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IGI Global

WHO Code
IGIG
Address
701 E. Chocolate Avenue
City
Hershey
State/Province
PA
Country
USA
Zip/Postal Code
17033
Phone
717-533-8845 ext. 120
Status
Current
RDA Procedures

13 July 2015

IGIG receives RDA records.

IGI-Global provides spreadsheets to matt@slc.bc.ca for e-books and e-journals and to susan@slc.bc.ca for streaming videos.

Spreadsheets contain:

Title
TitleID (IGI's unique identifier) (090$e)
Bookstore Link
DOI
Persistent URL
Hard Cover - ISBN 10 020 $z$qprint
Hard Cover - ISBN 13 020 $z$qprint
Soft Cover - ISBN 13 020 $z$qpaperback
Electronic - ISBN 13 020 $aeISBN$qelectronic

Since all exist in print, and many will have been catalogued, Matt will machine search and send to Pamela.

The persistent URL will take you to the platform where you can access chapter level PDFs, but chapter level records will not be prepared.

1. Paste the persistent URL into your browser: http://services.igi-global.com/resolvedoi/resolve.aspx?doi=10.4018/978-…
2. This brings you to the bookstore page for the book (http://www.igi-global.com/book/printing-its-impact-production-fully/173…)
3. In the right hand column, under "More Information," click the link "Access on Platform."
4. The familiar Login page appears. Enter SLC, SLC (not case-sensitive, by the way).
5. Now you should be at the page for the book itself (http://www.igi-global.com/gateway/book/173026). On the left hand side of the page you should see links [PDF] [HTML] that will let you open each chapter.

The site requires a login:

username: SLC
password: SLC

OCLC UPLOAD

Matt uploads MARC records to OCLC using IGIGL FTP account and adds 035 containing assigned OCNs.


Electronic Monograph Record Template

LDR:
05 = n
06 = a
07 = m monograph
08 = blank
09 = blank
17 = blank
18 = i
22 = f
39 = d

001 SLC qualified RSN moved to 035 on export; 090$e (qv) exported as 001
SLC RSN retained in OCLC export.

003 CaBNvSL (used to qualify 035)

006:
00 = m
01-04 = blank
05 = e
06-08 = blank
09 = d
10-17 = blank

007 (no. 1)
00 = c
01 = r
02 = blank
03 colour
a = one colour
b = black and white [Assume for automatic supplying; change if wrong[
c = multicoloured
04 = n
05 = blank
06-08 = |
09 = m
10-12 = |
13 = a

007(no.2)
00 = v
01 = z
02 = |
03
a = one colour
b = black and white [Assume for automatic supplying; change if wrong[
c = multicoloured
04 = z
05 = a
06 = z
07 = u
08= |

008:
06 = s
07-10 <year>
15-17 = pau
18-21
blank = no illustrations
a = illustrations
d = charts
e = plans
k = forms
22 = f
23 = o
24-27
a = abstracts
b = bibliographical references
28 = blank
29 = 0 or 1 for conference publication
30 = 0
31
0 = no index
1 = index
32 = blank
33 = 0
34 = blank
35-37 = eng
38 = blank

010 $z<print LCCN>
020 $a13 digit e-ISBN$qelectronic
If there is a 10 digit electronc ISBN, code 020$a.
020 $z10 digit print ISBN$qprint
020 $z13 digit print ISBN$qprint
020 $z10 digit softcover print ISBN$qpaperback
020 $z13 digit softcover print ISBN$qpaperback
Include all print ISBNs coded 020$z, qualified.

When ISBNs in item and in spreadsheet differ, e.g., which is print and which is electronic, accept the spreadsheet.

024 7 $a<DOI>$2doi

040 $aCaBNVSL$beng$erda$cCaBNVSL$dCaBNVSL

050 4 $a<LCC> add "e" to year
060 4 $a<NLMC> if 050 begins R; add "e" to year
082 04 $a<DDC>$2<ed.>
090 $a$bIGIG$e<Title ID> [Deleted on export; $e moved o 001]
093 $aIGIG<date> [Deleted on export]

100 1 $a<Check against LC authorities & earlier records done>
111 2 $a<Conference name> if conference proceedings
100/700/110/710 relator terms

After main and added entries, enter following final mark of punctuation $e(s), and one or more RDA terms. Precede and separate $e's with commas.

