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serials_workflow_holdings_records [2020/07/23 14:21]
annk [Enumeration & Series Designations]
serials_workflow_holdings_records [2021/02/09 14:28] (current)
annk [Constructing a Holdings Statement]
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 The holdings statement for serials is recorded in the 866 field. All holdings statements require indicators 41 in the 866 field. For information on this field and indicator definitions,​ please see the Library of Congress MARC documentation for textual holdings at [[https://​www.loc.gov/​marc/​holdings/​hd866868.html]]. The holdings statement for serials is recorded in the 866 field. All holdings statements require indicators 41 in the 866 field. For information on this field and indicator definitions,​ please see the Library of Congress MARC documentation for textual holdings at [[https://​www.loc.gov/​marc/​holdings/​hd866868.html]].
  
-Holdings statements should ALWAYS REFLECT WHAT THE LIBRARY OWNS. Holdings statements do not indicate what we do not yet own. The 866 field is a general statement of what the library currently owns and does not future-cast. Each time an issue is received by the library, update the end of the holdings statement by deleting the previous final issue held and adding the number and/or year of the new final issue held. Do not list each issue in a holdings statement. Individual issues are described in the Item Description field.+Holdings statements should ALWAYS REFLECT WHAT THE LIBRARY OWNS. Holdings statements do not indicate what we do not yet own. The 866 field is a general statement of what the library currently owns and does not future-cast. Each time an issue is received by the library, update the end of the holdings statement by deleting the previous final issue held and adding the number and/or year of the new final issue held. Do not list each issue in a holdings statement. Individual issues are described in the Item Description field. If we are currently receiving a title and it is ongoing, use a hyphen to depict that we hold [volumes] through present.
  
   * 866 41 $a 2001/​2002-2003/​2004   * 866 41 $a 2001/​2002-2003/​2004
   * 866 41 $a v.13 (1996)-v.20:​no.6 (2003)   * 866 41 $a v.13 (1996)-v.20:​no.6 (2003)
 +  * 866 41 $a 2013-
 +  * 866 41 $a v.15(1978)-
  
 **Incomplete Holdings Statement** **Incomplete Holdings Statement**
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 If you come across an old title with a 952 field in the holdings record, this field must be removed. Please see instructions on [[serials_workflow_fixing_field_952_incomplete_holdings|Fixing Field 952 Incomplete Holdings]] information. If you come across an old title with a 952 field in the holdings record, this field must be removed. Please see instructions on [[serials_workflow_fixing_field_952_incomplete_holdings|Fixing Field 952 Incomplete Holdings]] information.
  
 +**Current Year Only Titles**
 +
 +If the libraries only keep the current year or latest year of a title, the holdings statement will look like this:
 +
 +  * 866 41 $a Current year only retained
 ===== Enumeration & Series Designations ===== ===== Enumeration & Series Designations =====
  
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 NOTE: Use the RDA instructions for abbreviations,​ available in [[http://​access.rdatoolkit.org/​rdaappb_rdab-20136.html|Appendix B: Abbreviations and Symbols]] to determine abbreviations for volume designations in foreign languages. Do not correct previously cataloged items added under previous rules (such as AACR2). NOTE: Use the RDA instructions for abbreviations,​ available in [[http://​access.rdatoolkit.org/​rdaappb_rdab-20136.html|Appendix B: Abbreviations and Symbols]] to determine abbreviations for volume designations in foreign languages. Do not correct previously cataloged items added under previous rules (such as AACR2).
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-Enumerations used in holdings statements include, but may not be limited to: 
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-  * v. (volume) 
-  * no. (number) 
-  * pt. (part) 
-  * t. (tome) 
-  * bd. (band) 
  
  A series designation will precede the volumes included in that series. Examples of series designations include, but are not limited to:  A series designation will precede the volumes included in that series. Examples of series designations include, but are not limited to:
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   * If a title has been cancelled by the library, this is no longer denoted in the holdings record. Follow the instructions for [[serials_workflow_ceased_cancelled_titles|Ceased & Cancelled Titles]].   * If a title has been cancelled by the library, this is no longer denoted in the holdings record. Follow the instructions for [[serials_workflow_ceased_cancelled_titles|Ceased & Cancelled Titles]].
  
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