These pages contain a checklist for videorecording original cataloging following AACR2 at Yale University Library.
To see the RDA version, please check the "YUL Video Cataloging Workflow" (draft) on RDA Toolkit --> Tools --> Workflows --> Local Workflows.
For Fixed Fields, refer to Video: New Cataloging Fixed Fields Checklist at:
For guidelines on searching, selecting, and verifying cataloging copy for video, refer to:
For preliminary record standards for video, refer to:
For special processing instructions for SML/CCL/SSL:
Video Glossary [DRAFT]
The Archival and moving images materials manual on the Cataloger's Desktop does not follow AACR2 or utility guidelines and should generally not be used as a source for decisions. (For example, most of the examples of when to create a new record would be added to the same record if the Archival guidelines were followed; physical description guidelines differ significantly from AACR2; note order does not follow AACR2) However, some examples of notes from this resource will be cited. The glossary is excellent.
DVD demystified FAQ at:
Jeannette Ho. "Cataloging practices and access methods for videos at ARL and public libraries in the United States." Library resources & technical services. Vol. 48, no. 2 (April 2004), p. 107-121.
OLAC, Inc. Guide to cataloging DVD and Blu-ray discs using AACR2r and MARC 21. 2008 Update. http://www.olacinc.org/drupal/capc_files/DVD_guide_final.pdf
Nancy B. Olson. Edited by Sheila Intner and Edward Swanson. Cataloging of Audiovisual Materials and Other Special Materials. 4th ed. DeKalb, Ill. : Minnesota Scholarly Press, 1998. pp. -174.
Mary Beth Weber. Cataloging nonprint and internet resources. New York : Neal-Schuman. c2002.
Jay Weitz. "Videorecording cataloging: problems and pointers." Cataloging & Classification Quarterly. v. 31, no. 2, 2001, pp. 53-83.