245 10 $a<Title> :$b<subtitle> /$cStatement of responsibility.
246 30 $a<Distinctive part of title>.
250 $a<Edition>.
264 1 $aHershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Ave., Hershey, PA 17033) :$bIGI Global,$c<year>.
300 $aPDFs ( pages) :$billustrations.
[Notice "PDFs" above. Monographs are divided into multiple PDFs. Get the ebook pagination from the last page of the index or last chapter.]
*336 $atext$2rdaontent
*337 $aelectronic$2isbdmedia
*338 $aonline resource$2rdacarrier
490 1 $a<Series title as in item,$x<eISSN> ;$v
500 $aIssued as part of .... [If collection title on website]
504 $aIncludes bibliographical references (pages ) and index.
Remove " and index" if index not included.

505 0 $a<Contents>; cut & paste chapter titles from PDF or website,
Limit to one 505 of chapter titles only.
For a multi-volume work, or a long work with named sections, give volume or section titles only. Long chapter titles may be shortened by using "...". Use the PDF, not the Bookstore TOC, as the source for 505. (The Bookstore TOC chapter titles may differ, be in a different order, and lack authors.)

506 $aRestricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers.
520 3 $a<Abstract/summary/blurb cut and pasted> [If more than 300 words, use first one or two paragraphs only.]
If you think the LC 520 describes the contents adequately, leave it as is. Otherwise, find the text for the summary on the Bookstore page under the heading "Description." You might have to edit the description to make them factual, rather than promotional.

530 $aAlso available in print.
538 $aMode of access: World Wide Web.
588 $aTitle from PDF title page (viewed on <date>).
650 0 $a<LCSH>
650 2 $a<MeSH> [if 050 begins R]

653 $a<Author assigned keyword [one term per 653]
Find the author/editor-assigned keywords on the Bookstore page under the heading "Topics Covered." Don't add a 653 keyword for a term that already appears as a 650 LC or NLM term.

700 1 $a<Added personal entry>.
710 2 $aIGI Global,$epublisher.
710 2 $a<Other added corporate entry>.
740 0 $a<Added analytic title entry>.
776 08 $iPrint version:$z<10 digit ISBN>$z13 digit ISBN$w(DLC)<LCCN>
Only one $z if only one ISBN; include only hardcover ISBNs if both hard and soft cover ISBNs are given.
For ISSN see Electronic template below.
830 0 $a<Series title> ;$vxx. $xISSN
830 0 $a<Collection title if in 500>
856 41 $3Chapter PDFs via platform:$u<Persistent URL>
990 $a<Cataloguer's initials>. [Removed on export]


Electronic Serial Record Template

LDR/06 Type of record
"a" for language material

LDR/07 Bibliographic level
"s" for serial; "i" for integrating resource
When coding "i" use 310 $aContinuously updated

LDR/17 Encoding level
blank

LDR/18 Descriptive cataloging form
"i"

001 Control number
Moved to 035 on export, 090$eTitleID substituted

003 CaBNvSL (used to qualify 035)

006 Additional material characteristics
byte 00 = "m"

007 Physical characteristics
byte 00 = "c" and byte 01 = "r"

008/bytes 00-05 Date entered
System entered

008/06 Publication status
"c" for currently published
"d" for ceased publication
"u" for unknown

008/7-14 Dates of publication
bytes 7-10 for start date bytes 11-14 for ending date
(usually 9999 to reflect currently published)
Use dates of print publication, even if not all on the website.

008/15-17 Place of publication
pau

008/18-19 Frequency/Regularity
Not required
Code with fill character
Leave in derived records

008/21 Type of continuing resource
"p" for periodical

008/22 Form of original item
blank

008/23 Form of item
""s" for electronic

008/24-32 Fixed field data elements
blanks

008/33 Original alphabet or script of title
blank

008/34 Entry convention
Use 0 for successive entry

008/35-37 Language
eng

008/38 Modified record
blank

008/39 Cataloging source
"d" for other

010$z print LCCN

022 ISSN
$a for eISSN
$y for print ISSN

040 Cataloging source
$aCaBNVSL$beng$erda$cCaBNVSL$dCaBNVSL for originals
Add $dCaBNVSL for derives, removing any existing $d except DLC

043 Area
If coding 043, include a 6XX$z

050 4 $aLC Call Number
Use class web; use 2nd indicator 4
http://classificationweb.net/
Add "e" at end
060 NLMC
Assign if 050 begins "R"

070 NALC
Leave in but do not assign

080 UDC
Leave in but do not assign

082 04 $aDDC$2ed.
Assign

090 $a$bIGIG$e<TitleID>
Removed on export; $e moved to 001

093 Key
$aIGIG<date>
Removed on export

110 Corporate main entry

Very rare; only used for such things as annual reports.

