Guidelines for cataloguing remote access electronic resources

This document provides guidelines for the creation and editing of bibliographic records and holdings statements for remote access electronic resources on the National Bibliographic Database (NBD). The Libraries Australia Expert Advisory Group to Review the Guidelines for the Cataloguing of Electronic Resources has developed the guidelines in consultation with Libraries Australia users.

They have been tailored to provide specific help with cataloguing remote access electronic resources which are accessed via computer networks. They apply to a range of electronic resources including e-journals, titles supplied by aggregator services, databases, web sites, images, sound files. They are not intended for use in the cataloguing of locally accessed electronic resources such as CD-ROMs or electronic resources that do not require a computer for access such as videodiscs.

Reasons to record electronic resources on the ANBD

Libraries Australia encourages libraries to record their electronic resources on the NBD even if the resource is not available for interlibrary loan as listing has many benefits for resource sharing:

  • End users who search Libraries Australia may have access to the material
  • Onsite access may still be available
  • Supports the sharing of metadata for electronic materials between libraries
  • Contributed records support re-use in services such as subject gateways
  • Provides library managers and planners with a better picture of the materials that are owned or licenced by Australian libraries, and trends in the library sector.

Libraries are encouraged to contribute all electronic resource records that meet the Libraries Australia minimum record standards.

Cataloguing standards

These guidelines are intended to be a guide to applying existing standards to electronic resources and are not intended as a replacement for the standards. They are primarily intended for the creation of MARC21 records by cataloguers. Libraries that create or harvest metadata for their electronic resources through semi or fully automated processes should adopt the recommendations as required, particularly where they support the generation of records that meet the Libraries Australia minimum record standards.

The standards for bibliographic and holdings data for electronic resources are evolving and the interpretation of standards may vary between organisations. It is to be expected that there may be some differences in the application of standards in records that are added to the NBD for the foreseeable future. Any changes in the international standards will be considered as part of any further development of the Libraries Australia guidelines.

Separate or single records

Libraries Australia recommends the creation of separate records when a resource exists in both electronic and non-electronic form. However it is recognised that libraries may not wish to create a separate record for all of their electronic resources, for example the digitised form of an original or rare item or a government publication.

In such cases cataloguers may add both an ‘Additional physical form available’ linking note field (MARC field 530) and a linking field (MARC field 856) which both contain the electronic location and access information (i.e. URLs). It is recognised that recording URLs in both fields creates additional maintenance because notes fields are not easily amenable to verification by link checking software. Location and access data should be entered in field 856 if local cataloguing policy only supports entry of a single field for this data. As noted before it is more compatible with link checking software and is more commonly used for supporting hypertext links in library systems.

If separate records are created for both electronic and non-electronic forms an ‘Additional physical form available’ linking note (MARC field 530) should be included in the bibliographic records for both forms to indicate the existence of the alternative.

Libraries Australia also recommends the creation of a single aggregator neutral record when a title is included in multiple aggregator services. This is a record that represents all versions of the same online serial on one record where the same serial title is available from multiple aggregators. Aggregator neutral records eliminate the need for extensive record editing and maintenance to reflect a title’s inclusion or exclusion from an aggregation. They also simplify the presentation of records, minimising inadvertent duplication and confusion to users.

When cataloguing electronic books an additional factor to consider is whether the resource is a reproduction. Those that maintain the pagination of the original monograph are treated as reproductions. For further guidance on determining an electronic reproduction see Library of Congress Rule Interpretation 1.11A. If the electronic book has a different pagination to the original then it is not treated as a reproduction and should be catalogued as an original monographic electronic resource.

Recommended Data Elements

This section describes the data elements that would usually be included in bibliographic records for electronic resources. It is not intended to be a complete list of the data elements that may be required as instructions and examples on the creation of the more commonly used bibliographic descriptions and access points are well covered in existing cataloguing standards documentation.

Libraries that use machine-generated bibliographic records, for example through the use of PERL scripts or automatic metadata harvesting, should refer to the Libraries Australia minimum record standards. Automated metadata generation may not deliver a full level record but consistent adherence to the minimum level will enable libraries to successfully report and maintain these records on the NBD.

For more details about these and other data elements please consult the MARC21 concise format for bibliographic data. For examples on the application of these fields and their content please refer to the Examples provided below and to the Resource Documents

Leader/06 (Type of record)

The Type of record code (Leader/06) in records for electronic resources should be coded to convey the most significant aspect of the work and in terms of the content of the resource.

Type of resource Examples Leader/06 code
Textual data Electronic journals, documents, books, bibliographic databases, theses a, t
Image data Pictures, moving images g or k
Maps data Maps, atlases, cartographic items e or f
Music data Notation or scanned images of scores c or d
Sound data MIDI files, streaming audio i or j
Electronic programs, systems or services Software, online systems and services, numeric data m

Leader/07 (Bibliographic level)

The bibliographic level code (Leader/07) in records for electronic resources should be coded to convey either the serial, monographic or integrating nature of the item described.

To determine whether the resource is integrating consider whether it is added to or changed by means of updates that do not remain discrete and are integrated into the whole, noting that integrating resources can be finite or continuing.

Type of resources Examples Leader/07 code
Website American Mathematical Society website [electronic resource] 


Online newsletter Notices of the American Mathematical Society [electronic resource] s
Web document Australia’s thylacine [electronic resource] : to clone or not to clone? m

006 (Fixed Length Data Elements)

Unless Leader/06 is coded ‘m’ it is necessary to include field 006 to describe the electronic aspects of the resource. For textual electronic resources the Computer file type subfield (006/09) will usually be coded “d” (Document). Code “m” should be used when the item is a combination of two or more types of files, eg text with a significant amount of multimedia files.

007 (Physical Description Fixed Field)

The electronic resource 007 should be used in any record representing an item whose carrier is a computer file. For an online electronic resource the Specific Material Designation subfield (007/01) should be coded “r” (Remote) and Dimension (007/04) should be coded “n” (Not applicable).

008 (Fixed-length Data Elements)

Use the 008 fixed fields that are appropriate to the type of record indicated in Leader/06.

For continuing integrating resources the Type of Date / Publication Status subfield (008/06) should be coded as either “c” (currently published) or “d” (ceased). For finite integrating resources use the code “m” (Multiple dates).

Records for serial publications often lack a definable frequency, with information being constantly updated and changed. If this is the case, the Frequency subfield (008/18) should be coded “blank” (No determinable frequency) and the Regularity subfield (008/19) should be coded “x” (Completely irregular).

008/23 or 008/29 ( Form of Item)

The form of item code for electronic resources is code ‘s’ (Electronic).

020 (International Standard Book Number)

Record the ISBN of the electronic resource. If the electronic and other versions share the same ISBN enter it in both the 020 and 776 Additional Physical Form Entry fields.

020 ## |a0471394882 (Online)

022 (International Standard Serial Number)

Record the ISSN of the electronic resource. If the electronic and other versions share the same ISSN enter it in both the 022 and 776 Additional Physical Form Entry fields.

042 (Authentication Code)

If the item is produced at an Australian institution, by an Australian author or the content relates to Australia indicate this by adding the code “anuc” (Australian National Union Catalogue).

130 (Main Entry – Uniform Title)

Add a uniform title if the electronic resource is also available with the same title in other formats or in other versions. Use the qualification term “(Online)” where appropriate.

130 ## |a Aboriginal history (Online)

250 (Edition)

Electronic books catalogued as reproductions should include edition details that are appropriate to the original work being reproduced.

260 (Publication, distribution, etc)

Electronic books catalogued as reproductions should include publication and distribution details that are appropriate to the original work being reproduced.

300 (Physical Description)

Records for remote access electronic resources may include a 300 field which records the extent of the resource. For electronic books catalogued as reproductions record description details that are appropriate to the original work being reproduced.

500 (General Notes)

A number of general notes may be required, including recognition of the source of title proper or other general notes and explanation of updating procedures.

1. Source of title proper

This note should always be included in a record for an electronic resource even when the title is taken from the chief source of information. Always indicate the date on which the title was viewed for cataloguing.

500 ## |aTitle from title screen (viewed on Sept. 1, 2006)

506 (Restrictions On Access Note)

Give a note to record any restrictions on access to the resource.

506 41 |aSubscription and registration required for access.

Currently there is no single data element that can be reliably used to identify free web resources. Users can infer that data is freely available through the absence of restriction statements in field 506 or field 856. Libraries Australia also recommends flagging items as ‘Freely available’ in field 856 (z subfield). This collocates location and access provisions in a single tag, making it easier for the user to see.

856 4# |u|zCurrent issue and archive freely available online here

516 (Type Of Computer File Or Data Note)

This field may be used to describe the file or document formats, or other file characteristics, of the resource. NB. Do not use field 256 for file characteristics as it replicates information already held elsewhere in the record.

520 (Summary Or Abstract Note)

A note to explain the type of information contained in the resource is recommended.

530 (Additional Physical Form Available Note)

If the cataloguer is aware that a resource exists in both electronic and non-electronic form, Libraries Australia recommends that an ‘Additional physical form available’ linking note (MARC field 530) be included in the bibliographic records for both versions to indicate the existence of the alternative form.

530 ## |aAlso available online. On 18/8/2006 available from website of New South Wales Dept. of Education and Training at:
500 ## |aIssue for 2005-06 also distributed to depository libraries in paper format with Supt. of Docs. class no.: ED 1.8:C 83/17
530 ## |aAlso issued in print.

It is recommended that electronic location and access information is also recorded in MARC field 856.

533 (Reproduction note)

When cataloguing an e-book as a reproduction give in a single note details relating to the reproduction and its publication availability:

  • Format of the reproduction
  • Dates of publication and/or sequential designation of issues reproduced (for serials)
  • Place and name of the agency responsible for the reproduction
  • Date of the reproduction
  • Physical description of the reproduction if different from the original
  • Series statement of the reproduction (if applicable)
  • Notes relating to the reproduction (if applicable) – e.g. Source of title, File characteristics, Restrictions on access, System requirements, Mode of access, etc.

Optionally also use 533 subfield ’7′ – Fixed-length data elements of reproduction to provide coded information about the reproduction.

533 ## |aElectronic reproduction. |bSomerset, New Jersey : |cWiley InterScience,|d2003. |nTitle from title screen (viewed on 14 July, 2005). |nIn PDF format. |7s2003####dcun#s

538 (System Details Note)

This note records system information. It should be provided to explain any special access requirements such as browser plug-ins. It is not required for standard browser access to online material.

538 ## |aSystem requirements: Real Player for video and sound files.

776 (Additional Physical Form Entry)

This field may be used to provide a link between physical formats and to provide the ISBN/ISSN of the alternate version.

130 0# |aEmerging infectious diseases (Online)
245 10 |aEmerging infectious diseases|h[electronic resource]:|bEID
530 ## |aAlso issued in print.
776 1# |tEmerging infectious diseases|x1080-6040

Alternatively, in addition to the 530 provide the note as subfield |i in the 776 field

130 0# |aEmerging infectious diseases (Online)
245 10 |aEmerging infectious diseases|h[electronic resource]:|bEID
530 ## |aAlso issued in print.
776 1# |iPrint version|tEmerging infectious diseases|x1080-6040

850 (Holdings)

The Libraries Australia policy is to list holdings even when materials are not available for interlibrary loan. Even if document delivery is not permitted, holdings on NBD records still provide many benefits for resource sharing and resource management, including:

  • Support seamless access to print and electronic resources
  • Enable end users to determine if electronic resources are available through their own library
  • Alert end users to potential access restrictions at other libraries
  • Enable libraries to manage and monitor electronic coverage levels in their collections
  • Support networked access to information using standard metadata
  • Enable the export of MARC records for electronic collection sets from the NBD to local systems

Holdings statements should only indicate when the resource is not available for document delivery or where restrictions apply. The following generic statements are recommended:

  • Available for document delivery – restrictions apply
  • Not available for document delivery
850 ## |aANL|cInternet|h See Internet for available issues
850 ## |aQGU|cOnline access. Not available for document delivery

It is recommended that libraries apply their Local System Numbers (LSNs) to their electronic holdings on the NBD. LSNs are important data matching keys for libraries that contribute holdings to the NBD. They facilitate synchronisation between local systems and the NBD and enable libraries to accurately and efficiently reflect changes in their local catalogues through automated processes such as batch uploads or global holdings changes. They also serve as additional finding and verification keys for those libraries who add holdings online.

850 ## |aWU|bS123456|cOnline access. Available for document delivery – restrictions apply.

As an alternative to a generic holdings statement, each library may nominate its preferred customised holdings statement to be applied to any record or collection of records on the NBD. It is still strongly recommended that customised statements include details of any access or document delivery restrictions.

For records corresponding to electronic aggregations or datasets, each library may also apply their holdings statements to either the complete set of records or a defined subset of records.

Libraries Australia recommends that details of the actual serial issues not be included in the holdings statement as issue availability may vary significantly over time, for example back issues may be added, a publisher may decide to only make available the current and selected previous issues, or a publisher may lose interest and cease adding issues to the Internet. If possible add a note (subfield h) to direct users to the source of current coverage of the resource.

856 (Electronic Location and Access)

This field contains the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) in subfield ‘u’ and other details required to locate and access the resource. Most records require an 856 for the URL address and some may require extra 856 fields to indicate other access options such as ftp, table of contents, etc.

Subfield ‘z’ is used for additional public notes about the electronic resource for example, subscription information or access restrictions. If the electronic location is generally accessible supply appropriate terminology in subfield ‘z’ to indicate that the resource is immediately or freely accessible.

856 41 |u|zFreely available online
856 41 |zRequires free registration |u

Subfield ‘z’ is also appropriate when the title is available from a number of locations. Add a note (‘z’ subfield) to each 856 so that each version can easily be distinguished. Use appropriate text for each note, for example: Publisher site, Archived at ANL, Archived at VSL. Give preference to the publisher’s URL as this is usually more up-to-date than the archived version.

856 70 |zPublisher site|u|2http
856 40 |Archived at ANL|u
856 40 |zFor North America:|u
856 41 |zUK mirror site:|u
856 41 |zArchived version:|u

If the electronic location is only available to your institution indicate this by including a subfield ‘x’ with the text beginning ‘ISD5:’ to record the NUC symbol of your library. Any access restrictions should also be recorded in subfield ‘z’

856 ## |xISD5:XNTU|u|zOnline access for CDU staff & students only. Not available for document delivery

It is recommended that persistent identifiers be used in NBD records where these are available. A persistent identifier is a name for a resource which remains the same regardless of where the resource is located thus ensuring that links to the resource will continue to work and remain actionable even if it is moved, or its ownership changes. For further information refer to the papers listed under Resource documents. Examples of the preferred persistent identifier systems such as DOI, Handles, URNs are listed below:

856 40 |u|zAuthentication may be required
856 41 |u
856 40 |
856 41 |zArchived at ANL$u


As with all bibliographic and holdings records added to the NBD, users are strongly encouraged to update records for electronic resources when there are changes to the publication or to a library’s holdings.

1. Amending records when Internet resources disappear

If an electronic resource ceases to exist the bibliographic record for the resource should be retained on Libraries Australia and a note should be added to indicate that it has disappeared. The 856 field should be removed as its primary purpose is to provide a direct link to the resource. The URL should be retained within a note only.

Resource documents

Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition, 2002 Revision (AACR2)

Cataloging Electronic Resources: OCLC-MARC Coding Guidelines / OCLC

Guidelines for Coding Electronic Resources in Leader/06 / Library of Congress, Network Development and MARC Standards Office.

Guidelines for the Use of Field 856 / Library of Congress, Network Development and MARC Standards Office

Integrating Resources: A Cataloging Manual / Program for Cooperative Cataloging.

Library of Congress Rule Interpretations, Second Edition, 1989

MARC21 concise format for bibliographic data

Managing web resources for persistent access

PADI – Persistent identifiers

Sample Records

Record 1: Electronic journal
000 01322cas a2200349 a 4500
001 000024720570
005 20030616190345.0
006 m e d
007 cr cn|—uuuuu
008 021213c20019999acaqr p s 0 a0eng d
040 __ |aSUA |beng
042 __ |aanuc
043 __ |au-at—
082 0_ |a020.5
130 0_ |aAustralian library journal (Online)
245 14 |aThe Australian library journal |h[electronic resource].
246 3_ |iAt head of webpage title: |aALJ
260 __ |a[Canberra ] :|bALIA.
362 1_ |aCoverage as of Dec. 13 2002: v. 50, no. 1 (Feb. 2001)-
500 __ |aTitle from home page (viewed Dec. 13 2002)
516 __ |aText (Electronic journal)
530 __ |aAvailable also in print form.
555 0_ |aIndexes: Vols. 15 (1966)-19 (1970) in v. 19
580 __ |aAbsorbed: NB (Sydney, N.S.W.), 1976.
580 __ |aHas supplement: Happenings (Sydney, N.S.W.), 1976-1979.
650 _0 |aLibrary science |xPeriodicals.
650 _0 |aLibraries |zAustralia.
710 2_ |aAustralian Library and Information Association.
776 1_ |tAustralian library journal |x0004-9670
850 __ |aSUA |b1054190 |c-
856 4_ |u |zFull text available: Feb. 2001-


Record 2: Electronic journal in aggregation
000 04570cas a2200577 a 4500
001 000023715717
005 20060707160822.0
006 md|
007 cr bn —uuuuu
008 020604c19959999at sr p s 0 0eng d
022 __ |a1322-9400
030 __ |aJFSTFG
040 __ |aAKIN:NBD |beng |dAKIN:NBD
042 __ |aanuc
130 0_ |aJournal of family studies (Online)
245 10 |aJournal of family studies |h[electronic resource].
260 __ |aBundoora, Vic., Australia : |bLa Trobe University Press.
362 0 |aVol. 1, no. 1, (Apr. 1995)-
516 __ |aText (electronic journal)
650 _0 |aFamily |vPeriodicals.
650 _2 |aFamily |vPeriodicals.
710 2_ |aLa Trobe University. |bSchool of Behavioural Health Sciences.
730 0_ |aCounselling across Australia.
776 1_ |tJournal of family studies |x1322-9400
856 40 |zSubscription required for access to the online version |3Full text available from APAFT. Coverage as at Oct. 31, 2005: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 1995)- |u;res=APAFT
856 40 |zSubscription required for access to the online version |3Full text available from Meditext : Coverage as of July 7, 2005: Vol. 2, no. 1 (Apr. 1996)-|u;res=MEDITEXT
856 40 |zSubscription required for access to the online version |3Full text available from FAMILY & SOCIETY PLUS. Coverage as at Apr. 30, 2006: Vol. 1, no 2 (Oct. 1995)- |u;res=FAMILY
856 40 |zSubscription required for access to the online version |3Full text available from INFORMIT E-LIBRARY. Coverage as at Apr. 30, 2006: Vol. 9, no. 1 (Oct 2003)-|u;res=e-library
856 40 |xISD5: VDVC |zSubscription required for access to the online version |3Full text available from APAFT. Coverage as at Oct. 31, 2005: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Apr. 1995)- |uhttp://ncseapps01.cse/dvc/intranet/resources.nsf/AllDocs/B84C84708EC029D7CA256E0


Record 3: Online database
000 01419nai 2200361 a 4500
001 NYCGAQN8058-B
006 m | e |
007 cr |n|||||||||
008 010327m19989999nju s 000 0 eng d
040 |aSUM |beng |cSUM |dNNC
043 |an-us—
050 4 |aZ1219
245 00 |aGlobal books in print |h[electronic resource]
246 13 |aBowker’s global books in print
246 13 |aBooks in print
260 |aNew Providence, N.J. : |bR.R. Bowker, |c1998-
500 |aTitle from web page (viewed Oct. 4, 2001)
500 |aDescription based on content as of: March 27, 2001.
506 |aRestricted to users at subscribing institutions.
516 |aText (Online bibliographic database).
520 |aProvides information on a variety of publications including forthcoming, children’s, large print, serials, paperbound, out-of-print, and audio and video. Features bibliographic records, subjects guide, full-text reviews and publishers’ section.
530 |aIssued also in print and CD-ROM.
650 0 |aCatalogs, Publishers’ |zUnited States.
651 0 |aUnited States |xImprints |vCatalogs.
710 2 |aR.R. Bowker Company.
856 40 |u


Record 4: Online database
000 00989cms a2200265 a 4500
001 000024553794
005 20051110202622.0
006 m d
007 crucnu||||||||
008 030110c19969999xna | eng d
040 __ |aQU
042 __ |aanuc
245 00 |aMIMS online |h[electronic resource].
246 30 |aMIMS
246 3 |aMonthly index of medical specialities online
246 3 |iTitle bar title: |aMIMS Australia
260 __ |aSydney, N.S.W. : |bHCN.
300 __ |aOnline resource.
362 1_ |aBegan in 1996?
500 __ |aDatabase coverage: (1996)-
506 |aAccess restricted to users at subscribing institutions.
516 |aText (Online database of pharmaceutical product information and images).
520 __ |aAccess to the full MIMS database of abbreviated and full information (including OTC) on prescription and non-prescription drugs. Full colour product identification pictures are available.
650 _0 |aDrugs |zAustralia |vPeriodicals.
650 _0 |aDrugs |z Australia |v Catalogs |v Databases
650 _0 |aPatent medicines |zAustralia |vPeriodicals.
650 _0 |aPharmaceutical industry |z Australia |v Directories.
710 2 |aHealth Communications Network.
730 0_ |aHealth Communications Network.
856 40 |u |zConnect to MIMS (restricted access)


Record 5: Integrating database
000 01918cai a2200409 a 4500
001 000027201442
005 20051110204045.0
006 m d
007 cr cnu—uuuuu
008 050601m18259999xna eng d
040 __ |aNSL |cNSL |dNSL
042 __ |aanuc
043 __ |au-at—
245 00 |aFirstPoint |h[electronic resource].
246 30 |aFirst Point
260 __ |aPyrmont, N.S.W. : |bThomson Legal & Regulatory.
300 __ |aOnline Database.
500 __ |aTitle from title screen (viewed Apr. 1, 2005).
500 __ |aDatabase coverage: 1825 to present.
506 __ |aAccess restricted to institutions with a subscription.
516 __ |aText (Online database of case law and legal citations).
520 __ |aFirstPoint provides access to case references, citation, history, and digest information for Australian cases since 1825. All case material is classified to a detailed classification scheme, which can be browsed or searched to locate cases on legal topics. Information is sourced from the Australian Case Citator, Australian Digest and Australian Legal Monthly Digest.
538 __ |aSystem requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader to view/print full text cases
650 _0 |aLaw |zAustralia |vDatabases.
650 _0 |aLaw reports, digests, etc. |zAustralia |vDatabases.
650 _0 |aAnnotations and citations (Law) |zAustralia |vDatabases.
710 2_ |aThomson Legal & Regulatory.
730 0_ |aAustralian digest.
730 0_ |aAustralian legal monthly digest.
730 0_ |aLawbook Online.
740 0_ |aAustralian case citator.
856 4_ |zPublisher site |u
856 4_ |zElectronic resource |u

Record 6: Web site
000 01133cai a2200301 a 4500
001 000026128067
005 20041225184600.0
006 m d
007 cr cn|—uuuuu
008 040817m20049999aca eng
040 __ |aANL |beng |dANL
042 __ |aanuc
043 __ |au-at—
082 04 |a526 |222
245 00 |aAustralia on the map |h[electronic resource].
260 __ |aCanberra, A.C.T : |bAustralia on the Map, |c2004-
362 0_ |a2004-
500 __ |aTitle from title page (viewed on Aug, 17, 2004)
516 __ |aText.
520 __ |aOrganisation dedicated to helping communities plan events to celebrate 400 years of mapping Australian coast lines.
538 __ |aSystem requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader to access documents in PDF format
650 _0 |aCartography |zAustralia.
|aPANDORA electronic collection
856 40 |zPublisher site |u
856 41 |zArchived at ANL |u
Record 7: Electronic map
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001 000010693999
005 20050720185112.0
007 aj canzn
008 940317s1929 xx a e eng d
034 1_ |aa |b9600 |dE1490800 |eE1490800 |fS0351800 |gS0351800
040 __ |aANL:AM |beng |cANL:AM |dANL
042 __ |aanuc
043 __ |au-at-ac
045 0_ |bd1929
050> _4 |aG8984.C3G45 1929
245 00 |aCanberra |h[cartographic material].
255 __ |aScale [ca. 1:9 600]. 800 ft. to an in. |c(E 149p0s08′/S 35p0s18′)
260 __ |c1929.
300 __ |a1 map : |bmounted on linen, some hand col. ; |c132 x 116 cm.
500 __ |aMap has a printed monogram involving the letters: A, G, V.
520 __ |aCadastral map of Canberra, including section and lot numbers. Proposed suburbs, roads and lake also shown.
530 __ |aAlso available in an electronic version via the Internet at:
650 _0 |aCity planning |zAustralian Capital Territory |zCanberra |vMaps.
650 _0 |aReal property |zAustralian Capital Territory |zCanberra |vMaps.
651 _0 |aCanberra (A.C.T.) |vMaps.
856 41 |u


Record 8: Government report (Online)
000 01508nam 2200301 a 4500
001 000023616439
005 20020603160506.0
006 m d s
007 cr cn auuuu
008 020530s1999 xnaab s s000 0 eng d
040 |aNSL |beng |cNSL
042 |aanuc
043 |au-at-ne
100 1 |aThomas, Brendan.
245 10 |aPolicing public order |h[electronic resource] : |boffensive language & conduct, the impact on Aboriginal people /|c[Brendan Thomas].
260 |a[Sydney] : |bAboriginal Justice Advisory Council, |c[1999]
520 3 |aA report on the over representation of Aboriginal people in criminal proceedings for offensive language and offensive conduct charges.
583 |aSelected for archiving |5NSL
610 10 |aNew South Wales. |tSummary Offences Act 1988.
650 0 |aLaw enforcement |x Social aspects |z New South Wales.
650 0 |aAborigines, Australian |zNew South Wales |xCriminal justice system.
650 0 |aAborigines, Australian |xLegal status, laws, etc. |zNew South Wales.
710 2 |aAboriginal Justice Advisory Council (N.S.W.)
830 0 |aPANDORA electronic collection
856 40 zPublisher site |u
856 4 1 |zArchived version |u
Record 9: Government report (original linked to digitised version)
000 02472nam 2200409 a 4500
001 000023608041
005 20020527110313.0
008 020527s2001 aca b f000 0 eng d
020 |a0642711577 (Pbk)
040 |aANL |beng |cANL
042 |aanuc
043 |au-at—
082 04 |a379.1180994 |221
110 1 |aAustralia. |bParliament. |bSenate. |b Employment, Workplace Relations, Small Business and Education References Committee.
245 10 |aUniversities in crisis : |b report into the capacity of public universities to meet Australia’s higher education needs / |cSenate Employment, Workplace Relations, Small Business and Education References Committee.
246 14 |aUniversities in crisis : report on higher education
260 |aCanberra : |bThe Senate, |c2001.
300 |axxiv, 440, [6] p. ; |c25 cm.
490 1 |aParliamentary paper / the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, |x0727-4181 ; |v no. 217 of 2001
500 |a“September 2001″
500 |aChair: Jacinta Collins.
504 |aIncludes bibliographies.
505 |aIntroduction — Public universities at a time of change — The funding of higher education — Governance and regulation of universities — Quality and diversity of teaching — The funding and management of research — The commercial operations of universities — Participation in higher education — Staffing of public universities — Universities’ contribution to regional development and exports — Government senators’ report — Democrats’ supplementary report.
520 |aUniversities in crisis: report into the capacity of public universities to meet Australia’s higher education needs
530 |aAlso available in an electronic version via the internet. Address as of 27/05/02:
540 |aCommonwealth of Australia 2001.
650 0 |aUniversities and colleges |zAustralia.
650 0 |aUniversities and colleges |zAustralia |xFinance.
650 0 |aHigher education and state |zAustralia.
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245 10 |aTasmania's rural and isolated young people |h[electronic resource] : |bissues, solutions and strategies : report of a community consultation with young people, government, youth and community organisations, in rural and isolated communities / |cprepared by the Office of Youth Affairs and Family for the Hon. Denise Swan, MHA Minister for Community Development.
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502 __ |aThesis (Ph.D.)–University of South Australia, 2001.
504 __ |aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 319-347).
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260 __ |aWashington, D.C. : |bWorld Bank, |c1999.
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245 10 |aHPLC methods for pharmaceutical analysis / |cGeorge Lunn and Norman R. Schmuff.
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260 __ |aNew York : |bWiley, |cc1997.
300 __ |axxii, 1609 p. : |bill. ; |c26 cm.
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504 __ |aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
520 __ |aThis invaluable database – available in print and electronic form – gives you fast, hands-on access to the most significant literature available on HPLC for the analysis of over 150 of the most frequently prescribed pharmaceutical compounds. Combining full descriptions of procedures with specially annotated references, HPLC Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis helps you to identify the techniques that are relevant to your individual project needs – eliminating hours of tedious, time-consuming library research. Analytical chemists and researchers will find a battery of useful features that make this practical new resource a welcome addition to their reference library.
650 _0 |aHigh performance liquid chromatography.
650 _0 |aDrugs |xAnalysis.
650 12 |aDrugs |xAnalysis.
650 12 |aChromatography, High Pressure Liquid |xMethods.
650 22 aChemistry, Pharmaceutical |xMethods.
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856 41 |3Table of contents |u
856 42 |3Publisher description |u
856 42 |3Contributor biographical information |u