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Call Number Locations in Bizzell


When trying to find items in Bizzell Memorial Library, use the following location chart as a guide:

Library of Congress Classification Dewey Decimal Classification
A-D Lower Level 1 000 - 331.880 Deck 1
E-G Main Floor 331.881 - 351.6 Deck 2
H-HS 2nd Floor - East 351.7 - 378.759 Deck 3
HT-PN 3999 3rd Floor - West 378.76 - 808.7 Deck 4
PN 4000 - QA 3rd Floor - East 808.8 - 999
Deck 5
QB - R 4th Floor - West Biographies Deck 5
RA - Z 4th Floor - East
Separate Collections  
Bass Business History Collection
Cable Study Room (414 NW)
Boorstin Collection
Lower Level 2 - West
Children's Collection
Lower Level 1 - East
Current Periodicals
4th Floor - West
Government Documents
4th Floor - East
Helmerich Collaborative Learning Center
Lower Level 1 - West
History of Science Collections
Cable Study Room (414 NW)
Microform Readers
4th Floor - West
Nichols Rare Books and Special Collections
Cable Study Room (414 NW)
Other Library Services
 
Bookmark Cafe
Lower Level 1 - West
Classrooms

South Enterance - 100, 102, 104
2nd Floor - 225, 233
3rd Floor - 324
4th Floor - 418

Computer Labs
IT Lab - 130
CAS Lab - 118A
Group Study Rooms
3rd Floor: 306, 310, 314A, 314B, 317, 321
LL1: LL108 A-E, G, J & L
LL2: Sarkeys Room
Reserves, Textbooks, Laptops, AV
Circulation Desk - Main Floor
Research Assistance
Research Help Desk - Main Floor
 


Each type of call number is shelved differently within the building. Until you become familiar with where items are housed within Bizzell, you can get help finding materials in any of the following ways:

  • Pick up a "call number locator" bookmark at either the circulation desk or the reference (information) desk. It lists call number ranges and on which floor these call numbers may be found.
  • Ask any library employee for assistance.
  • Look at the signs at each stairwell landing listing the call number ranges and services located on that floor.

Each branch library is laid out differently so you may want to take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the layout of the library during your first visit. Each library has employees that can help you find materials.


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