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Learn Dewey Decimal Classification (Edition 22) /

by Mortimer, Mary.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Library education series.Publisher: Friendswood, Tex. : TotalRecall Pub., 2007Edition: 1st North American ed.Description: 133 p. ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9781590958049; 1590958047.Subject(s): Classification | Dewey decimal -- Problems, exercises, etcOnline resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
Contents:
Table of contents Introduction to classification -- Introduction to Dewey Decimal Classification -- Principles of classifying with DDC -- Components of the Dewey Decimal Classification -- Finding a number in the schedules -- Organization of the schedules -- Number building and Table 1: standard subdivisions -- Table 2: geographic areas, historical periods, persons -- Table 3: subdivisions for the arts, for individual literature, for specific literary forms -- Table 4: subdivisions of individual languages and language families, and Table 6: languages -- Table 5: ethnic and national groups -- Adding from the schedules -- WebDewey -- More practice.
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Table of contents Introduction to classification --
Introduction to Dewey Decimal Classification --
Principles of classifying with DDC --
Components of the Dewey Decimal Classification --
Finding a number in the schedules --
Organization of the schedules --
Number building and Table 1: standard subdivisions --
Table 2: geographic areas, historical periods, persons --
Table 3: subdivisions for the arts, for individual literature, for specific literary forms --
Table 4: subdivisions of individual languages and language families, and Table 6: languages --
Table 5: ethnic and national groups --
Adding from the schedules --
WebDewey --
More practice.

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