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Title      : BLI-53 Information Processing (Theory-1)
Subject      : Library and Information Science
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 14/207
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Library Classification Need, Purpose and Functions Total views (233)  
Libraries are functional units attached to parent organisations. The parent organisations may be Government, an industry,R&D Institutions,a college, a school,university,commercial establishment etc. The libraries select and collect various kinds of materials or documents for use by the users.
Pages: 11
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Types of Classification Total views (224)  
After reading this unit,students should be able to identify the different species of library classification in existence today which are used in the organization of documents and/or information in a library and be familiar with.They will also be able to understand theory-based and non-theory based schemes of classification.
Pages: 7
Price: Rs 5.25   
Modes of Formation, Structure and Development of Subjects Total views (226)  
Modes of Formation, Structure and Development of Subjects
Pages: 10
Price: Rs 7.5   
General Theory of Classification,Principles,Postulates and Canons Total views (227)  
General Theory of Classification,Principles,Postulates and Canons
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25   
Normative Principles of Classification Total views (229)  
This Unit will enable students to understand the 'Normative Principles', the three planes of work; Idea, Verbal as basis of General Theory of Library classification. Work in each plane is supported by Canons, the descriptive account of the work in each plane.
Pages: 11
Price: Rs 8.25   
Facet Analysis and Principles of Facet Sequence Total views (228)  
This Unit offers study material on the concept of Facet Analysis and explains the Principles of Facet Sequence. An understanding of these concepts is essential to the classification approach to documents. Classification of documents in a library involves an analysis of the contents of documents into various facets.
Pages: 12
Price: Rs 9   
Fundamental Categories Total views (224)  
This unit is intended to introduce the concept of Fundamental Categories. A knowledge of the Fundamental Categories helps in the analysis of the different facets of a compound subject. In order to organize the universe of subjects, different methods and approaches have been adopted by classificationists who design and develop classification systems.
Pages: 7
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Notation Types and Qualities Total views (239)  
A notation is an auxiliary or feature of all book classification schemes. However, notation is not a by-product of subject classification. It had been in use in many libraries, classified or unclassified, long before Dewey invented his first systematic subject classification. In this simplest form, it consisted in relating the books to the bookcase and shelf in which they were stored. In this Unit ......
Pages: 18
Price: Rs 13.5   
Canons for Notation Total views (233)  
In this Unit, you will be introduced to the canons for notation, which are developed by S. R. Ranganathan. He felt dissatisfied at the inability of the Decimal Classification, then widely prevalent, to accomodate the newly emerging subjects. He thus developed a new species of classification: " Analytico - Synthetic Classification".
Pages: 18
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Mnemonics and Devices Total views (243)  
In library classification, classificationists have adopted certain devices in the construction of class number or for the formation of or sharpening of isolate numbers. Similarly, certain notational qualities like Mnemonics have been used to facilitate the number building. These provisions are indispensable to avoid unnecessary enumeration of isolates again and again and to shorten the length of s ......
Pages: 32
Price: Rs 24   
Call Number: Purpose, Structure and Methodology for Assigning Call Numbers to Books/Documents Total views (234)  
In this Unit, the method adopted by Colon Classification for the purpose of subject description and also for fixing the relative position of a book in the collection through the assigning of a Call Number has been discussed.
Pages: 11
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Dewey Decimal Classification Total views (234)  
After reading this unit, students will be able to understand the principles of Decimal Classification system originally designed by Melville Dewey and trace the historical developments of Dewey Decimal classification.They will also be able to evaluate DDC in terms its strengths and weaknesses.
Pages: 19
Price: Rs 14.25   
Universal Decimal Classification(UDC) Total views (233)  
The term Classification is defined differently in different disciplines.This is a process by which similar things are put together and dissimilar things are separated. Library Classification attempts at the systematic arrangement of documents with the help of some classification system or scheme. Any such scheme is a major tool for a librarian to bring all related documents together and arrange th ......
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75   
Colon Classification Total views (234)  
CC differs from the Dewey decimal classification (DDC) and Library of Congress (LC) classification in some many respects.CC is not an enumerative scheme like DC and LC. By combining the numbers in the different unit schedules in assigned permutations and combinations, the class numbers for all subjects can be constructed.
Pages: 27
Price: Rs 20.25   

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