WCED EDULIS | Western Cape Education Department


The Education Library and Information Service (EDULIS) of the Western Cape Education Department, provides the following to all WCED Head Office, District Offices and Schools:

  • Free Print and Electronic Library and Information Service
  • School Library Development Support
  • Research and Resources to support CTLI Professional Development Programmes

EDULIS ensures that WCED educators and officials have access to management, research and curriculum-related resources in order to support relevant and effective teaching and learning.


Street address: CTLI premises, Belhar Main Road (off New Nooiensfontein Drive), Kuils River
Postal address: Private Bag X9099, CAPE TOWN, 8000
Telephone: 021 957 9618
Fax: 086 489 2500
E-mail: edulis@westerncape.gov.za
Website: http://edulis.pgwc.gov.za/
Library Hours:

Monday - Friday: 07:30 - 16:30

Saturday: 09:00 - 12:00


EDULIS, Kuils River:              
021 957 9618

Overberg, Caledon:     
028 214 7386

Search Catalogues: SLIMS

SLIMS, the library administration software, houses separate libraries as separate institutions with their own catalogues and loan policies.

You can search the entire SLIMS network for library material you may wish to request on loan and also renew your library material by clicking on My library and then Renew.

Books 24x7

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The EDULIS electronic book collection, Books24X7, covers all aspects of corporate performance, support and professional development. It helps to accelerate acquisition of knowledge, sharpen management acumen and increase professional development. It covers these and many more topics:

  • Project management
  • Finance & Accounting
  • Leadership
  • Employee training and development
  • Team skills
  • Human resources

You can fit a bookshop on your laptop.

English  |  Afrikaans  |  isiXhosa

Contact general inquiries to arrange access to this collection:

Tel.: 021 957 9618


Electronic Journals

EBSCO Electronic Journals

Database of Education Journal Articles

Contact general enquiries to arrange access to this collection:

Tel.: 021 957 9618

Fax: 086 489 2500