MARC21 Standard Bibliographic   Cataloguing for LibMS               Prepared By         Muhammad Jishan             Under ...
Contents1.   A Library’s Main Functions2.   Need of MARC21 Based Cataloguing in LibMS3.   Introduction to MARC21 Standard4...
A Library’s Main FunctionsAcquisition       • It deals with Generate title ordering and approval of Library Materials     ...
Need of MARC21 Based Cataloguing in                 LibMS           LibMS is a single installation multi-institutional, mu...
Introduction to MARC21 Standard    MARC = MAchine Readable Cataloguing• MARC is the acronym for Machine Readable Catalogui...
Continued…•   Developed in the 1960s by the Library of Congress•   Coding of information for processing by computer•   Fle...
MARC Record Structure & Terms•   All MARC records share the same structure•   Each record has a             Leader       ...
MARC Structure with Real Data$ = delimiter    % = end of field   ^ = end of record         = blank00654nam22002055a4500001...
Leader • The first section in a MARC record (fist 24 characters) • Contains coded information about the record (not the re...
Directory• The second section in a MARC record• Lists the tag, length, and starting character position of eachfield in the...
Fields• A bibliographic record is logically divided into fields. there is a field forauthor, title, publication and so on....
Variable Control Fields•   001 Control Field (NR)•   003 Control Number Identifier (NR)•   005 Date and Time of Last Trans...
Variable Data Fields• 01X-09X                 • 5XX NotesNumbers, Codes, and       • 6XX Subject FieldsClassifications    ...
Frequently seen MARC Tags010 tag = Library of Congress Control Number (LCCN)020 tag = International Standard Book Number (...
IndicatorsIndicators    •   2 character positions immediately follows tag    •   Useful for computer manipulation    •   N...
SubfieldsSubfields    •Further divides the MARC field    •Marked by delimiters combined with a subfield code    •Fields 00...
Sample Local Marc Record Explained
Developed System• LibMS was lacking MARC21 Standard Bibliographic Cataloguing Facility, I havedeveloped and integrated thi...
Continued…There are two functions in the MARC21 based bibliography Management:1. Manage MARC21 Bibliography         This m...
Manage MARC21 Based CataloguingInterface of this sub-module
Create New MARC21 RecordControl Fields Entry
Continued…01X-09X variable fields entry
Continued…1XX – Main Entry
Continued…21X-28X Title, Edition, Imprint etc fields entry
Continued…Catalogue Database table After Creation of new MARC Record
Update A MARC21 RecordEnter the title and press Update, MARC record will be visible in editable form.
View A MARC21 RecordEnter the title and press View, MARC record will be visible in read-only form.
Delete A MARC21 RecordEnter the title and press Delete, MARC record will be visible in read-only form.
Manage Customized MARC21 bibliography This module offers following functions:          1. Edit MARC Tags                  ...
Edit MARC TagsInterface for maintaining custom MARC tags database
Edit MARC TagsAdding a new MARC Tag
Customized MARC BibliographyInterface for this module
New MARC Record using Customized TagsEnter title & ISBN, press New, following Interface appears with customized tags
Advantages•   Improves ease and efficiency, cooperation•   Can be formatted for any type of library•   User Friendly•   In...
Limitations and Future Enhancements• In case of retrospective documents ISBN is not available, insuch case duplicity of MA...
presentation on MARC21 Standard Bibliography for LibMS
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

presentation on MARC21 Standard Bibliography for LibMS

2,399 views

Published on

I have developed a module named MARC21 standard bibliography (fixed and customized) for LibMS(An online library management system developing by Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh and owned by MHRD, Govt. of INDIA).

The slide contains the description about MARC21 standard cataloging and the module which I have developed.

Published in: Technology, Education
0 Comments
3 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
2,399
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
54
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
3
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

