Library

Library notices

Delay in delivery of requested library and study materials

We apologise for the delay in delivery of requested library and study materials. The SA Post Office is experiencing a backlog and delivery has slowed down. The Post Office system sends you an automated SMS when your parcel is about to be sent to the destination Post Office. At present, this SMS is misleading insofar as the parcel may not arrive at the destination Post Office on time. The Post Office were not in a position to give us a time frame for the delay between the SMS and actual delivery, so please take this into account when you go to collect your parcel. You may need to visit your Post Office branch more than once and we regret this serious inconvenience to our students. 

Please note that we are extending the loan period for all library items affected by this situation to avoid your incurring a fine. 

With regard to your study materials, please contact Unisa’s Despatch Department for the delivery status of those parcels.


Voice your opinion on Unisa Library Services through LibQUAL+

The Unisa Library is committed to giving you the best service and improving on areas where we do not meet your expectations. We would like to know if your experience of the services we have offered thus far met your expectations and the level of service you desire. Understanding your service level ratings and any gaps between what we provide and what you require will help us to tailor our services to meet your information needs successfully. To voice your opinion, please take approximately 20 minutes of your time to complete the LibQUAL+ survey available at the link below:

 https://www.libqual.org/survey/RWSLDA52NT886X8H4A  

You will find that the link is also available via:

  1. SMS
  2. Email
  3. Library webpage: http://www.unisa.ac.za/library  
  4. myUnisa: myUnisa.ac.za
  5. UnisaLibrary Twitter
  6. Unisa Library Facebook

 If you have any queries, contact us at: Libqual@unisa.ac.za 

 


Slowness in opening e-resources page

When using the Find e-resources link, accepting the Terms and Conditions, and then selecting the A-Z, this web page take a long time to open the list of databases by title. While this issue is being resolved, please utilise the other tabs provided – such as the Subjects, Publishers, New, Trial and More tabs – as they are taking less time to load the page contents. ICT team is working urgently on the issue.

 

Last modified: Mon Nov 19 11:20:42 SAST 2018