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Postgraduate and researcher guide   Tags: doctoral, masters, research process, research steps, resources  

A quick guide to introduce postgraduates and researchers at Stellenbosch University to available library services, resources, training opportunities and facilities.
Last Updated: Jan 10, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome! This is a quick guide to introduce you to available library services, resources, training opportunities and facilities available for researchers and postgraduate students.

Because advanced study and research can be challenging, arduous and require various forms of assistance, we have grouped together resources and services which you might find useful. 

If you do not find what you’re looking for, please contact us. We will be happy to provide further assistance.



Research Methods - Library of Alexandria

The Library of Alexandria is pleased to offer the Research Methods Library of Alexandria. This is one of the largest and comprehensive collections of research methods information which includes courses and lecture notes.You are welcome to use it to answer your research methods questions.


Blog about your research experiences

The Research Expressions blog is all about you as a researcher - talking about your research journey, asking questions, sharing tips and solutions to problems, blowing off steam and inspiring fellow researchers in the “same boat”.  To contribute, just register and post!


Jobs at the Library

From time to time calls are made for suitable postgraduate students to apply for student assistant positions in various Library divisions such as Learning Commons, Lending Section, Information Services, Special Collections and Research Commons.  Look out for advertisements in the news section of the Library Homepage as well as in institutional blogs and portals.


Previously known as WebCT, Webstudies, Blackboard, Moodle, eMaties… the University's learning platform is now known as SUNLearn. Find your cousework and communication with your lecturers here.



Contact us

Faculty & branch librarians are specialist information professionals. They assist with literature searches, provide research support, library and information literacy training and develop the collection.

Research Impact and Research Commons Librarians provide researcher orientated services in unity with other support services in the Research Commons.

Ask a Librarian is the online enquiry service of the Library. Jot down your problem and a faculty librarian will respond to your enquiry promptly.


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