ONIX-Codelisten Issue 44

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Liste Code Bezeichnung Add Mod ?
29 Audience code type
Used with <AudienceCodeType> <b204>
29 01 ONIX audience codes
Using a code from List 28
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29 02 Proprietary
As specified in <AudienceCodeTypeName>
29 03 MPAA rating
Motion Picture Association of America rating applied to movies
29 04 BBFC rating
British Board of Film Classification rating applied to movies
29 05 FSK rating
German FSK (Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle der Filmwirtschaft) rating applied to movies
1
29 06 BTLF audience code
French Canadian audience code list, used by BTLF for Memento
4
29 07 Electre audience code
Audience code used by Electre (France)
4
29 08 ANELE Tipo
Spain: educational audience and material type code of the Asociación Nacional de Editores de Libros y Material de Enseñanza
5
29 09 AVI
Code list used to specify reading levels for children’s books, used in Flanders, and formerly in the Netherlands – see also code 18
7 11
29 10 USK rating
German USK (Unterhaltungssoftware Selbstkontrolle) rating applied to video or computer games
7
29 11 AWS
Audience code used in Flanders
8
29 12 Schulform
Type of school: codelist maintained by VdS Bildungsmedien eV, the German association of educational media publishers. See http://www.bildungsmedien.de/service/onixlisten/schulform_onix_codelist29_value12_0408.pdf
8
29 13 Bundesland
School region: codelist maintained by VdS Bildungsmedien eV, the German association of educational media publishers, indicating where products are licensed to be used in schools. See http://www.bildungsmedien.de/service/onixlisten/bundesland_onix_codelist29_value13_0408.pdf
8
29 14 Ausbildungsberuf
Occupation: codelist for vocational training materials, maintained by VdS Bildungsmedien eV, the German association of educational media publishers. See http://www.bildungsmedien.de/service/onixlisten/ausbildungsberufe_onix_codelist29_value14_0408.pdf
8
29 15 Suomalainen kouluasteluokitus
Finnish school or college level
8
29 16 CBG age guidance
UK Publishers Association, Children’s Book Group, coded indication of intended reader age, carried on book covers
8
29 17 Nielsen Book audience code
Audience code used in Nielsen Book Services
11
29 18 AVI (revised)
Code list used to specify reading levels for children’s books, used in the Netherlands – see also code 09
11
29 19 Lexile measure
Lexile measure (the Lexile measure in <AudienceCodeValue> may optionally be prefixed by the Lexile code). Examples might be ‘880L’, ‘AD0L’ or ‘HL600L’. Deprecated – use <Complexity> instead
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29 20 Fry Readability score
Fry readability metric based on number of sentences and syllables per 100 words. Expressed as a number from 1 to 15 in <AudienceCodeValue>. Deprecated – use <Complexity> instead
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29 21 Japanese Children’s audience code
Children’s audience code (対象読者), two-digit encoding of intended target readership from 0–2 years up to High School level
18
29 22 ONIX Adult audience rating
Publisher’s rating indicating suitability for an particular adult audience, using a code from List 203
18
29 23 Common European Framework of Reference for Language Learning (CEFR)
Codes A1 to C2 indicating standardised level of language learning or teaching material, from beginner to advanced, defined by the Council of Europe (see http://www.coe.int/lang- CEFR)
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29 24 Korean Publication Ethics Commission rating
Rating used in Korea to control selling of books and e-books to minors. Current values are 0 (suitable for all) and 19 (only for sale to ages 19+). See http://www.kpec.or.kr/english/
21
29 25 IoE Book Band
UK Institute of Education Book Bands for Guided Reading scheme (see http://www.ioe.ac.uk/research/4664.html). <AudienceCodeValue> is a color, eg ‘Pink A’ or ‘Copper’. Deprecated – use <Complexity> instead
23
29 26 FSK Lehr-/Infoprogramm
Used for German videos/DVDs with educational or informative content; value for <AudienceCodeValue> must be either ‘Infoprogramm gemäß § 14 JuSchG’ or ‘Lehrprogramm gemäß § 14 JuSchG’
23
29 27 Intended audience language
Where this is different from the language of the text of the book recorded in <Language>. <AudienceCodeValue> should be a value from List 74
25
29 28 PEGI rating
Pan European Game Information rating used primarily for video games
25
29 29 Gymnasieprogram
Code indicating the intended curriculum (eg Naturvetenskapsprogrammet, Estetica programmet) in Swedish higher secondary education
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