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STAND ALONE MONOGRAPH CD-ROMS

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CD-ROMs that are monographs going to the branches or to the HESB GEN location can be checked out for 28 days. The Item Status will be 01.

CD-ROMs that are monographs going to Hesburgh Reserve location can be checked out for 3 days. The Item Status will be 23.

CD-ROMs that are monographs going to Closed Reference location cannot be checked out. The Item Status will be 97.

Change the Item Process Status to LB for Labeling.

Sample of Item Record:


image of CD item record


Stand alone CD-ROMs received without or with jewel cases will be placed in enclosures by the cataloger. There are 3 types of enclosures available. Choose the one that fits your piece. These enclosures have already been security stripped and will be available from Maggie.
1). Single CD-ROM with no jewel case
2). Single CD-ROM with jewel case.
3). Double CD-ROM with jewel cases.

If the CD-ROM was received in a nice binder, folder, or box, it may stay in its original packaging.

Place the barcode at the top of the inside back cover of the enclosure (just like you do for a print monograph).
Write the system number next to the barcode at the top of the inside of the back cover of the enclosure (just like you do for a print monograph).
Place a checkmark at the bottom (left side) of the inside back cover of the enclosure to show that the enclosure is security stripped.
If not already done, write the system number with a sharpie on the CD-ROM.

There are no titles on the enclosure. The cataloger does not need to type one, as the call number alone is sufficient for shelving.

Place the enclosure on the “Hand-Typed Labels” shelf in labeling.

Labeling will label both the enclosure (like they do for a print monograph) and the jewel case/cases.



mgiles 3/15/06