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View LHRs

Search for a local holdings record

  1. From the Data Type drop-down list, select Local Holdings Records.
  2. From the Scope drop-down list, select My LHRs.
  3. Enter a barcode in the Term(s) text field. The text field will expand to fit your search terms, if needed.
  4. Click Search. The Search results page appears with the matching local holdings records listed in a table with this information:
    • Call Number - Displays call number subfield data from the shelving designation and copy number subfields of the 852 field of your local holdings records (LHRs). Data is displayed in the following sequence:
      • $k - Call number prefix (R)
      • $h - Classification part (NR)
      • $i - Item part (R)
      • $j - Shelving control number (NR)
      • $l - Shelving form of title (NR)
      • $m - Call number suffix (R)
      • $t - Copy number (NR)
       Note: Subfield data is displayed without subfields (e.g., $hPN1997 .2$i.W47 2010 displays as PN1997 .2 .W47 2010).
    • Barcode(s) - Displays the barcode data from the piece designation subfields of the 876 field of your LHRs. Click a barcode to view and/or edit the LHR.
    • LHR Details - Displays the ILL status, holding library, and shelving location for the item to which the LHR is associated.
    • Bibliographic Record Information - Displays the basic bibliographic information for the item to which the LHR is associated. Click the title of the item to view the bibliographic record in the MARC editor.
  5. Click the call number to view and/or edit the LHR.

View a list of all local holdings records associated with a bibliographic record

  1. From the MARC 21 editor, scroll down to the Local Holdings Records accordion.
  2. (Optional). You can collapse the WorldCat Record and Local Bibliographic Data accordions to make it easier to access the Local Holdings Records accordion.

View an individual local holdings record from a bibliographic record

  1. From the MARC 21 editor, scroll down to the Local Holdings Records accordion.
  2. (Optional). You can collapse the WorldCat Record and Local Bibliographic Data accordions to make it easier to access the Local Holdings Records accordion.
  3. Click the Call NumberBarcode, or Edit button (Edit button) to open the LHR editor.
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