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First Piece Check
MCS Check In
Check In Tips
Series Checks in Voyager
Vendor Reports for Serials
Periodical Check In
- Check to see if the title in hand already has a component/pattern:
Do a title search using the Serials Check-in icon If your title
is not in the browse list or does not come up, it probably does not
have a component/pattern.
OR, You can also check for a component/pattern from the purchase order
by clicking on Line Item Menu>Display>Component.
If there is already a component/pattern attached, a plus sign "+"
will appear to the far left of the line item in the purchase order.
If not, follow the procedure Attaching
- Check in the issue(s):
SAMPLES FOR LABEL PLACEMENT
LABEL PRINTER SETUP
- Using the Serials Check-in icon, search for the component and select
the correct title from the Browse list by clicking on it; this will
bring up the check-in record for that particular copy of that particular
- Review the pattern queue to make sure that the piece in hand is
in the queue and matches the pattern.
- Click on the correct issue from the queue to highlight it for check
Click on the Accept button to check in the piece; this will bring up another
window with a "tree structure" display; click in the box at
the Copy level which will fill the upper 2 boxes of the tree structure;
then click on the Receive button, which activates the "Continue"
button; click on that to finish the receipt.
- In the next window, check the prediction for the next expected issue
and fix it if the prediction is off. Then click on the Continue button,
which puts you back at the original check in screen.
- Check your work: click on the History button to look at the summary
of receipt transactions, make sure everything looks good and is correct.
- To find "Current Issues In" information, click on the Holdings
button in the upper right hand corner of the History screen; click on
the MARC button from the Link to Holdings window; this will bring up
the MFHD in cataloging for this particular copy where current issues
information is displayed. You can also find this information by checking
your work in the OPAC display.
- Label the issue according to unit standards. Count and sort.
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