The Library Learning Lounge will be closed from the 15 November until the 8 February 2019. You are welcome to use the other spaces in the Chancellor Oppenheimer Library.
The Hlanganani 24/7 study space is a "Silent Study Zone" from today 5 November to 15 November. For the other Silent Study Zones look out for the red zone signs in the Library Basement (Immelman 2) & Immelman 4. The yellow signs are our mixed zones & the green group study zones.
The issue affecting Primo this morning has now been resolved. UCT Libraries will continue to monitor the performance during the course of the day.
Down in the Main Library foyer we asked for your best exam survival tips and you answered. Check out the winners and the Top 40 "exam tips" we received.
The collection of exclusive African and southern African journal titles is the biggest of its kind, focusing on information originating from or pertaining to Africa. More than 350 000 full text articles are available for download, 203 500 are Open Access.
The University of Cape Town (UCT) joined institutions around the world in celebrating Open Access Week, which focuses on promoting open knowledge sharing, from 22 to 28 October.
Please note students the extended library hours of the Main Library (Chancellor Oppenheimer Library) during the upcoming examinations. This includes 3 Sundays: 28 October, 4 and 11 November. All the best with your studies!
The two fire shutters separating The Research Wing (Jagger 5) and the Hub (Immelman 3) will have motors replaced during operating hours on Saturday 13 October 2018. The Research Wing and Research Commons will not be accessible via the Hub, but library users are encouraged to access these areas via the Terrace on Immelman 4.
Professor Neil Armitage, deputy director and co-founder of the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Future Water research institute, will address the question of how to turn Cape Town into a water-sensitive city when he delivers the Vice-Chancellor’s Inaugural Lecture on 17 October.