Please note that the libraries of the Library and Information Service close at 12:00 on Thursday 24 December and re-open at 8:00 on Monday 4 January 2021.
Preparations for the SU Library’s 2021 refurbishment are underway. The Circulation desk is moving to a temporary
location.We apologise for the noise and inconvenience.
The libraries of the Library and Information Service will be closed on Wednesday 16 December for the Day of Reconciliation which is a public holiday.
Please take note that, due to a staff function, the libraries of the Library and Information Service will be open shortened hours on Friday 4 December.SU Library 8:00-16:00 - Learning Commons and Special Collections close at 12:30Medicine & Health Sciences Library 8:00-16:00Engineering & Forestry Library 8:15-10:45Music Library 8:00-10:45Theology Library ClosedUSBL (Bellville Park Campus Library) 8:00-10:30
Apologies for any inconvenience caused by this arrangement.
PressReader has informed the Library and Information Service that the publishers Media24 have pulled their content from the PressReader platform and therefore our users no longer will have access to the following newspapers and magazines:
Vacancies exist in the the Library and Information Service:
Head: MakerspaceTo apply, please see: Head: MakerspaceAdministrative Officer B1: MakerspaceTo apply, please see: Administrative Officer B1: MakerspaceClosing date for applications: 16 November 2020
A vacancy exists in the Library and Information Service:This vacancy is available to Stellenbosch University staff only.Administrative Officer B1: Finances and MaintenanceTo apply, please see: Administrative Officer B1: Finances and Maintenance (Ref. BIB/261/1020)Closing date for applications: 9 November 2020
International Open Access Week is an annual scholarly communication event
which focuses on Open Access and related topics and takes place every year in
the last week of October. The theme for this year’s Open Access week is “Open
with Purpose: Taking Action to Build Structural Equity and Inclusion”. In light
of this theme, the Library and Information Service decided to put the spotlight
on Open Data as an aspect of Open Science and inform the research community
regarding the importance of Open Data as well as showcasing the growth of
SUNScholarData, the institutional Research Data repository managed by the
Library. Read the full article here.
For additional information on the
Library’s Open Access initiatives, a video is available:
date for the submission of theses/dissertations for the December 2020
graduation is 2 December 2020.
electronic submission needs to be finalised by 2 December 2020 (before
midnight). Any theses/dissertations not submitted before the cut-off date
will have to be submitted next year for the March 2021 graduation.
For more information on the
submission procedure, please see the Library homepage > Help > Thesis/dissertation submission.
Enquiries & help: Tel: +27 21 808 9139 / 9046 |
Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service, Helpline Numbers: +27 21 808 4883, Corp Office / Postal Address: Private Bag X5036 Stellenbosch, 7599