allow the library to be viewed as organized by EITHER the Dewey or (preferably) the Congressional Library Cataloguing system
We should be able to view our digital library like a real library. Pulling the library icon into the workspace to view resources (as we already can). To be most helpful, I imagine having the option to view this window as a bookshelf (think ibooks) organized according to one of the tried and true cataloguing systems. This would allow us to better know/remember what is actually in our libraries, peruse our libraries for something to read, rediscover that book we bought to read but forget about after it became buried in our current amorphous library, or see a birds eye view of what our library might contain on a broad level (let's be real, searching my library for 'theology' and having "who's in charge:standing up to leadership pressures" or "what every pastor needs to know about music, youth, and education" returned just isn't helpful).
if anyone stumbles upon this and thinks that it is a good idea place your votes on the following idea with more momentum:: https://logos.uservoice.com/forums/42823-logos-bible-software-6/suggestions/1023037-add-dewey-classification-sort-field-to-library
even categorizing the library by "type" leaves me with a bout 1800 monographs...not entirely helpful. one of these systems would prove much more helpful
Bob Lewis commented
Any method of organizing one's library would be better than the current "one box fits all" approach.