T35 Classification Essay

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Collections. Series. Collected works
Collections of monographs, essays, etc.
[AC129.T35-.T352]
 
AC129.T35
 
AC129.T352
 
 
B105.M56
 
 
Kierkegaard, Søren, 1813-1855
B4378.M97
 
 
Spiritualism. Communication with discarnate spirits
Mediumship. Psychometry. Channeling
Spirit messages, inspirational records, etc.
BF1311.A45
Akiba ben Joseph, ca. 50-ca. 132
 
 
BJ1286.C64
 
 
Religions. Mythology. Rationalism
Religion in relation to other subjects, A-Z
[BL65.R452]
Religious tolerance see BL99.5
 
 
BL99.5
 
 
History and principles of religions
BL2057.W65
 
 
Islam. Bahai Faith. Theosophy, etc.
Hadith literature. Traditions. Sunna. حديث. سنة
BP135.8.A45
ʻAlī ibn Abī Ṭālib, Caliph, ca. 600-661
 
 
Christianity in relation to special subjects, A-Z
 
[BR115.S39]
Cf. BR115.H6 Homosexuality
 
BR115.S39
 
 
Special types of archaeology and archaeological sites, A-Z
CC77.H68
 
 
Individual elements in the population, A-Z
DC34.5.A34
 
 
Ancient Italy. Rome to 476
Local history and description
DG55.S165
 
 
History of Balkan Peninsula
Local history and description (European Turkey)
Istanbul (Constantinople)
Sections, districts, etc.
DR738.5.B34
 
DR738.5.E47
 
DR738.5.K36
 
DR738.5.K38
 
DR738.5.O78
 
DR738.5.S35
 
 
Israel (Palestine). The Jews
Regions, towns, etc., A-Z
DS110.H38
 
 
Ancient states, regions, cities, etc., A-Z
DS156.I43
 
 
Arabian Peninsula. Saudi Arabia
Individual elements in the population, A-Z
DS219.H36
 
DS219.H37
 
DS219.Q24
 
 
Individual campaigns, battles, etc., A-Z
DS371.4123.G36
 
 
Individual elements in the population, A-Z
DS380.M37
 
 
Local history and description
Minor kingdoms, states, regions, etc., A-Z
DS392.G54
Gilgit-Baltistān. Northern Areas
 
Including Karambar River and Valley
 
[DS392.K352]
Karambar River and Valley see DS392.G54
 
[DS392.N675]
Northern Areas see DS392.G54
 
 
Individual elements in the population, A-Z
DS432.H35
 
 
Local history and description
Minor kingdoms, states, regions, etc., A-Z
DS485.S39
Savantvadi (Princely State)
 
 
Individual elements in the population, A-Z
DS610.25.F74
 
 
DT107.87
Mubārak, Muḥammad Ḥusnī, 1981-. مبارك، محمد حسني CANCEL
 
DT107.87
Mubārak, Muḥammad Ḥusnī, 1981-2011. مبارك، محمد حسني
 
Including the 2011 protests
 
DT107.88
 
 
Sudan. Anglo-Egyptian Sudan
Individual elements in the population, A-Z
DT155.2.R84
 
 
Individual elements in the population, A-Z
DT193.5.R44
 
 
French West Africa. French Sahara. West Sahara. Sahel
Local history and description
Côte d'Ivoire. Ivory Coast
Individual elements in the population, A-Z
DT545.45.A43
 
 
United States local history
Regions, counties, etc., A-Z
[F317.E46]
 
F317.H6
Hillsborough County CANCEL
 
F317.H6
 
 
 
Transportation and communications
Local transit. Street railways. Subways
Other regions or countries
Southeast Asia. Indochina
HE5030
 
 
Social pathology. Social and public welfare. Criminology
Protection, assistance and relief
People with physical disabilities
 
Transportation and travel
[HV3022]
Cf. TA1285 Barrier-free design in transportation
 
 
Islamic law. Sharīʻah. Fiqh. شريعة. فقه
Schools of thought. Islamic legal schools. Madhāhib. مذاهب
Schools and authors affiliated with a particular school
Mālikī. Mālikīyah. المالكي، المالكية
KBP320.I2653
Ibn Saḥnūn, Muḥammad ibn ʻAbd al-Salām, 817 or 18-869 or 70. ابن سحنون، محمد بن عبد السلام TABLE K4
 
 
Shāfiʻī. Shāfiʻīyah. الشافعي، الشافعية
KBP330.D36
Damīrī, Bahrām ibn ʻAbd Allāh, 1333 or 4-1402 or 3. الدميري، بهرام بن عبد الله TABLE K4
 
KBP330.M357
Marṣafī, Yūsuf Mūsá. المرصفي، يوسف موسى TABLE K4
 
 
Particular classes of lawyers and types of careers, A-Z
KF299.T73
Transnational practice of law
 
Including American lawyers specializing in foreign law
 
 
[KF300-322.5]
For transnational practice of law see KF299.T73
 
 
Science and the arts. Research
[KF4305-4306]
Museums. Galleries. Private collections, etc.
 
KF4305
Museums and galleries TABLE KF6 CANCEL
 
 
Museums. Galleries. Private collections, etc.
KF4305
 
[KF4305.A29-.A45]
Statutes. Regulations. Rules of practice
 
[KF4305.A29-.A37]
 
KF4305.A328<date>
 
KF4305.A328199
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act 1990 (NAGPRA)
 
KF4306.A-Z
 
KF4306.R4
Repatriation of Native American funerary and sacred objects (NAGPRA items)
 
 
 
KF8210.A57
Antiquities TABLE KF7 CANCEL
 
(KF8210.A57)
 
Including human remains CANCEL
 
 
[KF8210.H842]
Human remains see KF8210.A57 CANCEL
 
 
Regional comparative and uniform law (Europe)
KJC3846.5
 
 
Human rights. Civil and political rights
Equality before the law. Antidiscrimination
Groups discriminated against, A-Z
[KJC5144.B572]
Bisexuals see KJC5144.G39
 
KJC5144.G39
 
KJC5144.G39
Gays. Lesbians. Bisexuals. Transgender people TABLE K12
 
Including general works on sexual minorities
 
[KJC5144.L472]
 
[KJC5144.M562]
Minorities, Sexual see KJC5144.G39
 
[KJC5144.S492]
Sexual minorities see KJC5144.G39
 
[KJC5144.T732]
Transgender people see KJC5144.G39
 
 
The law of treaties. System of treaty law
Validity and nullity. Invalidity
KZ1302.8
 
 
LA669.5
Colonies (General) CANCEL
 
LA669.5
Colonies (General). Commonwealth countries (General)
 
 
 
Long Island University, Brooklyn, New York
[LD3081.L36]
For Southampton College see LD3844
 
LD3844
New York (State). State University at Stony Brook TABLE L7 CANCEL
 
LD3844
New York (State). State University at Stony Brook TABLE L7
 
Including Stony Brook Southampton, formerly Southampton College
 
 
America (except United States)
Universities and colleges
LE7.C48
Chilpancingo de los Bravos. Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero TABLE L7a CANCEL
 
LE7.C48
Chilpancingo de los Bravos. Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero TABLE L7a
 
Formerly Instituto Literario; Colegio del Estado; and Universidad de Guerrero
 
 
Turkey and the Balkan states
Other universities. By place, A-Z
LF5143.C5
Cluj. Universitatea din Cluj-Napoca TABLE L13a CANCEL
 
LF5143.C5
Cluj. Universitatea "Babeș-Bolyai" TABLE L13a
 
Formerly Magyar Királyi Ferenc Jozsef Tudományegyetem; Universitatea "Babes̜-Bolyai"; Universitatea din Cluj CANCEL
 
Formerly Universitatea "V. Babeș"; Bolyai Tudományegyetem; Magyar Királyi Ferenc Jozsef Tudományegyetem; Universitatea "Regele Ferdinand I"; Universitatea din Cluj
 
 
Other places of Asia, A-Z
LG395.N524
 
 
ML197.2
 
 
Other regions or countries, A-Z
ML3509.C5-.C58
 
 
Special regions or countries
Spain and Portugal. Spain
Special aspects or movements, A-Z
N7108.5.S56
 
 
Symbolism. Emblematic art
N7745.L57
 
 
Special icons. By name, A-Z
N8189.6.N55
 
 
Other special subjects (alphabetically)
[N8217.F252]
 
