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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** 
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 +Bibliographic resources that are issued over time with no predetermined conclusion. **Serials** and **integrating resources** are both continuing resources.  
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 +**Integrated Resources** 
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 +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 publication. Looseleaf 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. 
 **Periodical** ​ (ALEPH term - **Per**) ​ **Periodical** ​ (ALEPH term - **Per**) ​
  
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 **Serial** ​ ( ALEPH term - **Ser Add**) ​ **Serial** ​ ( ALEPH term - **Ser Add**) ​
  
-**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 a 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 frequency, that do not contain separate articles by different authors. we consider an index or abstract that is published more frequently than annually as a serial not periodical because of the content. The frequency, in this case, is ignored.+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 a 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 frequency, that do not contain separate articles by different authors. we consider an index or abstract that is published more frequently than annually as a serial not periodical because of the content. The frequency, in this case, is ignored.
  
 **Analyzed Serials** ​ (ALEPH term - **Ser Anal**) ​ **Analyzed Serials** ​ (ALEPH term - **Ser Anal**) ​
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 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. ​ 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. ​
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 **Memberships/​blanket orders** **Memberships/​blanket orders**
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 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"​. ​ 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]]
  
-**Integrated Resources** 
  
-A bibliographic 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 publication. Looseleaf 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.+For further information on serials ​and workflows see:
  
 +  * [[serials_workflow_ceased_cancelled_titles|Serials Workflow: Ceased & Cancelled Titles]]
 +  * [[serials_workflow_new_titles|Serials Workflow: New Titles]]
 +  * [[serials_workflow_title_changes|Serials Workflow: Title Changes]]
  
-**Continuing Resource** +There is currently ​no documentation for **Reinstatement** ​(not needed, add new issue or re-catalogue as required)
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-Bibliographic resources that are issued over time with no predetermined conclusion. **Serials** and **integrating resources** are both continuing resources.  +
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-**Title Change** +
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-**Cancellation** +
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-For further definitions see:  [[glossary|Glossary of IRM Terms]]+
  
-//​[[lucyd@library.umass.edu|Primary contact: Lucy deGozzaldi]]//​.+For questions on definitions:​ 
 + ​--- ​//​[[lucyd@library.umass.edu|Primary contact: Lucy deGozzaldi]]//​
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