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Basic information about MARC fields and indicators.

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    • Cataloging Basics
    • Outline Basic fields and indicators. The importance of cataloging (and consistency). Questions and demonstrations.
    • AACR2 & MARC International standards that allow record sharing and exchange AACR2: Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules Description = record content MARC: MAchine Readable Cataloging Machine-readable coding = markup on information for computer manipulation
    • AACR2: Description andAccess Description identifies the resource. (Levels of description) Access (via main and added entries) allows searching based on the bibliographic description.
    • Descriptive Fields in a MARC Record040 EQF ǂc EQF ǂd VPI020 9251056358020 9789251056356043 a-vt---090 SH1 ǂb .F2 no.369/2100 1 Arthur, J. R. ǂq (James Richard), ǂd 1948-245 10 Checklist of the parasites of fishes of Viet Nam / ǂc J. Richard Arthur and Bui Quang Te.260 Rome : ǂb Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, ǂc 2006.300 v, 133 p. : ǂb map ; ǂc 30 cm.490 1 FAO fisheries technical paper, ǂx 0429-9345 ; ǂv 369/2504 Includes bibliographical references and index.650 0 Fishes ǂx Parasites ǂz Vietnam ǂv Indexes.700 1 Te, Bui Quang.710 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.830 0 FAO fisheries technical paper ; ǂv no. 369/2.
    • Standard number & terms ofavailability020 ISBN: Internatl Standard Book No.020 0893011169 ǂz 0893011168020 9780893011161022 ISSN: Internatl Standard Serial No.022 0070-740X
    • 245 Title and statement ofresponsibility area245 XX Title ǂh [GMD] : ǂb other title information / ǂc statement of responsibility.245 10 Angelica : ǂb a novel / ǂc Arthur Phillips.245 10 Kiri sings Kern ǂh [sound recording].245 02 A general equilibrium model.
    • 250 Edition area250 edition statement.250 1st ed.250 Rev. ed.
    • 260 Publication, distribution, etc.area260 Place of publication : ǂb Publisher, ǂc date.260 Pasadena, Calif. : ǂb Salem Press, ǂc c2006.260 Toronto : ǂb McClelland and Stewart : ǂb World Crafts Council, ǂc 2004-
    • 300 Physical description area300 extent : ǂb other physical details ; ǂc dimensions + ǂe (accompanying material)300 3 v. : ǂb ill., map ; ǂc 28 cm.300 331 p. ; ǂc 25 cm.300 1 CD-ROM ; ǂc 4 ¾ in. + ǂe 1 book (x, 82 p. ; 30 cm.)
    • 4XX Series area4XX XX Series title ; ǂv numbering440 _0 Magill’s choice440 _0 Environment science research ; ǂv v. 6490 1_ Annual publication ; ǂv 5th830 _0 Annual publication (Kern County Historical Society) ; ǂv 5th.
    • 5XX Notes area5XX XX Note.500 Cover title.546 English and Spanish on facing pages.500 Accompanied by ―Decade of North American geology‖ (iv, 28 p. ; 28 cm.).
    • 5XX Notes area504 Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-217) and index.505 0_ v. 1. Amino acids – v. 2. Amines – v. 3. Other organic ligands.520 An illustrated collection of nursery rhymes set to music.
    • Access Points in a MARC Record040 EQF ǂc EQF ǂd VPI020 9251056358020 9789251056356043 a-vt---090 SH1 ǂb .F2 no.369/2100 1 Arthur, J. R. ǂq (James Richard), ǂd 1948-245 10 Checklist of the parasites of fishes of Viet Nam / ǂc J. Richard Arthur and Bui Quang Te.260 Rome : ǂb Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, ǂc 2006.300 v, 133 p. : ǂb map ; ǂc 30 cm.490 1 FAO fisheries technical paper, ǂx 0429-9345 ; ǂv 369/2504 Includes bibliographical references and index.650 0 Fishes ǂx Parasites ǂz Vietnam ǂv Indexes.700 1 Te, Bui Quang.710 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.830 0 FAO fisheries technical paper ; ǂv no. 369/2.
    • 1XX Main Entry100 1_ Reed, John Calvin, ǂd 1930-110 1_ Idaho. ǂb Dept. of Fish and Game.110 2_ Museum of American Folk Art.111 2_ ASCE Conference on Civil Engineering Education ǂd (1979 : ǂc University of Wisconsin—Madison)
    • 7XX Added Entry700 1_ Reed, John Calvin, ǂd 1930-710 1_ Idaho. ǂb Dept. of Fish and Game.710 2_ Museum of American Folk Art.711 2_ ASCE Conference on Civil Engineering Education ǂd (1979 : ǂc University of Wisconsin—Madison)
    • Coded fields Not covered by AACR2 Part of MARC coding Useful for data retrieval in your online catalog Data used to generate icons in displays
    • Coded Fields in a MARC RecordRec stat c Entered 20050527 Replaced 20070304Type a ELvl I Srce d Audn Ctrl Lang engBLvl m Form Conf 0 Biog MRec Ctry it Cont b GPub i LitF 0 Indx 1Desc a Ills b Fest 0 DtSt s Dates 2006 ,040 EQF ǂc EQF ǂd VPI020 9251056358020 9789251056356043 a-vt---090 SH1 ǂb .F2 no.369/2100 1 Arthur, J. R. ǂq (James Richard), ǂd 1948-245 10 Checklist of the parasites of fishes of Viet Nam / ǂc J. Richard Arthur and Bui Quang Te.260 Rome : ǂb Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, ǂc 2006.
    • Best Resource Ever http://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en/default.shtm Also:  Handout  Template in SirsiDynix
    • The Importance of Cataloging The importance of cataloging is simply to provide coherent, reliable search experiences for users. By enabling a person to find a book, showing what the library has in its collection, and assisting in the evaluation and selection of materials, cataloging is a significant method and tool in improving accessibility of information to users and making patrons’ experiences with information seeking more user-friendly.
    • The Importance of Consistency If a librarian makes a mistake in any part of their job, it ultimately affects the user in locating and retrieving desired information.  For example: a person might be writing a paper on a topic and need three or four sources. Some libraries might only have three or four books on that subject. If we cant assure that the catalog returns consistent and full results, we deprive patrons of the information theyre looking for. Each Library should act with the realization that what it does to records in the shared database can greatly affect the practices, procedures and workflow of other Libraries in the consortium.
    • Questions andDemonstration s