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1 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 1/69 Lesson 08b Shelving, Continued

2 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 2/69 Please go to Full Screen mode now (Click your right mouse button, select “Full Screen” from the menu)

3 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 3/69 Quick Contents Music CD’s and Cassette Tapes.……….7 Music Cassette Tapes………………….14 Non-music CD’s, DVDs…………………16 Current periodicals……………………...19 Reference items…………………………29 Play scripts…………………...………….33 Leisure Reading items……………....….39 Children’s Collection items………….….43 Miniature scores…………………………48 Large musical scores…(2-hour).………53 LP’s (Long Playing vinyl records)…...…60 Student Theses/Dissertations………….61 Africana items………………...………….62 Total slides: 69

4 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 4/69 Let’s continue learning about shelving basics in this second part of Lesson 07

5 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 5/69 Shelving other kinds of items We shelve other kinds of items besides bound books and journals: Music CD’s and Cassette Tapes Non-music CD’s, DVDs Current periodicals Reference items Play scripts Leisure Reading items Children’s Collection items Miniature scores Large musical scores (2-hour check-out) Africana items

6 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 6/69 Since there are so many kinds of shelving covered in this lesson, please take your time and read each section carefully It may be difficult to absorb all of the details completely after a single reading Consider returning to sections of this lesson periodically if you need to refresh your knowledge and memory of how to shelve particularly kinds of items You only need to report on your learning experience once, via the online response form Please also note that we are in the process of relocating all books to the ground floor, so be aware that different sections of books are moving around

7 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 7/69 Shelving Music Compact Discs We have many Music Compact Discs at Evansdale library, since music is one of our specialized areas

8 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 8/69 Shelving Music Compact Discs (2/7) They are shelved in the gray cabinets behind the Service Desk

9 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 9/69 Shelving Music Compact Discs (3/7) These CD’s do not have LC call numbers like the books They are arranged in numerical order On the CD case there will be an MUCD number “MUCD” stands for “Music Compact Disk”

10 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 10/69 Shelving Music Compact Discs (4/7) There are many drawers that contain Music CD’s Each drawer is labeled, indicating the beginning and ending item range of MUCD contents As an example, our task is to shelve MUCD 2356 Our CD will go in this drawer

11 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 11/69 Shelving Music Compact Discs (5/7) Open the CD drawer that has the number you need If the drawer won’t open, make sure all the other drawers in that cabinet are closed tightly, before trying again The cabinets have a safety feature that prevents more than one drawer from being opened at a time (to prevent the cabinet from tipping over)

12 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 12/69 Shelving Music Compact Discs (6/7) Now just flip through the CD’s to locate the CD that comes before or after the CD to be shelved

13 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 13/69 Shelving Music Compact Discs (7/7) Now place that CD in its correct spot 2356 comes before 2357, so this CD goes here Close the drawer and continue shelving any other MUCDs

14 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 14/69 Shelving Music Cassettes There are also music audio cassette tapes behind the Service Desk They are located in the top drawer of the MUCD cabinets closest to, and facing, Reference Services

15 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 15/69 Shelving Music Cassettes (2/2) These are stored in numerical call-number order: MUCT followed by a number “MUCT” stands for “Music Cassette Tape” The tapes are stacked front to back in rows in the drawer

16 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 16/69 Shelving non-Music CDs, DVDs Also stored behind the Service Desk are data CD- ROMs (and some floppy diskettes) that contain software programs and information to accompany certain books These are shelved in the last three drawers of the last CD cabinet A few instructional DVDs are stored in the drawer directly above them

17 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 17/69 Shelving non-Music CDs, DVDs (2/3) When a patron returns a book that has software you will notice that the CD and the book have the same call number All of the items in the Non- Music CD’s are arranged this way, by their parent book’s LC call number

18 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 18/69 Shelving non-Music CDs, DVDs (3/3) Simply go to the proper drawer and place the CD in its correct call number order among the other items in the drawer

19 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 19/69 Shelving Current Periodicals The library has subscriptions to hundreds of scholarly periodicals that arrive regularly Generally, these journals are stored in the “Current Periodicals” section until enough issues arrive to constitute a volume, which is then sent off to be bound into a hardcover volume by the Serials Department The Current Periodicals section consists of ranges on the main floor near the back, for easy access by researchers

20 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 20/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (2/10) Donna Sands from Database Management collects usage data on our current periodicals When current periodical issues are returned or retrieved, they are placed on designated shelves of the main floor temp cart

21 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 21/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (3/10) After these periodicals have been processed, they will be placed on a cart Count the items as usual and take them to the Current Periodicals ranges on the main floor

