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classification system for libraries of Judaica

David H. Elazar

classification system for libraries of Judaica

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Published by University Press of America, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, Center for Jewish Community Studies in Lanham, [Jerusalem ; Philadelphia] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Classification -- Books -- Judaism.,
  • Classification -- Books -- Jews.,
  • Judaism -- Bibliography -- Methodology.,
  • Jews -- Bibliography -- Methodology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid H. Elazar and Daniel J. Elazar.
    ContributionsElazar, Daniel Judah.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ697.J53 E42 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 214 p. :
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2525020M
    ISBN 100819165832
    LC Control Number88000082

    Please put returned books on the stand next to the sign out book. To help you locate books in the TBS Library, the committee has substantially cataloged and entered our collection in the public web site. We are using the Elazar Jewish Classification System for book tagging during the cataloging and shelving process.


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Librarians of Jewish Libraries constantly struggle to get the right classification system. The Dewey Decimal Classification system is missing so many basic categories for Jewish books.

This book is only comprehensive Jewish Cataloging system in existence. I love it!Cited by: 2. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elazar, David H. Classification system for libraries of Judaica.

Detroit, Wayne State University Libraries, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elazar, David H. Classification system for libraries of Judaica. Ramat Gan, Israel: Turtledove Pub., ©, printing. Librarians of Jewish Libraries constantly struggle to get the right classification system.

The Dewey Decimal Classification system is missing so many basic categories for Jewish books. This book is only comprehensive Jewish Cataloging system in existence. I love it!/5. Weine Classification Scheme for Judaica Libraries 3 z Prizes (Except book awards) z General bibliographies z Jewish and other subject bibliographies (Includes "Jewish Book Annual") z Directories z Library science z Judaica libraries z Library associations z Library personnelFile Size: KB.

LRTS 56(3) Library Classification Systems and Organization of Islamic Knowledge usage of classification systems to organize the Islamic knowl - edge in Author: Haroon Idrees. A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica / Edition 3 by David H.

Elazar, Daniel J. Elazar, Rachel K. Glasser, Rita B. Frischer David H. Elazar | Read ReviewsPrice: $   The Weine Classification Scheme, originally developed by Judaica librarian Mae Weine in the s, is based on the Dewey Decimal Classification system and is intended to assist primarily small Judaica libraries organize their collections.

It can be modified or extended by individual libraries to suit their needs. Book check outs are for the legth of one month. The library uses the Elazar Classification System for Libraries of Judaica, a call-number system like the Dewey Decimal System but based on Jewish thought, concepts, and terminology.

Young children’s books are grouped by subject—look for the colored dot system posted on the wall in the library. Print Publications. The Jewish Library Handbook edited by Joyce Levine ().A practical guide for synagogue, school, and community center libraries. The Weine Classification Scheme and Relative Index: for Judaica Libraries 9th ed.

by Association of Jewish Libraries and Joel Tuchman (), a classification system used in many small synagogue libraries, is available for free.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(67). Friedus System; classification system used in the Jewish Division of the New York Public Classification system for libraries of Judaica book.

Bloch, Weine, Mae. Weine Classification System for Judaica Libraries. (Extension of Dewey) 6th ed. NY, AJL, "A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica" by David and Daniel Elazar.

It's designed specifically for small to larger Judaica libraries, set up the way Judaism developed and grew and the way Jewish educators and rabbis think -- so that patrons usually can find what they are looking for on the shelves easily enough, without having to.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Weine classification scheme for Judaica libraries by Mae Weine,Synagogue, School and Center Division, Association of Jewish Libraries edition, in English - Pages:   Buy A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica by David H.

Elazar, Daniel J. Elazar from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Book Edition: 3rd Edition.

The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them.

Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and. An Introduction to Judaica Librarianship, Part II: Classification, Cataloging & Automation Rachel r Description: This session of the Freshman Seminar II will include an explanation of the MARC record and an overview of the different classification systems for a Judaic library (Library of Congress, Dewey, Weine, and Elazar).

A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica Elazar’s global perspective on the Jewish world may be traced to his first job as Librarian for the United Hebrew Schools of Detroit, an exemplary Jewish supplementary educational system headed by his father Albert Elazar, a leading Jewish educator in school systems throughout the American Midwest.

This review of the literature on A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica by Elazar provides a brief history of the System along with a summary of its basic functionality. The Development, Use, and Revision of A Classification Scheme for Special Libraries of Judaica {originally published in Technicalities, vol.

18, no. 10, November/December }. Elazar, David H. The making of a classification scheme for libraries of Judaica 66th IFLA Council and General Conference Jerusalem, Israel, August {from the.

AN ALPHA-LISTING OF THE BOOKS AND RESOURCES IN THE TEMPLE ISRAEL LIBRARY ACCORDING TO THE ELAZAR CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM* * Elazar, David H., Daniel Judah Elazar, Rachel K. Glasser, and Rita B. Frischer. A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica. Northvale, N.J.: Jason Aronson, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER.

A book is a medium for recording information in the form of writing or images, typically composed of many pages (made of papyrus, parchment, vellum, or paper) bound together and protected by a cover.

