Answered By: Emma Sansby Last Updated: 10 May, 2016 Views: 26
It means you'll find it in the Teaching Resources Collection.
We use two classification systems in the library. The main one is called 'Bliss' - Bliss shelfmarks are predominantly made up of letters, and sometimes include one or two numbers. The other system we use, only in our Teaching Resources Collection, is called 'Dewey Decimal'. Dewey Decimal shelfmarks only contain numbers and often include a decimal point, like 942.8. So, if a shelfmark is completely made up of numbers it means you'll find it in the Teaching Resources Collection.