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1 5-1 Session 5: Working with Copy: Finding Appropriate Records How do I identify the "most appropriate" serial record? –Is it the same publication? –Is it for the appropriate physical format? –Do the dates fit? –Is the record AACR2? –How authoritative is the record?

2 5-2 Is the Publication the Same? What to look for: Description MARC Tag ISSN 022 Title and statement of responsibility 245 $a, $n, $p, and $c Publisher 260 $b Dates of publication 362 and 008 fixed field dates Issuing body note and heading 550, 710 Subject headings 6xx Links (earlier/later) 780/785

3 5-3 Example Cover: CRITIQUE studies in contemporary fiction Volume 40, No. 3 Spring 1999 Verso of cover: CRITIQUE: Studies in Contemporary Fiction (ISSN ) is published quarterly by Heldref Publications, 1319 Eighteenth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C …

4 5-4 Record 1 Type a ELvl Srce c GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq b MRec Ctry nyu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt d Dates 1946, $a //r $a $ $a (OCoLC) $a DLC $c DNGA $d InU $d DLC $d NSDP $d m/c $a lc $a nsdp $a N1 $b.C $a 709/.04 $ $a Critique (New York, N.Y.) $a Critique $b (New York, N.Y.) $a Critique $b (New York, N.Y.) $a Critique.

5 5-5 Record 1 (continued) $a New York : $b [s.n.], $c $a 1 v. : $b ill. ; $c 24 cm $a Bimonthly, $b Jan.-Feb $a Monthly, $b Oct.-Nov $a Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 1946)-v. 1, no. 3 (Jan./Feb. 1947) $a A review of contemporary art $a Title from cover $a Editor: Oct D. Loshak and others $a Art $v Periodicals $a Art, Modern $y 20th century $v Periodicals $a Loshak, David.

6 5-6 Record 2 Type a ELvl Srce c GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq f MRec Ctry stk S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph Desc SrTp p Cont b DtSt c Dates 1973, $a //r $a $2 z $a (OCoLC) $a DLC $c DLC $d OCoLC $d NST $d AIP $d NST $d MH $a lc $a ee----- $a e-ur $a DK246 $b.C $a 320.9/47/ $a Critique $b (Glasg.) $a Critique $b (Glasgow) $a Critique.

7 5-7 Record 2 (continued) $a [Glasgow] $a 31 Cleveden Road, G12 OPH $a v. $c 21 cm $a $ $a v. 1- spring $a "A new journal of Soviet studies and Socialist theory." $a Soviet Union $x Politics and government $v Periodicals $a Europe, Eastern $x Politics and government $v Periodicals $a Socialism $v Periodicals.

8 5-8 Record 3 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq q MRec Ctry dcu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1956, $a //r $a $ $a $b USPS $a (OCoLC) $a MnMULS $c MnMULS $a lc $a nsdp $a PN3503 $b.C $a $a Critique (Bolingbroke Society)

9 5-9 Record 3 (continued) $a Critique - Bolingbroke Soc $a Critique - Bolingbroke Society $a Critique $a [Minneapolis, Minn. : $b Bolingbroke Society, $a Heldref Publications, 4000 Albermarle St., N.W., Washington, DC $a v. ; $c cm $a Quarterly, $b fall $a Three times a year, $b winter 1956-spring $a Began with: v. 1, no. 1 (winter 1956).

10 5-10 Record 3 (continued) $a Some vols. have also special titles $a Published: Atlanta, Ga., -spring 1982; Washington, D.C. : Heldref Publications, fall $a Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (summer 1957); title from cover $a Lacks date designation, -v. 23, no $a Fiction $y 20th century $x History and criticism $v Periodicals $a Bolingbroke Society $t Faulkner studies $w (OCoLC)

11 5-11 Is the Record for the Same Physical Format? What to look for: Description MARC Tag Fixed fields form coding 008, 006, and 007 General Material Designation (GMD) 245 $h Physical description 300 Other physical format note 530 Reproduction note 533 Electronic access 856

12 5-12 Example Cover: VANITY FAIR March 1999 Table of contents p. 24: VANITY FAIR March 1999 No 463 Masthead page: Vanity Fair is published by The Condé Nast Publications, Inc. Condé Nast Building, 350 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10017

