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Derive an LHR

Overview

You can derive a local holdings record by copying information from either the WorldCat bibliographic record (MARC 21 or Text View) or an existing local holdings record.

Derive a local holdings record from a WorldCat bibliographic record

 Note: You can derive a local holdings record from either a MARC 21 WorldCat bibliographic record or a Text View bibliographic record.

  1. From either the MARC 21 editor or the Text View editor, click Record.
  2. From the Record drop-down list, select Derive from the Local Holdings Record flyout menu.
  3. Update the content to describe your holdings for the item.
  4. Edit the Summary field.
  5. Click Save. A confirmation message will appear which states that the local holdings record has been added successfully.
  6. If the record was unable to be derived, an error message will appear. Correct any errors and repeat step 4.

Derive a local holdings record from an existing local holdings record

 Note: You have to have a local copy of the item before you can derive a local holdings record.

  1. From the Local Holdings Records accordion, click Record.
  2. From the Record drop-down list, select Derive from the Local Holdings Record flyout menu.
  3. Update the content to describe your holdings for the item.
  4. Edit the Summary field.
  5. Click Save. A confirmation message will appear which states that the local holdings record has been added successfully.
  6. If the record was unable to be derived, an error message will appear. Correct any errors and repeat step 4.

Watch a video

Create and edit local holdings records for serials (13:06)

This video shows how to create and edit local holdings records for serials in WorldShare Record Manager.

 

Watch a video

Create local holdings records for single-part monographs  (8:02)

This video shows how to create and edit local holdings records for single-part monographs in WorldShare Record Manager.

 

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