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Introduction to Cataloging Integrating Resources Debra F. Spidal Washington State University, Pullman Idaho Library Association Region 2 Conference, 8.

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1 Introduction to Cataloging Integrating Resources Debra F. Spidal Washington State University, Pullman Idaho Library Association Region 2 Conference, 8 May 2009, Moscow, ID

2 Presentation Overview Cataloging Resources First Steps in Cataloging Step by Step through the MARC tags Discussion/Questions

3 Cataloging Resources Integrating Resources: a Cataloging Manual Cataloging Electronic Resources: OCLC-MARC Coding Guidelines ronicresources/ Guidelines for Coding Electronic Resources in Leader/06 Guidelines for the Use of Field 856 SCCTP: Integrating Resources Cataloging

4 First Steps in Cataloging Determine aspect you are cataloging, e.g. whole or part Determine issuance Determine primary content (MARC Type of Record and OCLC workform) Determine iteration you have

5 Type of Issuance Finite resources Monographs Multi-parts Continuing resources Serials Updates remain discrete Integrating resources Updates do not remain discrete This slide is borrowed from the Library of Congress

6 Types of Integrating Resources Updating loose-leaf materials Updating databases Updating websites Finite Ongoing

7 Bibliographic Level “i” for integrating resources “m” for monographs “s” for serials

8 Type of Record Type “a” - Online texts even with search engines - Aggregator services - Portal pages of text links to other resources - Online catalogs - Numeric data in tabular form Type “m” - Computer software - Numeric data - Computer-oriented multimedia - Online systems or services

9 Type of Record – Cont. Type “e” for Cartographic content Type “i” or “j” for Sound recordings Type “g” for Video recordings Use “m” when in doubt.

10 008 Record Type = “a” or other as appropriate Bib Lvl = “i” S/L = “2” Form = “s” Srce = “d” Place of publication from 260 $a

11 008 Cont. Type of date “c” = currently published “d” = ceased “u” = unknown Date 1 Give date from 260 $c or 362 Date if active or date from 260 or 362 if ceased

12 006 Additional Material Characteristics Continuing resource/serial always add 006 with form “m”

13 007 Physical Description Code at least the first two positions for electronic resources 007 c $b r $d m $e n $f u

14 008 for City of Moscow website CR workform Type: a ELvl: k Srce: d GPub: Ctrl: Lang: eng BLvl: i Form: s Conf: 0 Freq: u MRec: Ctry: idu S/L: 2 Orig: s EntW: Regl: x Alph: Desc: a SrTp: w Cont: DtSt: c Dates:200u, ER: Form: m File: d 007 c $b r $d m $e n

15 Author Very unusual to have Author main entry; sometimes corporate author main entry for government websites 110 1_ Moscow (Idaho) 110 2_ Library of Congress

16 Title $h [GMD] City of Moscow $h [electronic resource] Use 246 for variant titles 246 1_ $i Title in HTML header: $a City of Moscow, Idaho home page

17 Statement of Responsibility Optional under CONSER Standard Record Give if explicit on website Use notes for ambiguous information / $c City of Moscow / $c by Bill Arnett

18 Edition Give if present. May be Version or Update statement 250 Version Release no. 12

19 Publication, Distribution, Etc. The whole website is the Chief source 260 Moscow, Idaho : $b City of Moscow. Generally do not include date here unless you know you have the first or last iteration.

20 Physical Description Do not use for websites

21 Current Publication Frequency Give if known 310 Updated daily 310 Updated monthly 310 Updated continuously Should match fixed fields

22 Dates of Publication Record beginning and ending dates _ Began ca _ Began between 1995 and Do not use both 362 and 260 $c, one or the other.

23 Mode of Access Note Use only for access methods other than World Wide Web 538 Mode of Access: Gopher

24 System Requirements Give system requirements only for non- standard software, not for free downloads e.g. Adobe Reader 538 System requirements: Microsoft Word 2000 or later

25 Source of Title Proper Combine with latest issue consulted note 500 Title from home page (viewed Apr. 22, 2009).

26 Summary Note Include brief summary of contents 520 __ City of Moscow, Idaho home page provides access to local event, city employment opportunities, city government information and contacts.

27 Added Entries Add as needed to provide controlled access point 710 2_ Smithsonian Institution.

28 856 Field(s) $u Do not include public notes in master records.

29 Subject Headings and Classification Provide general topical or geographic headings as appropriate Use form headings with caution; read scope notes carefully Classification provides an additional access point for browsing the OPAC

30 Title Changes Record new title in 245; old title in Moscow, Idaho live $h [electronic resource] City of Moscow $f 500 __ Title from home page (viewed on June 22, 2009). Add additional notes if explanation is needed. Do not create new records for title changes.

31 Copy Cataloging & Major Changes Searching for Copy When to create a new record When to go back to the books

32 Something to Consider Just because it is on the World Wide Web does not mean it is an Integrating Resource Just because it is an Integrating Resource does not mean you use the Continuing Resources Workform

33 Discussion/Questions?


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