13 5-13 Record 1 Type a ELvl I Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form a Conf 0 Freq m MRec Ctry nyu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1914, $a //r912 $z sn $z sn $a BHP $c BHP 007 $a h $b b $d b $e d $a $a Vanity fair (New York, N.Y.) $a Vanity fair $b (New York, N.Y.) $a Vanity fair $h [microform] $a [New York : $b Vanity Fair Pub. Co., $c $a v. : $b ill. ; $c cm $a Monthly $a [Vol. 1, no. 5 (Jan. 1914)]-

14 5-14 Record 1 (continued) $a Imprint varies: New York, NY : Condé Nast Publications, $a Issues for Jan Feb called also v. 1, no. 5-v. 45, no $a Microfilm. $b Foster City, CA : $c Information Access Co., $e cartridges : negative ; 16 mm. $f (Magazine collection) $a Absorbed by: Vogue, Mar. 1936; resumed publication Mar with v. 46, no $a Issued also in an Italian ed. (with different textual content) under title: Vanity fair Italia, June $a Information Access Company $t Vanity fair Italia $w (DLC) $w (OCoLC) $t Dress & vanity fair $w (OCoLC) $w (DLC)sf $t Vogue $x $g Mar Feb $w (DLC) $w (OCoLC) $a Magazine collection.

15 5-15 Record 2 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq m MRec Ctry nyu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1914, $a //r912 $z sn $z sn $a $ $a $b USPS $a (OCoLC) $a ViU $c ViU … $a nsdp $a lc $a AP2 $b.V $a Vanity fair (New York, N.Y.) $a Vanity fair $b (N. Y. N. Y.) $a Vanity fair $b (New York, N.Y.) $a Vanity fair.

16 5-16 Record 2 (continued) $a [New York : $b Vanity Fair Pub. Co., $c $a v. : $b ill. ; $c cm $a Monthly $a [Vol. 1, no. 5 (Jan. 1914)] $a Imprint varies: N.Y., N.Y. : Condé Nast Publications $a Issues for Jan Feb called also v. 1, no. 5-v. 45, no $a Issues for Mar July 1995 called v. 46, no. 1-v. 58, no. 7; for Aug called no. 420-

17 5-17 Record 2 (continued) $a Absorbed by: Vogue, Mar. 1936; resumed publication Mar with v. 46, no $a Issued also in an Italian ed. (with different textual content) under title: Vanity fair Italia, June $t Vanity fair Italia $w (DLC) $w (OCoLC) $t Dress & vanity fair $w (OCoLC) $w (DLC)sf $t Vogue $x $g Mar Feb $w (DLC) $w (OCoLC)

18 5-18 Do the Dates Fit? What to look for: Description MARC Tag Dates of coverage Fixed field dates (008) Publication dates 260 $c Designation(s) 362 "Description based on" note 500 or 588 Other notes 5XX

19 5-19 Issue in Hand for March 1999: Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq m MRec Ctry nyu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1914, $a //r912 $z sn $z sn $a $ $a $b USPS $a (OCoLC) $a ViU $c ViU … $a nsdp $a lc $a AP2 $b.V $a Vanity fair (New York, N.Y.) $a Vanity fair $b (N. Y. N. Y.) $a Vanity fair $b (New York, N.Y.) $a Vanity fair.

20 5-20 Example (continued) $a [New York : $b Vanity Fair Pub. Co., $c $a v. : $b ill. ; $c cm $a Monthly $a [Vol. 1, no. 5 (Jan. 1914)] $a Imprint varies: N.Y., N.Y. : Condé Nast Publications $a Issues for Jan Feb called also v. 1, no. 5- v. 45, no $a Issues for Mar July 1995 called v. 46, no. 1-v. 58, no. 7; for Aug called no. 420-

21 5-21 Example (continued) $a Absorbed by: Vogue, Mar. 1936; resumed publication Mar with v. 46, no $a Issued also in an Italian ed. (with different textual content) under title: Vanity fair Italia, June $t Vanity fair Italia $w (DLC) $w (OCoLC) $t Dress & vanity fair $w (OCoLC) $w (DLC)sf $t Vogue $x $g Mar Feb $w (DLC) $w (OCoLC)

22 5-22 Is the Record AACR2? What to look for: Description MARC Tag Fixed field: descriptive008, Desc a (AACR2) cataloging code (ISBD punctuation)

23 5-23 Microform Record 1: (pre-AACR2) Type a Elvl I Srce d Gpub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form a Conf 0 Freq m Mrec Ctry nyu S/L 1 Orig EntW Regl r Alph Desc SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1876, $a Library journal $a American library journal $f v $a New York, [etc.] $b R.R. Bowker [etc.] $a v. $b illus., maps, ports. $c cm $a Semimonthly (monthly July and August), $b Jan. 1, $a Monthly, $b Sept Dec $a v. 1- Sept $a Microfilm. $b Ann Arbor, Mich., $c Xerox University Microfilms, $d $e reels. 16 mm.

