Chapter 101. Monograph Parts

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Add a Monograph Part to an Existing Record
Monograph Part Merging

Monograph Parts enables you to differentiate between parts of monographs or other multi-part items. This feature enables catalogers to describe items more precisely by labeling the parts of an item. For example, catalogers might identify the parts of a monograph or the discs of a DVD set. This feature also allows patrons more flexibility when placing holds on multi-part items. A patron could place a hold on a specific disc of a DVD set if they want to access a specific season or episode rather than an entire series.

Four new permissions are used by this functionality:

These permissions should be assigned at the consortial level to those groups or users that will make use of the features described below.

Add a Monograph Part to an Existing Record

To add a monograph part to an existing record in the catalog:

  1. Retrieve a record.
  2. Click the Manage Parts tab.

    Menu: Manage Parts
  3. Click the New Monograph Part button
  4. Enter the label that you want to appear to the user in the catalog, and click Save. This will create a list of monograph parts from which you can choose when you create a volume and copy.

  5. Add a volume and copy. To add a volume and copy to your workstation library, click the Add Volumes button in the Record Summary area above the tabs.

    To add a volume and copy to your workstation library or other libraries, click the Holdings View tab, right-click the appropriate library, and choose Add → Volumes and Copies.

  6. The Unified Volume/Copy Creator opens. Enter the number of volumes that you want to add to the catalog and the volume description.
  7. Enter the number of copies and barcode(s) of each item.
  8. Choose the part label from the Part drop down menu.

  9. Apply a template to the copies, or edit fields in the Working Copies section below.

  10. Click Store Selected when those copies are ready.
  11. Review your completed copies on the "Completed Copies" tab.
  12. When all copies have been stored and reviewed, click "Save & Exit".


    If you are only making one set of changes, you can simply click Save & Exit and skip the Store Selected stage.

  13. The Holdings View tab now shows the new part information. These fields also appear in the OPAC View.

    Catalog Record showing copies with part details