1. Bibliographic Classification

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    from Jason W. Dean / Added

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    A presentation about classification systems I created for my IST 604 Cataloging course at Syracuse University. In this presentation, I examine the classification numbers for five books, and discuss the differences between the Library of Congress and Dewey Decimal Classification schemes.

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    • Library of Congress Call Numbers

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      • How to figure out Library of Congress Classification at the University of Michigan-Flint

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        This video will explain how Library of Congress Classification works in order to aid you when locating books within The Thompson Library. For more information on Library of Congress Classification, visit http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/lcco/

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        • BISAC (PART 1 of 2): A New Way to Organize with the Patron in Mind

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          from Massachusetts Library System / Added

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          Instructor: Deb Hoadley, Advisor, MLS. Originally Recorded: June 2012

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          • BISAC (PART 2 of 2): A New Way to Organize with the Patron in Mind

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            Instructor: Deb Hoadley, Advisor, MLS. Originally Recorded: June 2012

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