Library Questions and Answers (Q&A)

Are you looking for a dedicated database having a wide variety of library questions and answers online? Your search ends... Read More at ProProfs Discuss. It is an extensive set of individual questions and answers on library intended for improving your general knowledge as well as for indulging in specific learning. At ProProfs Discuss, you will get the best answers on library. At the same time, you can contribute by providing answers about library questions that other users ask.

Become an active contributor to one of the largest library q & a library on the internet. ProProfs Discuss enables you to widen your knowledge base with multiple answers to a single question so that you can choose the best library answer. It is also a platform where you can interact with like-minded individuals as you indulge in a series of library q&a.

When we are finding the positive and negative effects of advertising on American culture, we shall definitely write the text like "Positive AND Negative effects of advertising" or "Positive OR Negative effects of advertising".

4 Answers

Libraries use a system called the dewey decimal system to put books into a specific order and label them so that they are easy to find when someone is looking for a specific book. This system was first used by Melvil Dewey in 1876. It has been revised and expanded as the years have gone...

3 Answers

Easy: Materials geared to non-reading children to emerging new readers. Birth -1st grade2. Juvenile: Material geared to elementry school students who can read on their own. 2nd grade - 5th grade3. Teen: Material geared to middle school students. 6th grade - 9th grade4. Adult: Material geared for...

3 Answers

(C) Library of Alexandria.

Library of the Alexandria or ancient library of Alexandria in modern-day Egypt was the first ever library of the world.

3 Answers

Dale Brown, Dan Brown, Rita Mae Brown, Sandra Brown, Jill Conner Browne, Marie Browning

You should first look at the last name: Brown would come before Browne or Browning. Then look at the first name and put first names alphabetically. Middle names would only be considered if the first...

3 Answers

Easy: Materials geared to non-reading children to emerging new readers. Birth -1st grade
Juvenile: Material geared to elementry school students who can read on their own. 2nd grade - 5th grade
Teen: Material geared to middle school students. 6th grade - 9th grade
Adult: Material...

3 Answers

False

Each of these descriptors are directional guides to tell us that the fictional material should be filled in the: TEEN Teen section LT Large Print section CD Audio CD section E Easy childrens fiction J Juvenile fiction

2 Answers

A keyword can appear anywhere in the citation, article, or a part of the record that comes up as your result.
2. A subject is a category or topic assigned to a book or article when it is placed in a database.
3. All of the above.

2 Answers

Whenever you go to the library, you may be trying to find a book fast. You don’t want to pull out every book off the shelves to inspect it. Instead, you may just look at the spine. It is common for people to like one type of book over another one. For instance, some people like fiction...

2 Answers

At my school library, the understanding among students is that books shelved among "Biographies" have a B or BIO on their label, while books shelved with a number on the spine are understood to be among "Non-fiction" or "Informational" books. So when answering this question, I tried to put...

2 Answers

Loading, please wait...

Email Sent
We have sent an email to your address "" with instructions to reset your password.