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- Nov 29 Thu 2007 23:03
The library reclassification has been completed
What this means to you:
While the majority of the collection is now in Library of Congress order, not every single book has received a new LC call number yet. For about a year or so, we will have books filed in both Dewey and LC order, in two separate locations. Over the course of the next year, we expect to recatalog all existing Dewey books into LC numbers. Book records in TomCat will reflect whatever the current call number of each book is (i.e. we'll be changing the records in TomCat as we recatalog each book). Please ask at a librarian if you have any questions and/or can't find what you're looking for.
- Nov 29 Thu 2007 21:49
Carnegie Mellon Libraries - Dewey to LC Reclassification Project
News from the Project updated 11/19/07
- Library of Congress (LC) call numbers now appear in the library catalog for most books except Dewey 700s (HL 4 arts collection).
- Arts books will remain in Dewey order until summer 2008.
Engineering and Science Library
- The E&S collection (STACKS, etc.) is labeled and shelved in LC order.
- Some books are shelved separately (in Dewey order) until their LC numbers are assigned.
- Nov 29 Thu 2007 18:45
|Re-classification of Library Materials|
To enable the English and Chinese materials of the same subjects to be shelved together for facilitating our users’ browsing and retrieval of library materials, the Lingnan University Library has embarked on a 3-year project to migrate its entire collection of 500,000 plus items to the Library of Congress Classification Scheme.
- Nov 28 Wed 2007 23:49
UEA - Reclassification Project-
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Contact: Nicholas Lewis, Head of Library Collections firstname.lastname@example.org
Library of Congress Classification Scheme A-Z
Links to the online version of the Outline Library of Congress Classification Scheme.
UEA Old Classification Scheme vs. Library of Congress Classification Scheme
A mapping document to help with browsing to show where to look for new items.
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|As the Library of Congress (LC) collection, on the 4th floor of the Main Library, has been expanding more rapidly, due to the Reclassification Project, ...
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