130 Uniform title main entry
Not required to differentiate from another serial/
For generic titles, e.g., "Newsletter", use 130 with issuing agency in curves after the title.

130/240 Uniform title
Do not create for translations or language editions
Make added entry instead (730)

210 Abbreviated title
Do not enter, but leave in derived records

222 Key title
Do not enter, but leave in derived records

245 $aTitle statement
Transcribe as it appears on chief source.

245 $b Other title information
Transcribe only if needed to clarify or support title proper
Normally record subtitles only in 246 13
245 $b Parallel title, initialism/acronym
Do not record initialisms/acronyms in 245$b
Enter parallel titles as per AACR2
Create 246 11 for parallel title, 246 13 for initialism/acronym

246 Variant title

246 11 $aParallel title.
246 1 $iNote$aTitle.
246 13 $aVariant title.

Enter final periods as per SLC policy, in order to have a period in notes created by 2nd indicator.

264 1 $aHershey, Pennsylvania (701 E. Chocolate Ave., Hershey, PA 17033) :$bIGI Global,$c<year>-

300 Physical description
$aPDFs ( pages) :$billustrations.
No space after $a (unlike before "volumes")
"illustrations" only if applicable

310 Current frequency
Deduce from file if not stated
Record integrating resources as 310 $aContinuosly upddated

321 Former frequency
If more than three, summarize as "Frequency varies".

362 Numbering
Contrary to AACR2, and following CONSER, use "Unformatted style" even if issue one is consulted.

Use indicator value "1" (Unformatted) with format "Began with <Vol. and issue no.> (<year>), or "Began in <date>.

Examples:
362 1 $aBegan with Vol. 7, no. 001 (2005).
362 1 $aBegan in 1998; ceased in 2002.
362 1 $aCeased with Vol. 10, no. 10 (2009).

When the print version began earlier than the electronic version, the 362 should refer to the print version. Probably this is because the holdings of the electronic version are likely to expand to include earlier issues as time goes on.

Sometimes that starting date and issue may be difficult to find. Note that if you have uncertainly about the earliest issues you can just enter a year or a year with a question mark. So, some examples might be:

362 1 $aBegan with Vol. 1, no. 1 (1986).
362 1 $aBegan in 1986.
362 1 $aBegan in 1986?
362 1 $aBegan with Vol. 7, no. 001 (2005); ceased with Vol. 9, no. 004
(2007).
362 1 $aBegan in 1998; ceased in 2002.

Transcribe data as found (standard abbreviations may be used)

5XX Notes
Translate notes in non English languages into English.

506 $aRestricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers.

510 0 $a<Indexers if known, one per 510>

530 Additional format
530 $aAlso available in print.

538 $aMode of access: World Wide Web.

588 Source of description
Record "Description based on:" and "title from" notes in the same field.
Should be first issue available online, and *not* same as last issue consulted

Examples:
588 $aDescription based on: Vol. 7, no. 001 (2005); title from title screen (IGI Global, viewed Sept. 23, 2009).
588 $aLatest issue consulted: Vol. 8, no. 003 (2006) (viewed Sept. 23, 2009).

For the "588 $aDescription based on: ." note, cite the earliest available electronic issue.

6XX 0 LCSH

Use class web, for full level record, use 2nd indicators 0, make sure
is verified in library of congress authorities
http://classificationweb.net/
Required

6XX 2 MeSH
Assign 6XX 2 MeSH when 050 begins "R"

710 2 $aIGI Global.

710 Added entry - corporate name
Corporate name or jurisdiction name.

776 08 $iPrint version:$x<ISSN>$w(DLC)<LCCN>
For ISBN see Monograph template above.

780/785 Successive entry linking fields

856 48 $3Article PDFs via platform:$u<Persistent URL>
The $3 text replaces a display constant, thus 2nd indicator "8".

