Answered By: Vincent Ong Last Updated: May 26, 2016 Views: 182
Our Library uses the Library of Congress classification for the Call #.
Call # is printed on the spine or front page of the library item.
Library items are arranged in ascending order of the Call # in the respective sections.
Purpose of the Call #:
- To enable users to easily locate the item on shelf
- To group library items by subject
|Examples of ascending order|
|HC29 INT 2002||comes before the below because 'C' before 'D'|
|HD28 ADV||comes before the below because '0' (i.e. 28 = 28.0) comes before '1'|
|HD28.15 KEL||comes before the below because '1' comes before '6'|
|HD28.6 ETM 1993||-|
|Examples of subject classification|
|P||Language & Literature|
The above is a screen capture of a catalogue record
Location reflects "Reserves" which means Course Reserve
Status reflects "Available" which means it is not borrowed.