Meet your Science Librarians:
Pavlinka Kovatcheva, Faculty Librarian for Science
My contact details:
Access to the UJ Libraries can only be granted if you have a valid UJ Card.
NB: Scan your UJ Card at the Entrance Door of the library and again at the Exit Door when you leave!
You do not need to book for library access.
For more information, visit the Library Hours
All items from the general collection may be renewed twice if the item has not been placed on hold for/by another client).
Please note: Items from the reserve collection CANNOT be renewed.
Items may be renewed by phone (011 559 2165), online (access the Library Catalogue, click on “My UJLink” and follow the prompts) or in person at the Lending desk
Lending Self Service
You can perform the following services yourself without assistance from the Lending desk staff
– Access your patron record (library record)
– Place a hold on an item
– Renew items currently checked out
– Access class notes or articles placed on the reserved collection
– Issue items to yourself (self-checkout)
For detailed instructions, visit Lending self service.
If an item shows ‘available’ on the catalogue, but it is not on the shelves:
To search for Print & Online Books, please use the Library Catalogue or the Science Subject LibGuides
Print & Online Books for your studies
Lending Desk contact number: 011 559 2165
Quick Library Links to get you started:
Photocopiers & Printers
Read more on the Library website
ICL is a service through which material held by one UJ campus Library is sent to another UJ campus library for the patron’s convenience.
Login via Open Athens
If you are prompted to this screen please use your Blackboard credentials to login and select Student
Lean Library is a Library Access browser plug-in that allows you access to academic articles, books and other electronic resources
Library Training Sessions
You are invited to attend our information literacy training sessions. A variety of topics will be covered, and anyone is welcome.
The training sessions will be either in person or online.
Please book your session HERE if you have a point of need
This portal supports the Geo-Informatics students.
This LibGuide provides information on key resources for Geographic Information Systems including:
"In a GIS, you connect data with geography. And you understand what belongs where. Because you don’t fully understand your data until you see how it relates to other things in a geographic context. Geographic Information Systems is a computer-based tool that analyzes, stores, manipulates and visualizes geographic information, usually in a map." (Source)