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.
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.
Libraries are open 24 / 7.
Closed daily 12 pm - 1pm for sanitising
Most staff continue working remotely and business communication will continue as per lockdown regulations. Librarians remain available to provide virtual support for teaching, learning and research.
Browsing of the collections will now be allowed, however, a book retrieval service is offered. Users may submit requests for circulating material. Books may be returned to the Issue Desks or Book drop boxes. Users who do not have permission to access campuses are requested to keep the items until campuses re-open. All items on loan will be renewed and library fines for overdue material will be waived.
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If you are using our library resources from outside the university please click on Off Campus Access to be able to access those resources that are available beyond campus. Go to Resources, then Off Campus Access. You will then need to login with your UKZN login and password.
Please ensure you install Global Protect to be able to search resources and benefit from the UKZN zero rated links - see instructions below.
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.