A. Billing provides a withdrawal slip.
B. Book Repair provides info re a damaged book.
Step 1: Check bib record to see if there is a 583 field indicating that the library has made a retention commitment to EAST. If so, proceed to “Missing EAST materials” below.
Step 2: Add “MI” to item “Status.”
Step 3: Add Circ. Note: “WDN 6-30-16; initials (Reason for withdrawal)”
Decision point: If there are other available items, the process is finished. If there is only one item:
Step 4: Suppress HOL record: (Field is “STA”; enter “SUPPRESSED” in field.)
Step 5: Suppress Bib record (as per HOL) and add 910 with “withdraw.”
Step 6: Check OPAC to confirm, “The library does not have available items.”
Step 7: Remove holdings from WorldCat.
End of process: If slip is from Billing, return slip to Billing.
If there is a 583 indicating that the library has made a retention commitment to EAST for the item being withdrawn:
Check to see if we hold more than one copy (of the same edition).
Step 1: Search OCLC WorldCat to determine whether another EAST Retention Partner holds a copy that has not been designated an EAST retention commitment.
Step 2: Contact the EAST Retention Partner library to request that they add a commitment to their copy. The request should include: title, OCLC number, and a link to WorldCat record.
Step 3: If the library receiving the request is willing to commit to retain their copy, both libraries will follow EAST procedures for recording and removing retention commitment statements in catalogs.
Step 4: If the library receiving the request does not agree to commit to retain their copy, the requesting library will follow EAST procedures for removing retention commitment statements in catalogs, and withdraw the item from the library.
— Primary contact: Marcelle Lipke 2016/11/18 14:09