Element Guidelines for online resources Type Code for the form of content of the resource. United States Newspaper Program USNP was a coordinated national effort to locate, catalog, preserve, and make available to researchers newspapers published in the United States from the eighteenth century to the present. However, use code s for all serials including serials that have ceased publication where all the issues were digitized at one time. Example of volume one cataloged on a separate record: In such cases, add a note concerning the bibliographic history of the resource e. For more information about cataloging photocopies, see section 3. Different manifestations of an online resource still need to be cataloged on separate bibliographic records e.
In both cases, you may catalog the resource as if no other version exists. Separate bibliographic records may be created for offprints or detached copies. You may catalog supplementary items or accompanying material independently or dependently. First printed leaf present in Lilly Library copy begins: Provider-neutral guidelines include online resources issued simultaneously online and in a physical format, online reproductions of resources originally issued in a physical format as well as born-digital resources. OCLC policy Use the following provider-neutral instructions when cataloging photocopies and POD reproductions of textual materials, scores, and cartographic materials in WorldCat regardless of the cataloging rules used or the language of cataloging.
Do not include the month or month and day when recording the year the degree was granted. Use the following provider-neutral instructions when cataloging online resources in all formats in WorldCat regardless of the cataloging rules used or the language of cataloging.
Edit the record to reflect those differences. If a record exists for the reproduced copy in the same physical format e. When adding information to an existing record, add a local note in field of the original item indicating the existence of a copy.
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If the resource is essentially cataloginv equivalent of a print item but in electronic form, use the same Type code you would use thesos the print version. Music in the OCLC online union catalog: An online manifestation of the May Version 2 document remains available at https: If you want to include provider-specific information, create or edit the record in accord with these provider-neutral guidelines, then follow the guidelines outlined in section 3.
The bibliographic record represents cataloging for the original but may contain item numbers for microform, electronic, and the original in separate fields.
When cataloging the digital version of a print resource, generally create a separate record for the digital version. For rare and special collections materials, you may supply data of interest beyond your local institution in the master bibliographic record.
For published theses, microform reproductions of published theses, online theses, and photocopies of published theses, code language material, notated music, and cartographic material with: Remotely accessed electronic resources that change frequently are currently excluded from serial treatment they should be cataloged as integrating resources or monographs, as appropriate: An integrating resource is a bibliographic resource that is added to or changed by means of updates that thssis not remain discrete but are instead incorporated into the whole.
3.4.2 Descriptive Cataloging of Theses and Dissertations
Correspondingly, the particular fixed field codes that reflect the description are as follows: Example of photocopied thesis: However, use code s for all serials including serials that have ceased publication where all the issues were digitized at one time.
For republished theses, record the date production or catzloging of the original thesis based on data appearing in field They are often made more widely available through copies, usually in the form of microform, online, or photocopy reproductions. Differences in places of reproduction Differences in reproduction providers or publishers Differences in dates of reproduction Differences in extent resulting from the reproduction e. Code form in field for the appropriate form of microform reproduction i.
In records for electronic resources in which the Type is not coded muse the Computer File field to account for the additional electronic aspects of the resource.
Honors papers, research projects, senior papers, student projects, term papers, etc. Field can be used for a single issue of a serial, a single volume of a multi-volume set, and a collection within a collection; however, these are not cataloged as “in” analytics. For published theses, microform reproductions of published theses, online theses, and photocopies of published theses, add the place of publication, publisher, and date of publication.
The following types of resources are not theses and should not be coded as theses: Government Publication Office cataloging practice The U.
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Photocopies are print reproductions that are produced using xerography or similar processes where the original source is a physical document.
The addition of advanced search and browse functionality does not change an electronic serial into an integrating resource.
When the resource is updated less frequently than daily and none of the other frequency codes apply, use blank for Freq and x for Regl. For theses, published or unpublished, other than language material, notated music, or cartographic material, code this element as defined in Type. For copies of theses and dissertations issued by a non-academic agency such as University Microfilms International, see also the policy on Facsimiles, Photocopies, and Other Reproductions 3.
Theses submitted in hardcopy form as unpublished resources are described like all other unpublished resources, i.
You may catalog a volume or part of a multipart monograph or serial individually using a separate record or you may catalog the set on one record.