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Know more about the research process

Our handy Research Process Library Guide is a great resource for beginner researchers and even advanced researchers to navigate the various stages of the research life cycle.   The guide is structured according to each stage in the research life cycle and under each of stages, you will find several useful resources and tips related […]

Staff News

The two staff members who make sure that the Carnegie Research Commons is no common place have recently been promoted. Kirchner van Deventer’s title has changed from Head: Carnegie Research Commons to Manager: Carnegie Research Commons. His colleague, Letlao Seloma is no longer an Assistant Librarian, but now he is the Librarian: Carnegie Research Commons. […]

Library Reseach Week 2022: First impressions

The Launch and panel discussion The launch of Library Research Week 2022 was held in a hybrid format on 16 May 2022. Ms Ellen Tise, Senior Director of the Library and Information Service, opened the event and explained Library Research Week as one of the flagship programmes of the Library through which we seek to […]

What your Faculty Librarian can do for you

Stellenbosch University Library and Information Service contains a wealth of information that is continually developed to cater to the needs of researchers and postgraduate students during their academic careers. As part of the curriculum, postgraduate students are often required to submit a research project and for this purpose, each faculty is well represented by a […]

Bookings for Library Research Week 2022 are open!

The official launch of Library Research Week 2022 will be held on Monday, 16 May. It will consist of a panel discussion on “Research ethics: Friend or foe?” with panellists Dr Marilize Burger, Ms Katlego Mthelebofu and Mr Jerall Toi from Information Governance, whose role includes ensuring compliance with the POPI Act at the University. […]

Welcome to the Carnegie Research Commons

The Carnegie Research Commons is a space that master’s and doctoral students, researchers and academics can call their own. With 35 individual workstations, four seminar rooms and a peaceful relaxation area, clients from any faculty can come and work in a space that is conducive for focused research. It is also the quietest area in […]