Examples of Minor Changes That Do Not Involve the Title Proper

1. New series numbering explicit

Serial or series numbering re-starts.

Current SAR: 642 ‡a v. 2 ‡5 DLC; 670 imprint date is 1991. Current issue published in 2001 with numbering “new series, volume 1.” Orbis search shows latest issue as v. 25 in 2000. New SAR is not created.

On bib record: 4XX ___________ ; ‡v new ser., v. 1

SAR update:

642 ‡a new ser., v. 1 ‡d 2001-‡5 DPCC ‡5 CtY
642 ‡a v. 2 ‡d <1991-2000> ‡5 DLC

 

2. New series numbering is not explicit

Current SAR: 642 ‡v. 1 ‡5 DLC; 670 imprint date is 1983; current issue published in 1999 with numbering “volume 1.” Orbis search shows latest issue as v. 88 in 1998.

On bib record: 4XX ______________ ; ‡v [new ser.], v. 1

SAR update:

642 ‡a [new ser.], v. 1 ‡d 1999- ‡5 DPCC ‡5 CtY
642 ‡a v. 1 ‡d 1983-<1998> ‡5 DLC

 

3. Volume caption changes but numbering is continuous

Current SAR: 642 ‡a no. 3 ‡5 DLC; 670 imprint date is 1997. Current issue published in 2002 with numbering “volume 32.” Orbis search shows latest issue as no. 30 in 1995.

On bib record:

490 1_ ‡a_______________ ; ‡v v. 32
830 _0 ‡a _______________; ‡v no. 32.

SAR is not updated; no new SAR is made.