New Article: "To Dewey or Not to Dewey: Libraries Go Dewey-Free"
By Maureen McGrath
Source: Journal of the Library Administration and Management Section
New York Library Association; Spring 2010-2011; Vol. 7, No. 2
From the Abstract: (Page 29 of PDF)
Trough first-person interviews, this article describes the process and experience of switching over a library’s non-fiction collections to a more BISAC-like system and presents the problems and the solutions that two New York libraries have encountered when undertaking this project. Previously published articles have supplied historical reference.
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