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*Search MIDCAT to see if we have another copy in the regular stacks. If there is a record in MIDCAT, then this becomes an added copy with a different location and material code. (They must have the same publisher and page numbers to be an added copy).  
 
*Search MIDCAT to see if we have another copy in the regular stacks. If there is a record in MIDCAT, then this becomes an added copy with a different location and material code. (They must have the same publisher and page numbers to be an added copy).  
 
*If there is no record in MIDCAT, search OCLC and download the record.  
 
*If there is no record in MIDCAT, search OCLC and download the record.  

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  • Search MIDCAT to see if we have another copy in the regular stacks. If there is a record in MIDCAT, then this becomes an added copy with a different location and material code. (They must have the same publisher and page numbers to be an added copy).
  • If there is no record in MIDCAT, search OCLC and download the record.
  • Add Misc. 099 for genre plus the author's last name to the bib record, copy it into the item record as Call No. 099. Genres are:
    • Mystery
    • SciFi (no period and no space between Sci and Fi)
    • Romance
    • General
    • Humor
    • Horror
    • French [orItalian,German,Spanish,etc.; usePort forPortuguese)
Examples:
099 Mystery Christie
099 Italian Rowling
  • In back of book: write Browsing followed by call number as it appears in 099
Example:
Browsing
SciFi
Crichton

Wellness Collection: use LC call number and write Browsing Wellness

Example
Browsing
Wellness
RC
451
M45
D56
2005