At the same time, mechanisms to extract all these records from the ANBD into a Music Australia resource database were established by using selection criteria that would automatically identify in-scope records through fields and terms in the MARC records.
We initially populated this with ANBD authority records, thus forming a skeleton names database for Australian music.
Currently we are loading these destra records directly into the two Music Australia databases, but the longer term view is to load these records into Music Australia via the ANBD and People Australia, enabling data sharing across the library sector.
Not one of these serial titles has music as a subject heading in the ANBD, meaning that they are not included in the music serials statistics.
Publications like this one, produced only in online format, may be archived in PANDORA if we become aware of their existence, but in many cases they will not be and so do not appear in the ANBD.
To date, only a small proportion of these e-repository articles can be found in the ANBD, partly because to date ARROW remains as separate aggregator and partly because at present the ANBD does not support article level data and discovery.