A shelfmark (sometimes also called a classmark) is a number and text combination assigned to a book or other item on the basis of the Dewy Decimal Classification scheme.
The shelfmark is printed on a label on the spine of the book and determines where the book is located in the library; the first part, which consists of numbers, indicates the subject area of the book; the second part, consisting of letters, refers to the author's or editor's surname (and sometimes to the subject of the book, if it is a biography).
Calle, S. (2007) Take care of yourself. Arles: Actes Sud.
|667.2||Dyes & dyeing|
|745.4||Design and pattern|
|746.920904||20th century fashion|
This page will help you find useful books for fashion and textiles in the Sheppard Library .
Always check the location of the book you find on Library Search. Although most art and design books are shelved in the Basement, some related subjects may also be found on other floors in the Sheppard Library.
|680.68||Running a workshop|
|739.2||Work in precious metals|
|739.274||Jewellery making techniques|
|739.278||Types of jewellery (eg rings)|
|739.3||Clocks & watches|
|745.09||Crafts in various countries|
|745.2||Industrial art & design|
|745.209||Design by country|
|745.4||Applied design & decoration|
|745.409||History of design|
|745.58||Handicrafts: beads etc|