The MARC view is another way of looking at a record and displays the record with MARC (MAchine-Readable Cataloguing Record) field tags. Each of these fields contains information relevant to your chosen record, for example there is a field for title and a field for author. The term on which you searched is highlighted in bold and red.
To look at the record in MARC view, you will need to firstly view the record in Full view. Once the Full view of the record is displayed, you will need to click on the MARC view link which is situated at the top of the screen.
From the MARC view of a single record, you can save, download, email and print the bibliographic information for that particular record, as well as edit holdings, check copyright status and cite the record.
If you wish to print, email, download and save multiple records, select the check boxes on the brief results' page and click on the print, email, download and save options at the top of the screen.
Get this Item provides you options to assist you to obtain an item, either by borrowing it from your library, from another library or by getting a copy of it from a library or library supplier.
To access automatically generated citations click on the “Cite This” link.
To find out more about any of the libraries who hold item select the ALG info link and you will be taken to that library ’ s entry in the Australian Libraries Gateway (ALG) database or the ILRS to be taken to their details in the Australian Interlibrary Resource Sharing Directory (ILRS).
To access the library’s catalogue select the library name in the holdings table.
To navigate to other records by using the arrow buttons in the top right hand corner.