BINDING PROCEDURES FOR THE TRANSITION FROM ORBIS TO VOYAGER

 

 

            Binding procedures remain, for the most part, the same during the transition period.  However, it will become necessary to keep a record of barcode numbers assigned to materials sent to the bindery.  In order to accomplish this duplicate barcodes will be supplied to all staff responsible to creating item records for materials that are to be bound. 

 

Example:

 

            For this example we are using the title Social Identities.  Volume 7, nos. 1-4 have been accumulated for binding.  The item record for this appears as:

 

LTYL MORE                                                     FJD6825-001-0009

                                            DISPLAY ITEM RECORD            SVG6

 YL SERIALS OCLC ocm32152864 LC sn 95032448  ISSN 1350-4630

 S/STAT c FREQ t S/T p

Social identities. Vol. 1, no. 1- -- Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK : Carfax, 1995-

 =>001  STATUS: 2L  LOCN: SML, Stacks, LC Classification           COPY:

CALL: |b GN495.4 |c S63;(LC)                                       ITEMS: 8

 LINKED ITEM SUBRECORD (01 OF 01)

ENUM/CHRON:  7

MIDSPINE:    2001:1-4

DEPT LOCATN:

TEMP LOCATN:

ITEM ID:     3 9002 035 375 402         ITEM ID:

LOAN CODE:   jr01 (journal - 2001)                     PIECES:      1

REVIEW:      _ CIRCULATION  _ CATALOG                  ACTION:      none

STATUS:      A (active)                                CREATED:     05/06/2002

SUB STATUS:  A (active)                                UPDATED:     05/06/2002

CHECK-OUTS:      1          RECALLS & HOLDS:    0      LAST USE:    05/06/2002

BROWSES:         0          VALUE:           0.00

NOTE:

 

 

            In this example a duplicate bar code will be attached to the screen print, which is filed in the check-in notebook.  Once production in Voyager begins this bar code will be assigned to a newly created Voyager item record.  This insures that the item record created in Voyager contains the same bar code information at the bar code attached to the bound volume.