The African Studies Library is a research and archive collection, which collects and preserves books in stock for the generations yet to come and attracts researchers from around the world.In consequence the African Studies collection books can only be read in that library and may not be borrowed.Repository of dissertations can be accessed via the link on the Library Website, by anyone from outside of NMU.
Masters and Ph D students do not directly deposit their thesis or dissertation into Open UCT.
They have to submit their electronic version online to the People Soft Student Administration Self-service functionality.
You can find it on the library homepage at za In this example we going to do a search in the Sociology of Literature – (the study of literature ), and a very nice topic for bridging both the Arts and the Social Sciences it is too.
We are going to look for a particular author – Nontsizi Mgqwetho.
The aim of this guide is to help you to find your way through the information resources needed for your research projects.
This guide is accessible from any computer with internet connectivity.The Main Library copy is the one that can be borrowed, but you have to get into the full record to finds its specific shelf number.The shelf number works like a street address – just follow the numbers up or down until you get to the address you want.The guidelines for student submission highlight the benefits to having your ETD available open access, as well as some information on copyright and licensing.This guide mentions the process to follow for deferred publication to enable a publication in a scholarly journal.I’ll use a good social science example here: Just put in as much information as you have on the reference: Shaffer, P., 1998.Gender, poverty and deprivation: evidence from the Republic of Guinea. And this will bring it up in both print and electronic versions: And clicking on the full text or database link will take you to it. The OR expands you options – women or gender must come up in the results, it doesn’t matter which….Log in with your UKZN username and password at this link VPN Client After the installation once you are connected you need to open another tab and go to access library journals Click on the Exam papers link, found under Electronic resources. However, the libraries' electronic resources are available at any time, from anywhere off campus, through the off-campus log-in on our home page.Shelf numbers keep related books together, so once you have found your book, it is often useful to browse the books on either side of it as well.In fact, you don’t even have to physically be in the library to do it…