Differentiating Ebook Packages Through Unique Identifiers

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The creation of a workflow and a unique identifier (599 field) for each ebook package using MARC Edit and Innovative’s Sierra helps differentiate between subscription and purchase records in the …

The creation of a workflow and a unique identifier (599 field) for each ebook package using MARC Edit and Innovative’s Sierra helps differentiate between subscription and purchase records in the catalog and distinguish bibliographic records with the same title from different vendors. It also provides a new means to track holdings and statistics. Collection development and acquisitions departments also benefit from the new feature in the MARC record.

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  • 1. April Grey Adelphi University Copy Cataloging Interest Group June 28, 2014
  • 2. Subscription and Purchase of Same Title
  • 3. YBP DDA and Ebrary Academic Complete
  • 4. Cataloging • Copy Cataloging • Manage DDA purchases Acquisitions • Pre-searching before purchase Collection Development • Subject Selectors • Interlibrary Loan Instruction • Package License determines number of users
  • 5. E-journals Streaming video Print books DDA ebooks • Institution • Consortial Consortial ebooks
  • 6. Creating a hierarchy for various packages • Single vs. multiple user • Subscription vs. purchase Rely on vendor delivery of records • Unable to differentiate packages from same vendor before download of MARC records Manual Preparation Required • More time and effort involved in data management • Multiple staff involvement
  • 7. Photo Credit: raeganhuston.com