BioOne e-journal package
BioOne - on trial until 31 Oct.
BioOne is an online collection of scientific research journals in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. The journals emanate from 128 nonprofit societies, associations, museums, research institutions, and university presses. Go...
Assoc. Prof Laura Czerniewicz, OpenUCT director.
Greater Strides Towards Open Access
UCT launches the OpenUCT institutional repository.
Broadcasting the End of Apartheid
"Broadcasting the End of Apartheid" by Martha Evans
“Broadcasting the End of Apartheid” assesses the socio-political effect of live broadcasting on South Africa’s transition to democracy. MJ Evans argues that just as print media had a powerful influence on the development of Afrikaner nationalism,...


Wednesday, 17 September 2014
The Cape Mountain Club kept an extensive photographic collection

Among the university’s special collections are numerous scientific archives: papers, notebooks, photographs and plates that document – mostly by hand – scientific endeavour and discovery in an earlier age, before computers, cameras and colour printing.

Savvy Research Series: Google Scholar

The Internet is here to help! There are a number of online tools to help with your discovery of library resources. This session is meant to help you learn to Google Scholar for library resources to your greatest advantage.

Renate Meyer in the UCT Libraries' archives.

What do we stand to learn from history? For UCT curator-cum-archivist Renate Meyer, the Sankofa bird, a West African symbol, illustrates what she means when she talks about historical archive collections “talking back”.

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