990 Cataloguer's initials
Removed on export


Streaming Video Record Template

LDR/05 = n
/06 = g
/07 = m
/08 = blank
/09 = blank
/17 = blank
/18 = i
/19 = blank
006/00 = m
/06 = o
/09 = c
007/00 = v
/01 = z
/03 = b b&w, c = colour
/04 = z
/05 = a
/06 = z
/07 = u
/08 = |
008
/06 = s
/07-10 = year
/15-17 = country of production code
base on 264 1 $a
/18-20 = running time
/22 = |
/28 = |
/29 = o
/33 = m
/34 = a animation, l live action
/35-37 = language code, e.g., eng
/38 = [blank]
/39 = d

0XX standard numbers if any
040 The order of subfields is 040$a$b$e$c$d.
041 Language codes
050 LCC
060 NLMC if 050 begins R
082 DDC
090 $a$bIGIG$e<Title ID> [Deleted on export; $e moved o 001]
093 $aIGIGdate [delete on export]
100 (very rare rare)/700/110/710 relator terms
After main and added entries, enter $e(s), and one or more RDA terms.
Precede and separate $e's with commas.

actor
animator
architect
arranger of music
art director
author
broadcaster
caster
choreographer
commentator
composer
conductor
contributor
costume designer
creator
dancer
dedicatee
designer
director
director of photography
editor of moving image work
editor
film director
filmmaker
instrumentalist
interviewee
interviewer
issuing body
librettist
moderator
musical director
narrator
on-screen presenter
panelist
performer
photographer
presenter
production company
production designer
[reader see narrator]
screenwriter
speaker
sponsor
television director
television producer
100 1 $axxxx.,$espeaker. [for video lectures]
245 0X $aTitle :$bsubtitle or =$bParallel title /$c[speaker for video lectures].
[Enter all noncast credits in 508; Exception is 245 /$ca film by Tom Jones, but Jones is still not main entry or in the case of oral or videoed historical interviews, both interviewee and interviewer are in 245 /$c, with main entry under interviewee]
246 1 $iAt head of title:$a
246 30 $aDistinctive portion of title
257 Country of original production [omit]
264 3 $aCity [Jurisdiction :$bIGI Global,$cyear.
[Do not transcribe postal code]
300 $a1 streaming video (xxx min.) :$b sound, colour.
336 $atwo-dimensional moving image$2rdacontent
[If drama, term above includes sound track; if speaker or panel, include:
336 $aspoken word$2rdacontent
337 $aelectronic$2isbdmedia
338 $aonline resource$2rdacarrier
500 $aTitle from title frames.
508 $aNon cast credits. [S:C: do not use 245 /$c].
511 $aCast credits.
505 0 $aTable of contents.
520 Summary.
546 Language(s), e.g., Dialogue in Korean with English subtitles.
538 Mode of access and system requirements, e.g.:
538 $aMode of access: World Wide Web.
650 0 $aSubject [$vDrama only if fiction film]
650 2 $aMeSh [if 050 beginsR]
655 0 $aGenre as appropriate, e.g.:
655 4 $aStreaming videos.
700 1 $aPersonal name added entries with $e.
At least screen writer, television director, first three cast members.
710 2 $aIGI Global,$eproduction company.
856 40 $uxxx
990 cataloger initials [remove on export]


OCLC UPLOAD

Matt uploads using OCLC IGIG account, adding 035 OCN.

Matt provides IGIG <eContent@igi-global.com> with URLs at slc.bc.ca/pickup/igig for MARC batch files and zip files containing individual MARC records named by their control number.


Rich invoices IGI-G jwitman@igi-global.com


IGIG PRICES

Charged IGIG

MARC monograph records: $11.00 per record
MARC serial records: $14.00 per record
MARC streaming videos: 16.00 per record
NLM/MeSH added: plus $2.00 each per record
505s of more than 10 chapters: $3.00
AACR2 compatible records: $1.00 per record.
Record processing: $1.50

Cataloguers

MARC monograph records: $8.00 per record
MARC serial records: $9.00 [er record
MARC streaming video records: $11.00 per record
NLM/MeSH added: plus $2.00 each per record
505s if more than 10 chapters: $3.00
Revising: $2.00 per record