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Hi Miroslava,


1. There are not any subelements or attributes that be matched with
264$3.(version 3.7)


2. <originInfo> is one of the MODS elements that can be repeated. (please
see p.4 from this guidelines
<https://library.brown.edu/cds/documentation/MODS_Guidelines.pdf>)


Maliheh





On Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 2:49 PM Ashton, Jan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi Miroslava,
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> For your first question if you mean that 264 First Indicator = 3
> (Current/Latest) you could possibly use <dateOther type=”current/latest”>
> or some similar ‘type’ attribute value that you think would work best for
> you.
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> Apologies if I have misunderstood.
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> Best wishes,
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> Jan
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> *Sent:* 19 February 2019 07:34
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> *Subject:* [MODS] questions about marc21 to mods mapping
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> Dear MODS Listserv community,
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> I am turning to you to ask for your thoughts on two problems we at our
> department are currently struggling with.
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> 1.       One of our data suppliers asked us how could they display the
> temporal information from MARC21 field 264 subfield 3 in MODS. According to
> mappings and stylesheets available at
> http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-conversions.html , there is no
> designated way how to get 264*$3 to MODS. *We feel like putting it simply
> to dateIssued would be a simplification and the information could lose some
> of its value. Do you map this subfield to MODS? If yes, where to?
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> 2.       This may be a  matter of our stylesheet template, however: when
> you have a multiple 264 field in the catalogue, does all the information
> map to one mods:originInfo or are separate mods:originInfos created for
> each field? In our case, it merges into one originInfo and lists first all
> the publishers, then all the places and then all the dateIssued, which can
> be quite confusing. We are looking into how to solve the problem and how to
> eventually designate what  kind of information is inside said originInfo.
> Any recommendations?
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> Thank you in advance for you help and have a great day!
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