9.33 — Supplementary content

Contents:

9.33.1 Element information

9.33.1.1 Link to RDA Toolkit

9.33.1.2 Sources of information

9.33.2 RDA definition and scope

9.33.2.1 An indication of the kinds of expression that supplement the main expressions that are embodied by an augmentation aggregate.

9.33.21 DCRMR elaboration of scope

9.33.21.1 Supplementary content includes indexes, bibliographies, appendices, etc.

9.33.3 General rule

9.33.3.1 List supplementary content, either selectively or fully, if it is considered important to show the presence of material not implied by the rest of the description or to stress components of particular importance.

Example:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 43-58)

Example:
Includes bibliographical references

Example:
Includes index

Example:
“List of the author’s unpublished poems”: pages 151-158

Example:
With a list of subscribers

Example:
Prospectus and bookseller’s advertisements on pages 77-[80]

Example:
Publisher’s advertisements on [2] pages at end
(Comment: Advertisements integral to manifestation; see 6.21.4235.1)

Example:
Final unnumbered sequence contains: “An abstract of the penal-laws”

9.33.31 Errata leaves and slips

9.33.31.1 Always note the presence of errata leaves and errata slips. Record errata leaves (but not errata slips) in Extent of manifestation whether or not they are integral to a gathering (see 6.21.423.1). Note the presence of errata listed in other sources in the manifestation if considered important.

Example:
Errata on last leaf

Example:
With an errata slip

Example:
With an errata slip pasted onto a blank leaf after the title page

Example:
Errata on page [47]


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