ONIX-Codelisten Issue 46

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Liste Code Bezeichnung Add Mod ?
21 Edition type
Used with <EditionType> <x419>
21 ABR Abridged edition
Content has been shortened: use for abridged, shortened, concise, condensed
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21 ACT Acting edition
Version of a play or script intended for use of those directly involved in a production, usually including full stage directions in addition to the text of the script
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21 ADP Adapted edition
Content has been adapted to serve a different purpose or audience, or from one medium to another: use for dramatization, novelization etc. Use <EditionStatement> to describe the exact nature of the adaptation
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21 ALT Alternate
Do not use. This code is now DEPRECATED, but is retained in the list for reasons of backwards compatibility
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21 ANN Annotated edition
Content is augmented by the addition of notes
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21 BLL Bilingual edition
Both languages should be specified in the <Language> group. Use MLL for an edition in more than two languages
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21 BLP Bilingual ‘facing page’ edition
Use only where the two languages are presented in parallel on facing pages, or in parallel columns of text on a single page (otherwise use BLL). Both languages should be specified in the <Language> group
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21 BRL Braille edition
Braille edition
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21 CMB Combined volume
An edition in which two or more works also published separately are combined in a single volume; AKA ‘omnibus’ edition
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21 CRI Critical edition
Content includes critical commentary on the text
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21 CSP Coursepack
Content was compiled for a specified educational course
21 DGO Digital original
A digital product that, at the time of publication, has or had no print counterpart and that is or was not expected to have a print counterpart for a reasonable time (recommended at least 30 days following publication)
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21 ENH Enhanced edition
Use for e-publications that have been enhanced with additional text, speech, other audio, video, interactive or other content
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21 ENL Enlarged edition
Content has been enlarged or expanded from that of a previous edition
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21 EXP Expurgated edition
‘Offensive’ content has been removed
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21 FAC Facsimile edition
Exact reproduction of the content and format of a previous edition
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21 FST Festschrift
A collection of writings published in honor of a person, an institution or a society
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21 HRE High readability edition
Edition optimised for high readability, typically featuring colored or tinted page backgrounds to reduce contrast, extra letter, word and line spacing to reduce crowding and isolate individual words, simplified page layouts and an open, sans serif font (or occasionally, an unusual font design) intended to aid readability. Sometimes labelled ‘dyslexia-friendly’. See also code SMP if the test itself is simplified, and codes LTE or ULP if the type size is significantly larger than normal. For use in ONIX 3.0 only
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21 ILL Illustrated edition
Content includes extensive illustrations which are not part of other editions
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21 INT International edition
A product aimed specifically at markets other than the country of original publication, usually titled as an ‘International edition’ and with specification and/or content changes
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21 LTE Large type / large print edition
Large print edition, print sizes 14 to 19pt – see also ULP
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21 MCP Microprint edition
A printed edition in a type size too small to be read without a magnifying glass
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21 MDT Media tie-in
An edition published to coincide with the release of a film, TV program, or electronic game based on the same work. Use <EditionStatement> to describe the exact nature of the tie-in
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21 MLL Multilingual edition
All languages should be specified in the ‘Language’ group. Use BLL for a bilingual edition
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21 NED New edition
Where no other information is given, or no other coded type or edition numbering is applicable
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21 NUM Edition with numbered copies
A limited edition in which each copy is individually numbered, and the actual number of copies is strictly limited. Use <EditionStatement> to give details of the number of copies printed
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21 PRB Prebound edition
In the US, a book that was previously bound, normally as a paperback, and has been rebound with a library-quality hardcover binding by a supplier other than the original publisher. See also the <Publisher> and <RelatedProduct> composites for other aspects of the treatment of prebound editions in ONIX
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21 REV Revised edition
Content has been revised from that of a previous edition (often used when there has been no corresponding increment in the edition number, or no edition numbering is available)
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21 SCH School edition
An edition intended specifically for use in schools
21 SIG Signed edition
Individually autographed by the author(s)
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21 SMP Simplified language edition
An edition that uses simplified language (Finnish ‘Selkokirja’)
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21 SPE Special edition
Use for anniversary, collectors’, de luxe, gift, limited (but prefer codes NUM or UNN as appropriate), autographed (but prefer code SIG as appropriate) edition. Use <EditionStatement> to describe the exact nature of the special edition
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21 STU Student edition
Where a text is available in both student and teacher’s editions
21 TCH Teacher’s edition
Where a text is available in both student and teacher’s editions; use also for instructor’s or leader’s editions, and for editions intended exclusively for educators where no specific student edition is available
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21 UBR Unabridged edition
Where a title has also been published in an abridged edition; also for audiobooks, regardless of whether an abridged audio version also exists
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21 ULP Ultra large print edition
For print sizes 20pt and above, and with typefaces designed for the visually impaired – see also LTE
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21 UNN Edition with unnumbered copies
A limited edition in which each copy is not individually numbered – but where the actual number of copies is strictly limited. Use <EditionStatement> to give details of the number of copies printed
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21 UXP Unexpurgated edition
Content previously considered ‘offensive’ has been restored
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21 VAR Variorum edition
Content includes notes by various commentators, and/or includes and compares several variant texts of the same work
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