An Organization with revenue under $10 Million  pays an annual fee of $195
An Organization with revenue of $10 Million or higher pays an annual fee of
$395

Crosswalks to LCSH get us into the cost for LCSH+NAF. I haven¹t verified
that, but since LCSF/NAF are gov.docs they are not copy righted within the
US. That is, they can be shared by a consortium. More, soon.

Ya¹aqov Ziso, Bibliographic Systems Librarian, Rowan University 856 256 4804






On 1/21/09 12:40 PM, "Roy Tennant" <tenna...@oclc.org> wrote:

> The BISG licenses BISAC to institutions that want to incorporate the
> terminology into their "internal systems"[1]. I'm not sure what this means
> for API access. But an email to the BISG seems the minimum of due diligence.
> Roy
> 
> [1] http://www.bisg.org/standards/bisac_subject/license.html
> 
> On 1/21/09 1/21/09 € 9:12 AM, "Ryan Eby" <ryan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
>> > I was wondering if anyone knows of a good BISAC Subject Headings
>> > source for looking up a recommended BISAC based on ISBN, LCSH, etc.
>> > I've found some pages on oclc.org saying they were starting work on
>> > crosswalks and possibly including them in WorldCat but I haven't seen
>> > any returned in any WorldCat api calls yet. I've also read that ONIX
>> > records often have a BISAC code, is there a good source that might
>> > cover many publishers?
>> > 
>> > http://www.bisg.org/standards/bisac_subject/index.html
>> > 
>> > http://www.oclc.org/dewey/updates/numbers/
>> > 
>> > eby
>> > 

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