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  1. Serials in Quest Public Service Update Session January 27, 2005

  2. Part I: Revised Cataloging Rules(Anglo American Cataloging Rules)

  3. An Integrating Resource is: • A bibliographic resource that is added to or changed by means of updates that do not remain discrete and are integrated into the whole. Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  4. Three Major Types of IRs • Updating Loose-leaf • A bibliographic resource that consists of a base volume(s) updated by separate pages, which are inserted, removed, and/or substituted. • Updating Database • A database is a collection of logically interrelated data stored together in one or more computerized files, usually created and managed by a database management system. • Updating Web Site • A Web site that is updated, but does not fit into one of the other Type of Continuing Resource categories. Definitions from: MARC 21 Format for Bibliographic Data, 008 – Serials p. 8 (character position 21: Type of Continuing Resource). Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  5. Highlights: Integrating resources • First time rules have been included for loose-leafs, Web sites, databases • Entry convention of latest or “integrated entry” will be applied (changes made to one record) • Cataloging will be more serial-like (e.g., use of < >, v., serial fields) Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  6. Integrating Resources, Our Users, and the Quest Interface • MARC data structure is not fully implemented by OCLC and some of the early records need work, but it’s not to early to think about 1.) how we will interpret integrating resources to our users and 2.) modifying the Quest interface so that patrons can benefit from the new format. • The following searches which are currently available provide a rough approximation of what search results for IR searches will look like: • integrating resources (wfs=s and wbl=m) • electronic integrating resources (wfs=s and wbl=m and wfs=m) • online bibliographic databases (requires indexing additional field) • print looseleafs (wfs=s and wbl=m) not wfs=m • Public Services Update #1—January 2005 – Betsy McKelvey

  7. A serial is: “A continuing resource issued in a succession of discrete parts, usually bearing numbering, that has no predeterminedconclusion. Examples of serials include journals, magazines, electronic journals, continuing directories, annual reports, newspapers, and monographic series.” Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  8. Highlights: Serials • Distinction between major and minor title changes • Fewer new records due to title changes QUEST • CONSER is applying rule changes and consolidating titles, placing variant titles in fields searchable in Quest’s title index. Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  9. Minor Changes: Highlights • Corporate body added or deleted anywhere; representation of body name changed • Words are added or deleted from a list, or order changed, with no significant subject change • Words indicating type of resource added/dropped Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  10. Examples of Minor Changes Involving Body Names Docket sheet of the Supreme Court of the U.S. Docket sheet CONSER annual report Annual report of CONSER Report of the Joint Committee on Printing JCP report Newsletter of the Association of Gravestone Studies AGS newsletter Journal of the Association of Computing Machinery Journal of the ACM Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  11. Words in a List--Examples • Directory of dentists, dental specialists and dental hygienists, licensed and registered in Tennessee Directory of dentists, dental specialists, dental hygienists, and dental assistants licensed and registered in Tennessee • Philosophical magazine. B. Physics of condensed matter, electronic, optical, and magnetic properties Philosophical magazine. B. Physics of condensed matter, structural, electronic, optical and magnetic properties Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  12. Atlantic Atlantic monthly (Frequency not covered) Words Indicating Type of Resource • Words indicating type of resource are added or dropped or rearranged anywhere in the title Organic chemistry review Organic chemistry Organic chemistry review Review of organic chemistry (note: See Notes page for explanation) Outlook Outlook magazine BUT NOT Slide adapted from: Transforming AACR2: using the revised rules in Chapters 9 and 12 / presented at NASIG June 22, 2002 Williamsburg, VA by Les Hawkins and Jean Hirons, Library of Congress

  13. Part II:Holdings Standard • Continued implementation of ANSI/NISO Z39.71-1999: Holdings statements for bibliographic items • New Holdings Coordinator -- Larry Busenbark • Establishment of Serials Department Database Maintenance Team

  14. Holdings Statement vs. Item Grid: • Item Grid: Use only for Current Periodicals • Holdings Statements: Use for all volumes not in Current Periodicals • NEJM

  15. Part III:Access Management Service Providers Outsourcing Serials Cataloging to Serials Solutions

  16. E-Journal Cataloging At BC • Early cataloging was done in house. • Experiments with separate records • Experiment with adding electronic version to print record • Implementation of Serials Solutions MARC record service in 2003. • Electronic holdings are still found on some print records. The information on print records is less reliable than the information on Serials Solutions records. • Probable change to ExLibris MARCIT which uses FindIT (SFX) profile.

  17. Serials Solutions Records • Finding them: • In Adanced Search, use drop down box to limit search to “Journals on the Web” • Knowing you’ve found them: • In MARC view 040=wasess • FMT field is EJ (wfm=ej)

  18. Serials Solutions Brief Records • Used when a full CONSER record isn’t available. • Minimal record, no subject headings

  19. Outsourced records and subtitles The main title field of the bibliographic record routinely carries the title & subtitle. The presence of the subtitle in the main title field of a serial record can make searching difficult; the subtitle will force the title lower in the list and unless you scroll down, a quick search may not find the title. For in house records, Cataloging removes the subtitle from the title field and creates a variant title field that holds the title with subtitle [Sys. 897301]. Those who are searching titles from citations will still have access to the title/subtitle string. This extra step is not taken with Serials Solutions records.

  20. Part IV: • Links users directly from citation online database to full text article • Knowledge base containing information about all of our e-journals helps make the connections. • Analyze searches FindIT does in Quest with a critical human eye -- although it’s a powerful machine, it can’t think! FindIT (SFX)

  21. Example of a problematic SFX outcome ** User Comments ** Familiar problem: Links to Sage family studies abstracts, but should link to American Journal of Family Therapy (which we have) ** Metadata ** Author: Miller, L, Laurence Article Title: Family therapy of terroristic trauma: psychological syndromes and treatment strategies Journal: Sage family studies abstracts Abbreviated Journal: SAGE FAMILY STUDIES ABSTRACTS Volume: 25 Issue: 4 Year: 2003 ISSN: 0164-0283 SID: FirstSearch:ArticleFirst OpenURL: http://metaquest.bc.edu:4000/sfx_local?sid=FirstSearch:ArticleFirst&genre=article&issn=0164-0283&atitle=Family therapy of terroristic trauma: psychological syndromes and treatment strategies&title=Sage Family Studies Abstracts&volume=25&issue=4&date=2003&aulast=Miller&aufirst=Laurence&id=doi:&pid=<accession number>01640283SFS0250040001212</accession number><fssessid>sp06sw04-63928-e3kleud1-sqrzvz</fssessid><edition></edition>&url_ver=Z39.88-2004&rfr_id=info: