Read the latest news and updates from UCT Libraries Digital Library Services.
The Institute of Infectious Disease & Molecular Medicine invites you to attend a seminar on "Introducing ZivaHub: Open Data UCT", presented by Niklas Zimmer, Manager of UCT Libraries Digital Library Services.
DLS' Digital Curation Officer, Kayleigh Lino, writes about the department's engagement activities leading up to the launch of ZivaHub, UCT's new data repository.
The University of Cape Town Libraries will soon be going live with a world-class information-finding solution, Primo.
We are thrilled to announce that we've chosen the official name of the new University of Cape Town Institutional Data Repository, powered by Figshare for Institutions...
The University of Cape Town Libraries is pleased to invite you to the official launch of the new UCT Data Repository, powered by Figshare for Institutions
UCT Digital Library Services (DLS) is excited to host our 2nd OpenCon satellite event at UCT Libraries on 25 October 2017
Help UCT Libraries name The University of Cape Town’s new Institutional Data Repository (UCT IDR) and stand a chance to win a UCT goodie bag with items up to the value of R1000!
DLS is pleased to congratulate Dr. Marakalala on being awarded the prestigious Wellcome Trust Intermediate Fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Dr. Marakalala made use of the UCT DMPonline service, provided by DLS, to create a DMP for his application.
On Monday 3 July 2017, stakeholders from Western Cape universities gathered around the UCT Libraries' visualisation wall for a workshop about the use of Figshare for Institutions at South African universities.
Our Digital Curation Officers hosted 2 Research Data Management (RDM) Jargon Busting sessions during March and April 2017. The sessions were aimed at Libraries staff that wanted to demystify terms and concepts related to RDM.
The University of Cape Town Libraries, in collaboration with the University of Pretoria Libraries, will be presenting a Library Carpentry workshop at the eResearch Africa Conference, taking place at UCT during the first week of May 2017. The workshop is open to anybody who'd like to attend, but interested UCT Libraries' staff are encouraged to apply for SDTC funding in order to attend.