Date: Tue Sep 4 10:39:39 2007

Author: Wayne Easterling

Subject: Re: Do you use the DCS??

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Hi Keith,

We only use the DCS system for our demos. Not only do we
label everything with a DCS number, but our demo storage area follows
the order of the DCS bib (as much as possible). And of course our web
lists everything by DCS. On our web we also explain how our number
system (DCS) works and credit PIRA. Sometimes there our things that
don't fit neatly into DCS or we might have more then one version of a
demo. In that case we try to list things in a fashion that follows the
DCS scheme as much as possible, but with an additional number or letter
on the end.

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Wayne

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From: tap-l-owner@lists.ncsu.edu [mailto:tap-l-owner@lists.ncsu.edu] On
Behalf Of Keith Warren
Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2007 10:57 AM
To: tap-l@lists.ncsu.edu
Subject: [tap-l] Do you use the DCS??

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We have been using the Demonstration Classification Scheme, DCS, at NC
State University for about ten years now. When we adopted it, there
were only a handful of places that used it as their main numbering
system. I'd like to get an idea of how many schools use it now and in
what way. Feel free to respond to me personally if you like.

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Does your school use the DCS as its primary numbering system?

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If not, does your school reference the DCS in your catalog?

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If you use the DCS in any other way, please describe.

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Thanks for your answers,

Keith

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Keith Warren

Demonstrations Director, Senior Lecturer

Dept of Physics

Campus Box 8202

NC State University

(919) 515-2910

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Hi =
Keith,

=
We only use the DCS system for
our demos. Not only do we label everything with a DCS number, but =
our demo
storage area follows the order of the DCS bib (as much as =
possible). And of
course our web lists everything by DCS. On our web we also explain =
how our
number system (DCS) works and credit PIRA. Sometimes there our =
things that donít
fit neatly into DCS or we might have more then one version of a =
demo. In that
case we try to list things in a fashion that follows the DCS scheme as =
much as
possible, but with an additional number or letter on the =
end.





Wayne











From:
tap-l-owner@lists.ncsu.edu [mailto:tap-l-owner@lists.ncsu.edu] On Behalf Of Keith Warren
Sent: Sunday, September =
02, 2007
10:57 AM
To: tap-l@lists.ncsu.edu
Subject: [tap-l] Do you =
use the
DCS??





We
have been using the Demonstration Classification Scheme, DCS, at NC =
State
University for about ten years now. When we adopted it, there were =
only a
handful of places that used it as their main numbering system. =
Iíd
like to get an idea of how many schools use it now and in what =
way. Feel
free to respond to me personally if you =
like.



Does
your school use the DCS as its primary numbering =
system?



If
not, does your school reference the DCS in your =
catalog?



If
you use the DCS in any other way, please =
describe.



Thanks
for your answers,

Keith



Keith Warren

Demonstrations Director, Senior =
Lecturer

Dept of Physics

Campus Box
8202

NC State
University

(919) 515-2910











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