WEBINAR Beyond Dewey: Diverse Ways of Organizing Information in Libraries (AZ)

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Thursday, July 13, 2017 - 1:00pm
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http://www.txla.org/CE-AZ

Beyond Dewey: Diverse Ways of Organizing Information in Libraries (July 13, 2017, 1pm CDT)
The vast majority of public libraries use the Dewey Decimal system to organize their materials and information in general. A very few libraries use the academic or more in-depth organization - the Library of Congress system and in many libraries, some materials are organized to meet user needs. What are the differences and what are the other ways that exist for organizing content? 

(Part of the A to Z series for library support staff, taught by ALA Past President Julie Todaro)

Created on Feb 23, 2017 | Last updated February 23, 2017