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OuR Procedure for Cataloging Analytics

OuR Procedure for Cataloging Analytics O[u]R Procedur e for Cataloging Analytics Jil l Newby Catalog Department Oregon State University Corvallis, OR 97331 Individual numbers of a serial title that • Records indicated on the function are monographic in nature are sent to repor t as not being in the index but whic h may have an online record en­ th e Catalog Dept. for cataloging as ana­ tered without any numeric search keys lytics. Our Cataloging Micro Enhancer process work s well with the analytics Records found online are edited and cataloging procedure since label produc­ printe d out, and later processed, online; tion isn't required for analytics. The they are not entered on the Micro En­ process also allows a backlog of "no hancer disk. copy " (i.e., n o bibliographic record I edit both these printouts (online found) search keys to be maintained on and CAT ME) and return them to a stu­ th e data disk for further searching. dent worker, who enters the CAT ME Whe n the analytic volumes are records on the Micro Enhancer data received in the Catalog Dept., a student disk. The printouts are kept in biblio­ worke r enters the numeric search keys graphic-file order so that, whe n the ont o the Micro Enhancer (CAT ME) data studen t worker completes the editing disk and retrieves records through the for one bibliographic record, the next automatic batch retrieval process. When recor d can be called up (using the th e automatic processing is completed, < F7 > key) without having to return th e student worker prints out the func­ t o the bib file list each time. tion report and the retrieved biblio­ I the n revise the bibliographic rec­ graphic records. ord s and set up the Micro Enhancer pro­ Next, the student photocopies the gram for automatic card production. title pages of those volumes for which Batch processing of records is done n o bibliographic record was found in in nonprim e time. After the automatic th e OCLC system. The photocopied processing is completed, I prin t out the sheets are marked with the current date, function report and correct any record call number, and series information and that could not be produce d because of kept in a "n o copy " file for subsequent an error. For future reference, I not e on use after there is likely to be a biblio­ th e function report the error made and graphic record in the OCLC Online ho w it was corrected. These corrected Union Catalog. records are then run through the batch The student then searches in the productio n process again, the new func­ online mode to locate and print records tion report printed out, and any further not retrieved by the Micro Enhancer errors corrected. program , including: • Records listed in the "multiple biblio­ graphic records retrieved" portion of th e CAT ME function report • Records without numeric search keys 8 OCLC Micro Vol. 1, No. 2 May 1985 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png OCLC Micro Emerald Publishing

OuR Procedure for Cataloging Analytics

OCLC Micro , Volume 1 (2): 1 – Feb 1, 1985

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O[u]R Procedur e for Cataloging Analytics Jil l Newby Catalog Department Oregon State University Corvallis, OR 97331 Individual numbers of a serial title that • Records indicated on the function are monographic in nature are sent to repor t as not being in the index but whic h may have an online record en­ th e Catalog Dept. for cataloging as ana­ tered without any numeric search keys lytics. Our Cataloging Micro Enhancer process work s well with the analytics Records found online are edited and cataloging procedure since label produc­ printe d out, and later processed, online; tion isn't required for analytics. The they are not entered on the Micro En­ process also allows a backlog of "no hancer disk. copy " (i.e., n o bibliographic record I edit both these printouts (online found) search keys to be maintained on and CAT ME) and return them to a stu­ th e data disk for further searching. dent worker, who enters the CAT ME Whe n the analytic volumes are records on the Micro Enhancer data received in the Catalog Dept., a student disk. The printouts are kept in biblio­ worke r enters the numeric search keys graphic-file order so that, whe n the ont o the Micro Enhancer (CAT ME) data studen t worker completes the editing disk and retrieves records through the for one bibliographic record, the next automatic batch retrieval process. When recor d can be called up (using the th e automatic processing is completed, < F7 > key) without having to return th e student worker prints out the func­ t o the bib file list each time. tion report and the retrieved biblio­ I the n revise the bibliographic rec­ graphic records. ord s and set up the Micro Enhancer pro­ Next, the student photocopies the gram for automatic card production. title pages of those volumes for which Batch processing of records is done n o bibliographic record was found in in nonprim e time. After the automatic th e OCLC system. The photocopied processing is completed, I prin t out the sheets are marked with the current date, function report and correct any record call number, and series information and that could not be produce d because of kept in a "n o copy " file for subsequent an error. For future reference, I not e on use after there is likely to be a biblio­ th e function report the error made and graphic record in the OCLC Online ho w it was corrected. These corrected Union Catalog. records are then run through the batch The student then searches in the productio n process again, the new func­ online mode to locate and print records tion report printed out, and any further not retrieved by the Micro Enhancer errors corrected. program , including: • Records listed in the "multiple biblio­ graphic records retrieved" portion of th e CAT ME function report • Records without numeric search keys 8 OCLC Micro Vol. 1, No. 2 May 1985

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OCLC MicroEmerald Publishing

Published: Feb 1, 1985

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