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  • WebDewey 2.0: An Overview

    WebDewey 2.0 : An Overview

    Tutorial overview

    This tutorial introduces you to WebDewey 2.0 where you can:

    • Access the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) and related information
    • Search or browse Dewey numbers, Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), Mapped MeSH, and BISAC headings
    • Access authority records from links in the WebDewey records
    • Add your own notes and display them in context

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    Cost

    Free

    Course Length

    15 Minutes

    Course Format

    PowerPoint

    Products

    WebDewey

    Subject Area

    Cataloging and Metadata

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