Right-o! It's all coming back to me now. Thanks for jogging my memory,
Tracy. We'll keep our eyes peeled for the new conversion (which I'm
sure will be announced to this list).
On 8/12/2009 2:45 PM, Tracy Neckar Meehleib wrote:
> Hi Jane,
> The existing MODS-MARC mapping and conversion is based on the MODS 3.0. We are currently in the process of drafting the MODS-MARC mapping and conversion for MODS 3.3.
> I know that the 662/752 issue is addressed in the new mapping. And, at first glance, it looks like MODS notes that are typed "bibliography", based on the current MODS notes list <http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-notes.html>, will be converted to MARC 504 notes, once the MODS-MARC mapping and conversion for MODS 3.3 are complete.
> Tracy Meehleib
> Network Development & MARC Standards Office
> Library of Congress, LA-308
> 101 Independence Ave., SE
> Washington, DC 20540-4402
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>>>> Jane Otto <[log in to unmask]> 8/12/2009 9:28 AM >>>
> In the MODS-MARC map, <note> with type=bibliography maps, like most
> other notes, to 500. However, in the MARC format, a bibliography note
> is tagged 504.
> We are using LC's conversion tools and would like all our bibliography
> notes to map to 504, whether they're mapped in from MODS or input
> manually through our ILS.
> Am I missing something, or is this something that could be revised in
> the MODS-MARC map and the conversion tool?
> Thanks again!
> On 8/12/2009 9:20 AM, Jane Otto wrote:
>> In the MODS-MARC map, <subject><hierarchicalGeographic> maps to 752.
>> However, in the MARC format, 752 is meant for an "added entry [NOTE:
>> not subject heading] in which the entry element is a hierarchical form
>> of place name that is related to a particular attribute of the
>> described item, e.g., the place of publication for a rare book."
>> Shouldn't <subject><hierarchicalGeographic> map instead to 662,
>> "Hierarchical form of a geographic name used as a subject added entry"?
>> We are using LC's conversion tools but would like our subjects to map
>> to 6xx, not 7xx.
>> It looks like 662 might be a relatively new addition to the MARC
>> format and so I'm wondering if this is just an oversight?
>> Thanks for your help!
>> Jane Otto
>> E-Monographs and Multimedia Metadata Librarian
>> Rutgers University Libraries
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