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ISBN Numbers


The ISBN is the International Standard Book Number which is an internationally agreed upon standard number that identifies an item uniquely. Publishers started using ISBNs in 1968 and it was ten digits in length. In January 2007 the book industry started using a thirteen digit ISBN. Library Resources will continue to keep the ten digit number in the MARC record and add the thirteen digit number as soon as possible to all records in ASD OPAC.

Example
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001

 

ocm47352907

003

 

OCoLC

005

 

20010910121307.0

010

 

00109987

040

 

ZWA|cZWA|dBKL|dXY4

020

 

0064472973 (pbk.) :|c$4.99

020

 

9780064472975 (pbk.) :|c$4.99

049

 

XY4A

100

1

Bird, Isobel.

245

10

Blue moon /|cIsobel Bird.

250

 

1st Avon ed.

260

 

New York :|bAvon Press,|cc2001.

300

 

235 p. ;|c18 cm.

440

0

Circle of three ; 07


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