_____ F1. For monographs, if the barcode has not been affixed to the book, peel the item from the barcode card and attach it to the inside back cover. Note the exceptions F2 & F3.
_____ F2. If the cover is in fragile condition, write the call number on the verso t.p. of the book in pencil (LIGHTLY). For preservation containers, see F7.
_____ F3. If the call number is for a monographic series analytic (vol. number is part of the call number), and the vol. number in ENUM differs from the call number in 852, write the call number on the verso t.p. even if the barcode has been affixed to the inside back cover. Do not use continental 7's when marking.
_____ F4. If the call number is written in the book, you must write the sublocation stamp above the call number. SML without sublocation is not written above the call number. Sublocation stamps typically included in the SML processing stream:
- Mountaineering <line break> Coll. «note that the ORBIS location code is "cclmtn"»
- L & B
_____ F5. After the book is cataloged, recycle all paper travelling with the book but RETAIN the following EXCEPTIONS with the book:
- "Requestor" printout (printout with Requestor in red)
- Barcode cards. (Prior to the change in Acquisitions procedures, barcodes were not attached to the books until the item reached Preparations. Items from the backlog may have cards with a barcode attached. Preparations is responsible for peeling the barcode from the card and attaching it to the book cover.)
- Red flags
- Yellow HVT flag. Lower priority than red; all other "priority" flags are not retained.
- Location flags (e.g. Judaica, Cross Campus, Mountaineering)
- LSF flags
Paper with fund coding: either pink fund list or (items from the backlog) printout of NOTIS order record. Fund codes are used to determine bookplates.
______ F6. Note in particular that rubber bands, paper clips, yellow/colored post-its, and carbon paper temporary slips provided by vendors, if left in or fastened to the book, will eventually damage it. Be zealous about removing such things.
______ F7. Books in poor condition may be traveling in a preservation container (a flat piece of cardboard in a plastic bag). Keep the book in the container. If your book is in poor condition and you think it needs a container to keep it from falling apart, you can get one from Acquisitions.