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MARC 21 field 040 in the bibliographic format contains the MARC code for or the name of the organization(s) that created the original bibliographic record, assigned MARC content designation and transcribed the record into machine-readable form, or modified (except for the addition of holdings symbols) an existing MARC record.  These data and the code in the 008/39 (Cataloging source) specify the parties responsible for the bibliographic record.   
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MARC field 040 in the bibliographic format contains the MARC code for or the name of the organization(s) that created the original bibliographic record, assigned MARC content designation and transcribed the record into machine-readable form, or modified (except for the addition of holdings symbols) an existing MARC record.  These data and the code in the 008/39 (Cataloging source) specify the parties responsible for the bibliographic record.  This field is not repeatable.
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==Commonly-used tags==
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'''Indicators'''<br>
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Undefined
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'''Subfield delimiters'''<br>
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<code>ǂa</code> Original cataloging agency (NR)<br>
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<code>ǂb</code> Language of cataloging (NR) <br>
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<code>ǂc</code>Transcribing agency (NR) <br>
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<code>ǂd</code> Modifying agency (R)<br>
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<code>ǂe</code> Description conventions (R)
  
 
==Policy and formulation ==
 
==Policy and formulation ==
{{Legacy}}
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When creating a new record, or adding a new description convention code (ǂe) to an existing record, order the subfields: <code>040 ǂa  ǂb  ǂe  ǂc  ǂd</code>
* When creating a new record, or adding a new description convention code (ǂe) to an existing record, order the subfields:
 
:<pre> 040 ǂa  ǂb  ǂe  ǂc  ǂd</pre>
 
 
 
: The ǂe is moved out of alphabetical order to allow anyone looking at the record to quickly determine what standard it complies with.
 
 
* When using OCLC copy that has not been updated to meet this standard, it is not necessary to change it manually.
 
* When using OCLC copy that has not been updated to meet this standard, it is not necessary to change it manually.
 
* The Folger MARC bibliographic code for organizations is '''DFo'''. The OCLC code is '''UXG'''. When creating a new master record in [[Connexion client|Connexion]], change the supplied UXG in  ǂa to DFo.
 
* The Folger MARC bibliographic code for organizations is '''DFo'''. The OCLC code is '''UXG'''. When creating a new master record in [[Connexion client|Connexion]], change the supplied UXG in  ǂa to DFo.
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*When using RDA-compliant DCRM standards,  '''ǂe rda''' precedes '''ǂe dcrmx'''
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<pre>040  DFo ǂb eng ǂe rda ǂe dcrmb ǂc UXG ǂd</pre>
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== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Revision as of 10:44, 1 October 2015

MARC field 040 in the bibliographic format contains the MARC code for or the name of the organization(s) that created the original bibliographic record, assigned MARC content designation and transcribed the record into machine-readable form, or modified (except for the addition of holdings symbols) an existing MARC record. These data and the code in the 008/39 (Cataloging source) specify the parties responsible for the bibliographic record. This field is not repeatable.

Commonly-used tags

Indicators
Undefined

Subfield delimiters
ǂa Original cataloging agency (NR)
ǂb Language of cataloging (NR)
ǂcTranscribing agency (NR)
ǂd Modifying agency (R)
ǂe Description conventions (R)

Policy and formulation

When creating a new record, or adding a new description convention code (ǂe) to an existing record, order the subfields: 040 ǂa ǂb ǂe ǂc ǂd

  • When using OCLC copy that has not been updated to meet this standard, it is not necessary to change it manually.
  • The Folger MARC bibliographic code for organizations is DFo. The OCLC code is UXG. When creating a new master record in Connexion, change the supplied UXG in ǂa to DFo.
  • When using RDA-compliant DCRM standards, ǂe rda precedes ǂe dcrmx
040  DFo ǂb eng ǂe rda ǂe dcrmb ǂc UXG ǂd


External links