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   USERS/INTENDED AUDIENCE NOTE



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333   USERS/INTENDED AUDIENCE NOTE

Field Definition


This field contains information about the users or intended audience of the material described.

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


A print/display constant such as Audience: might be used with this field.

Related Fields


100 GENERAL PROCESSING DATA, Target Audience Code (character positions 17 19)

These character positions hold codes for certain types of intended audience


Examples


EX 1: 333 ##$aFor remedial reading programmes

A note made in the record for a set of flash cards.

EX 2: 333 ##$aMPAA rating: R

A note made in the record for a motion picture which has been given a restricted rating.

EX 3: 333 ##$aProgram designed for geographers, planners, geologists, meteorologists, and others who have a professional interest in analyzing spatial data

A note made in the record for a machine-readable file.

EX 4: 333 ##$a'Catholic paper for the Slovaks in Cleveland, Ohio, and vicinity'

A note, quoted from the item, in the record for a newspaper.




334   AWARDS NOTE

Field Definition


This field contains information on awards or prizes associated with the described item. The field may or may not be divided into separate subfields.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (undefined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (undefined)


Subfields


$a Text of awards note

This field contains a free text note, describing the prize or award. This subfield field may be used instead of subfields $b-$d when the information cannot be separated into specific subfields. Not repeatable.

$b Name of award

This field contains the name of the award. Not repeatable.

$c Year of award .

This field contains the year in which the award was made, The year is entered in the form YYYY. Not repeatable.

$d Country of award

This field contain the code for the country which makes the award. For the list of country codes see Appendix B. Not 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 item using one of the Internet protocols. Subfield $u may be used to link to a site describing the award. Repeatable.


Related Fields


856 ELECTRONIC LOCATION AND ACCESS

This field applies only to the whole item described in the record. It cannot be used to provide electronic access to an associated resource.


Examples


EX 1A: Single subfield method:
334 ##$aAcademy Award for Best Picture, 1987

EX 1B: Multiple subfield method:


334 ##$bAcademy Award for Best Picture$c1987$dUS

EX 2A: Single subfield method:


334 ##$aBooker Prize, 1980

EX 2B: Multiple subfield method:


334 ##$bBooker Prize$c1980$dGB

EX 3A: Single subfield method:


334 ##$aPrix Louis Delluc 1984

EX 3B: Multiple subfield method:


334 ##$bPrix Louis Delluc$c1984$dFR

EX 4: Single subfield method:


334 ##$aCésar 1984 du meilleur film de l'année


336   TYPE OF ELECTRONIC RESOURCE NOTE

Field Definition


This field contains information characterizing the type of electronic resource. In addition to a general descriptor (e.g. text, computer program, numeric), more specific information, such as the form or genre of textual material (e.g. biography, dictionaries, indexes) may be recorded in this field. The field is equivalent to the ISBD(ER) Notes relating to type and extent of resource area and other resource characteristics.

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


A print/display constant such as Type of file: might be used with this field.

Related Field


135 CODED DATA FIELD: ELECTRONIC RESOURCES)

230 MATERIAL SPECIFIC AREA: ELECTRONIC RESOURCE CHARACTERISTICS


Examples


EX 1: 336 ##$aNumeric (summary statistics)

EX 2: 336 ##$aText (Law reports and digests)




337   SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS NOTE
(ELECTRONIC RESOURCES)

Field Definition


This field is used to record technical information about an electronic resource, such as the presence or absence of certain kinds of codes or the physical characteristics of the file (e.g. recording densities, parity, or blocking factors). For software, data such as the software programming language, the number of source program statements, computer requirements (e.g. computer manufacturer and model, operating system, or memory requirements), and peripheral requirements (e.g. number of tape drives, number of disk or drum units, number of terminals, or other peripheral devices, support software or related equipment) can be recorded. For remote access items, information about the mode of access may be recorded The field is equivalent to the ISBD(ER) Notes on systems requirements.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable. If field 856 is not used (in a record describing an electronic resource), then 337 must be present

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