|Cataloging Practices Manual||[CPM-571]|
Once you have determined via CPM001 that book in hand is not a duplicate, use the following chart to decide where to add copy in hand. The chart below lists the most frequently expected combinations of locations which may exist as separate records in CLIO as a result of batch loading records into CLIO from previously separate library catalogs. The term "CU loc " on the chart refers to Morningside location codes used by Bibliographic Control Division and Barnard staff (e.g. afst, ave, bus, che, glx, etc., etc.). The term "UTS" location applies to catalog records created when Burke Library was separate from CU Libraries and which were batch loaded into CLIO in 2004. For combinations of locations other than CU, HSL, UTS or DOCS, consult supervisor.
If bibliographic record has OTF or OTFR in the 965 field, do not use the record for any processing.
For additional added copy processing procedures, consult CPM570.
|ADDED COPIES PROCESSING DECISION CHART||CLIO Has Holdings||CU Action||HS Action|
|CU loc only||Add||Add*|
|HS loc only (including loc. nyspi or orth)||Add**||Add|
|DOCS loc only||Add***||Add***|
|UTS loc only||Add||Add*|
|CU, HSL (incl. nyspi or orth) or UTS on separate records||Add to CU||Add to HS|
|CU, DOCS or UTS on separate records||Add to CU||Add to CU*|
|HSL (incl. nyspi or orth), DOCS or UTS on separate records||Add to UTS||Add to HS|
|CU, HSL (incl. nyspi or orth), DOCS or UTS on separate records||Add to CU||Add to HS|
* HS staff check for presence of MESH (650 2) and add if needed
** CU staff check for presence of LCSH (6xx 0) and add if needed (or search for copy with LCSH)
*** Search OCLC for standard copy and replace/merge before processing
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