Education Library Resource

Education resources are located in the following libraries
·      Cecil Renaud Main Library, Pietermaritzburg
·      Edminson Library, Edgewood

 

Finding Books and Journals
Use the library catalogue iLink OPAC to search for books and journals housed in the UKZN libraries. Use Electronic Resources on the top navigation bar to guide you to e-Books and e-Journals.

 

Searching for Journal Articles
Journal articles and conference papers are indexed in online databases. Search the education databases for articles on your topic or use the education e-Journals to locate articles.

 

Reference Sources
Useful dictionaries, encyclopaedias, handbooks and other reference materials in the Library can be found by searching the catalogue or using the list of e-Books. Information is available on referencing techniques

 

Websites
Web links for resources in education can also be found on the internet by using Google Scholar or consult the following resources for South African government-related information:

 

Centre for Higher Education Transformation
A non-governmental organization that strives to develop transformation management capacity and skills throughout the higher education system by integrating skill development training processes with new knowledge production, debates and information dissemination.

 

Department of Education
Includes useful information regarding the activities of the Department and links to other government-related sites.

 

National Curriculum statements
Department of Education NCS teacher guides and manuals.

 

South African Qualifications Authority
Provides information about the work of SAQA and links to partner organizations.

 

Assistance and Enquiries
For more information about the UKZN Library services, or assistance with finding information, please contact one of the Subject Librarians for Education. 

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