[Libs-Or] Cataloging eBooks

Correll, Rachel R. RCorrell at SCHWABE.com
Thu Dec 27 14:46:58 PST 2012

I'm curious how other institutions are cataloging eBooks.  Do you have
separate bib records from your physical books?  Does it make more sense
considering your patrons to merge your physical and digital records of
the same title?  What kinds of extra MARC fields do you use in an eBook
record? Does anyone out there catalog eBooks using RDA?

Thanks in advance!

RACHEL R. CORRELL | Research/Catalog Librarian 
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