Electronic and Internet Resources Cataloguing
Documents Originally Created: 98/04/16
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Table of Contents
- Categories of Electronic Resources Catalogued
- General Policies for Cataloguing Internet Resources
- Minimal Level Records
- Full Level Records (COPY)
- Full Level Records (ORIGINAL)
- Added Copies (Linking electronic version to the record for the print version)
- Verifying and Maintaing URLs
- Deletion Requests
- Government Documents Printed out from the Internet
- Streaming Videos
- MARC Coding
- Working with MARC Record Sets
- Other Manuals
CATEGORIES OF ELECTRONIC/INTERNET RESOURCES CATALOGUED
- All paid subscriptions
- Government documents received on legal deposit
- Non-paid items and subscriptions selected by bibliographers
- Free with print subscription
- Government documents printed out from the Internet (not archived)
Requests for deletion of electronic resources both as added copies and as unique titles should be sent to Bibliographic Services or Law Library Cataloguing.
CATALOGUING PROCEDURES FOR ELECTRONIC RESOURCES
The tags as outlined in the following procedures are only those which are unique to electronic resources. All records created/modified should still contain other tags as appropriate, e.g. subjects, added entries. A guide to applying the MARC tags follows this section.
For further information about any of these MARC tags, consult the manual by Nancy Olson. It is available on the web by clicking on the title as follows: Cataloging Internet resources : a manual and practical guide or by clicking on the same link within the Computer Files & Internet Resources section of the Technical Services Web Resources Home Page.
For further information about the 856 tag: consult the manual listed above or, click on the following title: Guidelines for the Use of Field 856. This link can also be found within the Computer Files & Internet Resources section of the Technical Services Web Resources Home Page.