If our current scholarship and research is behind a pay-wall, only those who can afford access can truly contribute to moving our knowledge of a subject forward. With open access, anyone can access this scholarship and contribute to a subject's knowledge.
Despite the immense communicative potential of visual methodologies, surprisingly few community-based research studies have meaningfully considered participants’ visual meaning-making processes...Read more
In the lives of women, puberty is marked by the onset of menarche. From this stage onwards until menopause, reproductive health and menstrual hygiene are important aspects of women’s lives. In Zambia’s Western Province, the natural process of menstruation is a taboo and dealt with secretly...Read more
UWC Library won many awards for its design
During term times, many students enter this vibrant space
There are 14 floors in this Library, with a winding spiral ramp for users to access the collections
A staff member introducing new students to Library services.
A quiet and convenient place to study on Level 4 of the Main Library.
Level 7, 8, 9, 11 and 14 have books dedicated to each individual Faculty e.g EMS books can be found on Level 7
Knowledge Commons can be found on Level 6, where students can make use of 111 computers
Postgraduate Students and Researchers can make use of the quiet space at Level 13
Level 7 Training
The Library has various training rooms available on Level 6, 7, 9, 10 and 13
Self Learning Zone
Take charge of your own learning, and empower yourself at our Self Learning Zone at Level 5!