24 5-24 Microform Record 2: (AACR2) Type a Elvl I Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form a Conf 0 Freq u Mrec Ctry nyu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl u Alph Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1877, $a Library journal $h [microform] : $b LJ $a LJ $a New York : $b F. Leypoldt, $c $a v. : $b ill. ; $c 25 cm $a Semimonthly (monthly, July-Aug.), $b Jan. 1, $a Monthly, $b Sept Dec $a Vol. 2, no. 1 (Sept. 1877) $a Microfilm. $b Ann Arbor, Mich. : $c University Microfilms. $e microfilm reels ; 35 mm $t American library journal $w (DLC)sn $w (OCoLC)

25 5-25 How Authoritative is the Record? CONSER authentication codes (042 field): Specific agencies: pccProgram for Cooperative Cataloging lc Library of Congress [Superseded by “pcc”] lcacLC Annotated Children’s Cataloging Program nlcLibrary and Archives of Canada (formerly National Library of Canada) nsdpNational Serials Data Program isds/cISSN Canada Name heading status: lcdDescriptive elements and name headings verified by a CONSER member [Superseded by “pcc”] mscDescriptive elements verified, but one or more headings not in the LC Name Authority File

26 5-26 How Authoritative is the Record? CONSER authentication codes (042 field): Other: lccopycat Library of Congress copy cataloging premarc Library of Congress recon record x... Codes that begin with an "x” mean the title is not considered to be a serial or the institution has not treated it as a serial

27 5-27 How Authoritative is the Record? What to look for: LCCN (010 field): UnprefixedLC (or CONSER after 2000) $a sn- prefix NSDP or other CONSER member (prior to 2000) $a sn c--National Library of Canada $a ce

28 5-28 What Else? What to look for: Description MARC Tag Call numbers 050, 082, 090, etc. Subject headings 6XX Earlier and/or later titles 780 and/or 785 Related titles Other 76X-78X linking fields

29 5-29 Example Type a ELvl 8 Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf ■ Freq b MRec Ctry nju S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1999, $a sn $a NSD $c NSD $l $a $b IEEE Service Center, 445 Hoes Lane, P.O. Box 1331, Piscataway, NJ $a msc $a IT professional magazine.

30 5-30 Example (continued) $a Piscataway, NJ : $b Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc $a $a Bimonthly $a Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers $a PREPUB: publication expected: Jan. 1999

31 5-31 Truncated titles: –On piece: –Annual report. –Quarterly statistics of the Finance Department. Transcription: –Report. –Statistics. Initialisms: $a GQ, Gentleman’s quarterly. Pre-AACR2 Caveats

32 5-32 More Pre-AACR2 Caveats Use of the 247 for slight title variations: $a Bulletin - Council on Library Resources $a Bulletin of the Council on Library Resources $a Title varies slightly.

33 5-33 Latest Entry Records Description is based on latest issue Earlier title changes are included in 247 fields Earlier issuing bodies in 550 note New records created for mergers and splits

34 5-34 Latest Entry Record Type a Elvl Srce dGPub Ctrl Lang eng Blvl s Form Conf 0Freq m MRec Ctry nyu S/L 1 Orig EntW Regl n Alph Desc SrTp p Cont DtSt d Dates 1926, $a //r $a $a Arts magazine $a Art digest $f Nov July $a Arts digest $f Aug Sept $a Arts $f Oct May/June $a [New York, etc. $b Art Digest Inc.] $a v. 1-66, no. 7; Nov Mar 1992.

35 5-35 Summary When selecting copy, look for: –Physical format –AACR2 descriptive conventions –Successive entry cataloging In comparing records, look for: –ISSN –Title proper and dates –Publication information –CONSER-authenticated copy

36 5-36 Additional Slides (Related to OCLC)

37 5-37 Other: Parallel Language Record (OCLC)

38 5-38 Other: Institutional Records (OCLC)

39 5-39 Session 5 Exercises

40 5-40 Exercise 1 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq q MRec Ctry ncu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl x Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1977, $a $z sn $a NSD $c NSD $d NST $d IXA $d DLC $i 9710 $l 1 $z d $a $ $a nsdp $a lc $a n-us-nc $a GR110.N8 $b N49 $u $a 390 $ $a Newsl. N.C. Folk. Soc $a Newsletter of the North Carolina Folklore Society $a Newsletter of the North Carolina Folklore Society.

41 5-41 Exercise 1 (Continued) $a Boone, NC : $b North Carolina Folklore Society, $c $a v. ; $c 28 cm $a 3 or 4 no. a year, $b $a Irregular, $b $a Vol. 1, no. 1 (5 Feb. 1977) $a Title from caption $a Some issues do not have a numeric designation $a Latest issue consulted: Vol. 30, no. 3 (Sept. 2008) $a Folklore $z North Carolina $v Periodicals $a North Carolina Folklore Society $v Periodicals $a North Carolina $x Social life and customs $v Periodicals $a North Carolina Folklore Society $a DLC $a DeU $a MiDW $a TxU $a UU $a ViBlbV

42 5-42 Exercise 2 Type a ELvl I Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf ■ Freq ■ MRec Ctry ilu S/L 0 Orig ■ EntW Regl ■ Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 19uu, $a Conscious choice $a Chicago, IL : $b Conscious Choice $a Bimonthly $a "Resources for responsible decision making." $a Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 6 (Nov./Dec. 1992); title from cover $a Latest issue consulted: Vol. 5, no. 6 (Nov./Dec. 1992) $a Holistic medicine $v Periodicals $a Alternative medicine $v Periodicals $a Health $v Periodicals $a Social ecology $v Periodicals.

43 5-43 Exercise 3 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq m MRec Ctry ilu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph a Desc SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1945, $a $a $ $a MnMULS $c MnMULS $d CtY $d NSDP $d DLC $d NSDP $d DLC $d OcoLC $d NST $d AIP $d NSDP $d AIP $d NST $d NSDP $d NST $d NSDP $d OcoLC $d OCU-M $a nsdp $a lc $a n-us $aAP2 $b.E $a Ebony $a Ebony $a Ebony.

44 5-44 Exercise 3 (continued) $a [Chicago, $b Johnson Pub. Co., etc.] $a 820 South Michigan Ave., $b ill., ports. $c 35 cm $a $10.00 (U.S.) $a $11.00 (foreign) $a v. 1- Nov $a Some irregularities in numbering; some numbers in vol. 29 incorrectly numbered vol $a African Americans $v Periodicals.

45 5-45 Exercise 4 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq q MRec Ctry ce S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph Desc SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1952, $a sn $a $2 z $a MnMULS $c MnMULS $d CU-UC $d RCS $ dAIP $d NST $a nsdp $a Ceylon med. j $a Ceylon medical journal $a Ceylon medical journal $a Colombo, $b Ceylon Medical Association $a new series, v. 1- May $a Medicine $v Periodicals $a Ceylon Medical Association $a British Medical Association. Ceylon Branch. $t Journal

46 5-46 Exercise 5, Record 1 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form a Conf 0 Freq u MRec Ctry miu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl u Alph a Desc a SrTp Cont DtSt c Dates 1950, $a sf $a h $b d $c u $d a $e f $f b--- $g b $h a $i c $j a $a $a msc $a Microfilm $u $a Popular science (New York, N.Y.) $a Popular science $b (New York) $a Popular science $h [microform] $a Popular science monthly $a [New York, N.Y. : $b Popular Science Pub. Co., $c 1950-

47 5-47 Exercise 5, Record 1 (continued) $a v. : $b ill. ; $c cm $a Monthly $a [Vol. 157, no. 1] (July 1950) $a Microfilm. $b Ann Arbor, Mich. : $c University Microfilms International. $e microfilm reels ; 35 mm $a Science $v Periodicals $a Technology $v Periodicals $t Popular science monthly (New York, N.Y. : 1900) $w (DLC)sf $w (OCoLC)

48 5-48 Exercise 5, Record 2 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq m MRec Ctry nyu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1950, $a $z sc $z sn $a $ $a lc $a nsdp $a AP2 $b.P $a $a Popular science (New York, N.Y.) $a Pop. sci. $b (N.Y. N.Y.) $a Popular science $b (New York, N.Y.) $a Popular science.

49 5-49 Exercise 5, Record 2 (continued) $a Popular science monthly $a [New York, N.Y. : $b Popular Science Pub. Co., $c $a Popular Science, Box 2871, Boulder, CO $a v. : $b ill. ; $c cm $a Monthly $a [Vol. 157, no. 1] (July 1950) $a Title from cover $a Publisher varies: Times Mirror Magazines, $a Available also in microform $a Science $v Periodicals $a Technology $v Periodicals $a Science $v periodicals $a Technology $v periodicals $t Popular science monthly (New York, N.Y. : 1900) $w (DLC) $w (OCoLC) $a Vol. 228, no. 3 (Mar. 1986) LIC

50 5-50 Exercise 6, Record 1 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq w MRec Ctry pau S/L 0 Orig e EntW Regl r Alph Desc a SrTp n Cont DtSt d Dates 1821, $a sn $z sn $a lcd $a msc $a n-us-pa $a AP2 $b.S $a Saturday evening post (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1821) $a The Saturday evening post $a Evening post $a Philadelphia [Pa.] : $b Atkinson & Alexander, $c

51 5-51 Exercise 6, Record 1 (continued) $a v $a Weekly $a Began Aug. 4, $a -v. 9, whole no. 491 (Dec. 25, 1830) $a Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (Aug. 18, 1821) $a Publishers: Atkinson & Alexander, Aug. 18, 1821-Feb. 23, 1828; Samuel Coate Atkinson, Mar. 1, $a Supplements accompany some issues and are called: Saturday evening post - Extra $a Available on microfilm from UMI, as part of the American Periodical series, $a Philadelphia (Pa.) $v Newspapers $a Atkinson, Samuel Coate $a United States $b Pennsylvania $c Philadelphia $d Philadelphia $t Atkinson's Saturday evening post (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1831) $w (DLC)sn $w (OCoLC)

52 5-52 Exercise 6, Record 2 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf 0 Freq m MRec Ctry inu S/L 0 Orig EntW Regl r Alph a Desc a SrTp p Cont DtSt c Dates 1839, $a //r $a $2 z $a lc $a nsdp $a AP2 $b.S $a 051 $ $a Saturday evening post (Philadelphia, Pa. : 1839) $a Saturday evening post $b (1839) $a The Saturday evening post $b (1839) $a The Saturday evening post.

53 5-53 Exercise 6, Record 2 (continued) $a United States Saturday post $a Philadelphia : $b G. Graham, $c $a Benjamin Franklin Literary & Medical Society, 1100 Waterway Blvd., P.O. Box 567, Indianapolis, IN $a v. : $b ill. ; $c cm $a Bimonthly, $b $a Monthly (bimonthly Jan./Feb., May/June, July/Aug.), $b $a Bimonthly, $b 1973 [Note: these are in the wrong order!] $a Quarterly, $b summer $a Weekly, $b $a Vol. 18, no. 954 (Nov. 9, 1839) $a Published: Curtis Pub. Co., ; Indianapolis, Ind. : Saturday Evening Post Society, $a Some numbers around have title: United States Saturday post.

54 5-54 Exercise 6, Record 2 (continued) $a Title from caption $a Vol. numbering omitted Nov. 3, $a Vol. numbering changed from v. 77 to v. 170, no. 31 with Jan. 29, 1898 issue $a Suspended publication Feb. 9, 1969-spring $a Issues for summer and autumn 1971 unnumbered but constitute v. 243, no $a Philadelphia (Pa.) $v Newspapers $a United States $b Pennsylvania $c Philadelphia $d Philadelphia $t Atkinson's evening post and Philadelphia Saturday news $w (OCoLC) $w (DLC)sn $t Country gentleman $x $w (DLC) $w (OCoLC) $a v. 263, no. 7

55 5-55 Exercise 7 Type a ELvl Srce d GPub Ctrl Lang eng BLvl s Form Conf ■ Freq ■ MRec Ctry ilu S/L 0 Orig ■ EntW Regl ■ Alph a Desc a SrTp Cont DtSt c Dates 1996, $a sn $a NSD $c NSD $a $ $b David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, Univ. of Chicago, 5550 S. Greenwood Ave., Chicago, IL $a nsdp $a lcd $a 708 $ $a Smart Museum Art bull $a The Smart Museum of Art bulletin $a The Smart Museum of Art bulletin.

56 5-56 Exercise 7 (continued) $a Chicago, Ill. : $b David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago $a Annual $a Began with Volume 7 (1995/1996) $a Description based on: Vol. 7 (1995/1996); title from t.p $a Latest issue consulted: Volume 8 (1996/1997) $a David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art $t Bulletin (David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art) $x $w (DLC)


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