presentation on MARC21 Standard Bibliography for LibMS

  1. 1. MARC21 Standard Bibliographic Cataloguing for LibMS Prepared By Muhammad Jishan Under Supervision Dr Aasim Zafar Department of Computer Science Aligarh Muslim University (2011)
  2. 2. Contents1. A Library’s Main Functions2. Need of MARC21 Based Cataloguing in LibMS3. Introduction to MARC21 Standard4. MARC Record Structure & Terms5. Developed System6. Manage MARC21 Based Cataloguing7. Customized MARC21 based cataloguing8. Advantages9. Limitation and Future Enhancements
  3. 3. A Library’s Main FunctionsAcquisition • It deals with Generate title ordering and approval of Library Materials • Invoice processing and monitoring receipt • Accessioning of documentsCataloguing • Cataloguing of various documents types for Example:-Books, CDs, Thesis etc. • MARC-21 standard bibliographic cataloguing management • Development of catalogue cardsCirculation • Member Registration and Member Account creation activity • Circulation transactions viz. issue, return, renewal, reserve, queue etc • Fine management and Member Card Management related activities.OPAC • Search for an item like book, cds, journal, new arrivals etc available in the library by author, title, publication and keywords.
  4. 4. Need of MARC21 Based Cataloguing in LibMS LibMS is a single installation multi-institutional, multilayer and multi-linguallibrary management system. This software is installed on clusters of server and runs as aservice. LibMS was providing non-MARC cataloguing only, which was unable to providethe facility to exchange bibliographic data in machine readable form between systems andnow LibMS uses MARC21 standard bibliographic cataloguing and thus it is able to exchangecatalogue data with other systems.
  5. 5. Introduction to MARC21 Standard MARC = MAchine Readable Cataloguing• MARC is the acronym for Machine Readable Cataloguing and 21 refers to the latest version and refers to the twenty-first century.• "Machine-readable" means that one particular type of machine, acomputer, can read and interpret the data in the cataloguing record.• "Cataloguing record" means a bibliographic record, or the information traditionally shown on a catalogue card. It includes: 1) A description of the item 2) Main entry and added entries 3) Subject headings 4) The classification or call number Continued…
  6. 6. Continued…• Developed in the 1960s by the Library of Congress• Coding of information for processing by computer• Flexible tool to describe books, serials, maps, non-bookmaterials, computer files, etc.• Standardized format permits sharing of records
  7. 7. MARC Record Structure & Terms• All MARC records share the same structure• Each record has a  Leader  Directory  Fields
  8. 8. MARC Structure with Real Data$ = delimiter % = end of field ^ = end of record = blank00654nam22002055a4500001001600000003000800016005001700024008004100041020001500082040002600097050002400123100002900147245008400176250001100260260003600271300002100307440003100328650005100359650003800410%gc960399130037%AgBaFGC%19990129173102.5%990129s1998ag|||||spad%$a9508020865%$aAgBaFGC$bspa$cAgBaFGC%4$aRA971.38$b.M511998%2$aM’endez Diz, Ana Mar’ia.%10$aSalud y poblaci’on :$bcuestionessociales pendientes /$cAna Mar’ia M’endez Diz.%$a1a ed.%$aBuenos Aires:$bEspacio,$c1998.%$a343 p. ;$c21 cm.%0$aCiencias Sociales ;$vno. 4%7$aSalud$xManejo de riesgos$zArgentina.$2lcsh/spa%7$aPopulaci’on$zArgentina.$2lcsh/spa%^
  9. 9. Leader • The first section in a MARC record (fist 24 characters) • Contains coded information about the record (not the resource) • Many elements are not displayed00654nam22002055a4500001001600000003000800016005001700024008004100041020001500082040002600097050002400123100002900147245008400176250001100260260003600271300002100307440003100328650005100359650003800410%gc960399130037%AgBaFGC%19990129173102.5%990129s1998ag|||||spad%$a9508020865%$aAgBaFGC$bspa$cAgBaFGC%4$aRA971.38$b.M511998%2$aM’endez Diz, Ana Mar’ia.%10$aSalud y poblaci’on :$bcuestionessociales pendientes /$cAna Mar’ia M’endez Diz.%$a1a ed.%$aBuenos Aires:$bEspacio,$c1998.%$a343 p. ;$c21 cm.%0$aCiencias Sociales ;$vno. 4%7$aSalud$xManejo de riesgos$zArgentina.$2lcsh/spa%7$aPopulaci’on$zArgentina.$2lcsh/spa%^
  10. 10. Directory• The second section in a MARC record• Lists the tag, length, and starting character position of eachfield in the MARC record• Is machine-generated and is not displayed, nor can it bealtered manually00654nam22002055a4500001001600000003000800016005001700024008004100041020001500082040002600097050002400123100002900147245008400176250001100260260003600271300002100307440003100328650005100359650003800410%gc960399130037%AgBaFGC%19990129173102.5%990129s1998ag|||||spad%$a9508020865%$aAgBaFGC$bspa$cAgBaFGC%4$aRA971.38$b.M511998%2$aM’endez Diz, Ana Mar’ia.%10$aSalud y poblaci’on :$bcuestionessociales pendientes /$cAna Mar’ia M’endez Diz.%$a1a ed.%$aBuenos Aires:$bEspacio,$c1998.%$a343 p. ;$c21 cm.%0$aCiencias Sociales ;$vno. 4%7$aSalud$xManejo de riesgos$zArgentina.$2lcsh/spa%7$aPopulaci’on$zArgentina.$2lcsh/spa%^
