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FRBR QUIZ
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1. What does the acronym
FRBR stand for?
1. Functional Requirements for Better
Records
2. Functional Requirements for
Bibliographic Records
3. Functional Records for Big Research
libraries
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2. What is FRBR?
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
A content designation tool
A data model
A cataloging code or standard
A replacement for ISBD
All of the above
None of the above
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the above. FRBR is a conceptual model
that uses aspects of an entity-relationship
model.
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3. How many groups does FRBR
describe?
1.
2.
3.
4.
There are 6 Groups
There are 3 Groups
There are 12 Groups
There are 16 Groups
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groups:
– Group 1 (products of intellectual & artistic
endeavor)
– Group 2 (parties/names)
– Group 3 (subjects)
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4. The names of the FRBR Group 1
entities are:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Names, Families, and Corporate bodies
Entities, Attributes, and Elements
Places, Events, and Concepts
Work, Expression, Manifestation, and
Item
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– Work, Expression, Manifestation, Item
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5. What FRBR Group 1 entity describes
a leather bound autographed copy in a
Rare Books Collection?
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o
o
o
Work
Expression
Manifestation
Item
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6. Which FRBR Group 1 entity
describes a digitized version of the
Oxford University Press text published
in 2008?
o
o
o
o
Work
Expression
Manifestation
Item
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• A digitized version of a work or expression
is a manifestation.
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7. Which FRBR Group 1 entity
describes a French translation?
o
o
o
o
Work
Expression
Manifestation
Item
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• A translation of a work is called an
expression
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8. Which FRBR Group 1 entity
describes a London Symphony
Orchestra 2005 performance?
o
o
o
o
Work
Expression
Manifestation
Item
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• A performance is an expression of a work.
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9. Which FRBR Group 1 entity
describes Hamlet?
o
o
o
o
Work
Expression
Manifestation
Item
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10. Name the FRBR Group 2
entities
1. Persons, Animals, Fictitious characters,
and Planets
2. Corporate bodies, Geographic places,
and Conferences.
3. Concepts, Places, and Events
4. Person, Corporate body, and Family
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Corporate body, Family
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11. Name the FRBR Group 3 entities
1. Concept, Object, Event, Place
2. Subjects, Subdivisions, and Classification
numbers
3. Lions, Tigers, and Bears
4. #1- Plus all of the Group 1 and Group 2
entities
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are:
– Concept, object, event, and place, plus - all
of the Group 1 and Group 2 entities because
these can be the subject of a work (works,
expressions, manifestations, items, persons,
corporate bodies, families)
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12. How many User Tasks does
FRBR describe and what are they?
1. 4 tasks – Find, Identify, Navigate, and
Explore
2. 4 tasks - Find, Select, Acquire, and Buy
3. 4 tasks - Find, Identify, Select, and Obtain
4. 4 tasks – Find, Select, Obtain, and
Describe
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13. What is RDA?
1. The acronym for Resource Description
and Access
2. The new cataloging code
3. The new cataloging standard that
attempts to provide guidelines for the
descriptive cataloging of all resources
4. All of the above
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14. How does FRBR relate to
RDA?
1.
FRBR provides RDA with the underlying framework to
support coverage of all types of content and media
2.
FRBR provides RDA with the underlying framework to
support the flexibility and extensibility needed to
accommodate newly emerging resource characteristics
3.
FRBR provides RDA with the underlying framework to
support the adaptability needed for the data produced to
function within a wide range of technological environments
4.
All of the above
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Quiz prepared by Ana L. Cristán, Policy and Standards Division, Library of Congress
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