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The Library Mr. Ezekiel Rodriguez

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  • 1. Mr. Ezekiel Rodriguez

2. WHAT IS A LIBRARY? A place in which information resources, such as books, serials/periodicals, print and non print materials are kept. Its main purpose is to support instruction and research. 3. Library Collection/Materials The Classification of the Books The Different Sections of the Library The Library Services 4. CD-ROM VCD/DVD/VHS tape CD/Cassette tape Maps Globe Transparencies Charts Slides LCDs/OHPs 5. Books of Dr. Salvador Escoto books donated by Dr. Salvador Escoto, these books were rare and can be considered as special collection of our library. 6. DDC (Dewey Decimal Classification) LCC (Library of Congress Classification) 7. 000 - 099 General Works (Encyclopedia, Dictionaries) 100 - 199 Philosophy (Ethics, Logic) 200 - 299 Religion (Bible, Saints) 300 399 Social Sciences (Sociology, Psychology, Law) 400 499 Language (Composition, Speech) 500 599 Pure Science (Physics, Biology) 600 699 Applied Science (Agriculture, Aeronautics) 700 799 Arts and Recreation (Music, Painting) 800 899 Literature (Poetry, Essays) 900 999 History, Geography It was devised by Melvil Dewey It is divided into ten main classes (10) 8. A - General Works B - Philosophy and Religion C - F History G - Geography, Anthropology , Leisure H - Social Science J - Political Science K - Law L - Education M - Music N - Fine Arts P Language and Literature Q Science R Medicine S Agriculture. Landscape, Architecture It is divided into eighteen (18) main classes This classification system was developed by James Hanson 9. T Technology U - Military Science V - Naval Science Z Bibliography, Publishing, Librarianship It is divided into ten (18) main classes 10. DDC LCC 370 G66 2007 LB 14.7 G66 2007 The Call Number of DDC begins with Arabic Numerals The Call Number of LCC begins with Letters plus Arabic Numerals 11. it classifies the books into ten (10) groups The Card Catalog, with several sliding drawers and situated at the most visible part of the library, contains the records of all books inside the library 12. it classifies the books into ten (10) groups For each book, it has the following data: 1. Title of the book 2. Author of the Book 3. Editions 4. Info on the Publication of the book (place, publisher date,) 5. Number of pages and other physical descriptions 6. International Standard Book Number (ISBN) 7. Subject Matter of the Book 8. Call Number of the Book 13. it classifies the books into ten (10) groups These data about the book are typed on cards arranged alphabetically inside the sliding drawers. There are three major kinds of cards, namely 14. 420 S47 Serrano, Josephine A. 2004 English language / Josephine A. Serrano. Manila: Rex Book Store, c2004. iv, 108 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 1234 1. English Language. I. Title. 15. 420 English Language S47 Serrano, Josephine A. 2004 English language / Josephine A. Serrano. Manila: Rex Book Store, c2004. iv, 108 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 16. 420 ENGLISH LANGUAGE S47 Serrano, Josephine A. 2004 English language / Josephine A. Serrano. Manila: Rex Book Store, c2004. iv, 108 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. 17. PARTS OF THE BOOK Binding - The binding holds the leaves of the book together, protects them, and make them easy to handle. Spine - is the binding edge of the book and caries the title, the authors name, the publisher, and the call number if it is a library book. Endpapers are pasted to the covers to make them stronger; they may carry useful information, such as tables, maps, graphs, and rules. 18. Flyleaves are blank pages next to he end papers; they are the first and last leaves in the book. Half-title page gives a brief title of the book and the series title if the book belongs to a series Frontispiece is an illustration relating to the subject matter of the book; its precede the title page Title page is the chief source of information Copyright page the back (verso) of the title page and gives the date of copyright and copyright owners. Dedication page follows the title page and bears the name or names of the person or persons to whom the author dedicates the book. 19. Preface introduces the author to the reader and gives his or her reasons for writing the book; it indicates those for whom the book is intended, acknowledges for assistance, as well as any special features. Table of content - is a list of the chapters of the book with page numbers; it may be so detailed that it serves as an outline of the book. Introduction - describes the general subject matter and plan of the book. Text- the text is made of the numbered chapters and constitutes the main body of the book. 20. Appendix- contains material referred to , but not explained, in the text. Bibliography- may be a list of a book, articles, and other materials, which the author has used in writing the book, or it may a list of materials recommended for further reading. Glossary- is a section, which lists and explains all technical or foreign words not explain in the body of the book. Index- is a list of the topics discussed in the text, arranged alphabetically with page references. An index may have subdivisions of the topics and cross references. 21. LIBRARY SERVICES Circulation Service Service in the library wherein students and faculty are allowed to borrow books. Reference Service One of the services in the library that provide updated information to all library clientele (e.g. current awareness, answering queries, et al.) Internet Service Provide additional information other than information found in books. 22. SCANNER 23. Electronic Security System 24. WEBPAC 25. THESIS/DISSERTATION SECTION Features collection of graduate theses and dissertations. 26. The Graduate School Library Collection 27. The Basic Education Library Shortcut to DSCN0341.lnk