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This special studies was the practical application (in a "laboratory") of what has been learned in several library science courses. The laboratory consisted of shelf after shelf of unclassified books arranged in no order and covering fields from physical education to American literature. The collection had to be evaluated, generally organized, classified, lettered and reshelved. Later, author, title, and shelf-list cards will be made. From a hodge-podge of books with limited value because of lack of organization, this collection has become a useful library. No longer will one have to search for a book through every shelf only to find that it has been loaned or lost. With an organized arrangement, a book may be located immediately or accounted for it it is not there, since each book has a specific location.
Rayfield, Marty, ""Laboratory Work" in Library Science" (1967). Honors Theses. 303.