|Cataloging Practices Manual||[CPM-845]|
Hardbound volumes with certain types of loose accompanying material are normally treated by the CUL Conservation Lab. For example, the lab tips in errata slips. For certain other types of loose accompanying material (e.g. maps), the Lab prepares pockets. The most efficient method of communicating to the Conservation Lab information concerning loose accompanying material is by means of a binding slip inserted by the cataloger.
Note: Paperback volumes with loose accompanying materials need to be bound and should be designated for binding by inserting a "B" rider into the book, and checked out to a Binding status patron. Attaching the loose material to the volume will be handled by the binding process so it is not necessary to insert a blank binding slip in them.
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