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COVID-19: Library open for limited services

The SU Library Library is pleased to announce that we are open for limited services to clients. Permitted clients will be able to make pre-booked visits to the library. Read the full details about the opening hours and services that are offered here.

I am available via email and you are also welcome to make an appointment for an online meeting/training on Microsoft Teams.

Faculty librarian services

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

 

Training programme

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.

#SmartResearcher Workshops

Library Research Week 2020

The annual Library Research Week will be ​presented online for the first time ​this year during the week of 24-28 August 2020. The theme is " Going for research gold in 2020" and you can look forward to various interesting presentations.

See the link below for the programme and to register for the sessions.

Welcome

This guide is designed to help you find and use resources on Modern Foreign Languages in or via the Stellenbosch University Library. If you need help or have questions, please feel free to contact me.

 

Step-by-step guide

How do I do my assignment? To find, access and use information effectively, use the step-by-step guide.

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. A framework for Information Literacy was contemplated and accepted in 2014 to provide structure for an effective information literacy skills training program. The framework describes the development of different levels of information literacy competency.