This policy specifies how institutions can provide access to finding aids through bibliographic records.
This policy sets out the overarching principles regarding working in the Network Zone that Alliance members must understand.
This policy specifies how records in the Network Zone (NZ) should be suppressed in different situations.
Catalogers must retain all MARC fields in OCLC records when exporting from Connexion with the exception of the 029 field, which must be deleted.
This document describes policy and methods for overlaying individual bibliographic records in Alma with records exported from OCLC Connexion client or brought into the Network Zone (NZ) from daily OCLC loads.
This policy is about the use of Numeric Character References (NCRs) in MARC cataloging records.
ndicating inventory (holdings, items, and portfolios) in Alma’s Network Zone for materials both ordered and cataloged will avoid unnecessary duplication, allow member libraries to make acquisitions decisions based on the most current and accurate data, and support increased collaborative technical services and cooperative collection development between Alliance libraries.
This policy specifies the process for loading bibliographic records from vendors that do not supply OCLC control numbers (OCNs).
These guidelines clarify what can be edited by NACO/SACO institutions and non-NACO/SACO institutions.
This policy ensures operators working in an Institution Zone do not delete Network Zone records that appear bare, but in fact may be linked to bound-with titles in a local IZ.