There are Information Librarians who are responsible for specific faculties and they are called Faculty Librarians. They provide Information Services to undergraduate :
They offer training on how to avoid plagiarism, how to access e-resources etc.
Following is a list of all Information Librarians who support teaching, learning and research: Sizwe Mabena MabenaS@unizulu.ac.za
Ask a Librarian service You can chat with a librarian directly from your smart devices and one of our librarians will answer your queries:
Go to the www.unizulu.ac.za
Click on “Library” In the box on the bottom right hand corner of your screen click on the up arrow
Enter your email, your query, retype the code (to prove that you are not a robot) and click ‘Send’ One of the Librarians will get back to you as soon as possible.
This chat option is also available when you are using EBSCO Discovery basic or advanced search. Available at Ask-A-Librarian
Library Orientation is an introductory program designed for new library users of University of Zululand (1st year students and new staff members). It gives the new library users an opportunity to know their library and the services, facilities, resources, etc.
It is a one hour session and is conducted at the beginning of each year for first year students (and throughout the year on request).
MAKE SURE YOU ATTEND COMPULSORY LIBRARY ORIENTATION: All first year students must attend before they use UNIZULU library
The LibGuides are subject specific introductions to Library resources and services, written and compiled by information librarians.To have access to all our guides go to: