|00:01||Welcome to the spoken tutorial on Create a MARC Framework.|
|00:07||In this tutorial, we will learn to create a MARC Framework in Koha.|
|00:14|| To record this tutorial, I am using:
Ubuntu Linux Operating System 16.04 and Koha version 16.05
|00:27||To follow this tutorial, you should have knowledge of Library Science.|
|00:33|| To practice this tutorial, you should have Koha installed on your system.
And, you should also have Admin access in Koha.
|00:44||If not, please refer to the Koha spoken tutorial series on this website.|
|00:50||Before we begin, note that- Frameworks can be edited or deleted.|
|00:57||Superlibrarian can create their own frameworks, as per the requirement of their libraries.|
|01:05||Let us begin. Let me switch to the 'Koha' interface.|
|01:11||Login with Superlibrarian username Bella and her password.|
|01:17||Now we are inside the Koha interface as Superlibrarian Bella.|
|01:25||Go to Koha administration.|
|01:29||Under the section Catalog, click on MARC bibliographic framework.|
|01:36||A new page opens.|
|01:40||Click on plus New framework.|
|01:44|| Another page opens up, prompting us to fill in the details-
Framework code: and Description:
|01:54||In the field for Framework code, I will type BK.|
|02:01||For Description:, I will type BOOKS.|
|02:06||Next, click on Submit button at the bottom.|
|02:11||On the new page that opens, go to the Code BK i.e. BOOKS.|
|02:18||From the tab Actions, click on MARC structure.|
|02:25|| A new page MARC Framework for BOOKS (BK) opens up.
Under this title, click on the OK button here.
|02:35||Another page with the same title MARC Framework for BOOKS (BK) opens.|
|02:40||This shows tags from 1 to 20 of 342 tags.|
|02:48||However, you may see more number of tags on your screen.|
|02:53|| Note that there are a total of 342 default tags.
I will select only a few tags for Books.
You may choose tags as per your requirement.
|03:08||Notice here that there are options to Edit or Delete a tag.|
|03:14||I will demonstrate how to Delete.|
|03:17||I will choose the tag number 010- Library of Congress Control Number.|
|03:25|| Upon clicking the Delete tab at the extreme right side, a pop-up window appears asking-
“Confirm deletion of tag '010'?”
|03:40||Click on Yes, delete this tag.|
|03:44||Another window appears with the message ‘Tag deleted’. Click Ok.|
|03:51||The same page MARC Framework for Books (BK) appears again.|
|03:56||On this page, ‘Tag’ number 010 will no longer be shown.|
|04:03||Similarly, delete any other tags which may not be relevant to a particular item type.|
|04:11||To edit the tags, go to Actions and choose the Edit option.|
|04:17||I will go for tag number 000, Leader.|
|04:24||Then click on Edit.|
|04:27|| The following fields are filled by default, by Koha itself-
Label for lib: , Label for opac:.
|04:38||Note that: The 'Label for lib' will show up in the staff client.
The 'Label for OPAC' will show up on the MARC view, in the OPAC.
|04:50||As per your requirement, check the check-box for Repeatable:|
|04:56||Koha will, by default, check the check-box for Mandatory.|
|05:02||I will check the check-box for Repeatable:.|
|05:06||Note that if you click Repeatable' then the field will have a plus sign next to it, in Cataloging.|
|05:16||This is basically required for more than 3 authors or editors, allowing you to add many more details of the same tag.|
|05:27||If 'Mandatory' is clicked or auto-selected by Koha then the record will not be allowed to save, unless you allocate a value to this particular tag.|
|05:43||Let’s go back to the Koha interface.|
|05:46||After filling in all the details, click on Save changes.|
|05:52||In the new page that opens up, note that for tag number 000, Leader: Repeatable and Mandatory will appear as Yes.|
|06:05||Next, let us learn how to enable Authority file.|
|06:10||Go to Koha Administration.|
|06:13||And click on Global system preferences.|
|06:18||Acquisitions preferences page opens.|
|06:23||From the list of tabs on the left side, click on Authorities.|
|06:30||Under the section General, start changing the Value of Preference as follows:|
|06:37||For AuthDisplayHierarchy, select Display from the drop-down.|
|06:44||For AutoCreateAuthorities, select generate.|
|06:50|| For BiblioAddsAuthorities, select allow.
For dontmerge, select Do.
|07:01||Leave-MARCAuthorityControlField008 and UNIMARCAuthorityField100 as it is.|
|07:11||For UseAuthoritiesForTracings, Koha, by default, selects Use.|
|07:19||Under the section Linker, default values should be retained for- CatalogModuleRelink,|
|07:33||LinkerOptions and LinkerRelink.|
|07:38||Now, click on Save all Authorities preferences.|
|07:43||You may now log out from the Superlibrarian account of Koha.|
|07:48||To do so, go to the top right corner.|
|07:52||Click on Spoken Tutorial Library and from the drop-down, select Log out.|
|07:59||This completes all the setup required for MARC Framework.|
|08:04||Let us summarize. In this tutorial, we learnt to create a MARC Framework in Koha.|
|08:13||As an assignment- Create a new MARC Framework for Serials.|
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|08:54||This is Bella Tony from IIT Bombay , signing off. Thank you for joining.|