Purpose: To properly process materials received from Head of Collections issued by the Maine Sea Grant Program that will ultimately reside in Special Collections as part of the University Collection.
An "NSGL Publication Transmittal Form" no longer included with shipments [per DR as of Oct. 04]. Materials will arrive in cataloging with blue Special Collection flags from Acquisitions. They should be left on shelf labeled "University Publications."
Three categories of materials:
The unique University Publications call number schema is used. In addition, the publication's MSG number (minus "MSG" and dashes) is appended the usual UPub template, giving the Maine Sea Grant template:
Radar, reflectors and sea kayaks: a visibility study MSG-TR-05-01 (i53172838)
1. See OCLC constant data record Maine Sea Grant for a useful template. To access the template:
2. For articles with more than three authors, local practice is to add 700 entries for all University of Maine-affiliated authors (supercedes AACR2). Check URSUS for established form of name if not in national authority file.
3. Local authority records have been created in URSUS for:
4. Please search for online version of resource and link using an 856 field.
See http://www.seagrant.umaine.edu/publications for a listing of documents currently published online by the Maine Sea Grant
For physical items that require binding, give to Stephanie for in-house processing. Choice of binding will depend on margins.
[Note--do not reference these early records for call numbering]
Maine shore stewards: volunteer monitoring along Maine's
Southern Maine beach profile monitoring : mapping the state of Maine's beaches i51362235
Marine Aquaculture: how the public can participate in the leasing process... i51362958