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   NOTES PERTAINING TO SUBJECT ACCESS



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313   NOTES PERTAINING TO SUBJECT ACCESS

Field Definition


This field contains a note relating to subject access to the item described in the record.

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 may include an indication of the provision of subject indexes or classification provided in the item, as well as other ways in which subject control of the information is available. If more than one note is to be recorded, then each is entered in a repeated field 313.

Related Fields


321 EXTERNAL INDEXES/ABSTRACTS/REFERENCES NOTE

This field may be used to record indexes to a work, some of which may be subject indexes, but if a comprehensive note only on the subject approach available is required, field 313 should be used.



Examples

EX 1: 313 ##$aMain sequence classified by D.D.C. Subject indexing according to PRECIS leading to classified sequence.

A record for the British National Bibliography.

EX 2: 313 ##$aDocument bears UDC no. 002/050+778.14+001.4

An official standard bears a UDC number describing its subject.



314   NOTES PERTAINING TO RESPONSIBILITY

Field Definition


This field contains a note relating to the responsibility of the work.

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


Notes relating to the responsibility of the item other than a note on the statement of responsibility (see field 304). This includes notes on persons or corporate bodies (including meetings) which have responsibility for the item and which may not have been recorded elsewhere in the record. If more than one note is to be recorded, each is entered in a repeated field 314.

Related Fields


304 NOTES PERTAINING TO TITLE AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY

Any note relating to data in the statement of responsibility should be entered in field 304 rather than in field 314.

7   RESPONSIBILITY BLOCK

A note concerning data in fields in this block is entered in field 314. Many cataloguing codes require that any access point for an item be justified in the notes if it is not present elsewhere in the description of the item. Field 314 may be used for such notes.


Examples


EX 1: 314 ##$a'Sponsored by the Environmental Mutagen Society'

This information is not present in the 200 field.

EX 2: 314 ##$aCompiled by Samuel French Ltd.

EX 3: 314 ##$aDesigned and compiled by the Publication Relations Unit, Melbourne

EX 4: 314 ##$aText by Denise Hooker

EX 5: 314 ##$aCompiled by J.W. Jolliffe

EX 6: 314 ##$aCommissioned by the Royal Australian College of Surgeons



315   NOTES PERTAINING TO MATERIAL
(OR TYPE OF PUBLICATION) SPECIFIC INFORMATION

Field Definition


This field contains a note relating to material specific information, i.e. data relevant only to one or a group of types of material.

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


Material specific notes (i.e. notes relating to aspects of a type of material, such as scale of maps, numbering of continuing resources) should be entered here. If more than one note is to be recorded, each is entered in a repeated field 315.

Related Fields


206, 207, 208, 230    Material specific area statements

Care must be taken not to enter information in field 315 which may be accommodated elsewhere in the more specific field. For example, statements on scale in cartographic materials and numbering for continuing resources should be entered in fields 206 and 207.


Examples


EX l: 315 ##$aSuspended 1939 1945

A note relating to the numbering of a continuing resource explaining why the numbering and dates do not match.

EX 2: 315 ##$aScale of original ca 1:1,300

A note relating to the scale of the original cartographic work.




316   NOTE RELATING TO THE COPY IN HAND

Field Definition


This field contains a note relating to the copy in hand.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Repeatable.

$u Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)

The Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), for example a URL or URN, which provides electronic access data in a standard syntax. This data can be used for automated access to an electronic resource through one of the Internet protocols. Subfield $u may be used to link to a website. Repeatable.

$5 Institution to which the Field Applies

Name of institution and copy to which field applies in coded form. Codes should be entered in accordance with the provisions of International Standard Identifier for Libraries and Related Organizations (ISIL), ISO 15511. (Existing records may contain codes from MARC Code List for Organizations, the full name of the agency or a national code). If the institution holds more than one copy the shelfmark of the item should be added after a colon; however, it is strongly recommended that this be done even if the copy is the only one held at the time of cataloguing. Not repeatable. Mandatory if field is present.

$6 Interfield Linking Data

This subfield contains information allowing the field to be linked for processing purposes to other fields in the record. This may be one of the 7X2 fields for former owners, donors, auctioneers, etc. Not repeatable.

The instructions for the use of this subfield form the first part of Section 3.13. $6/0 Linking explanation code will always have the value 'b' = Link associated with a copy, unless an alternative graphic representation or script is involved.



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