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UCT Libraries
(Including the Library and
Information Studies Centre)
Executive Director: Ms Gwenda Thomas
Departmental Profile
In addition to the University Libraries providing academic
information services that form a strategically strong research,
teaching and learning environment to support staff and
students, librarians contribute to research in their areas of
subject specialisation, aspects of research librarianship and
information literacy and related areas such as visual archives,
digital collections and assessment in academic libraries.
Research Fields and Staff
Dr Colin Darch
Senior Information Specialist, current affairs in central
and southern Africa; academic libraries; assessment;
information facilities; academic and research libraries,
South Africa.
Ms Jennifer Eidelman
Faculty Liaison Librarian, Information literacy and use of
technology in service delivery.
Mr Paul Weinberg
Senior curator, photography; visual archives; exhibition
curation; digital collections; land and environment, South
Contact details
Postal address: UCT Libraries, University of Cape Town,
Private Bag, RONDEBOSCH 7701, South Africa
Telephone: +27 (0)21 650 3096
Web home page:
Library and Information Studies
Head: – Associate Professor Jaya Raju
Centre Profile
The Library and Information Studies Centre (LISC) is
organisationally located within UCT Libraries but
administered academically via the Humanities Faculty.
Its mission is to provide dynamic and innovative library
and information studies programmes informed by global
scholarship and its location in Africa. LISC offers, through