CATALOGING AND PHYSICAL PROCESSING OF MATERIAL PULLED FROM THE STACKS
Special Materials & Procedures
Offsite processing or major stack shifts uncover material without records
in CLIO. Copy is usually processed by MRP. Any remaining material
requiring original cataloging will be routed to OSMC. Pre-1830 material
should be reviewed for location and priority by RBML staff before it
is sent for cataloging.
MRP will determine whether stack material is fragile. Fragile material
needs to be placed in a tyvek envelope or tied with cotton tape.
Fragile volumes receive text input in the Note field and are
assigned Damaged item status.
Return to CPM Table of
- Check the T2 for any indication of item fragility. The T2 should say
return to Zack if the item is fragile. If there is no note or the note
says "Send to ReCAP," the item is not considered fragile.
- Catalog material as usual but use the existing call number in the
- Use the transcribe/recon statistics macros. If the item is cataloged
for PCC use the appropriate PCC or CONSER statistic instead so that the
item can be counted for PCC.
copy = ctrl + Sh + 2
orig = ctrl + Sh + 5
- If the item is fragile, do not barcode or create an
item record. Place the item with the CLIO holdings ID noted on the T2 on
the shelf labeled Pick-Ups for Zack.
Note: If the item is a boundwith, it is necessary to create an
item record regardless of fragility. If the item is fragile, create an
"empty" item record and do not apply a barcode. See procedures
- If the item is not fragile, create an item record and charge as usual.
BSP will not relabel and will route to ReCAP. They will stamp and tattle
tape as usual.
- If the item is pre-1830 and it is from Butler stacks, use the RBML
standard barcode that MRP will clip to the T2 rider. The item type is
Last updated: 04/27/12 kmh