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4.11. Playaway

Fixed Field Value

Comment
Type i


BLvl m


Desc i

RDA coding
Elvl 1


Srce d


Audn choose

e = adults ; j = juvenile ; d = adolescent ; g = general
LTxt choose

f = fiction or 0 = nonfiction
DtSt s

s = single (pub) date ; t = pub date & copyright date differ
Lang eng

eng = English ; change as appropriate
Date1 yyyy

single known date / publication date
Date2 yyyy

copyright date










Tag Ind 1 Ind 2 Variable Fields Comment
007

cz\nza
sz\zunznnnzned
Playaways require two 007 fields as shown.
In Evergreen, subfield labels do not display. No indicators.
008

140321s\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\f\\\\eng\d Integrated with fixed fields ; sample shown
020

$a ISBN
028 5 2 $a$b Publisher Number
082 0 4 $a Dewey call number
100 1
$a$d$e Ind1 = surname ; only use $d as needed ; use $e relationship designator as applicable
245 1 0 $a$h[playaway] /$c Ind 2 varies depending on lead word in title
250

$a Edition Statement as needed
264
1 $a$b$c Publisher Info ; if record has 260, replace with 264
300

$a$b$c
336

$aspoken word$bspw$2rdacontent
337

$aaudio$bs$2rdamedia
337

$acomputer$bc$2rdamedia
338

$aother computer carrier$bcz$2rdacarrier

344

$adigital$bnon-volatile flash memory$2rda

347

$aaudio file$2rda
490 1
$a$v Series name, if applicable ; Use Ind1 = 0 if no authority record exists for series (untraced)
500

$a As needed
511 0
$a Use Ind1 = 1 if listing only cast names
520

$a
538

$a Add system note: "Issued on Playaway, a dedicated audio media player."
650
0 $a$v Ind2=0 for Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)
655
7 $a$2 Ind2 = 7 for Source Specified in $2 (use lcgft or gsafd)
700 1
$a$d Ind1 = surname ; only use $d as needed ; use $e relationship designator as applicable
800 1
$a$d$t Authority Controlled Series Title w/ author name; transcribe exactly as it appears in authority record
830

$a Authority Controlled Series Title w/out Author Name ; transcribe exactly as it appears in authority record


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