Once you have imported a record from OCLC and added your item information.  Is there anything else you need to do?  YES, not all records in OCLC are complete so catalogers need to review and add information as needed.
Notes
below
Tag
or Field
Indicators
Subfields
000
cam 3
1
001
854612532
008
130729s2014    xx            000 0 eng d
040
YDXCP $c YDXCP $d BTCTA $d BDX $d JBL
019
854610875
2
020
045141411X
2
020
9780451414113
050
14
PS3553.O225 $b S58 2014
082
04
813/.54 $2 23
 3
100
1
Coben, Harlan
3
245
10
Six years $h [paperback] : $b a novel / $c by Harlan Coben.
4
246
6 years
 5
260/4
New York City : $b Penguin Books, $c 2014
6
300
p. $c cm.
7
490
All these years $v six
8
520
Summary of book
 9
650
0
College teachers $v Fiction.
650
0
Missing persons $v Fiction.
650
0
Unrequited love $v Fiction.
10
700
Doe, John $e illustrator.
7
800
Coben, Harlan $t All these years $v six
938
YBP Library Services $b YANK $n 10886052
938
Baker and Taylor $b BTCP $n BK0013659018
938
Brodart $b BROD $n 105781991
Here are the very minimum things to be review in copy cataloging:
  1. Field 001 is the OCLC number assigned to the record. If you remove other ISBNs (see note 2) or make significant changes to the record, always remove the 001 field.
  2. Field 020 are the ISBN numbers, some OCLC catalogers include ISBN for all formats on one record.  However, ALS only wants the ISBN’s for one format on a record.  So after an item is imported always immediately delete any other ISBN’s and the 001 field.
  3. Verify it is the correct author in both the 100 field and the 245C. The 100 is the official form of the author’s name and the 245C will be shown as it is on the Title Page of the book.Field 245 information should match the Title page and then add the appropriate GMD. The order of information and the punctuation most commonly seen is shown above. For a list of GMD terms and instructions for using the F12 to insert the terms go to: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TBQ9-t4LGA3iQ9tuMHem7pZLfz2y5FIgSciW6fooeBo/edit?usp=sharing
  4. Field 246 should be used if an alternate form of the title is needed.  In this case the patron may search by the number 6 rather than the written word six so both forms are the title are needed.
  5. Field 260 or 264 should indicate the place of publication(a), name of publisher(b), and date of publication(c).
  6. Field 300 is the physical description of the item.  OCLC allows vendors to add records for items before they are published which is why some records do not have complete 300 fields.  It is the catalogers responsibility to add the appropriate page, size and other physical details ($b –illustrations, etc..)
  7. Field 490 and 800/830 provide information about series.  Since the 490 is not always searchable make sure there is also a field 800 or 830.
  8. Field 520, 505, and other fields help the patron learn more about the item (Summary-520, table of contents-505, etc.)
  9. Are there adequate subject headings? (6xx)
    Juvenile Subject Headings must be modified to display in the examples below with the capitalization and punctuation as shown

    1. Use this:          650 _0 $a Cars $v Juvenile fiction.
      Not this:          650 _1 $a Cars $v Fiction.
  10. Are there adequate added name entries, if needed (7xx) for other people responsible for creating the item illustrators, narrators, etc…