Re: NEED SOME INPUT ON 037 IN SERIAL RECORD Turner, Alice D (30 Nov 2006 21:06 UTC)
Re: NEED SOME INPUT ON 037 IN SERIAL RECORD Turner, Alice D 30 Nov 2006 21:06 UTC
I don't know if this might help, but originally, the 037 field was
intended to accommodate the U.S.Government Printing Office number.
However, the definition was expanded to permit its use for any vendors
number. The Government Printing Office assigns a different and unrelated
numbers in records for serials. So, I was always told not to bother
with the 037 field when cataloging.
Hope this might be of some help.
Senior Serials Assistant
Indiana University School of Medicine
I.U. School of Medicine Library
Medical Research Building, IB 100, Room 202
975 West Walnut Street
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202
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Subject: [SERIALST] NEED SOME INPUT ON 037 IN SERIAL RECORD
Does OCLC field 037 (Source of Acquisition) have any value to local data
bases? In the past I remembered ACQ folks had some use to that field.
information in that field is so obsolete; one can not rely on that.
Thanks for any comment/help.
Cataloging, University Library, m/c 234
University of Illinois at Chicago
Box 8198, Chicago, IL 60680
Phone (312) 413-3294