Friday, July 01, 2005

025.431: The Dewey blog

025.431: The Dewey blog is a weblog covering topics related to the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) and knowledge organization (KO). You' ll find news of, and views on, current issues; links to interesting, amusing, and/or unusual DDC/KO-related resources; and continuous opportunity to comment, give feedback, and take part in discussions that will help to shape the future of the DDC.

Who might be interested in 025.431: The Dewey blog?

  • subject catalogers and classifiers responsible for assigning DDC numbers
  • designers and analysts of library cataloging systems and metadata standards
  • users of libraries and collections that are organized by DDC
  • anyone interested in the development and usage of the world's most widely-used classification scheme
025.431: The Dewey blog is edited by Jonathan Furner, assistant editor of the DDC, with contributions from other members of the Dewey editorial team. The content of the blog is not vetted by the owners of the DDC (OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Inc.) or by the Decimal Classification Editorial Policy Committee.

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