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What is the classification system used to arrange library materials?

Last Updated: Aug 26, 2013  |  661 Views
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The KCKCC Library uses the Library of Congress (LC) system to classify documents in a manner that will help you find the items you are seeking.  Circulating books are located on the second floor of the library.  We do have listings of the LC subject headings  at the circulation desk for help if you know what subject for which you searching.  However, the best way to find a particular book is to start with the online catalog system which is available in the library, and can be accessed at your home as well.

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