Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Browse and Search LC Classification Schedules Quickly on the Web—and Never Use Your Paper Class Schedules Again

Learn how to navigate most efficiently in Classification Web at: http://www.loc.gov/cds/classweb/Quicktips/cwnavigate/index.htmlCovers all the basics: from browsing and searching the classification schedules …and using the product’s special functions…to using the correlations features between LC subject headings and classification and their corresponding Dewey numbers. Classification Web is updated daily—giving you the most current LC classification and subject and name headings available anywhere. Unlike the paper schedules, Class Web is completely searchable and it is so easy to use.

(Library of Congress, News from CDS, Nov, 2011)

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