Group tag: classification
librarians, catalogers, archivists, students... or anyone else who wants to talk about metadata, tagging, FRBR, library 2.0, social software, cataloging, and, of course, LibraryThing!
When to combine? When not to combine? How the #!% did they get combined? Welcome to an Anarchists' Convention ... "World domination through work combination!" -- Tim, March 5, 2007 Rules for…
Welcome one and all! The Challenge: Read a book from every Dewey Decimal category. This sounds like fun! How do I start? There's a list of the categories here. You can find the Dewey Decimal numbers…
Discussing the multitudinous ways to organize your book collection through tags.
I wanted to make a sister challenge to the Dewey Decimal Challenge since the two classifications are so different. How many books have you read from each Library of Congress subject area? Sort your…
I hereby invite you to join the Open Shelves Classification (OSC), a free, "humble," modern, open-source, crowd-sourced replacement for the Dewey Decimal System. Much of the work here is being done…
Down with Dewey. LibraryThing is now ready to create a free, open-source, modern, crowdsourced replacement for that peculiar, trademarked, copyrighted fossil that is the Dewey Decimal System®. This…
This group is for those of us who catalog for a living AND who use LibraryThing.
A place to discuss all things related to LibraryThing's crowd-sourced Melvil Dewey System. (If there is another group for this, let me know. I couldn't find one.)
Ever envied "real" libraries for their completeness? Ever wanted to show off to the world just how well-rounded your collection is? Then this challenge is for you! The goal is simple--collect as many…
The group is intended to bring readers and researchers of Information Retrieval, Semantic Web and Knowledge Engineering. Members of the group are expected to help out each other by answering…
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