Welcome to UWISpace, The University of the West Indies Institutional Repository for Research and Scholarship

This archive was established by the UWI Libraries to support the dissemination of knowledge by providing open access to the digitally preserved intellectual output of the University. Here we aim to collect together in one place the research and scholarship of members of the UWI community. UWISpace provides a platform for the collection, organisation, access and preservation of scholarly information in digital formats.

Departments and individuals wishing to deposit their research material in the UWISpace archive can email the administrators, or phone (868) 662 2002, Exts. 84419, 82241, 82215 at The Alma Jordan Library, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago.

All items in the UWISpace repository are protected by original copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.

Courtesy: The Caribbean Charts and Engravings Circa 1555-1818. The Alma Jordan Library. The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago.

Recent Submissions

Success Factors for Librarians in Collaborative Project Management Delivery.
(Library Association of Trinidad and Tobago, 2024) Ganessingh, Ray
Jamaica (Three Views)
(The Main Library, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados is responsible for making this digital resource available.) The Main Library, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados is responsible for making this digital resource available.
Postcard showing various aspects of the Jamaican heritage ; plantation life, the Myrtle Bank Hotel and Jamaica Army. At the front ; SA/901 (Handwritten in pencil). Verlag v. Albert Aust, Hamburg. This is an undivided back postcard. Back of the card ; €32 (Handwritten in pencil), Union Postale Universelle POST CARD. Published as card No. 20 in the Central American series.
The Belize National Curriculum Framework
(Ministry of Education, Culture and Science and Technology, Belize, 2022-07) Belize. Ministry of Education, Culture, Science and Technology
The main purpose of this National Curriculum Framework is to promote a consistent, high-quality, competency-based education via policies and practices that set standards across the curriculum system to achieve the best possible outcomes for our students. It functions as a guide to curriculum writers, teachers, administrators, managements, parents, and other education stakeholders. Its components include a common vision, aims and objectives, values and principles, philosophy of teaching and learning, the overall architecture, the importance of competency, the subject areas of learning and cross curricular areas of learning, methodologies and strategies, assessments, and monitoring and evaluation. It is more than just a curriculum – it is the overarching document of the curriculum system.