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My blog post about ditching Dewey in my nonfiction collection.
Are you sure you want to delete this scoop?
A kid friendly way to organize an elementary library.
One library's method for ditching Dewey.
Librarian, Shannon Miller, decides to ditch Dewey for subject categories.
Graphic labels...very important
History of Dewey and LC systems.
In Suffolk County, NY we have several libraries in the consortium that are moving off of Dewey. This blog is following their adventures in the conversion process. Enjoy!
Great discussion about why Dewey is not the perfect system.
Mighty Little Librarian - Librarian Tiff's Blog...
Dewey Free update after students return to school and see new system.
Dropping Dewey for more browsability.
Library Journal article about Dewey.
Some Dewey, Some Don’t Presentation given at ILA 2009 on October 8, 2009 http://deweyfree.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/ila-2009.ppt ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~...
Keeping Dewey, but making it work for you with changes and tweaks.
Another summer project!
Twitter chat about ditching Dewey.
One elementary library switches from Dewey to subject organization.
One library considers the switch.
How one library came up with a system to replace Dewey.
Causing conversation about ditching Dewey.
Genre classifiction in fiction.
QR Codes and nonfiction
Library Journal article about dropping Dewey.
The Frankfort Public Library in Illinois is yet another library, in the growing list of libraries, choosing to break free of the Dewey Decimal Classification System.In an interview with Melissa Ric...
BISAC subject categories that guide you in creating sections for your library collection.