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SrTp:  Type of Continuing Resource


CNR: 008/21; 006/04

Input Standards

CNR: Mandatory. One-character code. Default:  blank character 


CNR, 006 

The type of continuing resource.


blank character  None of the following. The type of continuing resource is not specified by one of the other codes. Annual reports, yearbooks, and updating electronic documents are in this category.
SrTp     blank character
245 1
Annual report of the National Parliament Office
d  Updating database. A collection of logically interrelated data stored together in one or more computerized files, usually created and managed by a database management system.
SrTp     d
245 EPO worldwide patent statistical database
l  Updating loose-leaf. A bibliographic resource that consists of a base volume(s) updated by separate pages which are inserted, removed and/or substituted.
SrTp     l
245 Corporate counsel's guide to copyright law
m  Monographic series. A group of analyzable items (i.e., each piece has a distinctive title) that are related to one another by a collective title. The individual items may or may not be numbered. Use for any title that is a series, regardless of its treatment.
SrTp     m
245 Boulder County nature series
n  Newspaper. A serial publication that is mainly designed to be a primary source of written information on current events connected with public affairs, either local, national and/or international in scope. It contains a broad range of news on all subjects and activities and is not limited to any specific subject matter.
SrTp     n
245 4
The New York times
p  Periodical. A serial publication that contains separate articles, stories, other writings, etc., and is published or distributed generally more frequently than annual.
SrTp     p
245 4
The national geographic magazine
w  Updating Web site. A Web site that is updated, but does not fit into one of the other codes, such as database, newspaper or periodical.
SrTp     w
245 LA daily news

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