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MARC 21 format for community information :: SN3-40/6-2000E
including guidelines for content designation /
MARC 21 for Community Information: Including Guidelines for Content Designation, provides the codes for communicating and identifying information about non-bibliographic resources related to a particular community (for example, programs, services, organizations and events). The document includes detailed examples illustrating how records are coded.
|Department/Agency||National Library of Canada.|
|Title||MARC 21 format for community information :|
|Subtitle||including guidelines for content designation /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Note||"The MARC 21 Format for community data: including guidelines for content designation, defines the codes and conventions (tags, indicators, subfield codes, and coded values that identify the data elements in MARC community information records. This document is intended for the use of personnel in the design and maintenance of systems for communication and processing of community information records. A concise version of this specification can be found at http://www.loc.gov/marc/community. A simple field list is located at http://www.loc.goc/marc/community/eccilist.html."--Introduction, Page 1.|
|Number of Pages||Various pagings. ;|
|Subject Terms||Bibliographic data interchange, Document classification|
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