Answered By: Ming Guang Han Last Updated: Jun 11, 2015 Views: 398
NUS Libraries like most academic libraries in the world uses the Library of Congress Classification System to classify most items in the collection (exception : the collection in the Law Library). For example Psychology items are usually classed under BF.
For a book, call numbers are usually pasted on the spine or the front cover.
The book above has a call number of Z674.75 Int.Us 2007. In most locations, items including books are shelved by Call number.
Note: To find the location of a book, you need to know both the call number and the location of the item (e.g CL Books)
For full listing of call numbers please refer to guide on Call Numbers .
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