Health Sciences Library News
Read the latest news from the Health Science Library.
Due to the evening vigil taking place for the late Professor Bongani Mayosi, the Health Sciences Library will close at 17h00 today, Monday 30 July.
Health Sciences Library will be running a Research Series starting on 21 September 2018 and will run until November. The sessions will be most applicable to postgraduate students, their supervisors and academics.
UCT Libraries reflects on Professor Bongani Mayosi's life of purpose through a timeline of celebrated achievements in his academic and research career.
Primo and #PrimoOnTheGo was launched at the Main Library foyer on Wednesday as curious passers-by got to enter lucky draws, eat cupcakes and have their pressing Primo questions answered.
Kindly note that a workaround to the Google Scholar issue has been implemented and off-campus users are encouraged to go to https://google-scholar.uct.ac.za. The Libraries websites and EZProxy has been updated.
The renovation included the creation of an all-important 24/7 study venue within the library. The resultant space, named the Impilo Junction, seats 60 students.
Mon - Thurs: 08h30 - 22h00
Fri: 08h30 - 18h00
Sat: 08h30 - 12h30
Fogarty HIV-TB Training Program awarded to UCT with partners Johns Hopkins and Vanderbilt Universities in the US
The Fogarty HIV-associated Tuberculosis Training Program has been established at the University of Cape Town in partnership with Johns Hopkins University (JHU) and Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) in the US. The Program is funded by a 5-year grant from the Fogarty International Center of the US National Institutes of Health.
Please join us for two lunchtime introductory EndNote sessions at the Health Sciences Library:
Date: Tuesday, 22 August
Time: 13h00 – 14h00
Venue: Health Sciences Library, Training Room (level 8)
Professor Johannes Fagan’s acclaimed surgical encyclopaedia Open Access Atlas of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Operative Surgery, which has been published online and accessed for free by doctors and students the world over, was named best Open Book in the International 2017 Open Educational Resources & Project Awards for Open Education Excellence. Fagan, of UCT’s Division of Otorhinolaryngology, will receive the award on 9 March.