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The following subclasses of the Library of Congress Classification Outline (L) allow for more precise browsing of the library's Education collection, housed in the Norlin Library stacks. Click on the classification outline link above for specific call numbers and topics within each subclass.
|Class L||Education (General)|
|Subclass LA||History of education|
|Subclass LB||Theory and practice of education|
|Subclass LC||Special aspects of education|
|Subclass LD||Individual institutions - United States|
|Subclass LE||Individual institutions - America (except United States)|
|Subclass LF||Individual institutions - Europe|
|Subclass LG||Individual institutions - Asia, Africa, Indian Ocean islands, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific islands|
|Subclass LH||College and school magazines and papers|
|Subclass LJ||Student fraternities and societies, United States|
|PZ||Children's literature (fiction)|
|Various||Children's non-fiction books are frequently located in PASCAL storage|
For information about teaching and learning in the content areas you will need to browse the specific Library of Congress class for the content area you are investigating.
|Class Q||Science General|
|QH||Natural history biology|
|QH315||Biology study and teaching|
Many other Library of Congress classifications are connected to education, schools, or the cognitive and social practices of teaching and learning. Here are just a few.
|BF176-176.5||Psychological tests and testing|
|BF309-499||Consciousness. Cognition. Including learning, attention, comprehension, memory, imagination, genius, intelligence, thought and thinking, psycholinguistics, mental fatigue|
|BF608-635||Will. Volition. Choice. Control|
|HM711-806||Groups and organizations|