- Library of Congress Copyright Data as Distributed in the MARC 21 Format: Record Format Documentation for the Copyright Cataloging MARC Distribution Service
- Prepared by the Copyright Office and the Cataloging Distribution Service, Library of Congress
- Publication Date:
- Print, saddle-stitched
- Provides technical information for those involved in the design and maintenance of automated systems for the processing of Copyright records. Describes the structure and content of Copyright cataloging records in the MARC 21 format as distributed by the Cataloging Distribution Service of the Library of Congress. Defines the codes and conventions (tags, indicators, subfield codes, and coded values) that identify the data elements in MARC 21 records for the U.S. Copyright data.
- 23 pages. Saddle stitched.
- 1 pound
- $10 Contiguous U.S. and Outside Contiguous U.S.
Introduction to MARC Documentation
Machine-Readable Cataloging (MARC) is the standard in library automation, forming the backbone of today's automated library systems, networks, and bibliographical utilities. The Library of Congress MARC products set the standard for MARC cataloging documentation. Available in Cataloger's Desktop and free online on the Library's MARC web site.