The answer to question 9 in the FAQ still requires that proposals for
cutter numbers be faxed to SACO. This is very inconvenient for some of us
and it would be easier to have the option of using a web form or at least
an email form instead. Has there been any consideration of using either of
these forms of communication for class no. proposals?
University of Chicago Library
At 06:46 PM 8/6/02 -0400, you wrote:
>The LC Classification for BIBCO libraries FAQ
>http://www.loc.gov/catdir/pcc/bibco/classfaq.html has been updated in response
>to a question posed by a BIBCO participant.
>The question asked if alternative classification numbers should be supplied in
>BIBCO records when cataloging "bound-withs." The Standing Committee on
>Standards has provided clarification on the BIBCO policy on when to supply
>alternative classification numbers and that response has now been incorporated
>into the FAQ questions 5 and 6.
>Sincere appreciation to the SCS for their cogent and very helpful guidance.
>Ana Lupe Cristán
>Acting Team Leader/BIBCO Coordinator
>Cooperative Cataloging Team
>Library of Congress, LM 537
>Washington, DC 20540-4382
>e-mail: [log in to unmask]