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The [electronic resource] comes from the 245 $h. Since the material
designation is the only content of that subfield, you could just not
carry that subfield over to the MODS record. It really isn't part of the
title itself, and I know that we always dropped it from indexing and
from our title browse displays.

kc

On Fri, 2004-01-23 at 10:10, Andrew E Switala wrote:
> In <nonSort> and <title>, and further in <subTitle>, <partNumber>, and
> <partName>.  The "title" is everything in <titleInfo> and marking up
> individual parts of the title should assist processing and display, not
> hinder it.
>
> In your example, what *is* [electronic resource] doing in <title>?
> It's *your* record after all.  An electronic resource could be marked as
> such with <genre authority="marcgt">web site</genre>, a <url> element
> under <location>, an <internetMediaType> element under
> <physicalDescription>, and/or an <identifier type="uri"> (if the
> location is canonical).
>
> >>> [log in to unmask] 2004-01-23 12:49:04 >>>
> Frankly, I find it strange to have a <title> tag that is no such
> thing.
> In other words, the <title> cannot be found in the <title>, it must be
> found in <nonSort> (if such exists) and <title>. How intuitive is
> that?
> But if that is the collective wisdom of the group, I can live with it.
> Meanwhile, to use a local example, this is a sample from one of our
> MODS records for our online books (see
> <http://texts.cdlib.org/escholarship/>:
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