Answered By: Kathryn Ray Last Updated: Sep 08, 2017 Views: 402
"AU Stacks" means the book shelves on the Lower Level, Second and Third Floor. "Available" books located in the AU Stacks may be checked out.
Please note: AU-WCL means that the book is in the Washington College of Law's Pence Law Library.
The AU Library uses the Library of Congress Classification scheme which groups books by subject. The call "numbers" begin with 1,2, or 3 letters followed by numbers. Books are shelved by subject (letter), according to their classification. Most classification numbers consist of three parts:
KF alpha - indicates the general subject area 1500 whole number - indicates the specific subject area .W53 decimal - identifies the specific book
AU Stacks Directory:
Call numbers N and TR = Lower Level
Call numbers A through H = Second Floor
Call numbers J through Z = Third Floor (except N + TR)