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50642007-0293reclassification projects 377
The functionality and flexibility of traditional classification schemes applied to a NYPL's reading room no longer in a class by itself (Lang.: eng). - In: American Libraries, 37(2006)8, p.16.

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Cope, Elly. From UDC to DDC: reclassification at the University of Bath (Lang.: eng). - In: Catalogue & index, 169(2012), pp. 68-73. Paper presented at the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP) Cataloguing & Indexing Group Conference 2012.

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Dyer, Lynne. Turning NLM into Dewey: re-classification of a nursing collection (Lang.: eng). - In: Catalogue & index, 166(2012), pp. 16-18.

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Barker, Andrew. Slider puzzle: reclassification at the University of East Anglia (Lang.: eng). - In: Catalogue & index, 166(2012), pp. 12-15. Paper presented at the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP) Cataloguing & Indexing Group Reclassification Workshop, 20/09/2011.

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De Esteban, Marijose. ReGenreNation: the revision of genres at the British Film Institute (Lang.: eng). - In: Catalogue & index, 166(2012), pp. 19-23. Paper presented at the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP) Cataloguing & Indexing Group Reclassification Workshop, 20/09/2011.

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Lee, Deborah. Guerrilla reclassification: a call to arms (Lang.: eng). - In: Catalogue & index, 166(2012), pp. 24-27. Paper presented at the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP) Cataloguing & Indexing Group Reclassification Workshop, 20/09/2011.

128761990-1-151reclassification projects 377
Basset, B.; Laurent, F., Coste, B. Classer en centre d'interèt: ouis, mais [Classing in the center of interest: yes, but] (Lang.: fre). - In: Bull.d'Inf.de l'A.B.F.No.143.1989.p.31-32.

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Wharton, J.. The archive of newspaper cuttings relating to the GDR at the University of Nottingham and the project to make it accessible to users (Lang.: eng). - In: German Studies Libr.Group NL. (1994)16,p.18-24. Gives a brief account of the ESRC-funded project to reclassify and index the newspaper cuttings collected by the British Military goernment in Berlin between 1946 and 1981, how held by the University of Nottingham Library. The index was compiled using dBase 4.

7902reclassification projects data indexing law 377;82-66
Bird, Ruth. Re-classification on a grand scale: Moys at the Bodleian Law Library (Lang.: eng). - In: Legal information management, 10(2010)3, pp.213-216.

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Liu, Maggie; Kwok, Lolita; Chan, Kylie. Why change to the Chinese classification scheme?: a case study in an academic library (Lang.: eng). - In: Cataloging & classification quarterly, 50(2012)8, pp. 852-868.



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