What did I find? Well...first, let me say that I ruled out anything that didn't use the Dewey Decimal system. Second, let me say that my results were less than spectacular:
- Shelving game. A very simple interface to drag and drop 6 books into Dewey order. User checks their own work. Only one set of 6 books to shelve in order. Doesn't work in Firefox.
- Order in the Library. Practice sorting, shelving, and reordering materials with multiple levels and options for different difficulty levels.
- Dewey Easy. Pay-for software.
- Shelving with Dewey. An online pay-for course through WebJunction.
Is that really it? It looks like this must be one area where print resources, index cards, and hands-on training still rule. Or maybe everybody's just chucking the Dewey Decimal system?
Does your library use any software, online tutorials, or websites when training shelvers?