The following are the Dewey Shelf numbers relevant for TV and Media Production and Related Subjects.
771 Techniques, equipment & materials
772 Metallic salt processes
773 Pigment processes of printing
776 Computer art (Digital art)
777 Cinematography and videography
778 Specific fields & kinds of photography
779 Photographic images
790 Recreational and performing arts
791 Public performances
791.4 Motion Pictures, radio , television
792 Stage presentations
At the IT Carlow campus library the book collections are divided into three categories. The General Lending book collection from 001—699 is located on the ground floor (Stack 1-11) with the 700s—900s located on the first floor (Stack 21). Items from this collection can be borrowed for a loan period of one week.
The Short Loan collection is located on the ground floor (Stack 11). This collection contains items that are in high demand and can be borrowed for a period up to 48 hours.
The Reference collection is located on the first floor (Stack 22-23) and contains items such as dictionaries, encyclopaedias, directories, audio-visual material and handbooks. This collection also holds textbooks that are in high demand and are for library use only.
On the Library homepage the default search on the Quick Search Menu is a SIMPLE search. This search can be used to research a topic if you do not have a specific author or title in mind. Click the SEARCH button to execute the search. The list of results will be sorted by relevancy.
When you click on a result, the full item details of that item are displayed. These include author, title, publisher, edition, description, the general subject area and shelf number location.
For more advanced searching options, link into the "click here " option. This links you to the "Advanced Search" screen, which allows you to complete a variety of combination searches using options such as keywords, author, title and shelf number. You can also limit your results by item type, publication date range as well as library location.
For more information on searching the library catalogue, please see our LibGuide Using the Library Web Catalogue.