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Cataloging Guidelines for Custom Editions of Textbooks For all custom editions


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Cataloging Guidelines for Custom Editions of Textbooks

For all custom editions:

Be sure to describe the edition you have in hand. If deriving from another library’s record, make sure to remove all information from the record that is relevant only for a particular college (unless, for example, BCC really is using an edition originally customized for QCC). If basing your cataloging on a record for the full edition of a work, remember to create a new record (derive in OCLC) and to remove or modify any information that applies only to the full edition (LCCNs, ISBNs, 040, etc.)

245 – As is on the title page.

250 – As is on the title page. If there is no edition statement on the piece, “[Custom ed.]” may be supplied.

300 – Describe the piece in hand. When giving the pagination, as when boarding a train, watch for gaps. Instead of recording individual sequences of pages, you can use “1 v. (various pagings)”

500 -- If not clear from the edition statement, add a note “Custom ed. for [name of class/professor/department/school – as many as apply and/or not already mentioned]

500 – Taken from: (or Selections from…) (You will find usually on the back of the title page a blurb about where the material for the custom edition has been taken from. Make sure to list all works; separate the statement for each work by a semi-colon.)

The 500 notes can be adjusted to fit the piece being cataloged, and information combined. Clarity and brevity are important. For example, one could have a single 500 note: Selections from [Title] / [Author] for [course/department/college/professor as appropriate]

650 – Include subfield $v Textbooks after topical subjects.

700 – If you know the name of the professor who requested the custom edition in hand, make an added entry for that person.

710 2 – $a Name of school

$b Name of dept.

If the custom edition is taken predominantly from one original text:

100 -- Should match 100 on record for the original. If there is no 100, then:

130 -- Should match 245 $a $n $p (or 130) in the record for the original, plus subfield $k Selections.

240 – If 100 present, create a 240 matching the 245 $a $n $p (or 240) of the record for the original textbook plus subfield $k Selections. If 245 already indicates which sections of the work are present, the 240 (or 130) is not necessary (compare examples 5 and 6 below).

050 _4 or 090 – Use the call number of the original as the basis of the call number for the custom edition. Add 2 to the last cutter (in subfield $b); the date should match the date of publication of the custom edition.

If the custom edition is taken from two original texts:

100, 130, and 240 as above for the primary text (the text comprising most of the custom edition, or the one cited first in the preliminaries)

Add 700 12 [Author] $t [Title] $k Selections or 730 02 [Uniform title] $k Selections, for the second text.

700 1_ -- For any additional authors, up to three.

050 _4 or 090 – Use the call number of the first work and follow the guidelines above.

If the custom edition includes selections from more than two works, and the selections from each work form a substantial part of the custom edition, then:

100 – If the same author(s) are responsible for all of the original works, the primary author should be used as the main entry.

240 – If there is a 100 and the title on the piece is not distinctive, use the uniform title Selections. $f [date]. If the title on the piece is distinctive, omit 240.

245 – Transcribe from the piece. If the works are by different authors, use the title on the title page as the main entry.

Add 7XX fields as above for the works included, up to three works. If there are more than three, do not make added entries for the originals, unless it is considered important.

050 _4 or 090 – Formulate the call number originally.



If the custom edition consists of articles selected from an online database:

130 – If the database is named, use the name of the database plus subfield $k Selections.

245 – Title of the piece in hand. If the database is not named, this will be the main entry.

500 -- Add a note describing the situation

505 – It may be best to add a contents note with titles and authors of the individual articles.

710 – Make an added entry for the publisher.

050 _4 or 090 – Formulate the call number originally.

Sample Records for Custom Editions

The examples below are taken from records in CUNY+; generally, only the fields illustrating the guidelines above are shown.

Example 1.


100 1 $$a Haag, Stephen.

240 10 $$a Management information systems for the information age.$$kSelections.

245 10 $$a Selected materials from Management information systems for the information age / $$c Stephen Haag, Maeve Cummings.

250 $$a Custom ed. for LaGuardia Community College.

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500 $$a Taken from: Management information systems for the information age, 7th ed., by Stephen Haag and Maeve Cummings, c2008.



500 $$a "BTC200."

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700 1 $$a Cummings, Maeve.

