Adapting a copy of the original cataloging produced by another library. For example, downloading and editing records from a bibliographic utility like OCLC, adapting them for use within a local OPAC.
Preparation of a bibliographic record by using or adapting one already prepared by someone else. Cutter number: The second part of a call number that arranges items within the same classification number in alphabetical order by main entry.
Using and modifying an existing bibliographic record for local use. OCLC creates and stores an archive record of the modifications at OCLC. PromptCat performs modifications automatically based on an institution's PromptCat Profile.