Single record approach = Represent the electronic resource by noting the existence of the electronic version on the bibliographic record for the print version.
Multiple record approach = Represent the electronic resource
by a separate bibliographic record.
|Type of Electronic Resource||Policy||Examples|
|Serials and Periodicals||Use the multiple record approach.||Cell biology international, Econometrica|
|Integrating resources||Use the multiple record approach.||Grove dictionary of art, Philosopher’s index, Historical abstracts|
|Books||Use the multiple record approach.|
|Accompanying electronic resources (CD-ROMs, Diskettes)||Use the single record approach.||CQ’s politics in America, Barrons’s profiles of American colleges, Table of isotopes|
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