Why do libraries use DDC System to classify books?

3 Answers

  • 9 years ago
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    Today libraries want to save time. It is faster for libraries to do copy cataloging rather than do all their own system and original cataloging. DDC is easy to learn, has been around for a hundred years, and over 50 countries use it.

    It allows books on the same subject to be together which is how most users want it.

    Source(s): librarian since 1974
  • 9 years ago

    Because it is about the only system that enables librarians to categorize huge collections like you find in libraries, and yet give each book its unique number.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    you're able to comprehend and clarify the Dewey Decimal device as to a thank you to stipulate books interior the library. do a touch study and verify it out. Its no longer almost the internet catalog.

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