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A Study on the Display Considerations of RDA Resource Type
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Display Considerations of RDA Resource Type
Lee, Mihwa;
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 Abstract
This study was to find the display considerations of RDA resource type - content type, media type, and carrier type. The Literature review, the case study, and the survey were used as the research method. 5 display strategies were suggested in this study. First, content and carrier types were better displayed than all 3 types of RDA resources. Second, two kinds of algorithm should be considered for RDA resource icon display. One was the combination of the terms of carrier types plus content types icon. The other was the combination of carrier types icon and content types icon in which the terms reflecting types must be included. Third, the subfield of 33x must be used for the paired display of content type and carrier type of multi-types resources. Fourth, in brief display, resource type icon was better positioned on the left and upper side and in detailed display, resource types were better located in description area. Fifth, 'format' was used as display indication phrase. This study would contribute to the design for the resource display by suggesting the practical display considerations of RDA resource type.
 Keywords
GMD;resource type;content type;media type;carrier type;Resource Description and Access;FRBR;hybrid records;OPAC display;RDA resource type display;
 Language
Korean
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