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 ====== Serials Continuations Definitions ====== ====== Serials Continuations Definitions ======
  
-(Very rough draft 03/22/16 cls)+//These definitions are under review as of July 2020// 
 +--- //​[[annk@umass.edu|Contact:​ Ann Kardos]]// 
  
 Broad definition of what types of serials and continuations used by this Library: Broad definition of what types of serials and continuations used by this Library:
  
-  +**Continuing Resource**
-**Periodical**  ​(ALEPH term - **Per**, appears in call no.) +
  
-A serial publication,​ published more than once per year, articles by several authors. ​ To be published, as with serials below, until it ceases, etc(includes newspapers).+Bibliographic resources that are issued over time with no predetermined conclusion**Serials** and **integrating resources** are both continuing resources
  
-**Serial**  ( ALEPH term - **Ser Add**)  +**Integrated Resources**
-Intended to be published indefinitely into the future until it ceases publication,​ is merged with another title, or title changes. ​+
  
-**Analyzed Serials** ​ (ALEPH term - **Ser Anal**)  +A continuing resource that is added to or changed ​by means of updates that do not remain discrete (i.e., they cannot stand alone as a serial issue could), and are integrated into the whole publicationLooseleaf and certain legal publications with updates or changes are examples of integrating resources. ​ Integrating resources may have an intended end or  may be a  serial.
-Intended ​to by published into the future; assigned one call numberbut usually each volume deals with one topic and warrants an author/​title entry in the OPAC.  ​All volumes sit together on shelf+
  
-**Continuation**  (ALEPH term - **Contin A/V**)  +**Periodical**  (ALEPH term - **Per**) 
-Published in volumes, but with a definite cessation point in mind, e.g., a 20-volume encyclopedia. ​ Sometimes all volumes are published at once, in which case we would order all 20 (Monographic Section) and it would not be treated as a continuation. ​ However, if the volumes were published one at a time, we would set up an Innopac checkin record and check in each volumes it is received.  +
-Example: ​ Complete works of John Milton+
  
-**Analyzed Continuation** ​ (ALEPH term - **Contin Anal**)  +A serial publication,​ published more than once per year, usually numbered, including separate articles by different authors, and intended ​to be published ​indefinitely into the future until it ceases publication, is merged with another titleor title changes. Newspapers are a form of periodical.
-Intended ​to be published ​in a certain number of volumes like an ordinary continuationand is assigned one classification number for all volumes; howevereach work is a monograph within itself and has individual author/title entries in the OPAC+
  
-**Cataloged Separately**  (ALEPH term - **Cat Sep**)  +**Serial**  ( ALEPH term - **Ser Add**) 
-These are numbered monographs in series (excluding publisher'​s series which we do not place on standing order). ​ Innopac contains this type of publication to maintain control over receipt, and also to save us from placing separate orders for them.  (NOTE: ​ If a series becomes unnumbered, we cancel the standing order.+
  
-**Continuation Cataloged Separately** ​ (ALEPH term - **Contin Cat Sep**)  +A continuing resource, usually numbered, that is intended ​to be published ​indefinitely into the future until it ceases publication,​ is merged with another title, or title changes. We consider ​title to be a serial if it is published annually or less frequently. We also consider as serials publications issued on a serial basis, regardless ​of frequencythat do not contain separate articles by different authorswe consider an index or abstract that is published more frequently than annually as serial not periodical because of the content. The frequency, in this case, is ignored.
-Intended ​to be published ​in specific number ​of volumeslike an ordinary continuation ​However,​ each work is a monograph within itself and has individual author/​title entry in the OPAC. The volumes are assigned their own call numbers+
  
-**Memberships/​blanket orders** +**Analyzed Serials**  ​(ALEPH term - **Ser Anal**) ​ 
-Several of these are payment records only with an indication on the checkin record of what is received on the membership or blanket order.  ​If it is a blanket order, we usually enter the monographs received under title and send them through as "cat seps"+Intended to by published into the future; assigned one call numberbut usually each volume deals with one distinct topic and warrants ​an author/​title entry in the OPAC.  ​All volumes sit together on shelf
  
-**Integrated Resources**+**Continuation**  ​(ALEPH term - **Contin A/​V**) ​
  
-**Looseleafs**+Published in volumes, but is intended to be cease or be complete. A general encyclopedia A to Z, the complete works of an individual, or an encyclopedia of shore birds are good examples of continuations. Sometimes all volumes are published at once, sometimes published one at a time.
  
-**Title Change**+**Analyzed Continuation**  ​(ALEPH term - **Contin Anal**) ​
  
-**Cancellation** +Intended to be published in a certain number of volumes like an ordinary continuation,​ and is assigned one classification number for all volumes; however, each work is a monograph within itself and has individual author/​title entries in the OPAC. 
- +
-**Cessation**+
  
-**Reinstatement**+**Cataloged Separately**  ​(ALEPH term - **Cat Sep**)
    
 +These are numbered monographs in series. ​ We have had "cover records"​ this type of publication to maintain control over receipt, and also to save us from placing separate orders for them.  Cover records also list holdings by the series number, which can be very helpful to users with the series as a citation (sciences and engineering particularly) ​
  
 +**Continuation Cataloged Separately** ​ (ALEPH term - **Contin Cat Sep**) ​
  
 +Intended to be published in a specific number of volumes, like an ordinary continuation. ​ However, each work is a monograph within itself and has individual author/​title entry in the OPAC. The volumes are assigned their own call numbers. ​
  
 +**Memberships/​blanket orders**
  
 +Several of these are payment records only,  with an indication on the checkin record of what is received on the membership or blanket order. ​ If it is a blanket order, we usually enter the monographs received under title and send them through as "cat seps"​. ​
  
 +For further definitions see:  [[glossary|Glossary of IRM Terms]]
  
  
 +For further information on serials and workflows see:
  
-For further definitions see:  [[glossary|Glossary of IRM Terms]]+  * [[serials_workflow_ceased_cancelled_titles|Serials WorkflowCeased & Cancelled Titles]] 
 +  [[serials_workflow_new_titles|Serials Workflow: New Titles]] 
 +  * [[serials_workflow_title_changes|Serials Workflow: Title Changes]] 
 + 
 +There is currently no documentation for **Reinstatement** (not needed, add new issue or re-catalogue as required)
  
-//​[[lucyd@library.umass.edu|Primary contact: Lucy deGozzaldi]]//​.+For questions on definitions:​ 
 + ​--- ​//​[[lucyd@library.umass.edu|Primary contact: Lucy deGozzaldi]]//​
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