22 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 22/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (4/10) Current periodicals have not yet been assigned a call number or item barcode (per issue) These items are placed on the shelves in alpha order by title For example, this issue of the Journal of Animal Ecology will be shelved in the “J” section Placement is made by alphabetizing the whole title, including the word “Journal” Disregard “the” in a title

23 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 23/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (5/10) Items on a shelf by title are then organized by volume and issue number In this example, we are dealing with Volume 73, Number 3 of the Journal of Animal Ecology

24 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 24/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (6/10) To shelve, first find the correct range marker in the Current Periodicals area The title Journal of Animal Ecology will fall within the alphabetical parameters of this particular section

25 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 25/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (7/10) Then look for the individual shelf label for each specific journal

26 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 26/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (8/10) The most recent issue of a journal will go on the slant shelf, facing outward Earlier issues will go in blue boxes on the bottom shelves

27 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 27/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (9/10) Now look at the back issues Our issue is Volume 73 Number 3 May 2004 In this example, this is the most current issue The most current back issue is Volume 73 Number 2 March 2004

28 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 28/69 Shelving Current Periodicals (10/10) Our exemplary issue is the most current one Therefore, it is shelved on the main shelf

29 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 29/69 Shelving Reference items Evansdale Library, like all the libraries, has a reference section of resource items that are for in-library use only They do not circulate, and consist of specialized encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other materials that should be always available The Reference Shelves are near the back of the floor

30 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 30/69 Shelving Reference items (2/4) These books are shelved in LC call number order, just like in the stacks The only exception is that they have an “REF” or “R” prefix before the call number, which indicates that these items belong to the Reference Collection As an example, we will shelve this item with a call number of R BF76.7.G

31 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 31/69 Shelving Reference items (3/4) Find the range marker that indicates where your book should go Since our call number was R BF 76.6.G , it should be shelved within this range

32 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 32/69 Shelving Reference items (4/4) Now browse through the range until you find where your book should go, and place it there flush with the shelf edge R BF 76.7 G comes before REF BF76.7.P “EVAN” just indicates that it belongs to Evansdale; it is not an important part of the call number

33 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 33/69 Shelving Play Scripts There is a large play script collection at Evansdale Library The plays are stored in alphabetically labeled boxes on shelves in two adjacent bookcases In the back of the main floor, the play script shelves separate the Snack Room area from the copier-scanner area

34 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 34/69 Shelving Playscripts (2/6) The collection boxes are labeled with bold single letters The play scripts inside are rather small books: acting editions

35 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 35/69 Shelving Playscripts (3/6) The scripts are not shelved by LC call number or by numerical order either Plays at Evansdale are shelved by the author’s last name As an example, we will use “The Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens Thus, the call number is “DICKENS,” preceded by the prefix “EVAN PLAYS”

36 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 36/69 Shelving Playscripts (4/6) There are separate boxes for each letter These contain plays by authors who’s last name begins with the letter on the box Within these boxes, the authors are subdivided alphabetically, first by author, then by the first word in each title by that author Thus, “Abbey” will precede “Aftergood”

37 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 37/69 Shelving Playscripts (5/6) Plays by Dickens will therefore be found in a ‘D’ box

38 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 38/69 Shelving Playscripts (6/6) To shelve a play, simply find other plays by that author and place the item in its proper alphabetical order by title In this example, “The Christmas Carol” precedes “The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby” Then put the box back in it’s proper place on the shelf

39 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 39/69 Shelving Leisure Reading items The Leisure Reading Collection is a section of popular fiction and other books available at Evansdale Library These books, donated by the WVU Parents’ Club, are for enjoyment, unlike the majority of our books which are used for research

40 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 40/69 Shelving Leisure Reading items (2/4) The Leisure Reading section is in the back corner of the main floor Some current newspapers are stored on the top shelves

41 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 41/69 Shelving Leisure Reading items (3/4) The LC call numbers in this collection are preceded by the prefix “LRC, for “Leisure Reading Collection” In this example, we will shelve LRC PS3552.E7745 L3 1998

42 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 42/69 Shelving Leisure Reading items (4/4) These items are shelved like any other book Simply find the call numbers before and after the book and place the item in its proper place PS 3552.E7745 L comes AFTER PS 3552.E6996 O b, so this book goes here

43 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 43/69 Shelving Children’s Collection items On the ground floor in the Large Compact Shelving Unit in the rear of the floor there is a substantial collection of children’s books They are organized according to the Dewey Decimal call number system, since they are used so often by teachers in public schools DON’T PANIC!! – It’s easier than Library of Congress Each call number has a prefix and at least two fields

44 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 44/69 Shelving Children’s Collection items (2/5) There are 4 sections of Children’s books in this compact shelving unit Shelved first are the regular Children’s Books These are followed by three sections of Award Books, each with their own identifying special prefix: Caldecott Award Books Newberry Award Books Coretta Scott King Award Books

45 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 45/69 Shelving Children’s Collection items (3/5) For each book, the prefix “C” or “CHILD” indicates that the item belongs to the Children’s Collection “363.45” indicates the subject field “T272s” usually indicates the author and/or title field

46 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 46/69 Shelving Children’s Collection items (4/5) Now find where this book belongs will come between 362 and 364 So our book will go here

47 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 47/69 Shelving Children’s Collection items (5/5) Shelve the book in its correct place and then front the books

48 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 48/69 Shelving Miniature Scores Evansdale Library has a large collection of miniature scores or music sheets bound in small books

49 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 49/69 Shelving Miniature Scores (2/5) These are located on the ground floor right before the regular M’s Each item in this collection has the prefix “MS” preceding the call number, which stands for “Miniature Score” MS items are shelved like any other LC book In this example, we will shelve “MS M1611.S92F2 c. 2”

50 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 50/69 Shelving Miniature Scores (3/5) Like any other shelving procedure, find the range marker Our call number is MS M1611 S92 F2 c.2 It will be shelved within this range Go down the range and find the call number shelf where our item should go Remember that this item is a copy 2

51 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 51/69 Shelving Miniature Scores (4/5) Now look for copy 1 and place this book after it This book does not say c.1 but with the same call number and nothing afterwards to designate it different, our book will be placed after it If you cannot find a copy # to place a book after, simply put it where it would go without the copy number there

52 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 52/69 Shelving Miniature Scores (5/5) Now that you have found the first copy of this book, place this item after it and front the shelf

53 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 53/69 Shelving Large Musical Scores (2-hour) Evansdale Library also has large format musical scores Some of those which are series and can be checked out for 2-hour periods These items were recently relocated and are now shelved in the Large Compact Shelving Unit at the back of the ground floor

54 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 54/69 Shelving Large Musical Scores (2/7) All of these call numbers will begin with either “M2” or “M3” Other than this they are shelved the same way as any other book

55 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 55/69 Shelving Large Musical Scores (3/7) The compact shelving unit consists of collapsible, movable ranges of shelves that can store a large number of materials in a small space To open a particular range, just turn the crank until it is all the way open A safety device prevents someone from closing it on you, or you on a patron

56 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 56/69 Shelving Large Musical Scores (4/7) In our example, we will shelve “M2.E66 Bd. 111”

57 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 57/69 Shelving Large Musical Scores (5/7) Find the compact shelving unit range marker, and then slowly crank the door open Our number was M2.E66 Bd.111, so it will be shelved within this range

58 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 58/69 Shelving Large Musical Scores (6/7) Browse the call numbers to find the right shelf These are items that come after the one to be placed 111 comes before 119, and there are no items before it that have the E66 call number

59 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 59/69 Shelving Large Musical Scores (7/7) So our book M2 E66 bd.111 goes here Shelve and front it

60 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 60/69 Music LP’s We have relocated all music LP (long playing) records to our remote Depository Library users can request these items via Mountainlynx just like any other item located at the Depository

61 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 61/69 Theses WVU Theses and Dissertations are now published online However, the libraries have a collection of older, paper format M.A. theses and Ph.D./Ed.D. dissertations from WVU graduate students We have relocated all hardbound theses and dissertations to our remote Depository Library users can request these items via Mountainlynx just like any other item located at the Depository

62 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 62/69 Shelving Africana items On the last ranges of books on the second floor, we have another Dewey Decimal System collection It is our Africana collection These items have no prefix They are all distinguished by the “900” numbers in the first field of call number digits

63 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 63/69 Shelving Africana items (2/5) In our example, the Africana book to be shelved has a call number of “ Ed837”

64 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 64/69 Shelving Africana items (3/5) Finding this range side is easy, since it is the very last one upstairs Find the call number area near the item to be shelved

65 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 65/69 Shelving Africana items (4/5) In our example, the item to be shelved is Ed837 The closest call number area is occupied by the books M452ec and Ei33e Our call number Ed837 falls between these call numbers Thus, it will be shelved in between these two items

66 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 66/69 Shelving Africana items (5/5) Shelve and “front” the book

67 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 67/69 Signing back in When you have finished shelving, return your book truck to the Service Desk area Sign back in on the Daily Tasks Completed sheet

68 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 68/69 Recap and a look ahead You have now been introduced to the basics of shelving items In Lesson 09, you will learn how to visually scan items for call number consistency

69 Revised WE :06 EST Created TU Lesson 08b. Shelving, Continued / Bringing Learners and Library Skills Together Copyright © by A. David Roth | Evansdale Library, West Virginia University 69/69 Response to Lesson 08b Thank you for your participation in experiencing lesson 08b Please access the online response form to report on your learning experienceonline response form Then report to a staff person to do Task Performance 5


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