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This document contains information on processing monographs with accompanying DVDs. For information on how to identify whether the accompanying disc is a DVD please go here. Be careful to distinguish between a DVD and a DVD-ROM. Please see Doug Adams if you have any questions.
If the disc is in a pocket in the book take out and place in a jewel case. Place a barcode on the jewel case.
Check to make sure there is a 007
Ensure the 300 field includes the accompanying material. DVDs are videodiscs. E.g. +|e1 videodisc (sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.).
|300||xiii, 322 p., 1 folded leaf of plates :|bill. (some col.) ;|c25 cm. +|e1 videodisc (sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)|
Add a 593 note to indicate the location of the DVD. Follow the table of locations.
|Library||Book Location||Sound Recording Location|
|593||SCOTT: DVD available at SMIL-STOR|
|593||STEACIE: DVD available at STEACIE-CIRC|
|593||FROST: DVD available at FROST-CIRC|
Create the call number and Item record. DVDs are given the same class number as the monograph. Append the text “BOOK” on the end of the call number for the monograph and “DVD” on the end of the call number for the DVD.
ML 33 S3 S36 2008 BOOK
ML 33 S3 S36 2008 DVD
GV 837.7 S25 2008 BOOK
GV 837.7 S25 2008 DVD
*Note: It is not necessary to create a holdings record for accompanying material.
When cataloguing has been completed print out 2 copies of the record, marking one for the monograph and one for the DVD. Bind the monograph and the DVD together using elastic bands and place on the truck for binding. The print-out for the DVD should be marked “DVD”.