UCT Libraries remains closed and continues as a comprehensive Virtual Library Service due to the continued lockdown status of UCT and completion of the 2020 academic year using remote teaching. With a few exceptions identified in support of the UCT Return to Research Plan, the physical reopening of UCT Libraries will now coincide on the academic calendar with the resumption of contact teaching and learning.
ORCID provides a persistent identifier – an ORCID iD – that distinguishes you from other researchers and a mechanism for linking your research outputs and activities to your iD. Learn more
Digital Library Services helps with Research Data Management (RDM) and offers Digital Scholarship, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and data stewardship services to the research, teaching and learning communities at UCT.
We are all digital scholars in some way because we engage with digital technologies when studying, teaching or researching. Improve your digital scholarship skills using a diverse tools and platforms to support your next research project.
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DLS hosts the UCT community of Data Stewards and Champions. Subscribe to our Newsletter for our next get-together to discuss all things data!
UCT Libraries are advocates for open access publishing, providing resources for researchers to make their work freely accessible in various ways. The University’s open book and journal publications are brought to you by Scholarly Communication's UCT Libraries publishing service.