Jacob Lawrence, The Library, 1960, tempera on fiberboard, 24 x 29 7/8" (60.9 x 75.8 cm),
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C., https://americanart.si.edu/collections/search/artwork/?id=14376.
Our library uses the Library of Congress Call Number Classification System to organize our books. If you know a little bit about what the call numbers stand for, you can browse the stacks more efficiently.
Here are some relevant call numbers for Art Education students and what they represent, particularly noting the ranges related to teaching within the arts and crafts.
N - Visual Arts
N 81-390 - Study and teaching. Research
NA - Architecture
NA 2000-2320 - Study and teaching. Research
NB - Sculpture
NB 1120-1133 - Study and teaching. Research
NC - Drawing, Design, Illustration
NC 390-670 - Study and teaching
ND - Painting
ND 1115-1120 - Study and teaching
NE - Print Media
NE 970-973 - Study and teaching
NK - Decorative Arts
NX - Arts in General
NX 280-410 - Study and teaching. Research
Click here for a more thorough explanation of the Art call numbers.
L - Education (General)
LA - History of Education
LB - Theory and Practice of Education
LC - Special Aspects of Education
LD - Individual Institutions - United States
LE - Individual Institutions - America (except United States)
LF - Individual Institutions - Europe
LG - Individual Institutions - Asia, Africa, Indian Ocean islands, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands
LH - College and School Magazines and Papers
LG - Student Fraternities and Societies, United States
LT - Textbooks
Click here for a more thorough explanation of the Education call numbers.
TR - Photography
TT - Handicrafts. Arts and Crafts
TT 161-170.7 - Manual training. School shops
Click here for a more thorough explanation of the Technology call numbers (look to TR and TT specifically).