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  1. The Library of Congress CIP E-book Metadata PilotALCTS CaMMS Copy Cataloging Interest GroupALA 2012 Midwinter MeetingJanuary 21, 2012 Karl E. Debus-López Chief, U.S. General Division Acting Chief, U.S. and Publisher Liaison Division Library of Congress kdeb@loc.gov

  2. CIP Data for E-books • Service to libraries • Service to publishers • Records for print books used to create records for e-books

  3. Record Creation • Provider-Neutral E-Monograph MARC Record Guide • Record based on info from original publisher • E-book CIP data application form • Works with e-book record program • Program adds variable and standard data elements to identify item as an e-book

  4. Complete Print Application

  5. Return to Main Menu

  6. Select Title

  7. E-book Application

  8. Traffic Manager/Record Creation • Unique LCCN assigned to the e-book application • Program within the Traffic Manager collects LCCNs and data elements • Sent outside the Traffic Manager to the record creation program • Record creation program accesses catalog record for print version of title • Adds data elements for e-book • Standard data elements, such as [electronic resource] in title field • Variable data fields, such as ISBNs for the e-book • Adds LCCN assigned by the Traffic Manager

  9. Print version record

  10. E-book version record, pt. 1

  11. E-book version record, pt. 2

  12. CIP Data for e-books

  13. MARC Records in the Pilot • Review records during pilot phase • Send CIP data to publishers via email • Distribute records to OCLC and other MARC customers • Suppress from the LC OPAC

  14. Pilot Participants • University Press of Mississippi • Wiley-Blackwell • Jossey-Bass • RAND Corporation

  15. Publisher Requirements • Simultaneous publication of print and e-books • Must apply first for CIP data for print • Must submit a complimentary copy of the e-book to the Library • Best edition • No digital rights management

  16. E-books Pilot Launch • Participating publishers agree to requirements • Access to e-book application provided to participants on Oct. 11, 2011

  17. Next Steps • Monitor pilot through March 30th, 2012 • Evaluate/Assess findings of pilot—April 2012 • If successful, move pilot into production—May 2012 • Announce to community/solicit more publishers to join • Continue to work with LC staff and publishers on ways to ingest, store, and make available CIP e-book copy to internal users at LC

  18. Thank you