Monographs will have "a-m-a" in the left column. Records with other TYPEs or BLVLs will require more advanced documentation. If in doubt, consult with or forward to staff responsible for Advanced Copy or Original cataloging.
ONLY COMMONLY USED VALUES ARE LISTED - MORE ARE OFTEN AVAILABLE
Fixed fields are arranged counter-clockwise, like an @ sign.
alu aku azu aru cau ctu deu dcu flu gau hiu idu ilu inu iau ksu kyu mau mdu miu mnu mou msu mtu nmu oru ohu pau scu sdu tnu txu xxu utu vau wau wiu wvu
blank - default a - abstracts, summaries b - bibliographies (also with 504) c - catalogs + collections d - dictionaries e - encyclopedias f - handbooks i - indexes r - directories s - statistics t - technical reports
Each line beginning with a triangle and ending with a paragraph mark is a Field or Tag.
Each field may have one or two / First or Second indicators. Each one has its own value depending on the field.
Each field may be divided into sections called subfields, denoted by punctuation and a #delimiter+letter code. Each delimiter has its own value depending on the field.
Ending Punctuation for Bibliographic Data (valid to Dec. 2000) includes examples of fields.
BUT 110$aCorporate Name.$b Meeting $n ( ...) is used for reports of annual meetings.
Some other common notes include:
MARC fields outlined below those often used in Advanced Copy Cataloging or for non-book formats. Decisions on local practice are included. This is NOT a complete list. See USMARC Concise Format for Bibliographic Data or Bibliographic Formats and Standards : Contents for more complete listings. Additional documentation will be necessary and it can be found on the A/BC homepage, in manuals in A/BC, and through the LC Cataloger's Desktop and Classification Plus.
See also Special Policies
Fixed Field (008)
OCLC with type t; change type t to type a in Aleph/ODIN
006 - Add to records describing materials consisting of more than one format. Example, see Software policies and procedures. It is added to bring out variant format other than that coded in Fixed Field to provide a search limiter
007 - This field must be used on most non-book formats.
Required if applicable/Required if applicable 1st indicator - select appropriate code 0 Issue number 1 Matrix number 2 Plate number 3 Other publisher number 4 Videorecording number 5 Other publisher number 2nd Indicator - use 2nd indicator 2 0 No note,no added entry 1 Note,added entry required 2 Note,no added entry 3 No note,added entry required
049 - [word]UNDX reflects a location
049 - UNDX[word]reflects a format
092 and 099 theses - use the 4-cutter macro
049 - Special Collection Manuscripts.
099 9 OGL #a 417
049 - Special Collection manuscripts on microfilm. Use 049 and 590 as follows:
049 UNDR[Micro-][film][OGL 841]
590 Manuscript microfilm collection: OGL 841
099 - Catalog CD's with LC classifications. Add 099 _9 containing CD accession number.
090 M268.M429 #b T46 O6, 1995
099 9 CD 417
Catalog Phonograph Records with LC classifications. Use 049 and 590 as follows:
049 UND$[Records][PH 2011]
090 M2020.H3 #b C4
590 RECORD COLLECTION NUMBER: PH 2011
533 - #3 Microfiche issue(s). #a Microfiche. #b Washington, D.C. : #c Supt. Of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., #3 microfiches : negative ; 11 x 15 cm. This is used for govdocs when it is normally paper and the govt sent fiche. See Marcive instructions
533 - #3 Microfilm copy. #a Microfilm. #b Place : #c Microform Publisher, #d date. #e nn microfilm reels ; 35 mm. This is used as a TEMPORARY measure til there's time to cat using correct format, along with 006 and 007
533 - #3 Microfiche copy. #a Microfiche. #b Grand Forks, N.D. : #c University of North Dakota, #d [date} #e microfiches : negative ; 11 x 15 cm. This is used for UND theses on microfiche.
556 documentation for Special Collections
556 (blank) The White BUll manuscript was used in the writing of this text
700 1 White Bull, Joseph, #d 1849-1947. #t Sioux history in pictures : the White Bull manuscript, 1781-1931.
562 - #3 SPEC4 copy 1: #a Signed by the author
562 - Presentation copy by ... to the Chester Fritz Library ... or to UND Special Collections.
Collections, e.g. Burdick Collection
590 - ANALYTICS PER CONTENTS. Input on the main entry record for the set and catalog each item with analytics, i.e. a separate bib record for each item.
590 - LIBRARY ALSO HAS THIS TITLE ON MICRO_____, ... IN PAPER. Use this on titles held by the library in paper and microform formats.
650 Music headings - add as many as appropriate to bring out nature of music (3-4)
655 7 Genre headings on fiction. #2 lcgft
655 7 Genre headings on remote electronic resources #2 lcgft
655 Fields for videos, see: Videos at UND
655 7 North Dakota author. #2 local
655 7 University of North Dakota alumni. #2 local
655 7 University of North Dakota faculty. #2 local
Online books - EBL or ebrary
710 2 ebrary, Inc.
740 0 ebrary.
710 2 Ebook library.
740 0 EBL
776 - Use 0 indicator to cause display of the field. Also generally use 08 with #i ... version: #a or t
856 - 856 40 is to be used on an online resource record, 856 41 may be on a record that is NOT online but refers to it (UND currently removes this on non-online records but does use 776), and 856 42 is just other information available online. NOTE: old GPO policy was to put 856 41 on records for other formats.