Answered By: Austin Pevler
Last Updated: Mar 27, 2018     Views: 614

Non-fiction books at Sinclair are arranged by the Dewey Decimal System (DDC), with the exception of a few small areas. This means they are arranged by topic or discipline/field of study. Each numerical sections starts out with broad or general subjects, and gets more narrow as you move through the numbers. The longer the number, typically the more specific the topic is.

For a complete list of DDC call numbers, visit the OCLC page on Dewey.

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