“They’re all writers” : teaching peer tutoring in the elementary writing center
Jennifer Sanders and Rebecca L. Damron
Submitter: We are a University library, dedicated to Education curriculum and teaching methods. This title and subject are perfect for our students who are preparing to become teachers in the K-12 system. Unfortunately, someone needs to go over filing rules with the jobber who catalogued and processed this. Our call numbers use the first two letters of the author’s last name and the first letter of the title. Apparently “ counts as a letter now. I wonder if it files after @ but before *. Off to our in-house cataloguer for fixing and reprocessing.
Holly: I’m curious to know if this style of call number is standard practice anywhere else? Was it auto-generated and the computer didn’t know any better, or did someone purposely choose ” instead of T. Cataloging fail of a really useful new book, for sure.