296 Judaism

CDEC Schema di Classificazione

"Per conoscere i libri posseduti dalla biblioteca della Fondazione CDEC e svolgere una ricerca di tipo tematico (per es. 'ebrei in Italia', 'Shoah', 'antisemitsmo', 'personalità ebraiche'), si può consultare on line lo schema di classificazione della biblioteca con i links alle pagine del catalogo OPAC."

"To know the books owned by the CDEC Foundation library and to carry out a thematic research (eg 'Jews in Italy', 'Shoah', 'anti-Semitism', 'Jewish personalities'), you can consult online the Classification of the library with links to the OPAC catalog pages. "

Thesaurus zur deutsch-jüdischen Geschichte

"Der Thesaurus zur deutsch-jüdischen Geschichte wird vom Jüdischen Museum Berlin zur Sacherschliessung der Sammlungen inkl. Archiv verwendet. Er umfasst derzeit 7.500 Deskriptoren. Sachbereiche sind Kunst und Kultur; Wirtschaft und Verkehr; Erziehung und Bildung; Geschichte, Recht und Justiz; Politik und Militär; Religion, Philosophie, Ethik; Wissenschaft und Technik; Gesellschaft, Soziologie, Psychologie. Ein umfangreiches Segment sind Geographika und Objektbezeichnungen, wobei hier auch Archivdokumente differenziert aufgenommen sind.

"The thesaurus on German-Jewish history is used by the Jewish Museum Berlin to close the collections, including an archive, which currently contains 7,500 descriptors, including art and culture, business and transport, education, history, law and justice; The vocabulary is partially mapped to GND and AAT. "This is the first time that the German language has been translated into German, English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

Weine Classification Scheme and Relative Index for Judaica Libraries

"The lack of a satisfactory classification scheme for the average Jewish library has long been a problem to the Jewish librarian. Many solutions have been suggested and attempted, with varying degrees of success. The classification scheme of the Library of Congress, which has now been adopted by most of the great scholarly Jewish libraries of the country, suffers from the drawbacks of being unknown to most of the general public.

A Classification System for Libraries of Judaica

"While it was conceived in 1952, the first published edition of this classification system appeared in 1962. Since then, its use has spread widely throughout the United States, Israel and other parts of the Jewish world. Libraries of all kinds, in synagogues and community centers, in Hebrew schools, on college campuses and in research institutions, have adopted the scheme and worked with it.

"While it was conceived in 1952, the first published edition of this classification system appeared in 1962. Since then, its use has spread widely throughout the United States, Israel and other parts of the Jewish world. Libraries of all kinds, in synagogues and community centers, in Hebrew schools, on college campuses and in research institutions, have adopted the scheme and worked with it.

USC Shoah Foundation Institute Thesaurus

"Containing thousands of genocide‐related concepts and experiences, the USC Shoah Foundation Institute Thesaurus is one of the first of its kind. It lists the indexing terms used to describe the Institute's video testimonies and arranges them hierarchically under broad headings. These terms have been assigned directly to digital time codes within testimonies where the specific topics are discussed, in much the same way that book index entries specify the page numbers where topics are covered.