BOOK MARKING FOR MONOGRAPHS
Processing Physical Items Procedures
It is necessary to mark cataloged items to ensure proper labeling.
Mark books in pencil.
CPM500 short list (CLIO locations used for ordering and cataloging) to translate the Voyager
location code into text. For example, glx should be transcribed on the
t.p. verso as Butlstax. (If location in CLIO or T2 is not on the short list, consult supervisor)
- Reading Room Location--Consult Reading
Room Processing Chart . Use the spine label column in the chart for t.p verso
text. Note that some locations should be transcribed
on two lines.
- Write each element of a call number on a separate line. If in doubt,
- If a call number already present on t.p. verso, e.g., the book
has come from Pre Cat, line through the first call number.
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- If the location has a reference sublocation, and the primary locations
is other than eax or uts, transcribe
the primary location as listed in CPM-500
and write REF
in parentheses directly after the primary location. (In these cases REF will not print on the
spine label or binding slip).
- If locations eax (location "eal" should be processed according
to point V above) or uts have a reference sublocations
transcribe exactly as listed in CPM-500.
For these locations the term REF will print on spine labels and binding slips.
- Avery catalogers will transcribe (RESERVES) next to
the main location if the book in hand will be in Avery's permanent
reserves collection. Avery and Fine Arts books classed in Library of
Congresss classification should have Avery-LC transcribed on the t.p.
- Transcribe any caption terms for multivolume works using appropriate
Go to List of Caption terms
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Last updated: 09/24/08 ink