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Fwd: [PCCLIST] PCC comments on draft AACR3 Part I (fwd) Renette Davis 09 Mar 2005 14:15 UTC

I'm sure some of you have seen this, but I thought I would pass it on for
those who have not. If you don't have time to read the whole thing, be sure
to at least read the first 2 pages on Process. It's very interesting!

Renette Davis
Head, Serials & Digital Resources Cataloging
University of Chicago Library

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>From: Paul J. Weiss <pweiss@UCSD.EDU>
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>Subject: [PCCLIST] PCC comments on draft AACR3 Part I
>The PCC Secretariat at LC has posted on the PCC website the comments on the
>draft of AACR3 Part I that I submitted to CC:DA as the PCC Liaison to that
>group, preceded by a cover memo. The document is at
> The document is
>structured according to the template for comments that JSC asked its
>constituencies to use. Thanks to the members of the Standing Committee on
>Standards, CONSER, and BIBCO who contributed (within an extremely tight
>timeline!), and to the Secretariat for getting the document posted so quickly!
>As many of you already know, the distribution of draft of AACR3 Part I
>itself is restricted. Even for those of you who do not have access to the
>draft, browsing the PCC comments will give you some sense of the concerns
>we shared with CC:DA. For further information on AACR3, see
> (CC:DA) and
> (for JSC).
>Feel free to forward this email message to other individuals or electronic
>lists. If you have concerns about AACR3's impact on PCC, or about the PCC
>comments, feel free to contact me and/or other PCC leadership.
>Paul J. Weiss
>Chair, PCC Standing Committee on Standards
>Paul J. Weiss
>Head, Monographs Cataloging Division
>Catalog Department
>UCSD Libraries