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Cataloging: Fundamentals of the NLM® Classification

Module 8—Classification of 19th Century Works and Early Printed Books

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Review Questions


Use the 19th Century Schedule or the main NLM Classification to answer the following questions

 
1. Materials published from 1801-1913 must use the 19th Century Schedule
True
False
 
2. The 19th Century Schedule is used for all of the following except
Reprints of works published between 1801-1913
Translations of works originally published from 1801-1913, if the translation itself is published from 1801-1913
Bibliographies published between 1801-1913
None of the Above
 
3. What would be the correct classification number for the title "Functions of the Brain" published in London in 1876?
WL
WL 300
WL 11.1
 
4. What is the correct classification for a new edition of "Functions of the Brain" published in 2000, originally published in 1876?
WL
WL 300
WZ 290
 
5. What is the correct classification for "Diary of Samuel Pepys" published in 1970 reprinted from the original work written in the 17th century?
WZ 250
WZ 100
WZ 290
 

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