This section includes:
The check in record will usually include a check-in record top note that says:
Follow the general check-in procedures. Since analyzed print titles often fall under that categories of Standing Orders and/or Continuations, it is a good idea to review the respective StaffGuide pages for useful information on how to process those items.Also, keeping in mind the following:
If a single-sheet piece is received, like some of the MP titles, it should be placed in a barcoded archival envelope, rather than just barcoding the piece itself or using ARKCO barcoding methods and then sending just the piece to Cataloging.
For items going to MAIN:
For items going to ARKCO:
When checking in an analyzed or variously classed print volume, double-check the record for notes that indicate that the title is cataloged in both print and online formats, such as this one:
If the record has instructions like this, follow the procedure for internet analyzed titles (see “Check In—Analyzed Electronic Resources”).
Also, look for a current internet check-in record with boxes and/or instructions for processing internet access attached to the bib record. If there is such a check-in record but no instructions in the print record, it is a good idea to add them, similar to the example above.
Finally, look for a URL associated with the title that has stable, full-text access. For some titles, this can be checked by searching in Sierra for a separate online bibliographic record that we have in addition to the print record, and in that record looking for a landing page for the monographic issues under "Available Online" in the public display (the publisher-provided links are usually the best links). For example: https://library.uark.edu/record=b4546985~S1.
Another good place to find URLs is the check-in record, especially for variously classed items.These records are generally suppressed to the public and may have URLs that contain full-text access.
If such a link exists and there are no instructions to trigger internet access processing, please send the title to e-serials or the Serials Coordinator for review.