Taking a Field Trip?
You'll appreciate the uniformity
You've learned that most libraries across the country use either Dewey or LC to organize their books. Here's another useful thing to know: most libraries buy their call numbers from the same company.
So, if you find a book in one library that uses the Library of Congress system, chances are that the call number would be the same (or very close to the same) in another library using LC. The same is true for libraries using Dewey Decimal.
Title of Book: The Starbucks Experience: 5 Principles for Turning Ordinary into Extraordinary
|Clark College Library||HD9199.U54 S736 2007|
|Bellevue Community College Library||HD9199.U54 S736 2007|
|North Seattle Community College Library||HD9199.U54 S736 2007|
|Pierce College Library||HD9199.U54 S736 2007|
... see how it works?
In larger or smaller libraries you might find minor differences, but in general, the uniformity makes it easy for you to find materials and be comfortable using different libraries. Next >>