Books about the same subject are assigned the same class number (or class mark or shelf mark) number. You'll find the number on the spine of each book. Here are some key engineering class numbers to get you started with searching for books (use the library catalogue for further help):
The majority of Computer Science and Informatics books can be found at 004 (level 3 east)
You may also find the following are helpful:
Telecommunications and Computer Networks Engineering 621.382
Reading lists are composed by your lecturers. The lists will include the books, journal articles, websites, podcasts, programmes etc. that your lecturer wants you to read or watch. These can be online materials that you can sign in to access. If they are print materials available in the library, the list will link you through to the library catalogue.
There should be a reading list attached to each of your modules. It will usually appear on the right of your module, on Moodle.
Click on the module title to access your list.
Alternatively, you can go straight to the Reading Lists database here From here you can search for a module name, a module code, a keyword, or an academic.
Guide to research projects for engineering students : planning, writing and presenting by Eng-Choon Leong, Carmel Lee-Hsia Heah, Kenneth Keng Wee Ong (Class number: 620.0072 LEO)
Writing for science and engineering: papers, presentations and reports by Heather Silyn-Roberts (E-book only)
A scientific approach to writing for engineers and scientists by Robert E. Berger (E-book only)
This multidisciplinary collection contains approximately 200,000 e-books covering a large selection of academic subjects, and features e-books from leading publishers and university presses. Description based on publisher website.
Ebook database where you can read ebooks online, download titles, and print page ranges from the thousands of ebooks available.
(Once you've clicked on the above link, click on to get into the database)