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-====== Receiving ​ordered ​Monographs ​using FASTCAT ======+====== Receiving Monographs ​Using FASTCAT ​Standards======
  
-1. Scan ISBN or type in title to “FIND” field in SEARCH section of Acq mode+1. Scan ISBN or type in title to “FIND” field in SEARCH section of Acquisitions module
  
-2. View ​Marc Tag Record+2. View ​MARC catalog record
  
-3. Evaluate for FASTCAT ​+3. Evaluate ​MARC record ​for FASTCAT ​- (Susan will search OCLC and overlay a better record where record in ALEPH is not up to FASTCAT standards. ​ If someone is filling in for her, they can just evaluate the ALEPH record and, if it does not meet the FASTCAT criteria, shelve it for a cataloger to look at later. ​ If the book is a RUSH item, it can go to Eva or a Cataloger)
  
-OCLC records ​for printed books must correspond to book-in-hand as follows:+Records ​for printed books must correspond to book-in-hand as follows: 
 + 
 +**RDA records will have always an 040 $e rda**
  
 Accurate transcription from title page, title page verso, colophon, covers, or other: Accurate transcription from title page, title page verso, colophon, covers, or other:
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    245 C Statement of Responsibility (Author)    245 C Statement of Responsibility (Author)
 +   
 +RDA: Capitalization of the title may differ in RDA records – will usually (but not always) match the capitalization on the piece. ​ Also there won’t be a gmd like $h [videorecording] in RDA records.
 +
 +Edition statement:
 +
 +  Check the 250 field to help identify matching editions.
 +  ​
 +RDA: records will have edition spelled out in full – so instead of 3rd rev. ed. it will be 
 +Third revised edition.
 +
  
 Accurate imprint information from title page, title page verso, colophon, covers, or other: Accurate imprint information from title page, title page verso, colophon, covers, or other:
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   260 C Date of Publication   260 C Date of Publication
 +  ​
 +RDA: No more Latin abbreviations
 +  ​
 +For ex. in AACR2 260 ## $a [S.l. : $b s.n.], $c 2009.
 +
 +In RDA: 260 ## $a [Place of publication not identified] : $b [publisher not identified],​ $c 2009.
 +
 +RDA records may also have several 264 fields for Production, Publication,​ Distribution,​ Manufacture,​ and Copyright Notice
 +
  
 Physical Description:​ Physical Description:​
  
   300 A Extent, pagination   300 A Extent, pagination
 +  ​
 +RDA: Will not have abbreviations for the most part ca. becomes approximately;​ ill. becomes illustrations;​ col. will be color, etc.  ​
 +  ​
 +Exceptions: cm for centimeter and min. for minutes – these abbreviations are still used in RDA
  
-OCLC records for printed books must also include the following:+RDA336, 337, & 338: Content, media, and carrier type
  
-  040 B Language of cataloging ​If extant, must contain “eng” ONLY+– Content type -- MARC 336 field
  
-  050 A&B or 090 A&​B ​+– Media type -- MARC 337 field 
  
 +– Carrier type -- MARC 338 field
 +
 +Book ex: 
 +
 +336 $a text $2 rdacontent
 +
 +337 $a unmediated $2 rdamedia
 +
 +338 $a volume $2 rdacarrier
 +
 +
 +DVD ex.
 +
 +336 $a two-dimensional moving image $2 rdacontent
 +
 +337 $a video $2 rdamedia
 +
 +338 $a videodisc $2 rdacarrier
 +
 +
 +OCLC records for printed books must also include the following:
 +
 +  040 B Language of cataloging - If present in the record, must contain “eng” ONLY
 +  ​
 +  050 A&B or 090 A&​B ​
   A well-formed LC call #, containing both $a (classification) and $b (cutter/​date). ​   A well-formed LC call #, containing both $a (classification) and $b (cutter/​date). ​
-  If well-formed do not evaluate, ​   edit or check either subfield+  If well-formed do not evaluate, edit or check either subfield
 +  If a record has an LC call no. with a volume designation (and no alternative no.) that book will not be  
 +  treated as FastCat. ​ Also, if a record has two LC numbers it will not be treated as FastCat.
  
   6XX   ​Subject ​     6XX   ​Subject ​  
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   At least one subject must be present unless it is a book of literature.  ​   At least one subject must be present unless it is a book of literature.  ​
   Do not evaluate, edit or check any subject entry.   Do not evaluate, edit or check any subject entry.
  
   1XX or 7XX   ​Author/​editor ​   1XX or 7XX   ​Author/​editor ​
- 
   If a person is named in 245$C, either a 1XX or 7XX entry must be present in the record. ​   If a person is named in 245$C, either a 1XX or 7XX entry must be present in the record. ​
   Do not evaluate, do not create addition entries, do not evaluate for main entry.   Do not evaluate, do not create addition entries, do not evaluate for main entry.
 +
 +4. Receive in Acquisitions Mode
 +
 +  Note order # on invoice or packing slip
 +  Read library note field for important info that may need to be noted
 +  Change order status to WP
 +  Add Arrival ​
 +  Go to item, change item process status and add barcode
 +
 +5. Create new holdings (HOL Links, create new), and check to make sure it worked
 +
 +6.  If FASTCAT, then do 9XX fields
 +
 +  Go to Cataloging
 +  F6
 +  Add 928 field, tab, tab
 +  CAPS LOCK
 +  AUTHORITY
 +  {ENTER}
 +   ​{ENTER}
 +  Add 910 field
 +  Initials and today’s date 5/20/10
 +  {Control-L} or save with icon on upper right side of screen
 +  {Continue}
 +  {Override}
 +
 +7. Make sure OCLC holdings are set on record in Connexion.
 +
 +8.  If FASTCAT RUSH then give to Linda Fish, if FASTCAT not-RUSH then put on appropriate truck, if NOT FASTCAT then put on shelf. ​
 +
 +
  
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