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Yes, it is o.k. to direct the students to the URL.  It is open access.
I'm assuming that the availablity of one chapter will not keep them from
buying the book ;-)

--Arlene

On Mon, 22 Aug 2005, Bloss, Marjorie wrote:

> Dear Arlene:
>
> Thank you so very much for keeping us informed of your revisions.  You
> have done such a wonderful job keeping "Wynar"up-to-date. You deserve a
> huge thank you from the library community -- students, faculty, and
> practicing librarians.
>
> I am assuming it's all right to direct my students to the URL you give
> below, isn't it?  If not, I certainly won't jump the gun by doing so.
>
> I hope your summer has been a good one -- a good mix of work and
> relaxation.
>
> Cordially,
>
> Marjorie
>
> Marjorie E. Bloss, Visiting Instructor
> Graduate School of Library & Information Science
> Dominican University
> 7900 West Division Street
> River Forest, IL  60305
> 708-524-6468 (voice)
> 708-524-6657 (fax)
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> From: Discussion List for issues related to cataloging & metadata education & training on behalf of Arlene Taylor
> Sent: Mon 8/22/2005 11:46 AM
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> Subject: update of chapter about DDC
>
>
>
> Hello Cataloging Educators,
>
> This message is for those who use my textbook: Wynar's Introduction to
> Cataloging and Classification, revised 9th ed.  I have finished the
> manuscript for the 10th ed., which will revert to its original title:
> Introduction to Cataloging and Classification.  It will not be published
> in time for use this year, however.  (The detail that has to be checked
> and rechecked to make such a book as error-free as possible is very
> labor-intensive and time-consuming.)  The chapter in the revised 9th ed.
> that is the most out of date is the Dewey one, since it talks about DDC21,
> and DDC22 has been available for awhile now.  Therefore, I have placed a
> pdf of my manuscript for the new chapter on my Web site:
>
> http://www.pitt.edu/~agtaylor/articles/ICC10DeweyChapter.pdf
>
> Because I have rearranged chapters for the 10th ed., this chapter is now
> numbered 15.  (At the suggestion of several of the book's users, and
> because I myself teach subject headings before classification, I have
> rearranged the chapters accordingly.  I have also placed the authority
> control section right after the chapters covering AACR2.)
>
> I hope this will be helpful.
>
> --Arlene
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> Department of Library and Information Science
> School of Information Sciences
> University of Pittsburgh  **  Pittsburgh, PA  15260
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