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Communication Skills: Books and EBooks

Tips: Books and EBooks......

Books and EBooks are good information resources for you to develop fundamental knowledge of a topic.

Highlights

Communication

MMW Book (4/F)   P95 .D86 2016

Improve Your Communication Skills

Full text available at: ProQuest Research Library

Verbal Communication

Full text available at: ProQuest Ebook Central

Your Interpersonal Communication

MMW Book (2/F)   HM1166 .M65 2012

The Art of Positive Communication

MMW Book (2/F)   HM1166 .M54 2014

Improve Your Communication Skills

Full text available at: IG Publishing EBA

Creating Communication

MMW Book (4/F)   P90 .F784 2009

Effective Personal Communication Skills for Public Relations

Full text available at: ProQuest Entrepreneurship Database

Obtaining books not available at EdUHK

If the Library does not have the book that you would like to read, there are other options that you might like to explore:

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Where are the books located?

General works on music can be found in various locations throughout the Library's collection. The followings are some of the Library of Congress classification numbers which will lead you to materials on your subject:

Applied psychology BF636-637
Management. Industrial management HD28-70
Personnel management. Employment management HF5549-5549.5
Business communication HF5717-5734.7
Interpersonal relations. Social behavior HM1106-1171
Philology and linguistics P
Communication. Mass media P87-96
Modern English PE1001-1693

See our "How to Read Call Numbers" guide to learn about the basics of Library of Congress Classification Scheme and call numbers.