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Note: This table is for the location of items in Sawyer stacks. There are other library locations (such as Sawyer DVD, Sawyer Reserve, and Sawyer Reference) that also use this call number system. See library maps for further information.
Unlike public and school libraries, most academic libraries use the Library of Congress Classification scheme to arrange books on the shelves.
First line: arranged alphabetically
Second line: read as a whole number
Third and fourth lines: arranged alphabetically, then numerically, with the number treated as a decimal
Last line: shelved chronologically.