  11. 11. Fields• A bibliographic record is logically divided into fields. there is a field forauthor, title, publication and so on.• Fields are defined by the MARC21 Standard• MARC21 records have Variable control fields (including fixed fields) Variable data fieldsMARC Tags• Each field is associated with a 3-digit number called a "tag.“• A tag is stored in the directory entry not in the field itself.100 1_ $a Grahame, Kenneth, $d 1859-1932.245 14 $a The wind in the willows / $c by Kenneth Grahame.
  12. 12. Variable Control Fields• 001 Control Field (NR)• 003 Control Number Identifier (NR)• 005 Date and Time of Last Transaction (NR)• 006 Fixed-Length Data Elements-Additional Material Characteristics (R)• 007 Physical Description Fixed Field (R)• 008 Fixed-Length Data Elements (NR)
  13. 13. Variable Data Fields• 01X-09X • 5XX NotesNumbers, Codes, and • 6XX Subject FieldsClassifications • 7XX Added and Linking• 1XX Main Entries Entries• 2XX • 8XX Series AddedTitle, Edition, Imprint Entries, Holdings, Alternat e Graphics• 3XX Physical • 9XX Locally DefinedDescription• 4XX Series
  14. 14. Frequently seen MARC Tags010 tag = Library of Congress Control Number (LCCN)020 tag = International Standard Book Number (ISBN)100 tag = personal name main entry (author)245 tag = title information (which includes the title, other title information, and thestatement of responsibility)250 tag = edition260 tag = publication information300 tag = physical description (often referred to as the "collation" when describingbooks)490 tag = series statement520 tag = annotation or summary note650 tag = topical subject heading700 tag = personal name added entry (joint author, editor, or illustrator)
  15. 15. IndicatorsIndicators • 2 character positions immediately follows tag • Useful for computer manipulation • Not defined for all fields • Primarily numeric (and blank = undefined) • Must be read/assigned as individual values100 1_ $a Grahame, Kenneth, $d 1859-1932.245 14 $a The wind in the willows / $c by Kenneth Grahame.
  16. 16. SubfieldsSubfields •Further divides the MARC field •Marked by delimiters combined with a subfield code •Fields 001 through 009 have no subfields.100 1_ $a Grahame, Kenneth, $d 1859-1932.245 14 $a The wind in the willows / $c by Kenneth Grahame.
  17. 17. Sample Local Marc Record Explained
  18. 18. Developed System• LibMS was lacking MARC21 Standard Bibliographic Cataloguing Facility, I havedeveloped and integrated this facility in LibMS• The module is developed under Cataloguing ModuleCataloguing >>Initiate Cataloguing >> MARC21 Based Bibliography Management
  19. 19. Continued…There are two functions in the MARC21 based bibliography Management:1. Manage MARC21 Bibliography This module provides the facility to create, update, view and delete bibliographic records using frequently used MARC tags.2. Manage Customized MARC21 bibliography This module enables a user to create his/her own MARC tags collection and catalogue using his/her customized marc tags. But user should follow the standard MARC tags specifications while adding a custom marc tag.
  20. 20. Manage MARC21 Based CataloguingInterface of this sub-module
  21. 21. Create New MARC21 RecordControl Fields Entry
  22. 22. Continued…01X-09X variable fields entry
  23. 23. Continued…1XX – Main Entry
  24. 24. Continued…21X-28X Title, Edition, Imprint etc fields entry
  25. 25. Continued…Catalogue Database table After Creation of new MARC Record
  26. 26. Update A MARC21 RecordEnter the title and press Update, MARC record will be visible in editable form.
  27. 27. View A MARC21 RecordEnter the title and press View, MARC record will be visible in read-only form.
  28. 28. Delete A MARC21 RecordEnter the title and press Delete, MARC record will be visible in read-only form.
  29. 29. Manage Customized MARC21 bibliography This module offers following functions: 1. Edit MARC Tags Add a MARC Tag Modify a MARC Tag Delete a MARC Tag 2. Customized MARC21 bibliography New Update Delete
  30. 30. Edit MARC TagsInterface for maintaining custom MARC tags database
  31. 31. Edit MARC TagsAdding a new MARC Tag
  32. 32. Customized MARC BibliographyInterface for this module
  33. 33. New MARC Record using Customized TagsEnter title & ISBN, press New, following Interface appears with customized tags
  34. 34. Advantages• Improves ease and efficiency, cooperation• Can be formatted for any type of library• User Friendly• In future, any modification can be done smoothly• MARC21 based cataloguing is most commonly usedsystem in library catalogs
  35. 35. Limitations and Future Enhancements• In case of retrospective documents ISBN is not available, insuch case duplicity of MARC record can not be checked.• Customization of MARC tags would be made carefullywithout defying MARC standard. The system can not checkthis issue.• The system will support multilingual entries forbibliographic records in future.

×