Invitation:

Let’s Celebrate AFRICA Month:  Encouraging you to learn new information skills with pride in Sepedi and isiZulu.

The UJ Library together with UJ’s Department of African Languages translated the English Online Information Literacy Module into the following languages: isiZulu and Sepedi. The purpose is to introduce information literacy to students whose first language is not English so that the students gain confidence in applying information literacy skills. Subsequently, given the opportunity for students to follow the information literacy module in their indigenous language can contribute towards reducing information poverty and contribute towards sustainable development.

DATE:  8 May 2023
TIME: 15:00-16:00
FORMAT: Hybrid function
IN-PERSON: Nadine Gordimer Auditorium, 5th Floor, APK Library
To attend this event, registration is essential.
ONLINE REGISTRATION LINK:  https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ChNDVIH1SAOyw5Jvqb56gg

May 8, 2023

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