Library of Congress Classification System
PCC Library uses the Library of Congress classification system to organize its collections. The Library of Congress classification system is used by libraries to organize books and other materials according to subject. Each major subject area is represented by a letter.
View the Library of Congress Classification Outline to get a more detailed breakdown of each subject area. This outline is also posted in various places throughout the 2nd floor of the library.
- A -- GENERAL WORKS
- B -- PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY. RELIGION
- C -- AUXILIARY SCIENCES OF HISTORY
- D -- HISTORY (GENERAL) AND HISTORY OF EUROPE
- E -- HISTORY: AMERICA
- F -- HISTORY: AMERICA
- G -- GEOGRAPHY. ANTHROPOLOGY. RECREATION
- H -- SOCIAL SCIENCES
- J -- POLITICAL SCIENCE
- K -- LAW
- L -- EDUCATION
- M -- MUSIC AND BOOKS ON MUSIC
- N -- FINE ARTS
- P -- LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
- Q -- SCIENCE
- R -- MEDICINE
- S -- AGRICULTURE
- T -- TECHNOLOGY
- U -- MILITARY SCIENCE
- V -- NAVAL SCIENCE
- Z -- BIBLIOGRAPHY. LIBRARY SCIENCE
Library of Congress call numbers begin with letters of the alphabet. The letter or combination of letters identify the subject of the work. Each letter or group of letters is in turn followed by more combinations of letters and numbers which serve to further break down the broad subject in very narrow subject areas.
The call number also functions as an address, giving an exact location for each item in the library. You can find the call number for a title owned by the library by searching the online library catalog.
Call number breakdown: RC 1210 .P45 2005
The title of this book is Concepts of Athletic Training, and the author is Ronald P. Pfeiffer.