On this page you are prompted to enter your Novell network user name,
Staff: eg jpsmith and your UWC email address.
Students: Student number and UWC email address.
The system will send you an automated email. When you receive the email, click the link inside to complete the password reset. Follow the instructions for devising an acceptable password. Once the password is accepted, you will be able to use it immediately to access library resources.
Welcome to the University of the Western Cape Library Distance Information Guide for students, faculty, staff, and researchers. The library has a goal of providing the same or similar level of resources and services to those learning, teaching, working, or researching off-campus. Although you may not be able to physically get to the library, you can still access books, journals, and other media either by requesting to have them delivered to you electronically or having them mailed to you. Please take your time and review this information guide to help you get to know the library and how it can make your life a little bit easier.
Do you need assistance finding relevant information for your research?
Are you a student or researcher struggling to develop search strategies?
Do you need help searching databases, conducting a grey literature search, or managing your citations?
The CHS Faculty Librarian is pleased to offer a variety of literature search services to students and researchers and consist of the following elements:
Please contact your Faculty Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone no.: 021 959 2684
Make an appointment by emailing Karen Cook at email@example.com your Librarian who can introduce you to the library services and facilities. Guide you with your Literature Searching exploring the library's resources finding relevant, current information for you research. Introduction to Mendeley and EndNote, reference manager and academic social network tools that can help you organize your research, collaborate with others online, and discover the latest research. Introduction to SAGE Research Methods Online, a research methods tool created to help researchers, faculty and students with their research projects.