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					            Basic Searching in the Cataloging Module in GIL

                      Use Quick Connect. On the Production DB tab, click on Cataloging

            1. Select a cataloging location.
            2. Click on the Search icon to begin search.
            3. Click on a tab to choose type of search.

                               Examples of searches: Example 1. Builder
                                                     Example 2. Non-Keyword

            Bib records, MFHDs, Item records:

                     Benefits of searching in the Cataloging module:

                       Tabs (System, History) Example 3. Bib # 2492493 -- Will see
                             all titles, including those that are suppressed. Can see
                             when Bib record last updated.

                         Notes on MFHDs Example 4. Bib # 1216395 --Local
                              notes seen in the OPAC below status of individual
                              piece: ‡z latest ed. only retained in Ref.
                              Superceded eds. transferred to stacks. -- Staff
                              notes entered in ‡x can only be seen in the
                              Cataloging module.

                                Withdrawn items Example 5. Bib # 417946

                                History tabs Example 6. Bib # 2781244


                 Cataloging and Acquisitions have different holding shelves for books going to
                 Marking so titles can be hard to locate in Marking. Paperbacks are collected
                 from holding shelves and routed directly to Binding.

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              Title Search using Builder (Example 1)
              Builder allows you to specify fields for keyword searching, in both composite
              searches and single-field searches.

              Indexes can be used individually or in combination to build a more specific
              search. To do a combination title and author search:

              1. Type in the search term(s) that you want to find in the Search For box.
              (Punctuation and case are ignored)

              2. Select from the drop down list to search all the search terms, any of the search
              terms, or the search terms as a phrase.

              3. Select the data fields in which you want to search from the Search in drop
              down list.
              4. Select which Boolean operator you want applied to the next search
              statement(s), if applicable: AND, OR, or NOT. If you are adding additional search
              statements, you must click on a Boolean operator.

                             Type in the additional search terms that you want to find in the Search
                             For field and repeat lines 2-3. Click on the Do Search button.

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                    6. The title and author search terms will be combined.
                    7. Resulting in this list which can be browsed.
                    8. Clicking on the Search button will take you back to the search screen
              where you can edit your search.

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            To edit a search statement already listed in the Search textbox:
            1. Highlight the search statement to be changed and click the Edit button.
            2. The search terms are displayed in the Search For box and the search criteria
            are displayed in the appropriate textboxes. Edit the search terms (change the title
            to gone with the wind letters).

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            3. Click the Do Search button and your results are displayed in a Title Index List.
            4. To Delete search terms from the search textbox, highlight a line and click the
            Delete Button.
            5. Click the Limit button to further limit your search.
            6. Clicking the Clear button will delete all search information entered in boxes to
            create the original search.
            7. Click the Cancel button to exit the Search dialog box. Title Search using Non-
            Keyword (Example 2)

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              Non-Keyword indexes are all left-anchored. The entry term is indexed
              character-by-character from left to right. You must know the exact wording of
              the title for this search, but you do not need to know whether the title is a
              series, a title-page title, or a variant title. (The results of a search will vary
              depending on whether you enter the complete title or a partial title in the
              Search for box.)

                    Title<indexes all bibliographic records

                    Journal Title<indexes only serial records

              Searches can also be narrowed to specific fields

                     Title Statement: Title<indexes 245 ab

                     Uncont. Title AE<740

              Punctuation: Hyphen, apostrophe, etc. can be included or omitted, but do not
              treat as a space. For an ampersand type &. Case is ignored.

                    folk-lore or folklore NOT folk lore

                    mary„s or marys NOT mary s

                    jack & jill

              For example, to do a title search:
              1. Select a Search Type from the drop down list box.
              2. Select the radio button for either Find or Browse. The choice of using either of
              these Search by buttons is limited by the Search Type. Browse is only available

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              for headings and call number searches.
              3. Type in the search terms that you want to find in the Search for box.
              4. Click the Do Search button to begin searching.
              5. Multiple records can be found with this title in various fields.
              6. You can choose to view one record by highlighting your choice and clicking the
              OK button.
              7. You can view several records by highlighting one line, then hold the Crtl key
              and continue to highlight lines. Then click the OK button.
              8. All the records can be reviewed by clicking on the Select All button and then
              the OK button. (WARNING: GIL can be overloaded by having too many windows

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              Examples of Bib records

              Example 3. #2492493, Suppressed bib record

              Tabs (history)

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                Example 5. Withdrawn title Bib # 417946
                Example 6. History tabs Bib # 2781244

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                                           010 Library of Congress Number (LCCN)
                                           020 International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
                                           022 International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
                                           035 System Control Number (OCLC Number)
                                           040 Cataloging Source – Source of the record. Each 3 letter code
                                            represents a participating institution.
                                           050 Library of Congress Call Number
                                           082 Dewey Decimal Number (at least initial classification)
                                           090 Locally input or member copy call number
                                           1XX Main Entry (generally, the official name(s) of the person(s)
                                            who authored or edited it)
                                                 100 Personal name
                                                 110 Corporate name
                                                 111 Conference name
                                                 130 Uniform title
                                           245 Title statement (title) & statement of responsibility (author)
                                           246 Variant Title (Other forms of the title)
                                           250 Edition Statement
                                           260 Imprint (place of publication, publisher, and date of
                                           300 Physical Description (volume numbering, illustration, height,
                                            pagination, and some info about format (e.g., sound disc, etc.)
                                           310 Current frequency (serials)
                                           321 Former frequency (serials)
                                           362 Numbering (serials)
                                           4xx/8xx Series Statements
                                           500 General Notes
                                           504 Bibliography
                                           505 Contents Notes
                                           6xx Subject Headings
                                           7xx Added Entries
                                           780/785 Preceding Entry/Succeeding Entry (serials)
                                           9XX fields (Local, e.g., UGA) :
                                                 910 Inventory, Original Cataloged (UGA record/Cataloged
                                                    at UGA), PromptCat (Vendor) records, or RECON
                                                    (outsourced cataloging)
                                                 912/939 Order information
                                                 945 Copy cataloged by UGA
                                                 980/981 Acquisitions fields

MARC Cheatsheet by Robin Fay & Beth Thornton, Cataloging Dept. 2007
              Cataloging Terms A-Z

                    AACR2 (Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules): Cataloging standard
                     which is in current use.
                    Access points: Keywords, controlled vocabularies, authorized headings
                     to facilitate precision searching.
                    Accompanying media: Material which is published along with the primary
                     work and is meant to enhance the user‟s experience in some way
                     (additional resources, programs, contextual information, etc.)
                    Acquired Cataloging: Unit in the Cataloging Department which catalogs
                     newly received materials through modification of existing records.
                     Acquired Cataloging as a practice is known as monographs copy
                     cataloging or copy cataloging.
                    Acquisitions: Department which orders, receives and processes some
                     categories of titles (additions to the collection such as additional copies,
                     volumes to existing titles, etc., as well as cataloging PromptCat materials
                     (purchased cataloging records) and titles with DLC records.
                    Acquisitions Mode (Module): The technical module or back door to the
                     GIL OPAC which is used by Acquisitions to complete acquisitions
                     (ordering new titles, receiving, etc.) type work. Cataloging uses it to verify
                     order information.
                    Adjustment: An item which has been pulled from its location and upon
                     completion of database work will need re-marking (labeling).
                    Analytics: Analytics are individual monographic titles which are part of
                     either a larger serial or monographic set. Analytics keep some of their
                     unique properties (own bib record, own item record) but take the call
                     number and volume numbering from the larger entity. Often thought of in
                     terms of parents (the larger entity) and children (the analytics).
                    Associated Research Facilities: Off-campus and on-campus UGA
                     facilities which contain libraries and collections such as Vet Med Reading
                     Room (on campus), Owens Library also know as Environmental Design
                     (on campus), Skidaway, (off campus; Skidaway Island), CPES also know
                     as Coastal Plain Experiment Station or Tifton, (off campus; Tifton, GA),
                     Griffin; (off campus; Griffon, GA); and Sapelo, (off campus; Sapelo Island).
                     Often called Branches or Branch Libraries.
                    Authority record: a record containing the authorized (verified) form of an
                     author‟s name, a series title, etc.


                    Barcode: encoded set of lines which is placed on item and the code is
                     input into a matching item record in GIL. The barcode is used to charge
                     out materials as well as for some processing.

Glossary, Compiled by Robin Fay, 2007
                    BIB Formats Standard Manual: Indepth online and print manual of
                     MARC coding.
                    Bib record (bibliographic record): Descriptive record coded in MARC.
                    Bibliographic: descriptive data about a title.
                    Bibliographic record: a MARC coded record containing descriptive data
                     about a copy.
                    Bibliographical references: A more generic term for bibliographies which
                     can also encompass suggested reading lists, etc.
                    Bibliography: a list of resources or citations which are usually located at
                     the end of a title.
                    Boolean logic: Developed by English mathematician George Boole, it
                     allows users to combine words or phrases to define searching in
                     databases, such as library catalogs. Generally thought of in terms of and
                     (include), not (exclude), or (expand).
                    Bound with: Individual titles which are bound together either from the
                     publisher or after the fact, by the libraries. Bound withs have individual GIL
                     bib records for each title, but only one MFHD and one item record (as they
                     all reside in the same binding). Bound withs have a specific procedure to
                     create the appropriate links and notes for the OPAC.
                    Branch Libraries: see Associated Research Facilities.


                    Cataloging: Organizing materials & information in a logical and consistent
                     way to facilitate ease of access.
                    Cataloging Mode (Module): The technical module or back door to the
                     libraries public view of the catalog, (OPAC) which is used to do work on
                     bibliographic, holdings, or item records.
                    Cataloged: A title in GIL is considered cataloged when the physical copy
                     and record have both been reviewed and verified by a Cataloger, with
                     corrections and additions made to the record as needed and holdings set
                     in OCLC for the title. Acquired Cataloging (Monographs Copy Cataloging)
                     is cataloging using an existing record; Original Cataloging is creation of a
                     record or heavy modification of a record. PromptCat is outsourced
                     cataloging which is processed by Acquisitions. A cataloged record in GIL
                     will contain a 910 CA (Original cataloging); 945 CA (Acquired Cataloging;
                     Acquisitions Cataloging); or 945 CC (PromptCat). Cataloging also occurs
                     in Serials Cataloging (Serials, Periodicals), Music Cataloging (Scores,
                     Audio CDs, etc.), and by the Principal Cataloger (Databases, E-books,
                     Micro formats, etc.)
                    C.I.P. (Cataloging in publication) Data: Bibliographic information about
                     an item derived prior to publication, generally printed on the title page
                    Connexion: The technical module or “back door” to OCLC WorldCat
                     which enables those with authorization to download, edit, create and/or
                     delete records.

Glossary, Compiled by Robin Fay, 2007
                    Copy: Copy can be used to refer to a particular volume within a library
                     (e.g., copy 2) or in a more generic sense. Copy can also mean a record
                     contributed by an OCLC participant.
                    Corrall: To gather up issues or volumes. Generally thought of in terms of
                     serials but also in terms of Fasicles.


                    Database Maintenance (DBM): The maintaining of data through
                     investigation and correction of records as needed. AT UGA, DBM work is
                     done in the Maintenance Unit and by others within the Cataloging
                     Department. DBM is a Section within the Cataloging Department, which is
                     divided into 2 Units: Maintenance and Marking.
                    Delimiter: A code used to distinguish the beginning of a subfield. In GIL
                     and OCLC represented as ‡; however, in writing and procedures
                     sometimes referred to as $ or |. However ‡ is the character that should
                     always be entered in GIL.
                    DLC: A record in OCLC (WorldCat) or GIL which has a 040 containing
                     DLC. DLC records are Library of Congress records. Generally, these are
                     considered higher quality records, but not always!


                    Electronic Theses & Dissertations (ETDs): theses & dissertations
                     written by UGA graduate students which are published electronically
                     (PDF) and stored in an Ultimate database. These titles are cataloged
                     locally in DBM.
                    Endeavor: The company who created the library catalog software
                     Voyager (we use it for our catalog, called GIL). Endeavor has recently
                     been purchased by Ex-Libris, another software company.
                    Exclude location: A GIL login/location (not a libraries location) which
                     does not display in the OPAC. Used mainly by Acquisitions staff.


                    Fascicle: An unique category of material which typically are originally
                     published in a paperback format in parts. Once a volume (fascicle) is
                     completed by the publisher, the individual pieces are corralled (gathered)
                     to be bound together.
                    Folio: An oversized book. For UGA purposes, Folio generally (exceptions
                     include some music materials and CML materials) is materials which are
                     30 cm + in the 300 (physical description) field of the bib record. Folio
                     materials receive a shelving prefix (‡k Folio in the holdings/MFHD record)
                     Double Folio (‡k Ff in the shelving prefix) is 60 cm +.

Glossary, Compiled by Robin Fay, 2007

                    GALILEO: a collection of databases such as e journals, e books, digitized
                     maps and more available to UGA students and in some cases, the citizens
                     of Georgia.
                    GALIN: a static snapshot of the previous library online catalog. In 1999,
                     the UGA Libraries purchased Voyager from Endeavor and migrated data
                     from GALIN to GIL. A data snapshot was taken of GALIN, which can be
                     helpful in dealing with older records from pre-migration (1999). As GALIN
                     is a snapshot, the information is no longer updated, and in some cases the
                     information was lost.
                    Gifts: Material which is donated or given to the library.
                    GIL (GALILEO Interconnected Libraries): The Libraries‟ online catalog,
                     which is an Endeavor product called, Voyager.


                    Happening location: The GIL database location where work occurs or
                    Hierarchy: In the Endeavor Voyager catalog technical view, shows the
                     relationship between the parts of the record (the bib and its subrecords:
                     the holdings and item record).
                    Holdings record: a holdings record (also know as the MARC Format
                     Holdings Data or MFHD for short) describes the call number, location info,
                     volumes owned, etc. In other words, what we actually have on hand.


                    ILS: Integrated Library System, usually a windows based library catalog
                    Indicator: Two numerical fields which follow a MARC tag, e.g., 245 14 ; 1
                     is the first indicator, 4 is the second indicator. Indicators affect indexing
                     and display of information from the MARC fields. Indicators are defined by
                     the information within the field and the MARC tag.
                    Inprocess: an item status reflecting that an item has been received but
                     has not been cataloged.
                    Inprocess Collection (IPC): Material which is housed uncataloged in a
                     temporary yet publicly available area.
                    InputStamps see Locations.
                    Inventory: Verification that a pre-1995 monographic item in hand matches
                     the record in GIL and that a shelflist card has been pulled. An inventoried
                     record will have a note in a 910 field INVYY initials. Serials and other
                     formats may use a different code for inventory.
                    Item record: Also known as a piece or barcode record, the item record
                     represents each individual item associated with a title.

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                    Item status: Designates availability on the item record. Status can include
                     discharged (item has been returned and checked in), charged out, at
                     bindery, missing, lost system applied (overdue to the point the database
                     has assigned a lost status), lost and paid (item has been lost by the patron
                     and has been paid for), cataloging review (a status used by Cataloging
                     staff to get materials returned back to them for review), etc.


                    Label see Marking.
                    Leader: The part of the GIL MFHD (holdings record) where information is
                     recorded about the MFHD record status (if work is done, the record should
                     be coded as C for corrected), Type of record (x for single titles, v for
                     multiple volumes) and Encoding Level (1 for single titles; 4 for mutliple
                    Library of Congress (LC) Classification Scheme/Call numbers: Call
                     number scheme designed to organize materials by subject and/or main
                     entry (author, etc.)
                    Local call numbers: Accession call numbers assigned locally such as
                     those used for media (Audio CDs, DVDs, etc.) and other special materials
                     (Electronic theses & dissertations, Hargrett Library rare materials, etc.)
                    Locations: Also known as InputStamps or 049 locations, these are the
                     locations where materials are located. Information from the bib record
                     (049), the MFHD location, and the Permanent Location (item record)
                     correlate to form a title‟s location.
                    Looseleaf (also known as Looseleaf for updating): An unique category
                     of material which typically are originally published in a notebook or binder
                     and have new replacement pages (sometimes whole sections) issued by
                     the publisher at a later time, with the intent to have old parts replaced with
                     new ones.


                    Maintenance Unit: The Maintenance Unit is part of the Database
                     Maintenance (DBM) Section and is responsible for maintaining data
                     through investigation and correction of records as needed. Additionally,
                     projects requiring GIL work are often part of DBM‟s workflow.
                    MARC: (MAchine Readable Cataloging): a type of record coding which
                     allows information to be shared in a variety of formats.
                    MARC Field: In MARC, a data field which begins with a MARC tag,
                     followed by indicators and then coded data. A MARC field is the entire
                     field line in the GIL Cataloging module, e.g., 245 10 ‡a Prisons under the
                     gavel : ‡b the federal court takeover of Georgia prisons / ‡c Bradley
                     Stewart Chilton.

Glossary, Compiled by Robin Fay, 2007
                    MARCIVE: A bibliographic service which verifies authority information.
                     Records are extracted from GIL and sent to MARCIVE on a weekly basis.
                     A MARCIVED record will contain a field, 946 Marcive, in the bib record.
                    MARK Note: A coded note of instructions in the GIL MFHD (or in a series
                     authority record) as to how to label or mark a volume (e.g., MARK> Use
                    Marking: The process of preparing an item to be shelved in the stacks
                     including creating a label, affixing the label, property stamping, etc.
                    Marking Unit: The Marking Unit is part of the Database Maintenance
                     (DBM) Section and is responsible for physically processing all materials.
                    Media: Audio CDs, DVDs, Laserdiscs, VHS tapes, cassette tapes, 16mm
                     film, reels, and other format material. Accompanying media is material
                     which is published along with the primary work and is meant to enhance
                     the user‟s experience in some way (additional resources, programs,
                     contextual information, etc.)
                    Medium Rare: Materials in the UGA Libraries collection which are
                     published before 1870, which are quasi-rare (non-circulating yet reside in
                     the stacks.
                    Metadata: describing data. Metadata in terms of search engines is
                     assigning keywords and other values to assist in search engine retrieval.
                     Catalogers assign keywords through titles, authors, contents notes, and
                     subject headings.
                    MFHD: Marc Format Holdings Data: (also known as a holdings record):
                     describes the call number, location info, volumes owned, etc. In other
                     words, what we actually have on hand.
                    Microfilm: reels of negatives from scanned books, periodicals, and other
                     print sources.
                    Microfiche: thin sheets of negatives from scanned books, periodicals, and
                     other print sources. A reader is used to project the images for viewing.
                    Monograph: A title which is published as a unique finite work. Books can
                     be electronic or traditional print format. “For the purpose of library
                     cataloging, any nonserial publication, complete in one volume or intended
                     to be completed in a finite number of parts issued at regular or irregular
                     intervals, containing a single work or collection of works. Monographs are
                     sometimes published in monographic series and subseries.” Monographic
                     sets are unique titles which are published as a collection with an intended
                     finite end. Analytics are titles which are part of a larger monographic or
                     serial title.
                    Monographs Original Cataloging: A section in the Cataloging
                     Department which is responsible for the creation of a record or heavy
                     modification of a record for monographs and other formats of materials.
                    Music Cataloging: Cataloging of music related materials such as scores.
                     The Music Cataloging Section in the Cataloging Department does original
                     and copy cataloging for Audio CDs, scores, etc.

Glossary, Compiled by Robin Fay, 2007
                 NAR (Name Authority Record): The record containing the authorized
                  (verified) form of an author‟s name, corporate body or conference. SARs
                  (Series Authority Records) contain the authorized form of series headings.


                 OCLC: OCLC (Online Computer Library Center) is a collaborative
                  database of records from libraries around the world. Libraries share
                  records for cataloging purposes and Interlibrary Loan (ILL). UGA
                  contributes records to OCLC and shares our holdings through OCLC.
                  Cataloging accesses OCLC through Connexion, which is the technical
                  module of WorldCat.
                 OPAC: Online Public Access Catalog is a public view of a library catalog.
                 Order: To purchase an item for the libraries.


                 P&P (Policy & Procedures Manual): the Cataloging Dept‟s online
                  procedures and policy manual. Located at
                 Periodical: A single title issued in parts and/or volumes, with no finite
                  ending date and at regular intervals, e.g. Time magazine.
                 Permanent Location: The location on the item record which reflects the
                  true location of a copy. The permanent location corresponds to the
                  location in the MFHD (Holdings record). Every item record must have a
                  permanent location.
                 PO (Provisional record): A brief record created for the purposes of
                  ordering; additionally, uncataloged. PO records were most commonly
                  created at UGA in the GALIN catalog database. Also, Purchase Orders
                  (orders of purchasing information) are known as POs.
                 PromptCat: Outsourced cataloging processed by Acquisitions. Processed
                  PromptCat records in GIL contain a 945 CC field.


                 RDA: new upcoming cataloging code which will replace AACR2.
                 Reading for Pleasure (RFP) also known as Leisure Collection:
                  Contemporary works, popular titles, etc. which receive a local call number
                  and a shorter circulation period.
                 Repository (REPO): Off campus storage facility (warehouse) for
                  materials, which are generally not heavily used.

Glossary, Compiled by Robin Fay, 2007

                    SARs (Series Authority Records): records containing the authorized
                     form of series headings.
                    Serial: A single title issued successively in parts and/or volumes, with no
                     finite ending date (although serials may cease publication, the original
                     intent was to continue publication).
                    Series: A group of separately published titles generally written upon
                     similar subject matters and published by the same published, which are
                     grouped together, either by numbering or not. A series differs from a
                     monographic set in that a set constitutes a single work, whereas a series
                     consists of distinct works. Coded in 4xx/8xx fields.
                    Serials cataloging: Cataloging of serials, periodicals and other
                     resources. The Serials Cataloging Section in the Cataloging Department
                     does original and copy cataloging for serials, periodicals, and other
                    Shelving prefix: ‡k in the holdings/MFHD record which corresponds to
                     information printed on the item‟s label; Identifies a special location with a
                     particular location. Examples of ‡k include Ga Room (for Georgia Room),
                     ‡k Folio (for oversized books shelved in a special location).
                    Subject Headings: Controlled vocabulary access points and keywords;
                     coded in MARC 6XX fields.
                    Suppressed: A bibliographic (bib) or MFHD (holdings) record which does
                     not appear in the OPAC (public view of the catalog).


                    Technical Module (can include the Cataloging, Acquisitions or
                     Serials checkin mode). The “backdoor” to the public view of the catalog
                     (OPAC) which allows staff to edit, create, and delete records.
                    Tag: MARC tags are the 3 digit codes beginning a MARC field, e.g., 245
                     14. 245 is the MARC tag.
                    Temporary location: A location in the item record which reflects a
                     temporary location. Examples of temporary locations include Reserves
                     and Repo. An item with a temporary location has a permanent location in
                     addition to the temporary location.
                    Title: A word or phrase which contains the name of the item; coded in
                     2XX fields. In cataloging, the title is usually transcribed from the item in
                     hand. Additional title info is and sometimes coded in 7xx fields
                    t.p. The title page of a monograph (book).
                    Transfer: Transferring material from one location to another, which
                     involves work on the records in the online catalog.
                    Treatment: Generally, Monographic vs. Serial. Treatment is stated in the
                     MFHD (holding record) for Monographic sets, Serials, and Periodicals,
                     e.g., TR: M

Glossary, Compiled by Robin Fay, 2007
                 Ultimate database: databases designed by UGA Systems‟ Department to
                  store data such as the UGA Electronic Theses and Dissertations aka
                  ETDs, DLG databases (Digital Library of Georgia), etc.
                 Unicode: A coding standard which allows characters to display correctly
                  in the GIL OPAC. An example of this would include a record coded in
                  Chinese language, which displays the proper characters in the OPAC. It is
                  also used by other industries to allow for correct display of such
                  characters as the Euro.
                 Universal Catalog (UC): A combined catalog showing all of the materials
                  for libraries within the University of Georgia System (USG).


                 Weeding: Identifying materials which are no longer of value to a particular
                  location or library. Materials can be transferred to locations which need the
                  materials or the materials may be withdrawn.
                 Withdraw/Withdrawn/Withdrawal: Material deemed no longer of value is
                  sent to the Cataloging Department to be withdrawn and destroyed per
                 WorldCat: collaborative database of records from libraries around the
                  world. Libraries share records for cataloging purposes and Interlibrary
                  Loan (ILL). UGA contributes records to OCLC (Online Computer Library
                  Center) and shares our holdings through OCLC. Cataloging accesses
                  OCLC through Connexion, which is the technical module of WorldCat.


                 Verso: The left page of a book; also the second printed side of a sheet or
                  page (the back).
                 Voyager: The Libraries‟ online catalog, GIL, an Endeavor product.

Glossary, Compiled by Robin Fay, 2007