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The UWI Open Campus Library
|OC Trinidad & Tobago|
Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Weekends & Public Holidays Closed.
The University of the West Indies, Open Campus.
Esmond D. Ramesar Centre
Soogrim Trace, Off Narsaloo Ramaya Road Endeavour
Trinidad & Tobago
Tel: 1-868-227-6736 Ext. 31954 / 31955 / 31956
UWI LIBRARIES' INFORMATION CONNEXION Search & Discover Resources
Change to Opening Hours:
All OCTT Libraries are closed. Queries can be directed to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Arrangements are now being made to move back to the physical space. As services are rolled out users will be informed.
This collection consists mainly of print items that support the continuing and professional education (CPE) programmes.
This collection consists mainly of West Indian books. Items in this collection are for use in the Library only.
Past Examinaton Papers are available online in the OCLIS Past Examination Paper Database
Eresources can be found using UWIlinC. Search and discovery subscribed and free ebooks, ejournals, databases and more.
The Library has a seating capacity for 51 consisting of individual and collaborative seating space. There is also a small area with lounge chairs for relaxation.
All current UWI staff, students and alumni are eligible to borrow materials from the OCTT Library St. Augustine.
In addition to the Ask A Librarian service, students can also submit their reference questions face to face, via the telephone or via email to the Librarian.
This is a self-service. Users are required to purchase a venda card which can be topped up as the need arises.
Computers are not networked for printing. Students are required to save documents on an external device (e.g. flash drive) and submit to library staff for printing.
Rates: Vary according to content.
Users have access to 16 computers for scholarly activities. Users need to sign the register before using computers.
The Library provides lockers for students to store personal items.
Rate: $1.00 per day. There is a charge for the late return of locker keys.
Please keep cell phones on mute or vibrate.
While discussion is encouraged, users must be considerate to others using the Library.
Library staff will consider all legitimate complaints. Reasons that do not constitute a basis for appeal:
- Lack of knowledge of library policy
- Disagreement with library fines or fee structure
- Forgetting due date
- Unwillingness to take responsibility for materials returned late by a third party
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