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GAELIC Celebrations

Posted by gaelicnotes on September 23, 2010

Congratulations!!  to our GAELIC colleagues who have been selected to be part of the first Carnegie Library Leadership Train-the-Trainer Programme:

Modisa Khosie (University of Limpopo Medunsa Library)

Annah Matodzi (University of Venda Library)

Jacob Mothutsi (University of Pretoria Library Services Mamelodi Branch Library)

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Kays graduation

After giving us a wonderful presentation of her life as a librarian, Kay  Raseroka flew off                      to the Canada to receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Alberta                                     Read more about it  >>>

Read her address>>>>


Well done Belinda Boucher (Electronic Content Librarian) of Tshwane University of          Technology for being appointed to assist the Academy of Science of South Africa                    with   their investigation into the electronic information needs of academic staff,                     students and    researchers. The results of this study will inform the Department of                      Science and     Technology   (DST) of relevant databases which may be considered for special licensing  support. Read more >>>>>


Read the Limpopo Leader for information about exciting things happening at the University of                   Limpopo and especially about the Student mentoring programme (p. 19+)


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