Answered By: Nadia Woods Last Updated: Feb 23, 2016 Views: 103
Information about completing an ECDL can be found on the Computing Services webpages.
Most ECDL books can be found in the Sydney Jones Library with the class number QA76.9.C64.C56 or Harold Cohen Library with the class number 518.5.C56.
The only exception being Module 2 and Module 7.
Module 2 has been replaced and is now called Computer Essentials (instead of IT Fundamentals using Windows XP with Office 2007).
Module 7 has been replaced and is now called Online Essentials Part 1 and 2 (instead of 7a Web Browsing and Communication and 7b Communication using Outlook 2007).
This replacement is explained by CSD on their ECDL webpages.
These books are placed on the same shelf as the other books but are in a different format to all the other ECDL books and are spiral bound which doesn't allow the class number label to fit on the spine.
Two reading lists are available for the ECDL and ADVANCED ECDL course:
This provides guidance about which books are recommended for each of the modules.
For further enquiries about ECDL books in out collection please contact Zelda Chatten: