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Quality Control: Books

Tips

Renewals may be done via library catalogue, telephone (+ 27 12 4294164)  and at the lending desk.

Postgraduate students may loan 16 books.

Undergraduate students may loan 8 books.

Overdue books will be subject to a fine.

How to use the e-book databases

Recommended Books

Prescribed books need to be purchased by the student. Limited copies are housed in the Unisa libraries and may be borrowed, subject to each branch library's lending regulation. A list of Unisa's official booksellers may be found on myUNISA .

Recommended books may be loaned from the library. Type your module code into the text box provided to locate your recommended book(s).

Course Code Search

Reading lists

E-book Databases

Use the e-book databases to locate full text books in the subject area of Strategic Management and Planning

Discover a vast collection of industry-leading standards and technical engineering information

Ebsco-Host e-books training video

Prescribed and Recommended Books

Prescribed books need to be purchased by the student. Limited copies are housed in the Unisa libraries and may be borrowed, subject to each branch library's lending regulation. A list of Unisa's official booksellers may be found on myUNISA as well as in myStudies@Unisa.

Recommended books may be loaned from the library. These books may be found by module code on Find course reading material  and are available in the library .

Print Books

Search the library catalogue

When searching for books on the library catalogue you may use the drop down menu for title, author, keyword and subject searches. 


Advanced Keyword Search

Google Books

Google Book Search

New Books

Books in the Unisa Library (Links)

Click on the following links to search for titles available in the library: