Answered By: Judi Humphrey Last Updated: Mar 31, 2016 Views: 13
Every item in the library collection is assigned a call number. Books are assigned Library of Congress call numbers, each begins with a letter or letters.
To locate a book in the library, look at the first letter of your call number; it will help you determine what floor houses the item. Review the Building Directory, one is located next to the elevators on each floor of the library. For example:
The End of Normal: The Great Crisis and the Future of Growth
HB3717 2008.G337 2015 >> would be located on the 4th floor.
|Call Number||Location (Floor)|
|Juv A - Z||2nd floor|
|A - E||3rd floor|
|F - M||4th floor|
|N - P||5th floor|
|Q - Z & Oversized||6th floor|