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ETL505,
BIBLIOGRAPHIC
STANDARDS
IN
EDUCATION
ASSIGNMENT
2B
Assessment item 2B: Subject access: classification
Value: 35% Due date: 08-Oct-2012 Return date: 29-Oct-2012
Submission method options
EASTS (online)
Task
Using DDC23/WebDewey in conjunction with section 3, Classification in SCIS
standards for cataloguing and data entry, create SCIS standard classification numbers
for the ten items provided below. Do not add any locational devices or make any
adaptations which are individual library practices
Show the process by which you reached your answers by setting out your working by
which you determined your answer. Create the full Dewey number, then truncate it, if
necessary, to SCIS classification standards
Include a reference list of tools and works used. In particular you must clearly
state whether you used the online (Web Dewey) or print version of DDC23.
State briefly the decisions followed in determining/deriving the subject headings
(approximately 200 words per item). Provide a reference list of tools used and works
consulted.
Example exercise
Always use a clear and concise approach that describes how you reached your answer
(i.e. setting out your working for reaching the answer)
Please refer to the example Raising goats for their wool by Patrick Leary provided in
the ETL505 Subject Outline
If you use WebDewey, concisely describe the searches performed plus the links,
instructions and SCIS decisions followed to construct your classification number.
For example:
• Performed search for keyword ‘xyz’.
• Followed link on number 567.89.
• Under the number 123.456 observed note: ‘Class at 234.567…’.
Rationale
This assessment task assesses your practical understanding and application of
bibliographic classification.
Marking criteria
The assignment will be assessed on:
◦ How accurately you have applied DDC rules and SCIS decisions (20 marks).
◦ How clearly you have described the determination of the classification
numbers including, where appropriate, the number building process used (15
marks).
◦ The clarity of your presentation (marks can be deducted from above).
ETL505,
BIBLIOGRAPHIC
STANDARDS
IN
EDUCATION
ASSIGNMENT
2B
Exercises
for
Assignment
2B
1. Italian
violin
music
of
the
seventeenth
century.
2. A
documentary
on
the
growing
and
use
of
hedges
to
separate
fields
on
farms
in
Kent
in
England.
3. An
annotated
bibliography
of
historical
novels
written
for
children
by
American
authors
in
the
19th
Century.
4. A
journal
which
focuses
on
economic
relations
between
Indonesia
and
Australia.
5. A
biography
of
George
Speight
which
focuses
on
the
coup
d’etat
he
lead
in
Fiji
in
2000.
6. A
collection
of
famous
Russian
speeches
from
the
seventeenth
century
to
the
twentieth
century
(translated
into
English).
7. A
work
on
the
ecology
of
birds
that
live
on
coastal
sand
dunes.
The
work
takes
a
global
perspective.
8. A
set
of
readers
with
controlled
vocabulary
designed
for
upper
primary
students
(ages
10
to
13)
who
are
learning
English
as
a
second
language.
The
stories
are
fictional.
9. A
film
based
on
a
New
Zealand
play
called
Here
come
the
Kiwis!
The
play
was
written
in
the
1960s
and
the
film
version
was
produced
in
2004.
The
film
has
the
same
title
as
the
play.
10. A
pictorial
atlas
tracing
the
exploration
of
the
coast
of
Western
Australia
from
1500
to
1788.

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