Michael Borries posted:

>501 is for use for separate bibliographical works bound together,
>either by the publisher or the library. 

We prefer to use exact notes rather than lump everything in 500.  This
both frees us from determining note order and speeds finding a
specific note.  We use 501 for DVD special features, for example.

In the recent book with inclusions, a 505 would need to include the
book as well as the inclusions.  If only moving the 300$e to a note,
it should be 501 unless the book itself is added.

MARC was made for us, not us for MARC.

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