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I need help finding the codes for some textbooks for the first semester of pharmacy

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Please visit the Science and Pharmacy desk on Level 2,  and bring the bibliographic details to look up the textbooks on OPAC i.e author surname, title of the textbook. One of the staff members available at the desk will assist you.

When you search for a book (eg. via title or author) on the OPAC, the item record will have the call number (also known as the Dewey number) of the book which is an indication of where to find the actual book on the shelves. The item record will state the availibility of the book and its location in the library.

eg.

LOCATIONCall NumberOPACMSGSTATUSBARCODE
 RU Science Books Level 2  597.01 HOM  Nearby on shelf  ---  AVAILABLE  15004925
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