- Consult the blog and copy the typographical error featured for that day.In your local catalog, search to see if records are retrieved using that character string as key.Investigate whether any bibliographic records retrieved actually have the typographical error in the source. For instance, records having typos followed by [sic] or [i.e. plus the corrected form] should NOT be adjusted. If not, proceed to step 7.If such indications are not present, use judgment to determine whether consultation of the bibliographic item is necessary, or whether you will edit the record to correct the typo without viewing the source.If you determine that the source contains the typo, add the notation [sic] or add the corrected form using [i.e.].If you determine that the source does not contain the typo, edit the bibliographic record to correct it.Congratulate yourself and your colleagues for helping to maintain your database at a high quality level!