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general_guidelines_for_eresources [2021/10/13 13:59]
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-===Electronic Resources General Guidance ​for All===+===Electronic Resources General Guidance===
  
 These guidelines are to help those who work with eResources of any type (ebooks, ejournals, escores, emaps, etc.). ​ These guidelines are to help those who work with eResources of any type (ebooks, ejournals, escores, emaps, etc.). ​
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 The number of items for eResources should be kept to a minimum, with a best practice of 1 item per holdings record. ​ The number of items for eResources should be kept to a minimum, with a best practice of 1 item per holdings record. ​
  
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-__**For setting Holdings on OCLC WorldCat Records:​**__ 
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-No eResources have any holdings set on OCLC WorldCat records or any local holdings records (or holdings statements) associated with any OCLC WorldCat records. 
  
  
 __**Use of the Container Code:**__ __**Use of the Container Code:**__
  
-The Container Code is used to colocate ​a set of records together as a set. The Container Code is in the MARC field 035 9_ in the bibliographic MARC record. These codes are managed by the batch loaders and are primarily, though not necessarily,​ used for record sets that are managed in batches.+The Container Code is used to colocate records together as a set. The Container Code is in the MARC field 035 9_ in the bibliographic MARC record. These codes are managed by the batch loaders and are primarily, though not necessarily,​ used for record sets that are managed in batches.
general_guidelines_for_eresources.txt · Last modified: 2022/05/24 10:34 by jmulvaney
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