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ISO 3297:2017 download.Information and documentation International standard serial number ( ISSN ).
The need for a brief, unique and unambiguous identification code for serials and other continuing resources is internationally recognized. The exchange of information among libraries, abstracting services and other content users, suppliers, distributors and other intermediaries, and publishers and other content producers imposes the requirement for a standard code. Communication between the different organizations transcends national boundaries and therefore requires an international code which is numeric, since no single alphabet is used by the majority of producers and users of serials. In response to these requirements, the International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) was established as the identification code for serials.
The International Serials Data System (ISDS) was established as an inter-governmental organization within the framework of the UNESCO/UN ISIST program to be the designated authority for controlling the assignment of ISSN. In 1993, the ISDS became the ISSN Network.
The first three editions of this International Standard pertained only to serials. However, in 2002 a new category of resources, “continuing resources”, was defined by the library community to encompass new kinds of resources, such as updating databases, as well as traditional serials. The scope of the fourth edition was broadened to cover serials and other continuing resources.
ISO 3297 defines and promotes the use of a standard code (ISSN) for the unique identification of serials and other continuing resources.
Each International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) is a unique identifier for a specific serial or other continuing resource in a defined medium. ISO 3297 also describes a mechanism, the “linking ISSN (ISSN-L)”, that provides for collocation or linking among the different media versions of the same continuing resource.
ISSN are applicable to serials and to other continuing resources, whether past, present or to be published or produced in the foreseeable future, whatever the medium of publication or production.
Individual monographs, sound and video recordings, printed music publications, audiovisual works and musical works have their own numbering systems and are not specifically mentioned in ISO 3297. Such items may carry an ISSN in addition to their own standard numbers when they are part of a continuing resource.
More detailed operational guidance is provided in the ISSN Manual available from the Registration Authority for this document (see Clause 11).
continuing resource issued in a succession of discrete issues or parts, usually bearing numbering, that has no predetermined conclusion
EXAMPLE lournals, nagazines, electronic ournals. ongoing directories, annual reports, newspapers. inonographic series, and also those journals, magazines and newsletters or limited duration that otherwise bear all the characteristics of serials (e.g newsletter of an event).
Note ito entry: The French term is publicario., en srle.
ongoing Integrating resource
continuing resource that is added to or changed by means of updates that do not remain discrete and are integrated Into the whole
EXAMPLE Databases, Websites and loose-leafs that are updated over time with no predetermined conclusion.
Note I to entry: The French term Is ressource intEpratr*e permanents.
InternatIonal Standard Serial Number
eight digit number, Including a check digit and preceded by the alphabetic prefix ISSN, assigned to a continuing resource by the ISSN Network
Note I to entry: The French term Is ISN, numErt internutpon& normalize des pubbcat4ons en serie,
ISSN Network
collective entity comprised of the ISSN International Centre and the ISSN national and regional centres. for the purpose of administering the assignment of ISSN
Note Ito entry: The French term Is Reseau de I’ISSPJ.
key title
unique name (or a continuing resource, established by the ISSN Network and inseparably linked with its ISSN
Note I to entry: The key title can be the same as the title of the resource; or, in order to achieve uniqueness. it can be constructed by the addition of Identifying and/or qualifying elements such as name of Issuing body, place of publication, edition statement. etc.
Note 2 to entry The French term is Litre dE.
ISSN metadata
descriptive data recorded as part of the ISSN assignment process that provides elements by which the resource is identifIed and distinguished from other resources
Note Ito entry: The French tennis mEtadonnEes de rJssN.
ISSN Register
official registration database of the ISSN Network containing metadata records for the ISSN assigned to continuing resources
Note Ito entry: The French term is Registre de I’ISSIV.
6 Establishment of the key title
The key title is established or authenticated by the ISSN centre responsible for the registration of the continuing resource, In accorda rice with the rules given in the ISSN Manual.
The key title is derived From information appearing at the time of registration on the title page of resources having a title page or title page equivalent, or from the most complete information formally presented on resources bcking a title page. The title of the resource becomes the key title if this title is unique in the ISSN Register at the time of registration. IF this title is not unique, the key title is the title of the resource, to which a quali lying term is added (such as name of issuing body, place and/or date of publication, edition statement or medium statement), in order to make the resulting key title unique.
All key titles are listed in the ISSN Register together with their ISSN. Key titles in non-roman alphabets shall be romanized according to ISO standards or. in the absence of ISO standards, national standards.
7 Linking ISSN (ISSN-L)
To enable the use of ISSN in cases where finding or linking to a continuing resource without regard to medium is desired, the ISSN Network shall designate a linking ISSN.
The linking ISSN shall be designated from among the ISSN assigned to the different media versions of a continuing resource. Further specifications regarding the linking ISSN are given in Annex.C.
8 Printing and display of ISSN
8.1 General
The ISSN shall be presented as two groups of four digits separated by a hyphen and shall always be preceded by the prefix ISSN and a space (see also Clause 3).
The ISSN shall be displayed in a prominent position on or in the first issue and on or in each subsequent issue of seriaIs or on or In each iteration of ongoing Integrating resources.
If a resource bears an ISSN as well as another standard number, such as an ISBN for a volume of a series, the two numbers shall appear together and each number shall be identified by its own prefix: ISSN” and “ISBN” or another appropriate prefix.
When a single continuing resource bears more tha none ISSN in relation to different continuing resource titles. for example the titles of a main series and Its subseries, each ISSN shall appear on the continuing resource and each shall be distinguished by either adding the full or abbreviated title in parentheses after the relevant number, or by printing each ISSN as close as possible to the relevant title.
When a continuing resource contains another continuing resource as an insert with a separate title page, the ISSN for the insert shall be printed on its title page, or in some other appropriate place on the insert.
When serials or other continuing resources are produced in different media for which different ISSN and key titles are assigned, the related ISSN may also be displayed on or in the serials or other continuing resources, each with additional, distinguishing information.
ISSN 1562-6865 (Online)
ISSN 1063-7710 (Print)
Online version: ISSN 1562-6865
Print version: ISSN 1063-7710.

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