Michigan State University

Non-Print Help Chart - AACR2

Format Type Usual location GMD 300 Call # in record
(050 / 090 / 099)
Call #
on piece
CD

spoken and misc. sound

Music has different rules.

DMC [sound recording] sound disc

LC class # followed by Audiodisc

For a supplementary disc, "Audiodisc" goes in the item record volume field rather than in the call no.

AVD accession numbers are no longer used as of 11/17/05.

PR
XXX
2001
Audio
disc
CD-ROM PDF files, computer software,
databases,
journals, etc.

DMC or Branch


NOTE: Gov. Docs discs go to DMC.

For International Gov. Docs, at top of yellow stickie, write: DMC - GD

[electronic resource] CD-ROM

Accept “computer optical disc” on copy.

MONO: LC# followed by CD-ROM

 

For a supplementary disc, CD-ROM goes in the item record volume field rather than in the call no. If there is more than one disc in the same case, the volume field would say CD-ROM 1-2



SERIAL: LC# followed by CD-ROM followed by vol. info.

QA
XXX
2001
CD-ROM

HT
XXX
2010
CD-ROM
1-2

HT
XXX
CD-ROM
v.11
1998

CD-ROM map Map Lib. [electronic resource] CD-ROM MONO:
G ........ Map CD-ROM
G
XXX
Map
CD-ROM
CD-ROM atlas Map Lib. [electronic resource] CD-ROM MONO:
G ........
CD-ROM
G
XXX
CD-ROM
 
DVD video

DMC or branch
NOTE: Gov. Docs discs go to DMC.

For Gov. Docs w/LC call nos., at top of yellow stickie write: DMC - GD

[videorecording] videodisc

LC# followed by VideoDVD

For a supplementary disc, VideoDVD goes in the item record volume field rather than in the call no. If there is more than one disc in the same case, the volume field would say VideoDVD 1-3

NOTE: Music dvds get accession no., assigned by the bar-coder.

ex.: DVD 64049

PN
XXX
2002
VideoDVD

 

D
XXX
2002
VideoDVD
1-3

DVD-ROM PDF files, computer software, databases, journals, etc.

DMC or Branch

NOTE: Gov. Docs discs go to DMC.

For International Gov. Docs, at top of yellow stickie, write: DMC - GD

[electronic resource] DVD-ROM

Accept “computer digital disc” on copy.
MONO:
LC# followed by DVD-ROM

For a serial, date/vol. info comes after DVD-ROM.
QR
XXX
2002
DVD-ROM
VCD video compact disc (video CD) DMC [videorecording] videodisc LC# followed by VideoCD TC
XXX
2003
VideoCD
 
Audio
cassettes
spoken and misc. sound (non-music) DMC [sound recording] sound cassette LC # followed by Audiocassette

AVC accession #s no longer used (ca.2007)
HC
XXX
Audio-
cass.
Audio
cassettes
spoken
(one-of-a-kind)
Vincent Voice Lib. [sound recording] sound cassette C726
Audiocassette
C726
Audio-
cass.
 
Video
cassettes
VHS, Beta DMC [videorecording] videocassette LC# followed by Videocassette D
XXX
1994
Video-
cass.
 
Micro Microfilm Micro (mc)
EEM=
[microform] microfilm reels 29043 Microfilm

Get accession number from T.S. wiki: Microfilm numbering log
29043
Film
Micro Microfiche Micro (mc)
EEM#
[microform] microfiche HD123 |b .B34 2004 Microfiche

MSU thesis fiche use the author's last name, first initial as the call number
HD
XXX
2004
Fiche
 
Computer disks-3½”   DMC
or Branch
[electronic resource] computer disk

LC# followed by Disk

If there is also an archival copy, label it with Arch. as the last line of the call number on the yellow stickie. Ignore the archival copy in bib and item records.

HD
XXX
Disk
 
Remote
(Internet)
  no physical location [electronic resource]

MONO:
1 online resource, 1 online map, 1 streaming video file, etc.

CONTINUING:
no 300 field

LC# followed by Online

As of 6/22/06, “Online” is used in call number rather than in volume field of item record.

No date used for serials or integrating resources.