Main Classes of LOC Classification
A - General Works
B - Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
C - Auxiliary Sciences of History
D - World History and History of Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, etc.
E - History of the Americas
F - History of the Americas
G - Geography, Anthropology, Recreation
H - Social Sciences
J - Political Science
K - Law
L - Education
M - Music and Books on Music
N - Fine Arts
P - Language and Literature
Q - Science
R - Medicine
S - Agriculture
T - Technology
U - Military Science
V - Naval Science
Z - Bibliography, Library Science, Information Resources (General)
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For basic searching, use the Discover Articles, Books and More search box.
You can limit your search to Keyword, Title, or Author. You can also limit your results to Full Text, Scholarly (Peer-Reviewed), or GIL-Find Only.
Choose the Go to Advanced Search option for more advanced options.
Note: To access electronic resources (journals, eBooks, electronic databases) while off-campus, the current GALILEO password will be required. This password is visible in the MyCourses portal, under Student Resources or Faculty Resources.
Most academic libraries - Kaufman Library included - use the Library of Congress Classification System (LCC) to arrange their materials and keep them in order.
LCC assigns a series of numbers and letters to create call numbers for library materials. Call numbers serve as addresses that can help you locate the items you're looking for on the shelves. Call numbers are usually applied to the spine or front of a library item. Each book and DVD has a unique call number. Want to know how to read and understand call numbers? Check out this video tutorial: Library of Congress Classification.
Call Numbers A-PZ
Popular Reading (Fiction and Non-Fiction)
Course Reserves (Circulation Desk)
Laptops, iPads, Media Equipment (Circulation Desk)
Call Numbers Q-Z
Center for Teaching Excellence Collection (CTE)
Reference Collection (REF)
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