Answered By: Harry L. Whitlock II Last Updated: Sep 28, 2018 Views: 7
LC stands for Library of Congress. It is a library classification system used primarily in academic (college) libraries to organize books and other materials by subject. It is similar to the Dewey Decimal System that most public and school libraries use in that it provides an "address" to locate the item.
Each entry in the library catalog provides the LC call number and the location of the item. In Coe Library, the collection begins with "A" on Level 1 (basement) and continues to "Z" on Level 5. This map shows the current arrangement of the collection by floor.
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