Find below link to listing of new material added to the Library stock in the last month (28 days) broken down by Dewey classification.
|All new material||All|
|Generalities (inc. computing, information science)||001-099|
|Philosophy & psychology||100-199|
|Natural sciences & mathematics||500-599|
|Technology (applied sciences)||600-699|
|The arts, music, recreation and sport||700-799|
|– The arts||700-779|
|– Recreation and sport||790-799|
|Geography & history||900-999|
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