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Black Sash march in Pretoria
60 Years of Black Sash
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Humanitec Digital Showcase
Humanitec Digital Showcase
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Disphyma crassifolium (L.) L.Bolus Page, Mary Maud.
Illustrations of Plant Species
Between 1911 and 1955 Mary Page and Beatrice Carter produced some 2,000 plus botanical illustrations. These works are highly regarded within the world of botanical illustrators and can be viewed in our digital collections.
Exhibition: 100 years of the 1913 Land Act
The Land Act that was passed a century ago in 1913 was a major event in South African history, impacting on the lives of millions of South Africans and underpinning the development of the apartheid system. The photographic exhibition Umhlaba,...

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Friday, 20 July 2018
MORATORIUM ON ACCESSIONING OF ARCHIVAL MATERIALS

A brief moratorium 01 November 2017 – 01 May 2018 has been placed on the acquisition and accessioning of new archival material by Special Collections.  The moratorium has been agreed to by UCT Libraries Management Team and Executive Committee, to allow Special Collections to re-evaluate and refine its collections policy. Once this has been completed the findings will be presented to the Library Work Group and Exco for feedback.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, January 9, 2018 - 10:30
Problems with Google Scholar via EZProxy

Off-campus users may experience problems accessing Google Scholar via EZProxy.This is related to Google Scholar's reCAPTCHA script failing. ICTS is currently liaising with Google to attend to this fix. If you experience this error and are off-campus, please go directly to Google Scholar (scholar.google.com). We do apologise for any inconvenience caused until this problem is resolved.

Publication Date:
Wednesday, July 4, 2018 - 09:30
Memory@UCT Blog

“Never judge a book by its fore edge” – guest post by retired librarian Tanya Barben. Read more at Memory@UCT blog.

Publication Date:
Friday, July 14, 2017 - 14:15
AtoM@UCT

Introducing AtoM@UCT, the recently launched on-line gateway to the primary source collections held by UCT Libraries. AtoM stands for “AccesstoMemory”, an open source, web-based, standards compliant (ISAD-G, DACS, RAD, EAD/EAC, DC etc.) archival management system that is rapidly becoming the gold standard in open source archival description software.

Publication Date:
Monday, April 3, 2017 - 11:30

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