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  The Find Information section of The Alma Jordan Library's Website provides access to the tools you'll need to find print, electronic and multi-media resources in The Alma Jordan Library and on the web.

 


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Search for UWI information resources in all formats including UWI's intellectual output, subscribed resources (electronic journals, databases, electronic books) and the library catalogues of all four UWI campuses .
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Audio Visual Services


The Audio Visual Collection covers a wide range of presentations and subject matter on most of the disciplines taught at the university. It is located on 3rd Floor. You may call (868) 662-2002 ext. 83363 for further information.
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Books, Journals and MORE


This is a direct link to The Alma Jordan Library, St. Augustine's Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC). It will assist you in locating your books, journals and research material in the Library.
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Caribbean Resources








The West Indiana and Special Collections Division hold a repository of unique Caribbean materials.
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Electronic Resources
 

 


The Library provides a wide range of scholarly electronic resources such as research databases, electronic journals, and selected web sites. Due to licence restrictions, most of these electronic resources are restricted to registered students/staff of the UWI. For connecting from Off-Campus click here >>


   Catalog
   Databases
   E-Journals
   Reference Sources
   Selected Websites
   The Digital Collections/Displays:
        - Diaries of Sir William Young
        - Eric Williams Memorial Collection
        - The Colonial Bank Correspondence
        - The Hochoys

 

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Library Tutorials


This library tutorial, developed by librarians on the UWI Campus is designed to help you improve your information skills so you can more effectively search, evaluate, and select information from these sources in order to help you with your on-going research at the University. More importantly, these are skills that you can take with you as you prepare for life as a lifelong learner.
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Past Exam Papers

 

The Library's database of past exam papers includes only papers that are either sent from Exams Registry or the individual departments. Search Past Papers >>

 

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Research Assistance


Cut down on your research collection time. Please visit or contact your Reference and/or Subject Specialist Librarians who can point you in the right direction. See Contact Us >>
We have selected the following key research resources for you:

Electronic Journals
Browse through the electronic journals to which the Library currently subscribes. See Electronic Journals >>

Find Articles in Databases
Find articles on a particular topic, or search research databases. See Databases >>

Find Books, Journals and More
Search our Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) for books, journals, conferences, theses, microfiche, microfilm, sound recordings, other multimedia material and MORE. See Books, Journals and MORE >>

Reference Sources
Search our reference resources (e.g. dictionaries, encyclopedias, etc) for factual information in various fields. See Reference Sources >>

Subject Research Guides
The following only provides a general guide for citing your sources. Please visit your Subject Specialist Librarian to get further information in your particular area of study.

Subject Division Style Manual and Citation Guides
Science and Agriculture
(2nd Floor layout)
The Chicago Manual of Style
Engineering
(Ground Floor layout)
The Chicago Manual of Style
Humanities (3rd Floor layout) MLA Style
MLA Style for Postgraduates
Medical Sciences (Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex)
Vancouver Style
Social Sciences
(4th Floor layout)

The Chicago Manual of Style

APA Style Guide

Tutorials
Tools for learning how to use The Alma Jordan Library and other information resources. See Tutorials >>


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Special Collections

 

The Special Collections constitute a separate category of materials within the West Indiana and Special Collections Division. These comprise unpublished source materials such as: Personal papers, Archival materials, Manuscripts, Rare Books.
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Theses

 

You can find UWI Theses by searching the Alma Jordan Library’s OPAC.
Within the search box, TYPE in Theses UWI and click on the Go button.
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You can further refine your search by author, subject etc by clicking on the Refine button located in the menu just above your results.

You can also view full text of UWI theses abstracts in the UWISpace Institutional Repository

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