N8229
 
N8254.7
Truthfulness and falsehood
 
 
Special subjects of ancient sculpture
NB165.S53
Shāpūr I, King of Iran, d. 272
 
 
Special subjects of painting
ND1460.G62
 
ND1460.S448
 
 
Illuminating of manuscripts and books
Histories and reproductions of special illuminated works
Other religious books, A-Z
ND3385.K6
 
[ND3385.Q722]
 
 
Printmaking and engraving
NE962.H85
 
 
Decorative arts. Applied arts. Decoration and ornament
Interior decoration. House decoration
Decoration of other special buildings, A-Z
[NK2195.H572]
Homes, Suburban see NK2195.S896
 
NK2195.S896
 
[NK2195.V542]
 
 
Special subjects or topics, A-Z
NX650.S53
 
 
Communication. Mass media
P96.C58-.C582
Climatic changes TABLE P1
 
 
Byzantine and modern Greek literature
Individual authors or works
PA5610.L298
Lappas, Adamantios Ch., 1852-1939. Αδαμάντιος Χ. Λάππας TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
English philology and language
Linguistic geography. Dialects, etc.
Special groups of persons
PE3727.W66
 
 
Literary history and criticism
Special topics and subjects, A-Z
PG3020.5.G75
 
 
Oriental philology and literature
PJ7519.E92
 
PJ7519.M437
 
 
PJ7672.E87
 
 
Individual authors or works
Pre-Islamic. Early to 622 A.D.
PJ7696.H26
Ḥamzah ibn ʻAbd al-Muṭṭalib, d. 625 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
PJ7700.B26
Baʻīth al-Mujāshiʻī, Khidāsh ibn Bishr, d. 751? TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Fourth Abbasid period, 1055-1258
PJ7755.I2966
Ibn Siwār, Muḥammad, 1206 or 7-1278 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Turkish period, 1517-1800
PJ7765.M3
Manjakī, Manjak ibn Muḥammad, 1598 or 9-1670 or 71 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Indo-Iranian philology and literature
Iranian philology and literature
Special forms and subjects, A-Z
PK6420.E82
 
 
Individual authors or works
PK6451.A845
Āz̲arī Isfarāyinī, Ḥamzah ibn ʻAlī Malik, 1382 or 3-1461 or 2 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Languages of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania
Japanese language and literature
Individual authors and works
Late Edo period, 1789-1867
PL799.S467
Shiba, Zenkō, 1750-1793 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Korean language and literature
Special aspects and topics
Treatment of special subjects, A-Z
PL957.5.F67
 
 
Individual authors and works
PL988.I55
Im, Hyŏng-su, 1504-1547 TABLE P-PZ40
 
PL988.K593
Kim, Ŭi-jŏng, 1495-1547 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
PL989.9.H85
Yi, Hwi-su, 1802-1872 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Chinese language and literature
Individual authors and works
PL2718.U246
Lu, Yitong, 1805-1863. 魯一同 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Theory. Philosophy. Esthetics
Relation to and treatment of special elements, problems, and subjects
PN56.A68
 
PN56.W68
 
 
PN682.I46
 
 
PN1009.5.H66
 
 
Other special topics, A-Z
PN1995.9.B795
 
PN1995.9.E38
 
PN1995.9.T675
 
 
Dramatic representation. The theater
Special regions or countries
Indonesia, Malay Archipelago
Special types of theater, A-Z
PN2899.45.M34
 
 
Collections of general literature
PN6505.M64
 
PN6505.M64
 
 
Literary history and criticism
History of French literature
Special subjects, classes, etc., not limited to one period or form
PQ145.1.H79
 
 
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 1712-1778
PQ2056.M43
 
 
(PQ2667.L5)
Glissant, Édouard, 1928-2011
 
 
 
Provincial, local, colonial, etc.
French literature outside of France
Colonies and countries other than European
Individual authors or works, 1961-2000, A-Z
PQ3949.2.G53
Glissant, Édouard, 1928-2011 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Individual authors, 1701-1900
Goldoni, Carlo, 1707-1793
Particular plays (Comedies and tragedies), A-Z
PQ4694.D65
 
