Uniform Title and Electronic Serials (Jeff Steely) Stephen Clark 05 Mar 1998 21:26 UTC
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Date: Thu, 5 Mar 1998 15:06:34 -0600
From: Jeff Steely <Jeffrey_Steely@BAYLOR.EDU>
Subject: Uniform Title and Electronic Serials
When a print and electronic version of a serial are issued simultaneously, does one need to add a 130 to the print version of the serial? I just came across a record in OCLC in which the uniform title "Nitric oxide (Print)" was added to the record for the print version (OCLC #35147437). This is the source of my question.
CONSER Catatloging Manual 5.2.5, "When not to add a uniform title" says that a uniform title is NOT necessary "when the records represent different physical versions of the same serial that are issued simultaneously."
I also checked Module 31 online. 31.6 states that "a computer file serial that is also issued in another physical format, such as print or CD- ROM, is not treated as a reproduction, and therefore requires a uniform title qualified by the physical medium." There is no indication, however, that a 130 should be added to the print copy. The example in Module 31 for a concurrently published serial (http://lcweb.loc.gov/acq/conser/mod31pt2.html#record) is "Emerging infectious diseases." While the example has the uniform title "Emerging infectious diseases (Online)", the counterpart print record does NOT have a uniform title.
So, should the record for the print version have a uniform title added? If so, under what circumstances?
Thanks for your assistance.
(Wannabe Serials Cataloger)
Baylor Libraries: Serials
PO Box 97151
Waco, TX 76798-7151