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Gender Studies libguide provides information for undergraduates, graduates and researchers in general in the field of Tourism. 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. Whether you choose to work from home (see off campus access) or the university, you will still be able to access the resources.
If you are having any problems finding suitable information or just need help getting started, please contact the librarian via email or telephone.
GENDER STUDIES SATURDAY SCHOOL
DATE: Saturday , 21st OCTOBER 2017
TIME: 09h00 - 13h00
VENUE: MTB. Room to be announced shortly.
The Saturday school is organised as a means to do revision of the GEST 202 course. There will be a host of activities in three rooms, which includes a writing workshop, exam preparation, and a session on women and the media. The programme will not host simultaneous events but events in succession; students and staff are welcome to attend all events
For Further information contact:
Prof. Rozena Maart
Finding print and electronic library materials
Use iCatalogue to search for books, journals and audio-visual materials housed in the library.
Google Scholar lets users search for scholarly journal articles, citations, theses, preprints and books availability on the web. A clickable (UKZN eText) link is provided where full text is available via UKZN databases.
Off Campus access
For Off Campus Access you will need a valid LAN username and password. This refers to the username and password you use to access the computers on campus.
From Novemebr 2015:
UPDATED notice please read - VPN client for OFF CAMPUS access to library resources
Users are required to to download the Fort Client installation plug in
Past exam papers
2. Click on the Search & List link.
3. Thereafter, either choose List options or Search options to search.
4. Click on the blue arrow to open the PDF.
SOME EXAM PAPERS