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   NOTES PERTAINING TO BINDING AND AVAILABILITY



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310   NOTES PERTAINING TO BINDING AND AVAILABILITY

Field Definition


This field contains a note on any aspect of binding and availability.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable.

Notes on Field Contents


This field contains notes on the binding and availability of the item. If more than one note is to be recorded, each is entered in a repeated field 310.

Related Fields


010 INTERNATIONAL STANDARD BOOK NUMBER (ISBN)

Within the ISBN field, $b Qualification and $d Terms of Availability and/or Price are available for entering details of binding and terms of availability respectively. It is recommended that this data be entered in these subfields when the record has one or more ISBN, since each ISBN often corresponds to a particular binding or has a particular availability. If there is no ISBN, this information may be entered in field 310.


Examples


EX 1: 310 ##$aAlso available in special edition of 50 numbered copies signed by the author

EX 2: 310 ##$aAvailable only to subscribers

EX 3 310 ##$aBound in modern vellum

EX 4 310 ##$aClassified

A note on restrictions of access to the item.



311   NOTES PERTAINING TO LINKING FIELDS

Field Definition


This field contains a note relating to one of the linking fields.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable.

Notes on Field Contents


This field contains notes which relate to data found in the 4 - ­LINKING ENTRY BLOCK. Data in the 4   fields may be used to print a note. If the note that would be printed from them would not adequately indicate the relationship and the item that is related, a note can be entered in 311 (and the indicator of the corresponding 4   field(s) set to 0 so that a note will not be automatically generated by those fields). In particular, specific relationships between the item being catalogued and another item referred in field 488 can be entered here. If more than one note is to be recorded, then each is entered in a repeated field 311.

Related Fields


300 GENERAL NOTE

Although field 300 can be used instead of 311, it is recommended that 311 be used for notes relating to data in linking fields or notes relating to item to which a link is made in a linking field.

305 NOTES PERTAINING TO EDITION AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC HISTORY.

This field is used for bibliographic history notes which are not related to linking fields.

327 CONTENTS NOTE

This field is used for contents notes which are not generated by linking fields.

4-- LINKING ENTRY BLOCK

Examples


EX 1: 311 ##$a'Produced in conjunction with the "Bloodstock breeders' annual.".'
488 #0$12001#$aBloodstock breeders' annual
or
488 #0$tBloodstock breeders' annual

In the item The stallion review it states 'Produced in conjunction with the Bloodstock breeders' annual'. The record for The stallion review contains a non-specific link (field 488) to the related work Bloodstock breeders' annual; thus it is necessary to make a note corresponding to the link since a specific note cannot be generated from field 488. The note is transcribed from the item in this example.




312   NOTES PERTAINING TO RELATED TITLES

Field Definition


This field contains a note relating to a title of the work, other than the title proper or parallel title proper.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable.

Notes on Field Contents


This field contains notes relating to any title appearing on the item, other than the title proper or parallel title proper (see field 304), or to a title by which the work is commonly known. These include cover title, added title page title, caption title, running title, spine title, for which the actual text of the title may be entered in the field. Titles of related works should not be noted here. If more than one note is to be recorded, then each is entered in a repeated field 312.

Related Fields


304 NOTES PERTAINING TO TITLE AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY

Field 304 is used for notes relating to the chief title of the work. It may be used for a note on the parallel title when it is part of the title and statement of responsibility area.

305 NOTES PERTAINING TO EDITION AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC HISTORY.

Field 305 is used for notes on titles of related works, which should not be entered in field 312.

5   RELATED TITLE BLOCK

This block is used for entering a related title in a form suitable as an access point. If it is required to enter a note on any such title, it should be entered in field 312. Notes on parallel titles may be entered in field 304 or field 312 depending on whether or not they are included in the title and statement of responsibility area.


Examples


EX 1: 200 l#$aAchieving changes$ea reports$fprepared by the West Virginia Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
312 ##$aSubtitle on cover: A report on the 1978 West Virginia Statewide Leadership Conference on Civil Rights.

A subtitle appears on the cover but not on the title page.

EX 2: 312 ##$aCommonly known as the Guinea catalog.
540 1#$aGuinea catalog

Commonly known title does not actually appear on the item.

EX 3: 312 ##$aSecond title page has title: Transfert de l'information

A parallel title appears outside the chief source of information. (Compare field 304,


EX 5.)

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