The metadata elements are included in: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RCZyXUA5rK47wZqfFPbiRM0xnw8WnMCcmlttT7B3VlI/edit#gid=952741439
When the suite of jira's implementing all the new elements and reorder data (
UXPROD-122 (instance), UXPROD-123(holdings), UXPROD-124(items)) then representation of eResources in Inventory is fully implemented.
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Locally-stored metadata records for eResources
Email from Kristin Martin (6/7/2018)
Chicago’s local gap analysis spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qedy8xGmi_3rv8Krv0FaDnSEd-e7PiKeOabA_YqPZO8/edit#gid=1789724001
The groups gap analysis spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1JnvLq-pQ861pNnW_AEn0xsSujr9yTuM8MOHSWJ_XSZA/edit#gid=2081002066
We are going on the assumption that print materials will have instance, holdings, and item records in Inventory, but electronic materials will only have instance and holdings records for the University of Chicago.
Summary of items, which we will indicate in the spreadsheet:
- Link text
- Public Note
- Materials Specified
- Statistical code
- Call number
The first four items can be derived from the 856 field. Statistical code would be a locally defined FOLIO field, but one that we find necessary because MARC does not always represent different format types accurately (e.g., streaming video is notoriously difficult to identify from MARC fields). Location and call number are needed for all holdings. These fields are all needed for discovery purposes.
There are a number of other data elements that exist in OLE’s e-holdings record that are ERM-related. These are noted Chicago’s local gap analysis spreadsheet and include things like coverage dates, perpetual access dates, platform information, simultaneous users, etc. How we want this type of data represented in FOLIO will be dependent on the outcome of the ERM subgroup. uChicago are comfortable with deferring the decision on what to do with these data elements, and whether inventory is the right place for them to be placed, so long as we can return to Inventory and make adjustments as needed. The relationship between Inventory and the FOLIO e-holdings app is still to be determined as well.