Generally, the category of works we call "reference" includes almanacs, bibliographies, dictionaries, directories, encyclopedias, guidebooks, handbooks, indexes, manuals, yearbooks—materials we "refer" to rather than read entirely. Go to these for definitions, formulas, codes, standards, and topic overviews or background information.
Books about logistics, supply chain management, materials handling, warehouse management, and related topics are not all together in one area, but may be found in several different call number areas--mainly the HD, HF, HV, KF, and TS sections of the library shelving area (the stacks).
The Library of Congress Classification call number chart below shows where you might browse in the stacks to find books related to your courses.
When searching for a book on a particular topic, you may find it more efficient to go to the library web search to find exact call numbers for specific titles you want to use. Remember that you can ask a reference librarian to assist you with your research, in person in the library, by telephone or online.
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Titles are in call number order:
for searching only the titles devoted to business
for searching only the Business & Management Section of ORO
Online, full-text Electronics books accessible from on or off campus