|Cataloging Practices Manual||[CPM-010]|
Consider a monographic bibliographic record exported from OCLC into CLIO to be standard copy for cataloging purposes if it falls into one of the groups listed below. Any record that does not meet these criteria is considered non-standard copy. Treat any record that is not suppressed and that has a location and call number in a MFHD that is not suppressed as standard, unless the bibliographic record contains a 965 field with "tempanalytic," in which case it is non-standard.
If a record meets the standard criteria listed below but lacks a usable call number in an 050, 090 or 950 it is still considered standard. In these cases a call number will need to be assigned. If a suppressed record matches the book in hand and meets the standard criteria below, see CPM-570 on added copy processing. For CJK title records, consider any CLIO bibliographic record lacking field 880 to be non-standard.
Records in CLIO are considered standard copy if they meet one of the following sets of criteria:
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