The local online catalog system is NOTIS. Therefore, the MARC records are in NOTIS based USMARC communication format.
The records came from various sources (vendor and OCLC), therefore the standards applied to reflect their respective origins: pre-AACR1, AACR1 and AACR2. The Monograph Cataloging Division made every attempt to bring these records up to the current national standards. Inevitably, there are some missing the mark.
The following describes the setup for the MARC record of MOA Project.
Record Type: a
Data reflect the original print version, such as the publication place and date, etc.
006 Use computer file format, file type: d for document
|007||Record characteristics for remote access computer file format fortextual data|
|035||Unique identifier of (MOAd) preceding MIRLYN id for its equivalentoriginal print version|
|040||MiU |c MiU (Michigan owning library code)|
|050||LC call number for the original print version|
|260||Record publisher information pertinent to the original print source|
|300||Physical description for the original print source|
|533||Reproduction note on the processing of the digital version|
|538||System requirements for the digital version|
|6XX||Relevant LCSH assignments|
|7XX||Additional access points|
|856||URL for Electronic access|
|998||Local cataloging processing note|
These records are made available via an anonymous FTP. The address is: ftp://ftp.umdl.umich.edu/pub/records/ There is one file: MOA2006.zip.
Interested libraries are requested to use their institutional email as password to sign in and perform ftp activity for these records.
moa1521.2006 (MARC communication file)
moa5981.2006 (MARC communication file)
README.2006 (Text file)
Conditions of Use:
These records may be copied freely by individuals for personal use, research, and teaching (including distribution to classes) as long as this statement of availability is included in the text. They may be linked to freely in Internet editions of all kinds, including for-profit works.
Libraries and other information providers interested in providing these records in a commercial or non-profit product or from an information server are expected to contact Making of America, the University of Michigan University Library, email@example.com, for licensing and cost information.
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