 
Literary history and criticism
History of Spanish literature
PQ6140.S52
 
 
Individual authors, 1868-1960
PQ6613.A84
Gasós, Cristino, 1876-1944 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Provincial, local, colonial, etc.
Portuguese literature outside of Portugal
Individual authors or works, A-Z
[PQ9939.R452]
Reis, João Correia dos see PQ9939.S25
 
PQ9939.S25
Salva-Rey, João TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
History of English literature
Other special topics, A-Z
PR830.C45
 
 
English renaissance (1500-1640)
Criticism and interpretation
Treatment and knowledge of special subjects
Other special subjects, A-Z
PR3069.D56
 
 
English literature: Provincial, local, etc.
English literature outside of Great Britain
Individual authors or works
[PR9199.3.S8312]
Stone, David, 1946- see PR9199.3.S838
 
PR9199.3.S838
Stroud, Carsten, 1946- TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
Individual authors or works, A-Z
PR9379.9.H38
Hayford, J. E. Casely (Joseph Ephraim Casely), 1866-1930 TABLE P-PZ40
 
 
History of American literature
PS228.A575
 
 
Special forms and topics, A-Z
PS374.S764
 
 
History of German literature
Special subjects not limited to one period or form
PT137.N37
 
 
Literary history and criticism
History of Scandinavian literature
PT7073.C43
 
 
Q175.32.D96
 
 
Q182.6
Competency-based education
 
 
Study and teaching. Research
Special teaching methods and aids
[QA20.I562]
Intervention, Response to see QA20.R47
 
QA20.R47
 
 
Electronic computers. Computer science
Study and teaching. Research
QA76.3
Certification of electronic data processing personnel CANCEL
 
QA76.3
Certification of electronic data processing personnel
 
Class here works on certification in general
 
For works on certification on special topic, prefer classification with the special topic, e.g., QA76.73.J38 Study guide for Java certification
 
 
QA276.8
 
QA276.8
 
Including measurement uncertainty
 
 
Atomic physics. Constitution and properties of matter
Quantum theory. Quantum mechanics
QC174.52.Z47
 
 
QK623.A93
 
 
Systematic divisions. By order and family, A-Z
QL696.P243
Drepanididae (Hawaiian honeycreepers) CANCEL
 
(QL696.P243)
Drepanididae (Hawaiian honeycreepers)
 
 
QL696.P246
Fringillidae (Finches) CANCEL
 
QL696.P246
Fringillidae (Finches; Hawaiian honeycreepers)
 
 
Culture of individual fruits or types of fruit
Other fruits not grape nor berry, A-Z
SB379.J33
 
 
Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Engineering as a profession. Engineers
TA157.5
Women in engineering. Women engineers
 
 
Transportation engineering
TA1285
Access for people with disabilities. Barrier-free design
 
 
Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering
Environmental effects of industries and plants
Special industries, facilities, activities, etc., A-Z
TD195.L52
 
Including the environmental effects of light pollution
 
 
Mechanical engineering and machinery
Control engineering systems. Automatic machinery
TJ220.3
Nonlinear control systems
 
 
Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering
Distribution or transmission of electric power
Conductors. Wires. Cables
TK3303
 
 
Specific aspects of, or services on, the Internet
TK5105.8885.R83
 
 
Handicrafts. Arts and crafts
TT872.5
 
 
Z8013.35
 
 
Z8129.5793
 
 
Z8332.88
Gelumbauskaitė, Leonora Živilė
 
 
Z8460.866
 
Z8462.63
 
Z8467.148
 
 
Table of geographical subdivisions (decimal numbers)
[G2b 0.574]
 
 
Other divisions of Europe, A-Z
G2b 0.68.F5
 
 
Table of House standing committees (for hearings)
KF23 .J8569
Courts, Commercial and Administrative Law
 
KF23 .J8644
Immigration Policy and Enforcement
 
KF23 .J8647
Intellectual Property, Competition, and the Internet
 
 
Oversight and Government Reform
KF23 .O9427
Federal Workforce, U.S. Postal Service, and Labor Policy
 
