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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    Computers and Other Equipment CMC Collections Curriculum Materials Center Welcome to the Curriculum Materials Center The Curriculum Materials Center CMC is located on the first floor of Cook Library on the Hattiesburg campus It contains teaching materials for grades K 12 predominately supporting the College of Education and Psychology and its students faculty and staff Although intended primarily to support in service and pre service teachers CMC materials may be

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  • University of Southern Mississippi Libraries
    reference books From University Libraries home page click the Library Catalog link Use the drop down menu to the right of the search box to limit the search to Reference Collection In the blank search box enter your search keywords Reference collections in Cook Library Hattiesburg campus and Gulf Coast Library are included in searches using this method Reference materials are generally non circulating so it may be helpful to limit a search to a single library To do this use the Advanced Search function of the Classic Catalog On the Advanced Keyword Search screen scroll through the Location menu and select either Cook Library Reference or Gulf Coast Library Reference In the blank search boxes at the top of the screen enter your search keywords If you are trying to find a specialized dictionary or encyclopedia you may enter those terms as keywords combined with subject keywords in the blank search boxes before selecting the reference indicators provided in either the Classic Catalog Basic Search or Advanced Search Examples of this are music and encyclopedias or psychology and dictionaries University Libraries also provides access to numerous electronic reference books These e reference books may be accessed through subscription databases

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    making and contribute to the development of policies and procedures Auxiliary responsibilities include database maintenance and repair metadata enhancement for digital collections authority control government document cataloging and processing and Preservation and binding Technical Services staff members contribute in essential ways to the work of the deparment They provide timely ordering cataloging and processing of library materials Over time department staff members become the resident experts in acquisitions processes original and copy cataloging in multiple formats collection management projects physical processing and repair stablization and preservation of library materials They train and supervise student workers also Department personnel derive their primary work identity from assignment to a specific unit but are also cross trained in some areas For example almost everyone does cataloging work but not all are in the Cataloging Unit Most do physical processing tasks which is preservation work Cross training enables staff to perform additional work assignments across unit lines as required This approach in management of the department encourages cooperation collaboration and a team esprit de corps Organization Chart Technical Services Department Department Head Vacant Acquisitions Unit Acquisitions Librarian Acquisitions Supv Acquisitions Spec III Cataloging Unit Catalog Librarian Catalog Librarian Catalog Specialist V Catalog Specialist IV

    Original URL path: http://www.lib.usm.edu/techserv/bibserv/ (2016-02-17)
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    Useful Websites About Acquisitions Mission The mission of the Acquisitions Unit is to expeditiously and accurately acquire and provide the University Community with access to information in its many formats Faculty Resources eOrder System eOrder System User Guide for Academic and Library Faculty Fund Terms page update in progress Display Fund Information page update in progress Contact Webmaster Last Edited Jul 26 2011 01 53 02 PM The University of

