The libraries of the Library and Information Service are closed for Freedom Day on Friday 27 April as well as for Workers Day on Tuesday 1 May.
EasyData is a resource for analysts and economists tasked with monitoring and analysing the South African economy. EasyData provides access to highly organised and up-to-date economic data and analysis through user-friendly and flexible data access options. EasyData saves you time and resources by linking you to macroeconomic developments at each stage of your daily activities—from data sourcing to analysis.
Staff and students with a valid @sun.ac.za email address can visit www.easydata.co.za and create a personal user account to access EasyData.
Please contact your Faculty Librarian if you have any questions regarding this or other electronic resources.
From 2018, as is the case for national article requests, there are no charges for SU students and staff to request articles internationally. See the Interlibrary Loan webpage. The Library is carrying the cost of these requests in order to support your research.
The libraries of the Library and Information Service are closed for the Easter weekend i.e. Friday 30 March, Saturday 31 March, Sunday 1 April and Monday 2 April.The Stellenbosch University Library closes at 17:30 on Thursday 29 March and reopens at 8:00 on Tuesday 3 April.
Researchers at Stellenbosch University (SU) are invited to apply for funding from the Open Access Publication Fund (OAPF) in support of publication in open access journals. Detailed information and guidelines can be found on the OAPF website, but for your convenience a few important points are mentioned here:
For more information or enquiries, please contact:
Naomi VisserTel 021 808 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library and Information Service will be celebrating South African Library Week from Friday 16 to Friday 23 March 2018.The theme is "Libraries: heart of the University Community". The theme serves to remind users that the libraries of the Library and Information Service are communal spaces that cater to the specific needs of the University community. The Library belongs to the University community and is central to it.
1. Library Week competitionSo what's your favourite area of the Library? Take part in our exciting SA Library Week competition: 1) Like the Library Facebook page. 2) Post a photograph of your favourite area in one of the SU libraries. 3) Most importantly, tell us why it’s your favourite area! Stand a chance to win one of two super prizes! Post now! The competition closes on Friday 23 March.2. TrainingThe following training sessions are happening at the library during the course of Library Week. Register to attend one or all of them.
IMD World Competitiveness Online is a unique and comprehensive database on the competitiveness of nations. It includes time series from the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook, the leading annual report published by IMD since 1989, and the Digital Competitiveness Ranking since 2017.
The strength of their methodology lies in the combination of statistical data (2/3) and survey data (1/3) obtained through our exclusive business executives' opinion survey
When visiting the library, scan the QR code on the Interactive Floor Plan and download the library floorplan to your phone.
Android: download app ZXing team Barcode scanneriOS: iOS 11 lets you scan QR Codes directly in the Camera app Older iOS versions: download app i-nigma QR Code, Data Matrix and 1D barcode reader
Navigate from the library home page, via HELP > SU Library Floor Plan.
Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service, Helpline Numbers: +27 21 808 2486/3315, Corp Office / Postal Address: Private Bag X5036 Stellenbosch, 7599