Web Dewey
WebDewey <ul><li>What is WebDewey?
WebDewey versus print Dewey
Advantages of using Dewey online as opposed to print
Obtaining access to WebDewey </li></ul>
Logging in to WebDewey http://connexion.oclc.org
Logging in to WebDewey
Search methods in WebDewey <ul><li>Search </li><ul><li>&quot;Keyword&quot; search of Dewey numbers
Keyword search of Relative Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings </li></ul><li>Browse </li><ul><li>Dewey numbers
Relative Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings </li></ul></ul>
Dewey browse search
Dewey classification search
Relative Index browse
Relative Index search
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WebDewey Presentation 10 September 2010

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Presentation for the September 10th LACONI classification workshop, covering the use of WebDewey.

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WebDewey Presentation 10 September 2010

  1. 1. Web Dewey
  2. 2. WebDewey <ul><li>What is WebDewey?
  3. 3. WebDewey versus print Dewey
  4. 4. Advantages of using Dewey online as opposed to print
  5. 5. Obtaining access to WebDewey </li></ul>
  6. 6. Logging in to WebDewey http://connexion.oclc.org
  7. 7. Logging in to WebDewey
  8. 8. Search methods in WebDewey <ul><li>Search </li><ul><li>&quot;Keyword&quot; search of Dewey numbers
  9. 9. Keyword search of Relative Index
  10. 10. Library of Congress Subject Headings </li></ul><li>Browse </li><ul><li>Dewey numbers
  11. 11. Relative Index
  12. 12. Library of Congress Subject Headings </li></ul></ul>
  13. 13. Dewey browse search
  14. 14. Dewey classification search
  15. 15. Relative Index browse
  16. 16. Relative Index search
  17. 17. LCSH browse search
  18. 18. LCSH keyword search
  19. 19. Manual entries for special cases
  20. 20. Building numbers using tables
  21. 21. Building numbers using tables
  22. 23. Any questions?

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