Difference between revisions of "Template for MARC articles"

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This is one of a series of articles which describes a template that will allow for consistent and easy article creation on [[Folgerpedia]].  
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This is one of a series of articles which describes a template that will allow for consistent and easy article creation on [[Folgerpedia]]. See [[Folgerpedia:Manual_of_Style/Cataloging#Articles on MARC fields| Cataloging style manual for MARC articles]] for information about formatting the content.  
  
This template is for recording information about MARC fields in catalog records. Select the "piece of paper symbol" in the upper right of your screen. Under "edit source," copy the code below the line (<nowiki><hr/></nowiki>) into the "creating" page to get a head-start on creating an article for a MARC field. You may not need all the sections listed below; they are simply suggestions. See [[Folgerpedia:Manual_of_Style/Cataloging#Articles on MARC fields|Folgerpedia Cataloging manual of style]] for more information.  
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This template is for recording information about MARC fields in catalog records. Select the "piece of paper symbol" in the upper right of your screen. Under "edit source," copy the code below the line (<nowiki><hr/></nowiki>) into the "creating" page to get a head-start on creating an article for a MARC field. You may not need all the sections listed below; they are simply suggestions.  
  
 
Use the MediaWiki "find-and-replace" function for substituting "Formatname" and "Tag" with the appropriate values, by expanding "Advanced" on the Toolbar and selecting the icon on the far right.
 
Use the MediaWiki "find-and-replace" function for substituting "Formatname" and "Tag" with the appropriate values, by expanding "Advanced" on the Toolbar and selecting the icon on the far right.
 
Don't forget to remove <nowiki>[[Template]]</nowiki> from your article!
 
  
 
Examples
 
Examples
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MARC field Tag in the Formatname format contains [text]. This field is repeatable.
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MARC field Tag in the Formatname format contains [text]. This field is [not] repeatable.
  
 
==Commonly-used tags==
 
==Commonly-used tags==
 
'''Indicators'''
 
'''Indicators'''
 
:1st: <code> </code>
 
:1st: <code> </code>
:2nd: <code> </code>
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:2nd: Undefined
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<!-- Or if both undefined -->
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Undefined
 
   
 
   
 
'''Subfield delimiters'''
 
'''Subfield delimiters'''
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*[URL MARC Formatname Tag in Cataloger's Desktop] (Access limited by licensing agreements)
 
*[URL MARC Formatname Tag in Cataloger's Desktop] (Access limited by licensing agreements)
 
*[URL OCLC  MARC Bibliographic Tag]
 
*[URL OCLC  MARC Bibliographic Tag]
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<!--For MARC authority articles -->
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*[URL DCM Z1 Tag in Cataloger's Desktop] (Access limited to Folger staff)
  
  
 
[[Category: Cataloging]]
 
[[Category: Cataloging]]
 
[[Category: Staff policies and procedures]]
 
[[Category: Staff policies and procedures]]
 
 
[[Category: Template]]
 
[[Category: Template]]

Revision as of 13:37, 17 September 2015

This is one of a series of articles which describes a template that will allow for consistent and easy article creation on Folgerpedia. See Cataloging style manual for MARC articles for information about formatting the content.

This template is for recording information about MARC fields in catalog records. Select the "piece of paper symbol" in the upper right of your screen. Under "edit source," copy the code below the line (<hr/>) into the "creating" page to get a head-start on creating an article for a MARC field. You may not need all the sections listed below; they are simply suggestions.

Use the MediaWiki "find-and-replace" function for substituting "Formatname" and "Tag" with the appropriate values, by expanding "Advanced" on the Toolbar and selecting the icon on the far right.

Examples


MARC field Tag in the Formatname format contains [text]. This field is [not] repeatable.

Commonly-used tags

Indicators

1st:
2nd: Undefined

Undefined

Subfield delimiters

ǂa
ǂb
ǂc
ǂ

Policy and formulation

Examples

External links

  • [URL MARC Formatname Tag]
  • [URL MARC Formatname Tag in Cataloger's Desktop] (Access limited by licensing agreements)
  • [URL OCLC MARC Bibliographic Tag]
  • [URL DCM Z1 Tag in Cataloger's Desktop] (Access limited to Folger staff)