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Processing Personal Copies of CD-ROMs

Processing Personal Copies of CD-ROMs

 

CD-ROMs Included with Books 

1.     If the CD-ROM was included in a book, leave it in the book.  Place a label reading “One CD-ROM in pocket” on the front cover of the book.

2.     Add a message to the item record of the book that includes the CD:

a.       Search for the book by barcode to access the item record.  Click on the Record tab to edit the item record.

b.      Select Insert (the icon with a piece of paper and an arrow) and choose m MESSAGE from the Insert a MARC field drop-down box menu.

c.       Type in a message reading “1 CD-ROM IN POCKET” and hit OK.

d.      Select Save (the disk icon at the top of the screen) to save changes.

e.       Exit the record.

 

CD-ROMs that Accompany a Book (not found inside the book) 

If the CD goes with a book, but you are not able to include the CD-ROM inside the book, the CD must be attached to the same bibliographic record as the book:

    1. Search for the bibliographic/item record of the book in Millennium.  
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    1. Make sure that you are in Item mode by selecting I Item from the drop-down box labeled View
 

 

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    1. Click on Attach New Item button near the middle of the screen.
 

 

    1. Process the CD as normal.  (see “Keying a Bibliographic-Item Record in Millennium”). 
    2. See "Processing Stand Alone CD-ROMs" below for further instructions.

 

 

CD-ROMs that do not Accompany a Book

If the CD does not go with a book, process the CD in Millennium by creating a new bibliographic record:

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  1. In Course Reserves, select the Options menu at the top of the screen and select Key a Bibliographic-Item Record from the drop down menu.
 

 

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  1. In the Key a Bibliographic-Item Record window, select New from the upper middle portion of the screen.
 

 

  1. If prompted, in the New Bibliographic window, select rresb: Rivera Reserve bib or sresb:  SCI Reserve bib from the Select Template box, and click Select.
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4.  Enter the call number when prompted. 

     For example: STAT/BSAD 121 - CD-ROM

 
  1. Enter the author and title when prompted, using all CAPS. 
  2. The New Item box will appear within the bottom half of the New Bibliographic screen. 
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  1. In the Select Template box, scroll down to select the correct template.
  2. When prompted, enter the correct copy number in the Edit Data field.  Copy 1 is the default.  Select Next when done.
 
  1. When prompted, scan in the barcode ( b BAR ) of the CD.  Select Next when finished.
  2. Save the new record by clicking Save.
  3. Follow the steps below ("Processing Stand Alone CD-ROMs") for further instructions. 

 

Processing Stand-Alone CD-ROMs

1.     Create a call number label for the CD.  If there is a book that goes with the CD, the call number must match that of the book.  Search in the Scotty catalog, Melvyl, or the Library of Congress web site to obtain a proper call number.  The call number may also be listed on the reverse side of the title page, under Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data.  If you cannot find an appropriate call number for the material, please give to the Reserves Coordinator.

2.     Add a message to the item record of the CD-ROM.  In the Insert a MARC field window, select m Message.  Enter a message reading “1 CD-ROM in jewel case” and save.

3.     When processing is complete, attach the CD to the appropriate course record(s) 

4.     Shelve the CD in the Reserves CD-ROM collection in call number order. 

 

Last modified: 8/16/2011 2:25 PM by C. Arbagey

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