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Access Points Access to bibliographic records is provided through access points. Access points are specific pieces of information, such as author , title , or subject (subject headings). This standard information is common to all bibliographic records and is used to locate records or additional information. The author is the person(s) or corporate body responsible for the intellectual content of the item. It is the person or body that is responsible for creating the item. This means that editors, corporations, government agencies, or meetings can also be considered authors. Some items have more than one author. If you know any author of the item you need, you would use that as your access point. The author's name does not need to be capitalized, nor the first and last names typed in any specific order. Examples : Michael Crichton Arctic Science Conference The title is the identifying name of the intellectual work (book, play, journal, article, video, audio recording, etc.). Some items may have more than one title. You may use
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