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Technical Writing  

The following guide is a selective webliography designed to guide students in finding information on the different aspects of technical writing
Last Updated: Sep 14, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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LC Classification

Library of Congress Classification used here 

When looking for books in the F. D. Bluford Library it is good to remember that we use the Library of Congress (LC) Classification System. Call numbers in the LC Classification System use a mix of letters and numbers but always start with one, two, or three letters.

Resources on technical writing can be found in the Reference Area and the Stacks.

If you want to browse the shelves in the library you may want to start at:

HF 1-9960 Commerce
5721 Commercial Correspondence

Communication in Management

PE 1-3729 English Language
1115 Business English
 1475 Technical English
Q 1-385 Science (General)
223 Communication in Science


Technology (General)


Technical Writing



How to Read a Call Number

This video comes from the University of Arkansas, and tells how to read a Library of Congress call number, the same system of organization that the F. D. Bluford Library uses.

Source: University of Arkansas Libraries. (2008) How to Read a Library of Congress Call Number. [video]. Retrieved 2009 from


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