New CD-ROMs and CD-ROM adds

For Library West, Library West Reference,

and Marston Science Library

The material types are m (monograph), s (serial) and p (periodical). Construct the note this way: 035::(FU)cdx-n

where  x is the material type, and n is the number of CDs added to the collection.

 

Examples:

            035::(UF) cds-3            (This title includes three serial CDs)

            035::(UF) cdp-8            (This title includes eight periodical CDs)

***Be careful not to cover important information when affixing barcode***

If CD accompanies a printed serial, create separate item records for the text and the jewel case, and use the following numbering scheme for the call number.  In the Enum/Chron area of the item record, after the normal designation, input pt. <>-of-<> for each piece. Note the hyphens around the word "of."  Separate the year from the part information with semicolons. Use the midspine to identify which piece the idem identifies.  The text(s) should precede the CD(s).
    Example:
    Book with 2 CDs
Enum/Chron: [print]    2003;pt. 1-of-3

Midspine: Book


Enum/Chron: [CD #1]  2003;pt. 2-of-3

Midspine: CD 1

 

Enum/Chron:[CD #2]  2003;pt. 3-of-3

Midspine: CD 2 

 

***Be careful not to cover important information when affixing labels***

For all other locations   

 
***Be careful not to cover important information when affixing labels***


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