Über den Autor
Helena Dittmann was a librarian at the University of Canberra Library, where she was head of the Cataloging Department for a number of years. She trained library staff in all aspects of cataloging and in the use of LCC. She also tutored in the Library Studies program at the Canberra Institute of Technology, Canberra, Australia.
A Practical Workbook For Learning Every Aspect of Library of Congress Classificationrnrn Plentiful, clear explanations and practice exercises illustrate every aspect of Library of Congress Classification and help students master creating LCC numbers. This 2007 revision of the first edition, published in 2000, includes updated text; examples and exercises that correspond with the latest print schedules and tables; a new chapter on Classification Web; a glossary that defines technical terms in simple language; and an index.rnrn rnrn Both professionals and paraprofessionals can brush up their classification skills.The authors offer a lesson-by-lesson approach with exercises to practice and test your skills. They cover the structure of the LC classification system, how to build a call number, classification tables, the electronic version of the schedules and shelving.rnrn American Libraries review of the first editionrnrn rnrn Recommended for professionals and paraprofessionals seeking professional development, students wanting to supplement their courses with practical applications, and library schools offering distance learning courses in cataloging.rnrn Library Journal review of first editionrnrn rnrn Learn Library Congress Classification is one of nine study guides in the Library Education Series. Please see the back of this book for a complete listing, or visit www.totalrecallpress.com for more information.rnrn