710 2 $$a LaGuardia Community College. $$b Business and Technology Department.


Example 2.
100 1 $$a Akst, Geoffrey.

245 10 $$a Introduction to algebra.

250 $$a 3rd custom ed. for LaGuardia Community College.

260 $$a Boston, MA : $$b Pearson Custom Publishing, $$c 2007.


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500 $$a Taken from: Basic mathematics through applications, 3rd ed., by Geoffrey Akst and Sadie Bragg; Introductory algebra through applications, by Geoffrey Akst and Sadie Bragg; Intermediate algebra through applications, by Geoffrey Akst and Sadie Bragg.

500 $$a Edited for the Department of Mathematics, LaGuardia Community College.

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700 12 $$a Akst, Geoffrey. $$t Basic mathematics through applications. $$k Selections.

700 12 $$a Akst, Geoffrey. $$t Introductory algebra through applications. $$k Selections.

700 12 $$a Akst, Geoffrey. $$t Intermediate algebra through applications. $$k Selections.

700 1 $$a Bragg, Sadie,$$d1944-

710 2 $$a LaGuardia Community College. $$b Department of Mathematics.
Example 3.
100 1 $$a Hurley, Patrick J., $$d 1942-

245 10 $$a Logic / $$c Patrick J. Hurley.

250 $$a [Custom ed.]

260 $$a Mason, OH : $$b Cengage Learning, $$c c2008.

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500 $$a Custom ed. for John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Philosophy 204.



500 $$a Text has been adapted from Patrick J. Hurley's Categorical propositions, Basic concepts, Categorical syllogisms, Natural deduction in propositional logic, and Propositional logic.

[More than three works, so no 700 fields]


Example 4.
245 00 $$a Another world is possible : $$b learning how to live together.

250 $$a [Custom ed.]

260 $$a Boston : $$b Pearson Custom Publishing, $$c c2008.

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500 $$a Custom ed. for John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

500 $$a "Excerpts taken from: Strangers to these shores, eighth edition, by Vincent N. Parillo; Race and ethnicity in the United States, fourth edition, by Richard T. Schaefer; The intersections collection, edited by Kathleen A. Tiemann, Ralph b. McNeal, Jr., Betsy Lucal, and Morten G. Ender."

504 $$a Includes bibliographical references.

505 0 $$a Theory matters -- Diversity matters -- Race matters -- Religion matters -- Immigration matters -- Gender matters -- Latinos/as matters -- Language matters -- Asian matters -- Native Americans matters -- Class matters -- Sexual orientation matters.


Example 5.
100 1 $$aMcMurry, John.

245 10 $$aFundamentals of general, organic, and biological chemistry. $$n Vol. 1. $$p General Chemisty, chapters 1-11 / $$c John McMurry, Mary E. Castellion, David S. Ballantine ; with special contributions by Carl A. Hoeger, Virginia E. Peterson.

250 $$a Custom ed. for Bronx Community College.

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500 $$a Taken from: Fundamentals of General, Organic, and Biological Chemistry, 5th ed. by John McMurry, Mary E. Castellion, and David S. Ballantine.

500 $$a Includes index.

650 0 $$a Chemistry$$vTextbooks.

700 1 $$a Castellion, Mary E.

700 1 $$a Ballantine, David Stephen.
Example 6.
100 1 $$a Arny, Thomas.

240 10 $$a Explorations. $$n Vol. 2, $$p Stars and galaxies. $$k Selections.

245 10 $$aExplorations. $$n Vol. 2, $$p Stars and galaxies /$$c Thomas T. Arny.

246 30 $$a Explorations. $$p Stars and galaxies

246 30 $$a Stars and galaxies

250 $$a [3rd ed., Custom ed.]

260 $$a New York, NY : $$b McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing, $$c [2002?].

300 $$a1 v. (various pagings) : $$b col. ill. ; $$c 28 cm. + $$e 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)

500 $$a Title on CD-ROM: Essential study partner [for] Explorations, 3rd ed. Version 2.0, c2002.

500 $$a Includes index.

650 0 $$a Astronomy$$vTextbooks.

710 2 $$a York College.



740 02 $$a Essential study partner.


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