Classification is just one piece of the cataloging process. As Hugh Atkinson wrote, “Classification is necessary not just because it puts something in a particular place in the library but also because it demonstrates to the user a relationship of one kind or another.”
Over the centuries, people have put forth many classification systems. Karen Muller in a brief but quite comprehensive post highlights differences in use and structure of the two major Library classification systems.
SciVerse Maximizes Your ROI on Scientific Research Content
As Library budgets are shrinking, scrutiny of collection value is increasing.
You need to ensure that every licensed product is easy for researchers to find and utilize. Your library needs access to more than content.
SciVerse delivers on the need for institutional visibility opportunities and science advancement by answering critical questions for your researchers.
Over the past few years, the popularity of WordPress among librarians has exploded enabling them to create attractive websites with advanced functionality without extensive programming. In this workshop, ideal for librarians curious about WordPress or those just getting started, Web developers and WordPress experts Polly-Alida Farrington and Amanda Goodman will provide an overview of WordPress and explain how it can be used to quickly and easily build an excellent library website.
Libraries as Community Publishers: How to Turn the Tables http://t.co/C1tYsCQO via @OUPAcademic #publishing #books…
“This is just one option among many possibilities available to public libraries. I am not naive about the need for a library publishing imprint to have at least a basic supporting staff at a time when budgets are tight. But it is at least within arms reach, and it provides opportunities for librarians to grow and engage in new services that have a stronger future than those dealing with analog culture. Having one foot in the community and one in the network, libraries can help define a new cultural commons.”