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Humanities Division (3rd Floor)
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In Humanities Division, located on 3rd floor, you can find information in the following subject areas: Education, Fine Arts/Architecture, Greek/Latin Language & Literature, History, Library Science, Languages, Literature, Linguistics, Music, Philosophy, Religion, West Indian, Bibliography (labelled REF.hZ)
Divisional Librarian - Mrs. Rabia Ramlogan 662-2002 Ext. 82262
Divisional email for enquiries - hummail@sta.uwi.edu


 


Floor Layout (3rd Floor)


This will assist you in locating the bookshelves, study areas and other resources. See 3rd Floor layout >>
See also Tips for finding books on the shelf >>

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The following are some of the resources which will help you to improve your research methodology. Please contact your Divisional Librarian Mrs. Rabia Ramlogan for assistance 662-2002 Ext. 82262.

Audiovisual Resources

The Humanities & Education Division provides access to a wide range of audiovisual material (AV) including:

  • CDs: The CD collection includes calypsos, classical and popular music;
  • LPs: The LP collection includes recordings of classical music, calypsos, spoken works by Shakespeare and readings of English & French poems;
  • Audio Cassette tapes includes Caribbean music
  • VHS tapes and DVDs: The video and DVD collection includes local TV presentations and some foreign language films (with sub-titles).

An important aspect is the collection of material (DVDs and videos) to support courses in the Departments of Liberal Arts and History. Other topics include language teaching.
The materials are not for loan but are available for classroom, research and other instructional uses by the UWI faculty and students.  Faculty who wish to reserve AV material & book the AV Room for viewing should call ext. 3363. 
AV titles are listed in the Catalogue (http://stalibweb01.sauwi.uwi.tt/F).

Selected Foreign Language Films

  New Books

Selected List of New Books June 2011

  Research Assistance

Databases

Electronic Journals

Reference Sources

Selected Websites

Style Manuals

The MLA style is published in two different publications:
  1. MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing, 3rd ed. 2008 - FOR POSTGRADUATES
  2. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th ed. 2009 - FOR UNDERGRADUATES

These two publications contain identical guidelines for referencing. Undergraduates should use The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers 7th ed. 2009.Postgraduates should use The MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing, 3rd ed. 2008.

UNDERGRADUATES -
For an introduction to general rules and works cited examples , refer to: MLA Style >>

You can also refer to the MLA Quick Guide >>

POSTGRADUATES - For an introduction to general rules and works cited examples, refer to: MLA Style for Postgraduates >>

For School of Education Students
APA Style, 6th ed. Tutorial
http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=apa_exposed
http://www.apastyle.org/learn/tutorials/brief-guide.aspx

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