Twitter cataloging sensation: FakeAACR2

via: Cataloging Futures

New Twitter sensation, FakeAACR2, gently (and not so gently) pokes fun at our beloved Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules (AACR2). The brainchild of library student, Alexandra Beaton. She was recently interviewed by American Libraries.

My favorite tweet so far:

1.0A2b) when a resource is in more than one part, issue, or iteration, determine the basis of a description with Rock, Paper, Scissors.

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by Hugh McLeod

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