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Presentation given at The King's Fund Koha Open Day in September 2010.

Presentation given at The King's Fund Koha Open Day in September 2010.

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  • Cataloguing in Koha: Data migration & MARC mapping Julia Florin Online Services Team [email_address]
  • Created 5 MARC frameworks: 1. MONOGRAPH, E-BOOK AND ONLINE RESOURCES 2. ABSTRACT - for journal articles   3. JOURNAL/PERIODICAL (title record and holdings)   4. MULTIMEDIA – i.e. RECORDING, WEBCAST, PODCAST, FILM, VIDEO, CDROM and DVD   5. ARCHIVAL – for King’s Fund archives Mapped MARC format in Unicorn to new MARC framework in koha Mapped item types and shelving locations to new ones in koha Provided these mappings to PTFS who did the migration
  • EXAMPLE MAPPING: ABSTRACT framework for journal articles Unicorn Koha Text for koha tag 021 Map all to 022 (R) ISSN 100 100 (NR) Personal author 110 110 (NR) Corporate author 245 245 (NR) Title 246 246 (R) Variant title 773 773 (R) Journal source 260 260 (R) Publication information 300 300 (R) Physical Description 596 596 (R) Local note 650 650 (R) Subject heading 520 520 (R) Abstract 700 700 (R) Added personal author 710 710 (R) Added corporate author 856 856 (R) Online resource
  • Closer look at 773 tag with non-standard subfields Unicorn Koha 773 In Unicorn we entered data into our 773 field as a string of text: BMJ 2009; 339 (7717): 371-373 (15 August 2009) We split the data into non standard subfields: 773 $t journal title $y year $d date $n number [issue] $p pagination $u URL $v volume Name of journal (source) Year Volume Issue Pagination Date BMJ 2009 339 7717 371-373 15 August 2009 $t $y $v $n $p $d
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  • Julia Florin Information Specialist (Data Management) Online Services Team [email_address]