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Using the Unisa Library's resources for mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, technology and biosystematics education

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This subject guide provides access to the Unisa Library's key resources for mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, technology and biosystematics education.

You are welcome to explore them and to contact the Personal Librarian for ISTE if you need assistance.

You will need your student number and your myUnisa password or your Unisa network login and password to access the Library's online services and electronic resources.


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Inclusion in this LibGuide does not imply University or Library endorsement of the ideas expressed.

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Hleziphi Napaai
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In accordance with the Unisa Policy for copyright infringement and plagiarism, you are personally accountable for respecting copyright and licensing requirements. Violation of any of these restrictions could result not only in the loss of your own access to the information resources, but in the loss of access for the entire Unisa community. Disciplinary action may also be taken in terms of any applicable policy or disciplinary code, for example, the Unisa Student's Disciplinary Code.