The Library and Information Service offers a wide range of group training sessions with the main focus on enhancing the information literacy skills of all students at Stellenbosch University. Book a specific training session or consult the undergraduate or postgraduate training programme to see a list of all training sessions available for specific target groups.
How do I do my assignment? To find, access and use information effectively use the step-by-step guide.
The Find, access and use information effectively: a step-by-step guide and training tutorials and videos will empower you to find academic information specific to your studies or research. They will also assist you to question and evaluate information, show you how to reference, to comply with copyright and avoid plagiarism.
This guide is designed to help you find and use resources on General Linguistics in or via the Stellenbosch University Library. If you need help or have questions, please feel free to contact me.
Bookings for Library Research Week 2022 are now open!
The official launch of Library Research Week 2022 will be held on Monday, 16 May. It will be a panel discussion on the importance of ethics in the research process. Panel members will include Mr Jerall Toi, Dr Marilize Burger and Ms Katlego Mthelebofu.
The rest of Research Week will be based on the theme "Mapping your Research Journey" and there will be webinars based on the following:
Rigging the ropes: Search strategies with Google and Google Scholar; Proposal writing; Literature reviews
Navigating the new: Mixed-methods research; Statistics in research; Sage Research Methods; Qualitative data analysis with Atlas.ti
Traversing the tides: Academic misconduct; Mendeley; Checking your similarity index (Turnitin); Copyright issues
Bridging uncharted waters: Maximise your research impact; Sensitive research data; Wiley open access agreement
Enquiries: Marié Roux, e-mail or tel: 021 808 9917.