Q. How can I find a book on the Library shelves?

Answer

The library uses the 'Library of Congress classification system' to arrange the books on the shelves. This system is alpha-numeric and the call numbers reflect a certain subject area. So, most books on a certain topic will be in the same area. There are generic subject headings found in posters on the shelf panels used by the Library of Congress as a tool to direct you to various subjects.

  • Last Updated Feb 13, 2017
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  • Answered By Patricia Jamal

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