The Wits Library of Management, WLM, is situated in the Donald Gordon Building on the Management campus of the Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, 2, St David?s Place, Parktown, Johannesburg. It serves primarily the needs of the Wits Business School and the School of Public and Development Management but, together with the Commerce Library, WLM supports teaching, learning and research in management, administration and related studies throughout the University.
: : CONTACT
Renewals & Enquiries: Tel: 27 (0)11 717- 3633 Fax: 27 (0)11 717- 3669 Postal address: P O Box 98, WITS, 2050
Librarian Corporate Users Jennifer Croll, jennifer.croll(at)wits.ac.za Tel: 27 (0)11 717-3639
To reset your PIN please email Maila.Kalushi (at)wits.ac.za
: : HOURS
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
08h00 - 23h00
09h00 - 23h00
On the first Wednesday of the month excluding June & November
09h30 - 16h30
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
08h00 - 17h00
On the first Wednesday of the month
: : COLLECTIONS
The WLM collection includes books and journals covering business, management, marketing, and public and development administration. Past exam papers are also available
: : SPECIAL CONDITIONS
The library has a large selection of South African company reports and South African statistics published by Statistics SA. All students in WBS and P&DM are required to submit bound copies of their research reports for storage in the WLM.
: : MULTIMEDIA
The library has a small collection of multi-media material related to the fields of business and management. Videos are for loan to staff members only.
In an attempt to make the valuable resources in the Library more accessible to the wider business community, Wits has established a Corporate User Scheme through which companies may have access to the Library?s resources, and other customised service options, for an annual subscription fee. For more information contact the Corporate Development Officer, Jenny Croll, jennifer.croll(at)wits.ac.za
Books: The status of the user determines the loan periods for books in all libraries, unless these are coded non-circulating, in-library, three-day or overnight.
An extensive range of electronic resources, electronic databases and electronic journals is accessible through the Library web site. These include the eWITS OPAC (the Library s online catalogue) and CDROM databases. Group training sessions on the use of these resources are offered by the Library s Education & Training section; individual assistance is always available from the branch librarians. Click on these links for further information and access to services.