KF23 .O9433
Government Organization, Efficiency, and Financial Management
 
KF23 .O9436
Health Care, District of Columbia, Census, and the National Archives
 
KF23 .O9464
National Security, Homeland Defense, and Foreign Operations
 
KF23 .O947
Regulatory Affairs, Stimulus Oversight, and Government Spending
 
KF23 .O948
TARP, Financial Services, and Bailouts of Public and Private Programs
 
KF23 .O9484
Technology, Information Policy, Intergovernmental Relations, and Procurement Reform
 
 
Asia and Eurasia, Africa, Pacific area, and Antarctica: Civil law table (5000 nos.)
KL-KWX4 4812.W65
Women prisoners TABLE K12
 
 
Table for other Library of Congress special collections
M15 .B68
Burt Boyar Collection of Sammy Davis, Jr. Biographical Materials
 
M15 .H67
Music from the Bob Hope Collection
 
M15 .P37
Florence Parr-Gere Papers
 
M15 .W53
 
 
Table for language (73-599)
[P-PZ1b 501-561]
Prosody. Metrics. Rhytmics CANCEL
 
[P-PZ1b 501-561]
Prosody. Metrics. Rhythmics
 
 
Table for journalism, by region or country (20 nos.)
PN1 14.I554
 
PN1 14.R295

Learning Objective

  1. Read an example of the classification rhetorical mode.

Types of Higher Education Programs

Today’s students have many choices when it comes to pursuing a degree: four-year programs, two-year programs, large or small classroom settings, and even daytime or evening classes. With all the different options to consider, potential students should learn about the different types of colleges so they can find a school that best fits their personality, budget, and educational goals.

One type of higher education program for students to consider is a liberal arts college. These schools tend to be small in size and offer a range of undergraduate degrees in subjects like English, history, psychology, and education. Students may choose a liberal arts college if they want a more intimate classroom setting rather than large lecture-style classes. Students may also consider a liberal arts college if they want to gain knowledge from a variety of disciplines, rather than focus on a single area of study. Many liberal arts schools are privately owned, and some have religious affiliations. Liberal arts schools can come with a hefty price tag, and their high cost presents an obstacle for students on a tight budget; moreover, while some students might appreciate a liberal arts school’s intimate atmosphere, others might encounter a lack of diversity in the student body. Still, students seeking a well-rounded education in the humanities will find liberal arts colleges to be one option.

Universities, another type of higher education program, offer both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Usually universities are larger than colleges and can accommodate tens of thousands of students in many different majors and areas of study. A large student body means that class sizes are often larger, and some classes may be taught by graduate students rather than professors. Students will feel at home at a university if they want a focused academic program and state-of-the-art research facilities. While some universities are private, many are public, which means they receive funding from the government, so tuition is more affordable and some even offer discounted in-state tuition for state residents. Also, universities attract many international students, so those looking for a variety of campus cultural groups and clubs will appreciate a greater sense of diversity among the student body. Universities can be overwhelming for some, but they are the right fit for students who seek research opportunities and academic studies, especially in the fields of mathematics and science.

Community college is a type of higher education program popular with students on a limited budget who want to take college courses but may not know what they want to major in. Most schools offer degrees after two years of study, usually an associate’s degree that prepares students to enter the work force; many students choose to study at a community college for two years and then transfer to a four-year college to complete their undergraduate degree. Like liberal arts schools, classes are small and allow instructors to pay more attention to their students. Community college allows students to live at home rather than in a dormitory, which also keeps costs down. While some young people might not like the idea of living at home for school, many adults choose to attend community college so they can advance their education while working and living with their families.

Online universities are another type of higher education program that are gaining popularity as technology improves. These schools offer many of the same degree programs as traditional liberal arts colleges and universities. Unlike traditional programs, which require students to attend classes and lectures, online universities offer greater academic flexibility and are a great option for students wishing to pursue a degree while still working full time. At online universities, students access course materials, such as video lectures and assessments, remotely using a personal computer and are able to speed up or slow down their progress to complete their degree at their own pace. Students may attend classes in the comfort of their own home or a local library, but students hoping for the social community of higher education might not enjoy this aspect of higher education.

With so many colleges and universities to choose from, it may be difficult for a student to narrow down his or her selection, but once a student knows what he or she is looking for, the process may become much easier. It is very important for students to learn about the different types of higher education programs available before making their selections.

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