Definition: a non-serial publication that is complete in one volume or a designated finite number of volumes. In physical form a book is a collection of sheets of paper, parchment or other material bound together along one edge within covers. Books are often identified with an ISBN.

Source of term: Eprints

Source of definition: Eprints

UF Monograph

Notes: Select book for any book or monograph that does not fit any of the other document types. If the book is accompanied by a DVD or CDROM enter as a book type.

Examples: authored book, edited book, manual, monograph, handbook, manual, dictionary, multi-volume work, conference proceedings

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