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Computers are your future / Bill Daley Daley, Bill, 1953 Engineering Library Call number: 004 DAL, 004 DAL 1,
004 DAL 2 and 004 DAL 3
Water resources handbook By Larry W. Mays, editor-in-chief Engineering Library, Science and Education Library Call number: 333.9115 WAT 1, 333.9115 WAT 1
Annual editions : psychology By Editor, Karen G. Duffy Engineering Library, Science and Education Library Call number: 150 ANN 1, 150 ANN 1
Mass media law By Don R. Pember, Clay Calvert Engineering Library, Science and Education Library Call number: 343.044 PEM 1, 343.099 PEM 25
Representative government in modern Europe : institutions, parties, and government By Michael Gallagher, Michael Laver, Peter Mair Engineering Library, Science and Education Library Call number: 321.8043 GAL 1, 321.8043 GAL 13
Sociological theory By George Ritzer, Douglas J. Goodman Science and Education Library,Engineering Library Call number: 301.01 RIT 1, 301.01 RIT 1
Business for higher awards By Dave Needham Engineering Library, Science and Education Library Call number: 658 BUS 1, 658 BUS 2
Economic Development By Michael P. Todaro, Stephen C. Smith Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Science and Education Library Call number: 338.9 TOD, 338.9 TOD
Sociology By John J. Macionis Edition: 8th edition Engineering, Science and Education Library Call number: 301 MAC, 301 MAC 1
Business Studies By David Needham, Robert Dransfield Science and Education Library Call number: 338.5201 NEE 1
GNVQ advanced business By: Lewis, Roger, Trevitt Edition: 2nd edition Science and Education Library Call number: 338.7 LEW
Gray's anatomy review By Loukas, Marios Health Sciences Library Call number: 611.0076 LOU 1
Diagnosis and treatment planning in dentistry By Stefani, Stephen J Health Sciences Library Call number: 617.6 NES 1
Cases in Adult congenital heart disease By Gatzoulis, Michael A Health Sciences Library Call number: 616.12043 GAT 1
Integrative rehabilitation practice By Erb, Matt [editor.] | Schmid, Arlene A [editor.] | Maizes, Victoria [author of introduction, etc.] Health Sciences Library Call number: 617.06 INT 1
Pass CCRN Dennison Donohoe Robin By Dennison Donohoe Robin Health Sciences Library Call number: 23 DEN 1
Mosby's Respiratory Care Equipment By Cairo J.M Health Sciences Library Call number: 615.836028 CAI 1
Functional histology 2e By Jeffrey B. Kerr Health Sciences Library Call number: 611.018 KER 1
Citing sources is an important component of academic and research writing. Citing sources appropriately provides credit to the original authors and allows readers to find the sources you used. different sources (for example, books, journal papers, and websites) require distinct citation forms. Here's an overview of how to reference different sources using popular citation styles like APA, MLA, and Chicago.
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Return all the book borrower cards - please carry with you the two (2) library borrower cards that you received during your first library registration. These cards are a property of the library and form part of the evidence that you don't have with you any books borrowed;
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Library clearance is done by the library staff at the Reference desk. Should you get challenges, always seek guidance from the Campus Librarian.
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How to find books
Welcome to Busitema University Library, your gateway to a vast world of knowledge! Whether you prefer the traditional feel of a physical book or the convenience of digital resources, we've got you covered. Our library offers a seamless experience that caters to all your academic needs. Here's how you can find books, both physically and digitally, to support your studies. Find More
How to find course reserves
The course reserves, also called electronic reserves, pathfinders or e-reserves are electronically accessible full text articles and scanned short book chapters that provide a pedagogical or educational purpose and benefit students 24 hours access to course readings, and meet fair use copyright guidelines.
Alternatively, you can access the Course reserves by following these simple steps
From the Online Library Catalogue,
Click “Course Reserves” and this will take you to the page below
Features of the Course Reserves page - What you need to know to access the Course reserves Continue Reading
How to find local research
Busitema University Library's Institutional Repository, which can be accessed at ir. busitema.ac.ug gives access to local research. This repository contains research undertaken by university students, faculty, staff, and collaborators. While full access to papers is restricted, abstracts for each article are freely available. Here's a step-by-step guide to finding and using local research resources at Busitema University Library.
Library's Research Guides
The Subject Guide, also called Research Guide is a kind of map to the resources of the library; it is an information locator for the library user whose search for recorded materials on a subject of interest is just beginning. Advancing technology requires libraries to explore innovative ways of providing outreach to users. With users who need everything as quickly as possible, perhaps guides that have only electronic resources with one-click access to these resources are all that is necessary. With immediacy as a priority, numerous clicks and decisions for the user to make are far less than ideal ... Continue Reading