From the URL it looks like perhaps something I used to have on MARC that I used in my cataloging course here at UNT. Not sure why it is linked through USM Libraries, though. I can send you a lesson I used to use but it hasn't been updated in a while.

I still like the tutorials on the LC MARC page--specifically at .

MARC Documentation - Library of Congress<>
This page lists the table of contents for the MARC 21 format documentation (Network Development and MARC Standards Office, Library of Congress)

Shawne D. Miksa, Ph.D.
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College of Information
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Subject: [EXT] [eduCAT] Looking for a MARC Tutorial (not readings about MARC fields)

I'm looking for an up to date tutorial introducing MARC fields, subfields, indicators, etc. to beginning catalogers.  Got readings and PowerPoint presentations, and an Intranet search brings up plenty more, but would like something like a tutorial that gives newbies  activity.

In preparing to train new graduate student assistants in cataloging, I discovered the link to the MARC 21 Tutorial I've used for some years is broken,;data=01%7C01%7CShawne.Miksa%40UNT.EDU%7C200ca030b4724e7053df08d5fedffe9e%7C70de199207c6480fa318a1afcba03983%7C0&amp;sdata=STGtTWf3BqI%2BK5Fq6c2i7so7LQY9CfD%2FxTTJ3fVwBUQ%3D&amp;reserved=0  . University of Southern Mississippi Libraries replied to my broken link report that they decommissioned their tech services site and don't plan to rebuild it.  Yep, I'd had to add caveats re: this tutorial as some info became out of date ('ignore 440 because we now use 490 + 8xx; 260 -> 264 with RDA') but there was enough valid info - and I'd not easily found a replacement - that I considered this old one worth using for introductory training.

Any suggestions?

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Catalog Librarian; Assoc. Prof.
Metadata and Catalog Dept.
Kent State University Libraries
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