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LC-PCC PS for 2.12.1.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
Sources for Main Series and Subseries
LC practice/PCC practice: For main series and subseries, use a source that has both titles (see RDA 2.3.1.7).
Other Sources for Series Statements
LC practice/PCC practice: Apply these guidelines to both main series and subseries statements: 
“Sources within the resource itself” include those with formal statements (such as on a back cover) or informal statements (such as within the text of a preface).  “Sources within the resource itself” do not include pre-publication cataloging data (such as CIP data) printed in the resource; treat such data as a source outside the resource (see Policy Statement for 2.2.2.1). 
Generally, prefer series statements from other sources outside the resource (such as a publisher website) over information from CIP data.  Enclose a series statement taken from outside the resource (including one from CIP data) in square brackets.  If considered important for identification, explain in a note the source of the series statement (see RDA 2.17.11).
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
490 0# $a [No stone unturned] ; $v [v. 1]
500 ## $a Series from publisher's website, viewed Oct. 3, 2014.
 
 
 
Series Statement Not Present in Resource During the CIP Process
LC practice: If the series statement appears only on the CIP data sheet or the ECIP data view at galley stage, do not transcribe this information as a series statement; do not contact CIP staff or the publisher.
[2010-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.1.5
MANIFESTATION IN MORE THAN ONE SERIES
Issues, Parts, or Iterations Not in the Same Series
If some issues or parts of a serial or a multipart monograph or some iterations of an integrating resource are in different series, generally give each series statement in a MARC 490 field rather than in a note. Indicate in MARC 490 subfield $3 the parts, issues, or iterations in each series.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
300 ## $a 5 volumes ; $c 14 cm.
490 1# $3 volumes 1, 3-5: $a Music bibliographies ; $v 12, 15, 21-22
490 1# $3 volume 2: $a Baroque musical studies ; $v 2
Volumes of multipart monograph are in different series
300 ## $a 10 volumes : $b illustrations ; $c 28 cm.
490 1# $3 volumes 1-8: $a Anthropological monographs ; $v no. 23-30
490 1# $3 volumes 9-10: $a Art and anthropological monographs ; $v no. 31-32
Title of series changed with no. 31
 
 
 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
300 ## $a volumes $c 28 cm.
490 1# $3 1969-1979: $a DHEW publication
490 1# $3 1980- : $a DHHS publication
Title of series changed. Series statement is on a bibliographic record for a serial; numbering of volumes in series is not included
 
 
 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
earlier iteration
490 1# $a Federal practice series
later iteration
490 1# $3 1991- $a Court rules series
490 1# $3 1980-1990: $a Federal practice series
Title of series changed. Series statement is on a bibliographic record for an integrating resource
 
 
 
If all the parts, issues, or iterations appear in one series and some of the parts, issues, or iterations appear also in another series, precede the second series title with an indication of the particular parts, issues, or iterations applicable to that title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
300 ## $a 3 volumes ; $c 20 cm.
490 1# $a Testi del Risorgimento ; $v 4-6
490 1# $3 v. 2: $a Saggi e documentazioni ; $v 17
 
 
 
Not All Issues, Parts, or Iterations in a Series
If some issues or parts of a serial or a multipart monograph or iterations of an integrating resource are in a series and others are not, generally give the series statement in a 490 field rather than in a 5XX field. Indicate in 490 subfield $3 the parts, issues, or iterations in that series.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
300 ## $a 2 volumes ; $c 28 cm.
490 1# $3 v. 1: $a Dance and dancers to-day ; $v 13
 
 
 
[Note: The MARC 490 indicators in the examples in this Policy Statement illustrate the PCC option to give an authorized series access point in MARC field 8XX.]
[2017-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.2.3
RECORDING TITLE PROPER OF SERIES
Issues, Part, or Iterations Not in the Same Series
If some issues or parts of a serial or a multipart monograph or iterations of an integrating resource are in different series, generally give each series statement in a MARC 490 field rather than in a note. Indicate in 490 subfield $3 the parts, issues, or iterations in each series.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
300 ## $a 5 volumes ; $c 14 cm.
490 1# $3 volumes 1, 3-5: $a Music bibliographies ; $v 12, 15, 21-22
490 1# $3 volume 2: $a Baroque musical studies ; $v 2
Volumes of multipart monograph are in different series
300 ## $a 10 volumes : $b illustrations ; $c 28 cm.
490 1# $3 volumes 1-8: $a Anthropological monographs ; $v no. 23-30
490 1# $3 volumes 9-10: $a Art and anthropological monographs ; $v no. 31-32
Title of series changed with no. 31
300 ## $a volumes $c 28 cm.
490 1# $3 1969-1979: $a DHEW publication
490 1# $3 1980- : $a DHHS publication
Title of series changed. Series statement is on a bibliographic record for a serial; numbering of volumes in series is not included
 
 
 
If all the parts, issues, or iterations appear in one series and some of the parts, issues, or iterations appear also in another series, precede the second series title with an indication of the particular parts, issues, or iterations applicable to that title.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
300 ## $a 3 volumes ; $c 20 cm.
490 1# $a Testi del Risorgimento ; $v 4-6
490 1# $3 v. 2: $a Saggi e documentazioni ; $v 17
 
 
 
Not All Issues or Parts in a Series
If some issues or parts of a serial or a multipart monograph or iterations of an integrating resource are in a series and others are not, generally give the series statement in a MARC 490 field rather than in a note. Indicate in 490 subfield $3 the parts, issues, or iterations in that series.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
300 ## $a 2 volumes ; $c 28 cm.
490 1# $3 v. 1: $a Dance and dancers to-day ; $v 13
 
 
 
[Note: The MARC 490 indicators in the examples in this Policy Statement illustrate the PCC option to give an authorized series access point in MARC 8XX fields.]
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.4
OTHER TITLE INFORMATION OF SERIES
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Other title information of series is a core element for PCC for rare materials.
[2015-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.6
STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY RELATING TO SERIES
CORE ELEMENT FOR PCC
Statement of responsibility relating to series is a core element for PCC for rare materials.
[2015-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.8
ISSN OF SERIES
CORE ELEMENT FOR LC/PCC
[2012-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.8.3
OPTION
LC practice for Optional omission: Do not omit the ISSN of the main series if the ISSN of the subseries is given.
[2010-04]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.9
NUMBERING WITHIN SERIES
General
PCC practice: For information about recording numbering in authorized access points for series and subseries, see RDA 24.6 and Policy Statement 24.6.
LC practice/PCC practice: Record superscript letters "on the line" (e.g., "n o." as "no." or "2 ème" as "2ème") as stated in Policy Statement 1.4, "Super/Subscript Characters" section.
When recording both a numeric and/or alphabetic designation and a chronological designation, include parentheses around the chronological designation.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
490 1# $a Aperture, $x 0003-6420 ; $v no. 211 (summer 2013)
 
 
 
Parallel Titles for Series/Subseries and Numbers
LC practice/PCC practice: If parallel titles for series/subseries are being recorded and the numbering also appears in more than one language or script, record each number after the title proper/parallel title to which it relates. If the number appears only once, record it after the title it linguistically matches or after the last title if it matches all, more than one, or none of the titles.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
490 1# $a Veröffentlichungen mittelalterlicher Musikhandschriften ; $v Nr. 20 = $a Publications of mediaeval musical manuscripts ; $v no. 20
490 1# $a Tutkimuksia ; $v n:o 56 = $a Undersökningar = $a Studies
490 1# $a Carte / Commission géologique du Canada = $a Map / Geological Survey of Canada ; $v 1665A
 
 
 
Different Forms of Series Numbering
LC practice/PCC practice: If there are different forms of the series numbering within the resource, transcribe (in order of preference):
a.
the form on the same source as the series title proper;
b.
a form that includes a caption;
c.
any form chosen by the cataloger, if a. and b. do not apply.
Numbering of and within a Specific Activity, Event
LC practice/PCC practice: Do not include the numbering of the activity, event, etc., in MARC 490 subfield $v with the volume numbering relating to the sequencing of the publications from that activity, event, etc. Record the numbering of the activity, event, etc., as part of the series title if it appears as part of the title on the resource; if the numbering of the activity, event, etc., is included in the statement of responsibility for the series on the resource, record it as part of the statement of responsibility if recording that information.
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
490 1# $a Atti del XXIV Congresso internazionale di storia dell'arte ; $v 7
490 1# $a Mis. doc / 49th Congress, 1st Session, Senate ; $v no. 82
 
 
 
[Note: The MARC 490 indicators in the examples in this Policy Statement illustrate the PCC option to give an authorized series access point in MARC 8XX fields.]
[2017-07]
LC-PCC PS for RDA 2.12.9.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
LC practice/PCC practice:  Apply these guidelines to both main series numbering and subseries numbering:
“Sources within the resource itself” include those with formal statements (such as on a back cover) or informal statements (such as within the text of a preface) of series numbering.  “Sources within the resource itself” do not include pre-publication cataloging data (such as CIP data) in the resource; treat such data as a source outside the resource. 
Generally, prefer information about series numbering from other sources outside the resource (such as a publisher website, or inference from the numbering of other analytics in the series) over information from CIP data.  Enclose series numbering taken from outside the resource (including that from CIP data) in square brackets.  If considered important for identification, explain in a note the source of the series numbering or any numbering irregularities (see RDA 2.17.11). 
 
 
 
EXAMPLE
490 0# $a Methods in molecular biology, $x 1940-1626 ; $v [volume 919]
500 ## $a Series numbering supplied by cataloger based on other volumes in the series.
 
 
 
[2015-07]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.10
TITLE PROPER OF SUBSERIES
Situations Not Representing Subseries
LC practice/PCC practice: If the two titles present on the resource in addition to the analyzable title of the manifestation fall into either category described below, do not apply RDA 2.12.102.12.17 for subseries.
1.
If the two titles represent different modes of issuance (e.g., one title represents a multipart monograph and the other represents a serial), consider each title to be a separate series.
2.
If the two titles represent two multipart monographs, see RDA 6.27.2 to determine if the two titles are to be treated as separate series or as a single series.
[2012-09]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.10.2
SOURCES OF INFORMATION
Sources
LC practice/PCC practice: For main series and subseries, use a source that has both titles (see RDA 2.3.1.7).
Series Statement Present Only in Cataloging Data
LC practice/PCC practice: If the series statement appears only in pre-publication cataloging data (foreign or domestic) in the item, do not transcribe this information as a series statement.
Series Statement Not Present in Resource During the CIP Process
LC practice: If the series statement appears only on the CIP data sheet or the ECIP data view at galley stage, do not transcribe this information as a series statement; do not contact CIP staff or the publisher.
[2010-02]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.16
ISSN OF SUBSERIES
CORE ELEMENT FOR LC/PCC
[2012-05]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.16.3
OPTION
LC practice/PCC practice for Optional omission: Do not omit the ISSN of the main series if the ISSN of the subseries is given.
[2015-01]
LC-PCC PS for 2.12.17
NUMBERING WITHIN SUBSERIES
LC practice/PCC practice: See Policy Statement 2.12.9 for information about numbering.
[2012-09]