The technical term for this physical arrangement is codex (plural, codices).In the history of hand-held physical supports for extended written compositions or records, the codex. Judaica Libraries and Archives on the Web (Bibliomaven) American Judaica Collections, partspart 3, part 4 - A series of articles by librarian Daniel D.

Stuhlman; Classification for Jewish Libraries; Elazar's Classification System for Libraries of Judaica - About the system; if you want to use it, you'll probably need to buy the book.

A manual of classification for librarians by W. Berwick Sayers (15 copies) A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica by David H. Elazar (14 copies) Introduction to cataloging and classification by Mildred Harlow Downing (10 copies) Classification and indexing in science by B.

Vickery (10 copies). Classification. A classification system is simply a pre-established principle for organizing books and other bibliographic items. Examples are: the familiar Dewey Decimal Classification System, which is used in most school libraries and public libraries.

the Library of Congress classification system, used in most university and research libraries. Thus some of the subject category sources may also be used in usage elements identified for classification scheme source codes, if appropriate Daniel J.

A classification system for libraries of Judaica (Lanham, MD: University Press of America) cstud Frick Art Reference Library book classification system (New York, NY: Frick. The System. The BJ Library is organized using a classification system designed for Jewish libraries.

We use the categories and subcategories posted in the library. Use the posted number system to find a book on the shelves. Within a given number, the books are alphabetized by author’s last name. We do not have a catalogue of the collection. This paper provides an overview of the Elazar classification system for libraries of Judaica.

The authors of the scheme contend that there was and is a need for a system for libraries of Judaica to classify and arrange their collections according to Jewish concepts based upon Jewish thought and terminology. these days.

They are the Weine Classification Scheme for Judaica Libraries, now in its 8th ed. and Daniel Elazar’s A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica, now in its 3rd ed. The Weine system, developed by Mae Weine in the ’s or early 50’s, is based on Size: KB. ‘The printed schedules of the [Library of Congress] Classification so far comprise nearly fifty individual volumes for the main classes, subclasses and tables’ (Chan, a).

The LCC is essentially an enumerative classification scheme. It is used by American academic and research libraries as well as by many foreign libraries (Chan, b). The Wimbledon Synagogue (formally, Wimbledon and District Synagogue) is a synagogue in the London Borough of Wandsworth at Queensmere Road, Wimbledon Park, on the boundary with the London Borough of is a member of the Movement for Reform Judaism.

The community was established in and was based at Worple Road, Wimbledon from to Affiliation: Reform Judaism. This study can help us understand how classification systems develop and what the cognitive, philosophical, and administrative processes that lie behind them are.

KEYWORDS: classification, indexing, yeshiva libraries, Judaica classification, special libraries. Why Change to the Chinese Classification Scheme. A Case Study in an Academic Library. This is a system of library classification developed by Yung-Hsiang Lai since It is modified from “A System of Book Classification for Chinese Libraries” of Liu Guojun, which is based on the Dewey Decimal System.

The scheme is developed for Chinese books, and commonly used in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. Nippon Decimal Classification. Media Book (1,), Paper Book (1,), Audiobook (4), Ebook (2) Clouds tag cloud, author cloud, tag mirror.

About me At Congregation Or Shalom, we welcome all new members. Or Shalom is a dynamic Conservative Jewish synagogue in London Ontario, affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica Elazar's global perspective on the Jewish world may be traced to his first job as Librarian for the United Hebrew Schools of Detroit, an exemplary Jewish supplementary educational system headed by his father Albert Elazar, a leading Jewish educator in school systems throughout the American Midwest.

of Judaica. Electronic databases and CD-ROM are also available in the Judaica-Reading-Room. The following CD-ROM are available in the library, partly through internet and partly (if underlined) only in the Judaica-Reading Room: Bar Ilan's Judaic Library Bibliography of the Hebrew Book () Book of Legends.

Association of Jewish Libraries and Classification (article by Rita Frischer) Subject Headings (Bar-Ilan University's Wurzweiler Library) Judaica Libraries and Archives on the Web.

People of the (Online) Book: Jewish Texts Online by Amanda Seigel, Jewish Division, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building May 5, Here’s a brief guide to Jewish books online, including reference works, religious texts and literature.

Purpose – This paper aims to provide an alternative method of building quality collections for Jewish Studies collection development professionals in small and medium‐sized academic libraries with highly restricted budgets. Design/methodology/approach – Sources of Jewish Studies literary awards were identified and a detailed analysis of awarded books' Author: Izabella Taler.Elazar Classification System is a classification system for libraries of Judaica.

6 • Hicks and Schiller Classification Systems are two schemes specifically for law books. 7 • The National Library of Medicine (NLM) classification system is a library indexing system covering the fields of medicine and preclinical basic sciences.

8 •.To that end the Jewish Studies librarians must seek information about collection’s size, and be able to analyze collection’s strengths and weaknesses. Unfortunately, the dispersion of Jewish Studies subjects within the LC classification system, along with shelving integration in academic libraries, present a major roadblock.