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How/where does one find a booklist for a collection of subjects.

The subjects are from the Information Systems honours , as listed below:
1) software testing
2)System development
3)Corporate communication
4)Research methodology
5)Business analysis
6)Enterprise architecture
7)ICT for development
8)IS management
9)Virtual collaboration

Please provide the ISBN codes if possible.
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2016  |  12 Views

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The procedure for searching the library collection for books on a subject or topic (as in your list) is as follows:

·         On the library webpage, where you see the Search All box, click on Search.

·         On the next screen, click on the OPAC option.

·         Enter your subject or topic eg “software testing” in the search box, and click to search

·         Refine by Collection (left side of screen) by selecting Rhodes Libraries

·         The list you see will be what is available in the Rhodes Libraries

Click on the title of any book to be able to note the Location and Call Number of the book, as well as the publishing details including the ISBN. The item record will state the availability of the book and its location in the library, and the call number is an indication of where to find the actual book on the shelves.



Foundations of software testing: ISTQB certification / Rex Black, Erik van Veenendaal, Dorothy Graham. / Rex Black, Erik van Veenendaal, Dorothy Graham

Black, Rex, 1964- author.

PRINTED MATL | Cengage Learning EMEA | 2012 | Third edition.




Call No.


RU Science Books Level 2


005.14 BLA



Should you require material online as well, simply re-do the search using the Search All option rather than OPAC.

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