, form, purpose or language of the resource 7.1.2.1 If the nature, purpose, scope, or literary, artistic or musical form cannot be inferred from other elements of the description, a note may be given.

Examples. Play in 3 acts. Poems 5870. Thesis (M.A.). Dissertation. Computer game. Computer program. Programme of performances for the season Title proper: City Theatre. English madrigals. Two pieces for guitar. For string orchestra or string quartet. For 4-6 voices 5880. Originally for piano. Documentary production. Historical time-chart. Interactive adventure game. Spreadsheet, with word processing and graphics capabilities. Simulation model of the U.S. economy structured after the Wharton Econometric Model 7.1-ISBD 2010 7.1.. Combined time series analysis and graph plotting system. Gray-scale image processing program. Internet news service 5890. "Not for navigation". Shows dioceses. Shows names of owners of buildings and other real estate. Shows radial distances from City Hall. Also shows mineral deposits Editorial comment: Map has title Road map... . Shows southernmost extent of the midnight sun 7.1.2.2 Notes on language A note on language is necessary only if the linguistic content is significant and the language of the content cannot be inferred from other elements of the description.

5900 Examples. German text. Legend in English, French and German. Legend in 12 languages. Text in Greek, English and German; place names in Greek and romanized Greek. Text in English and French. Preface in Danish and English. Screen displays in French and English. Parallel Italian and French texts. Papers in English or Japanese; summaries in English 5910. Text in German; summaries and tables of contents in Russian and French 7.1.3 Notes on parallel titles and parallel other title information Parallel titles and parallel other title information may be given in a note when they are not recorded in area 1.

Examples. Issues for July/Aug. 1962-Sept./Oct. 1966 have title also in Chinese: Wen hua. Issues for Oct. 1975- have title in English: The half-yearly law review Editorial comment: English parallel title on earlier issues: Law quarterly review.

. Title in four additional languages 7.1-7 ISBD. French title from title screen: Les techniques de la prvision court terme 5920. Title on added title page: Introduction la langue franaise. English title from container: The four seasons. Other title information from container: Songs of redemption For serials:

Information on parallel titles or parallel other title information appearing on later issues of a serial may be given in a note together with the numbering of the respective issues or parts when considered important to users of the catalogue. Alternatively, a note that parallel titles and/or parallel other title information vary may be given (see 1.2.5.6, 1.3.4.9).

For integrating resources:

5930 Information on parallel titles or parallel other title information appearing on earlier iterations of an integrating resource (including the lack of a parallel title or titles on earlier iterations) may be given in a note when considered important to users of the catalogue (see 1.2.5.6, 1.3.4.9).

7.1.4 Notes on the statements of responsibility Notes on the statements of responsibility may include:

statements of responsibility taken from outside the resource, its container or accompanying textual matter;

notes on variant or expanded forms of names of persons or corporate bodies, notes on pseudonyms, notes on persons or corporate bodies connected with the work that cannot be 5940 included in other areas of the description (because, for example, their function is not specified);

statements of responsibility relating to appendices and other supplementary matter appearing on the resource but not on a prescribed source of information (see 1.4.4.4);

notes on the staging, instrumentation, etc., of performed works notes on persons or bodies connected with the technical production, administrative and consulting functions of the work.

Examples. Attributed to Jonathan Swift. By Voltaire 5950. Drawings by Gordon Davey. Full name of author: Mignon Good Eberhart. Full name of the institute: Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada Title proper: Journal of the Professional Institute 7.1-ISBD 2010 7.1.4.. At head of title: Dept. of Defence. Issues [1]- compiled by: Truong Ky. Attributed to Blaeu by C. Koeman in: Atlantes Neerlandici, vol...., p...

. Prepared by State Highway Dept. 1925-1948; prepared by General Drafting Co.