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    received Electronic dissertations and theses are cataloged on the same time frame Special Collections Materials identified by Special Collections curators are staged for cataloging with high priority Priority 2 Electronic Resources Loading of electronic resource bib records is carried out within 2 3 days after notification is received that records are available Special Collections Materials Materials received directly from Special Collections usually not purchased are staged for cataloging when purchased materials are up to date Gifts Materials donated and selected to be added to the collections are cataloged as and when Priority 1 materials are up to date A fiscal and workflow benefit is derived when Gift material cataloging is kept continuously up to date though when a gift that has been cataloged is the same as something that woudl be otherwise ordered and paid for Priority 3 Database Maintenance Projects Database maintenance work that is identified and assigned may be completed in short work periods between other assignments or priorities The supervisor can assist in setting the priority Special Cataloging Projects Small special projects are completed as assigned sometimes with high priority Larger projects are expected to be carried out over a period of months or longer Example the outsourced cataloging of 385 children s books in 22 nonRoman languages and scripts Digital Collections Metadata Review and enhancement of selected metadata fields in Digital Collections records is carried out when Priority 1 and 2 work is caught up Metadata collections are assigned by the Catalog Librarian Most metadata records and digital resources are available for research without this review and enhancement Backlog Any item from an existing collection prior to library automation is cataloged and processed as time and skills allow Standards by Format Monographs Serials Rare Books Manuscripts Microforms Maps Sound Recordings Video Recordings Music Scores Film Computer Files Electronic Resources Electronic Journals Multimedia and Kits Pictures and Realia Monographs Original OCLC 3rd Level I RDA LCSH LCC Local standards meet or exceed PCC guidelines Edit OCLC 3rd Level I RDA or AACR2 LCSH LCC Local standards meet or exceed PCC guidelines Cataloging at Point of Order 3rd Level I Accept DLC and OCLC member copy with classification numbers and subject headings Used primarily in creating an order record Verified enhanced or replaced as needed on receipt of the item Serials Original OCLC 2nd Level K RDA LCSH LCC and SuDoc for government documents Edit OCLC 3rd Level I RDA or AACR2 LCSH LCC and SuDoc for government documents Rare Books Original OCLC 3rd Level I RDA DCRB LCSH LCC Edit OCLC 3rd Level I RDA or AACR2 DCRB LCSH and LCC Manuscripts Original OCLC 3rd Level I RDA Archives and Manuscripts cataloging guidelines LCSH LCC or local class cuttering accession number system Microforms Original OCLC 3rd Level I RDA LCSH LCC or SuDoc for government documents Edit OCLC 3rd Level I RDA or AACR2 LCSH LCC or SuDoc for government documents Maps Original OCLC 3rd Level I RDA LCSH LCC or SuDoc for government documents Edit OCLC

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    drive University Libraries uses CONTENTdm to organize manage and display its Digital Collections Multiple collections with more than 15 000 items are available for the use of researchers A wiki is used to keep a master log of materials ready for metadata enhancement Digital Collections staff members add information in the wiki when new materials are added to CONTENTdm When Bibliographic Services completes the enhancement of metadata for collection materials that information is also added to the wiki The chart below is updated monthly to show the status of metadata enhancement of digitized materials Metadata Enhancement Underway in Assigned Collections Last Update April 23 2014 Coll Size Enhanced Remaining Complete AAEC Editorial Cartoons 1 924 1 623 301 84 36 de Grummond Children s Books 193 176 17 91 19 de Grummond Children s Literature 514 0 514 Historical Manuscripts Photographs 3 656 100 3556 2 74 Mississippiana 41 2 39 4 88 Rare Books 497 10 487 2 01 Tatum Family Records 296 296 Best Practices for Metadata Entry A locally developed best practices document guides the entry of metadata into more than 40 fields based on an extended Dublin Core set of elements Metadata Best Practices for Southern

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    information in the online catalog About Authority Control at USM Libraries Authority control is supervised by the Senior Catalog Librarian and performed by librarians and staff in the Cataloging and Acquisitions units USM Libraries has been a member of the Library of Congress s Name Authority Cooperative Program NACO since 2001 contributing records for personal corporate and conference names Bibliographic Services imports authority records from OCLC and Validator TM to

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    and repair electronic resource management and acquisitions functions The Serials unit utilizes local and standard cataloging tools principles and guidelines as determined by the Cataloging unit Individual bibliographic records are used for each physical format What are serials in University Libraries Any materials published and received on a continuing basis are considered to be serials Journals periodicals newspapers newsletters Microforms Conference proceedings Databases Electronic journals Government documents Law and looseleaf publications Monographic series Music series Reference materials abstracts indexes They are located in all collections in Cook Gulf Coast and McCain Libraries de Grummond Genealogy Government Documents Main circulating collection Media Microforms Mississippiana Music Network Periodicals Reference Special Collections Do serials circulate Most serials do not circulate However there are some exceptions monographic and music series and annual publications located in the library collections When are serials bound Every two weeks a new shipment is sent to the bindery and the completed shipment is returned Newly bound volumes are on the shelf within 2 days of return Library users can check the Library s Catalog to determine if an issue is currently at the bindery What are the responsibilities of the Serials Unit The Serials Unit in Cook Library centrally

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