LOCATION CODE TABLE

Audiovisual: Refers to video recordings, cassette tapes, slides, computer software, and film strips. The AV Collection is housed on the first floor of the library, directly in front of the Periodical Collection.
Career Services: Items identified as Career Services are housed in the Career Center in the basement of Hamlin Student Center. They are primarily career oriented books and materials.
CL:
(CL Easy Readers
CL J Fiction
CL J Non-fiction
CL Young Adult
CL Non-fiction
CL Textbooks)

The Curriculum Lab is located towards the back of the second floor, in the southwest corner of the building. This section of the library is specifically designed to house materials for education majors.
Electronic Media: This location refers to streaming videos from PBS, accessed via NCLIVE. The NCLIVE Video Collection is a collection of more than 370 high quality documentary and educational video programs produced for the Public Broadcasting Corporation (PBS). The videos are viewable from any computer running Flash Player version 9 or higher with a relatively good Internet connection (at least 175 Kbps; however, it is not possible to view the videos over a dial-up Internet line).
English Department: This location refers to items in the English Department collection, located on the second floor of Hines Hall.
Fiction: The Fiction section is on the second floor of the library, next to the stairwell.
General Collection: Books in the General Collection are found in the stacks on the second floor. They represent the majority of our circulating collection.
Government Docs (CDs): The library houses a collection of CD-ROMs produced by the U.S. government. They are located in file cabinets adjacent to the Reference Collection on the first floor of the library.
Government Docs (microfiche): This location refers to a collection of government documents in microfiche format. They are housed in cabinets iadjacent to the Reference Collection on the first floor of the library.
Index: Paper indexes are located on index tables in the middle of the first floor. They do not circulate.
Internet Site: The online catalog contains records for selected internet sites that the library staff has found to be informative and useful. There will be a link in these records that takes you directly to the site.
Maps: This location refers to a collection of country, state, and topographical maps that are housed near the Reference Collection on the first floor of the library.
Music Library Scores:
Music Library Recordings
This location refers to materials such as scores, music records and compact disks, that are found in the Roma Hackney Music Building.
New Books: The New Books collection is composed of selected titles on the fiction and nonfiction New York Times Best Seller Hardcover lists. Titles in this collection are shelved across from the reference desk on the first floor near the front door.
North Carolina Collection: The North Carolina Collection includes books written by NC authors. It is located next to the stairwell on the first floor.
Periodicals: "Periodicals" refers to the library's collection of journals, magazines, and newspapers. They can be found in two separate areas in three different formats: paper, microfiche, and microfilm. Periodicals in paper are located on the first floor of the library. Periodicals in microfiche and microfilm are located in the northwest corner of the library on the second floor. Periodicals do not circulate.
Professional Development: Resources in the Professional Development Collection are located on an index table adjacent to the reference desk on the first floor of the library. The items in this collection circulate only for Barton College faculty and staff.
Reference: Books in Reference are found in the stacks on the first floor, near the Circulation/Reference Desk. They do not circulate.
Reserves: Resources in the Reserves Collection are located behind the circulation desk on the first floor. These may consist of either library materials or personal materials that an instructor has requested be put on reserve for a particular class, usually for a limited amount of time. Some reserve items, however, remain on permanent reserve. Reserve items must be checked out, and barring a few exceptions, they must only be used in the library.
Science Building: This location refers to items in the Moye Science Building library.
State Docs (microfiche): This location refers to North Carolina state publications in microfiche format. They can be found in one of the microfiche cabinets adjacent to the Reference Collection on the first floor of the library.
Student Success: The Student Success collection is located in the Student Success Center in the basement of Hamlin Student Center. This collection includes both books and audiovisual materials.

Last updated January 15, 2010