1949-1955; prepared by Engineering Services 1965; prepared by National Survey 1961-1962; prepared by State Highway Dept. 1963-1969; prepared by Dept. of 5960 Transportation 1970-. "Ground control was supplied by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey". "Plotted... by G. Petrie and D.P. Nicol, University of Glasgow, 1965. Field reconnaissance, 1962, and geomorphological interpretation by R.J. Price as part of Project No. 1469 of the Institute of Polar Studies, the Ohio State University". Drawings by Inigo Jones. Real name of author: Alexander Wolcott. Label on container reads: The Schools Council. Data collected in collaboration with Christiane Klapisch, cole pratique des hautes tudes, Paris 5970. Animated by Gary Simski ; consultation provided by Micro Industries. Systems designer, Henry Letow ; sound, LF Acoustics. Label on container reads: Arizona Arts and Science Council. Content developed by Charles Lytle and William Surver ; videodisc and HyperCard stack design by J. Mark Turner ; HyperCard stack programming by Helen Brooks. Presenter and essayist: Alan Rich. Programmer, Leslie Olfson ; reference manual, Jean Fakourey. Played on an 1841 Erard concert grand. Adaptation, Louis Daquin and Andr Cerf ; dialogue, Roger Vaillant ; music, Jean Wiener ; sound, Lucien Legrand ; decor, Paul Bertrand ; Madeleine Robinson (Julie 5980 Moret), Albert Prjean (Leon Bouquinquant), Roger Pigaut (Pierre Bouquinquant), Jean Vilar (The Priest). Ren Forest, violoncello (1st-2nd works) ; Anton Hammer, horn (3rd work) ; RIASSinfonietta Berlin ; David Atherton (last 2 works), Jiri Starek (remainder), conductors 7.1.4.1 Changes in statements of responsibility For multipart monographic resources:

If there is a change to the statement of responsibility after the first or earliest part of a multipart monographic resource and the new information is necessary for identification or otherwise considered important to users of the catalogue, a note is given.

7.1-7 ISBD For serials:

5990 If there is a change to the statement of responsibility on later issues of a serial that does not require a new description (see A.2.7) and it is necessary for identification of the serial or otherwise considered important to users of the catalogue, a note is given.

For integrating resources:

If an earlier statement of responsibility that is no longer present on the current iteration, or that appeared in a different form on an earlier iteration, is considered important to users of the catalogue, a note is given. If the changes have been numerous, a general note may be given.

Example. Former editor: Matija Babi 6000. Editor varies 7.1.4.2 Source of statement of responsibility If a statement of responsibility has been transcribed from a source other than the preferred source of information, the source of the statement may be given in a note.

Example. Author statement taken from title page verso For older monographic resources:

If the statement of responsibility does not appear directly after the title statement on the preferred source of information, its position is described in a note. Statements of responsibility taken from outside the resource are given in a note with the source of such 6010 information.

Example. Author's name at head of title page. By Ezechiel Spanheim. Source: Deutsches Anonymen-lexikon / Michael Holzmann und Hanns Bohatta, Bd. 1, S. 409, Nr. 7.1-ISBD 2010 7.2.7.2 Notes on the edition area and the bibliographic history of the resource 7.2.1 Source of the edition statement Notes on the source of the edition statement or the statement of responsibility relating to the edition may be given.

For older monographic resources:

6020 When edition information has been obtained from a source other than the prescribed source of information or from part of the preferred source of information preceding the title and statement of responsibility, the source from which such information has been obtained is given in a note.

Example. Edition statement from colophon For electronic resources:

If the edition statement of an electronic resource is taken from a source different from the source of the title proper, the source of the edition statement is given in a note.

Examples 6030. Edition statement from booklet. Edition statement from disk label 7.2.2 Changes to the edition area For serials and multipart monographic resources:

Changes in edition statements that occur after the issue or part used as the basis of description and do not require a new description (see A.2.6.2 (b)) are given in a note when considered important to users of the catalogue.

For integrating resources:

Earlier edition statements that are no longer present on the current iteration or that are in a different form on an earlier iteration and do not require a new description (see A.2.6.3 (a)) 6040 are given in a note when considered important to users of the catalogue.

7.2.3 Bibliographic history of the resource Notes relating to the edition being described or the bibliographic history of the work may be given.

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