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==== <br>Criteria Used When Considering Items to Withdraw  ====
 
==== <br>Criteria Used When Considering Items to Withdraw  ====
  
Learn more about the [[Criteria_used_when_Considering_Items_to_Withdraw|Criteria used when Considering Items to Withdraw]].
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Learn more about the [http://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wiki/LIS/Criteria_used_when_Considering_Items_to_Withdraw criteria we use here].
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==== Items Withdrawn by Way of Staff Weeding<br>  ====
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#Before deaccessioning library items, [http://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wiki/LIS/Criteria_used_when_Considering_Items_to_Withdraw review Criteria Used When Considering Items to Withdraw], (see above).
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#Notify Collections Management (CM) with the estimated start date of your deaccessioning work along with an estimate of the number of titles to be withdrawn.
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#Place items with yellow WITHDRAW flags in CM workspace (or other mutually agreed upon location)
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==== Items Withdrawn by Way of Staff Weeding at the Armstrong Science Library or Davison Library at Bread Loaf  ====
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#Recycle books/journals at Bi Hall
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#Send an email or spreadsheet list to Collections Management staff with the following details: [Title], [Call number], [years/volumes being withdrawn], [years of bound volumes being retained (if any)]<br>
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==== Internal Withdrawal Workflow Steps for CM  ====
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#CM changes b-code 3 to “d” (delete).
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#See steps 4-7 below.<br>
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==== Missing Items  ====
 
==== Missing Items  ====
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<br>MARC record contains 001: Do not update OCLC manually (this will be automated by CM)<br><br>MARC record *does not* contain 001:&nbsp;Update OCLC manually<br>
 
<br>MARC record contains 001: Do not update OCLC manually (this will be automated by CM)<br><br>MARC record *does not* contain 001:&nbsp;Update OCLC manually<br>
 
==== <br>Items Withdrawn by Way of Staff Weeding<br>  ====
 
 
#Before deaccessioning library items, review some of the criteria used to identify potential withdrawal items
 
#If more than a few titles are being withdrawn, notify CM with the estimated start date along with an estimate of scale in numbers
 
#Place items/truck with yellow WITHDREW flags in CM workspace
 
#CM changes b-code 3 to “d” (delete).
 
#See steps 4-7 above.<br>
 
 
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==== <br>Items Withdrawn by Way of Staff Weeding at the Davison Science Library<br>  ====
 
 
#Recycle books/journals at Bi Hall
 
#Send an email or spreadsheet list to Collections Management staff with the following details: [Title], [Call number], [years/volumes being withdrawn], [years of bound volumes being retained (if any)]
 
  
  
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==== <br>General Rules for Added Editions  ====
 
==== <br>General Rules for Added Editions  ====
  
#Withdraw previous editons for medical, legal, or other fields where information can beome obsolete
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#Withdraw previous editions for medical, legal, or other fields where information can become obsolete
 
#If checked out 3 or more times keep previous edition<br>
 
#If checked out 3 or more times keep previous edition<br>
 
#Withdraw previous edition if&nbsp;new edition is revised or updated with new information
 
#Withdraw previous edition if&nbsp;new edition is revised or updated with new information
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#REF: If previous edition lives in REF, ask appropriate liaison if that one is to be moved to stacks or withdrawn. Newest editions will replace the edition currently in REF.
 
#REF: If previous edition lives in REF, ask appropriate liaison if that one is to be moved to stacks or withdrawn. Newest editions will replace the edition currently in REF.
  
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Latest revision as of 10:37, 8 August 2014


Criteria Used When Considering Items to Withdraw

Learn more about the criteria we use here.


Items Withdrawn by Way of Staff Weeding

  1. Before deaccessioning library items, review Criteria Used When Considering Items to Withdraw, (see above).
  2. Notify Collections Management (CM) with the estimated start date of your deaccessioning work along with an estimate of the number of titles to be withdrawn.
  3. Place items with yellow WITHDRAW flags in CM workspace (or other mutually agreed upon location)


Items Withdrawn by Way of Staff Weeding at the Armstrong Science Library or Davison Library at Bread Loaf

  1. Recycle books/journals at Bi Hall
  2. Send an email or spreadsheet list to Collections Management staff with the following details: [Title], [Call number], [years/volumes being withdrawn], [years of bound volumes being retained (if any)]


Internal Withdrawal Workflow Steps for CM

  1. CM changes b-code 3 to “d” (delete).
  2. See steps 4-7 below.


Missing Items


Most missing items are reported to CM by Circulation. See their documentation for Missing Item Replacement.

  1. Circulation notifies Acquisitions of titles to be replaced.
  2. Circulation notifies Catalog Management (CM) staff of titles to be withdrawn.
  3. Acquisitions searches for lost items/replaces item.
  4. CM changes b-code 3 to “d” (delete). This suppresses the record from the public catalog and notifies Summon when records have been deleted.
  5. Delete item records.
  6. Weekly update files of revised records are sent to Serials Solutions.
  7. After weekly update file, MARC records marked "d" can be deleted.

Updating OCLC Holdings for Withdrawn Items


MARC record contains 001: Do not update OCLC manually (this will be automated by CM)

MARC record *does not* contain 001: Update OCLC manually


General Rules for Added Copies

Withdraw already owned only if it is lost or damaged


General Rules for Added Editions

  1. Withdraw previous editions for medical, legal, or other fields where information can become obsolete
  2. If checked out 3 or more times keep previous edition
  3. Withdraw previous edition if new edition is revised or updated with new information
  4. Fiction/poetry: keep previous edition
  5. Translation into a different language: keep previous edition
  6. REF: If previous edition lives in REF, ask appropriate liaison if that one is to be moved to stacks or withdrawn. Newest editions will replace the edition currently in REF.
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