I know I've spoken with most of you, but here's a handy reminder about the articles on reserve (located in the manila envelopes underneath the ASL videos).
The call numbers are kind of strange -- they should be seven letters long.
- First three letters are the first three letters of the author's last name
- Last four letters are the first letters of the first four words in the title
For example, the article "Trade Liberalization and Economic Development" by Jomo Kwame Sundaram is labeled SUNTLAE. I'm not expecting you to remember this, of course -- I just wanted to explain why the naming system is so wonky.
IN SHORT: article call numbers are (essentially) alphabetical by author's last name. When in doubt, search by author.
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