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The Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) system is updated on an ongoing basis. Check the Dewey Web site regularly for the resources you'll need to keep your collections organized and current. These resources include LCSH/DDC numbers of interest, which suggest how classifiers can treat materials in topics that were introduced after the current print edition of the DDC was published.
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Using WebDewey you can have ongoing access to all updates to the DDC and to the complete list of LCSH/DDC postings. See the archive of new and changed entries.
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