Thanks much! I thought I must be off-track in some way.
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From: "Lynn M El Hoshy" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 11:58 AM
Subject: Re: [PCCLIST] SACO Web form usable for subdivision proposals?
> The procedures for proposing a new free-floating subdivision to be
> added to a pattern heading list are covered in the Subject Cataloging
> Manual: Subject Headings H 1146 sec. 2. That means that in this case,
> you could propose the new subdivision under the pattern heading for
> plants and crops: 150 $a Corn $x Effect of manganese on. Creating
> subdivision authority records to control free-floating subdivisions is a
> housekeeping task that we take care of here at LC after the editorial
> meeting. When your proposal is approved, we will create and distribute
> the subdivision authority record: 180 $x Effect of manganese on. For
> proposing the addition of the 360 to the existing heading Corn--Effect
> of manganese on, you could use either the Web change proposal form or
> the email change proposal form. For fields that are not indicated or
> provided on these forms, just put them in the additional comments box.
> Lynn El-Hoshy
> Lynn M. El-Hoshy
> Senior Cataloging Policy Specialist
> Cataloging Policy and Support Office
> Library of Congress
> 101 Independence Avenue, SE
> Washington, DC 20540-4305
> Telephone: 202-707-5862
> Fax: 202-707-6629
> Email: [log in to unmask]
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> I would like to propose the addition of $x Effect of manganese on to
> list of subdivisions free-floating under Plants and Crops and am unsure
> to adapt the Web forms both to propose a subdivision and to propose
> related 360 needed under Plants--Effect of manganese on.
> Is the omission of 180/360/681 options from these forms deliberate? Is
> a different mechanism I should use for subdivision proposals? Can I
> the instruction to select the tag from the pull-down tab and type 180
> in the
> adjacent box--and use the comments box for other non-prompted fields?
> it be better to edit the email version of the form?
> Thanks much,
> Nancy Brown
> Principal Cataloger
> University of Georgia Libraries
> (706) 542-0585