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The UWI Open Campus Library
|OC Saint Lucia|
Monday - Thursday
10:00 am – 7:30 pm
9:00 am – 4:30 pm
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sundays & Public Holidays Closed.
The University of the West Indies, Open Campus.
Castries LC04 101
Tel: 1-758-452-3865 Ext. 39406
Contact: Daisy St. Rose
UWI LIBRARIES' INFORMATION CONNEXION Search & Discover Resources
Please note that the library is currently close until further notice; however, users may contact us by email email@example.com or cell # 758 720 3365 (Monday to Friday - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm) if you wish to borrow resources from the library. We offer curbside pick up once a week based on requests and where possible, we will send information via email.
When visiting the library all COVID-19 protocols apply.
DVDs, CDs and Films
Past Examination Papers (May also be able 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 general reading / study area accommodates 30 patrons; however, due to the Covid-19 pandemic protocols implemented, the library can only accommodate 4 persons in the room at this time.
Research and reference consultations
There is a limited number of computers for patron use. All patrons can use the service to log on to the World Wide Web, type papers, and conduct research. The UWI Acceptable Use Policy for Information & Communication Technology applies to all computer users and access is limited to one (1) hour; based on demand, time may be extended.
All computers are equipped with the latest versions of Microsoft Office Suite.
Patrons are asked to save documents on jump drives and other portable storage devices. Information saved on the computers will be deleted.
Rates $0.50 one side page / $0.80 two side page. Colour painting $1.00 and up.
The library is provided exclusively for the purpose of academic study and research. Any conduct inconsistent with this purpose or detrimental to its pursuit by others shall constitute a breach of rules.
Silence should be observed in the library.
CELLULAR PHONE USE IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED IN THE LIBRARY. STUDENTS WHO FAIL TO COMPLY WILL HAVE THEIR LIBRARY PRIVILEGES SUSPENDED FOR 1 DAY IN THE FIRST INSTANCE AND FOR LONGER PERIODS WITH REPEAT OFFENCES.
Students must seek to be pleasant, courteous and respectful to all persons at all times.
All library users must be prepared to present their student ID cards on entry or at any time when asked to do so by library staff.
In order to maintain the good image of the school, library patrons are reminded that they must be properly and decently attired upon entering the library.
ID cards are non-transferable.
Chairs, tables and other library equipment, fittings and furniture may not be marked, defaced or disarranged.
The following are prohibited: loitering; soliciting; smoking; consumption of food and drink including water, excessive noise, improper behaviour, use of profanity and obstruction of people.
Books etc., taken from the shelves and used for work in the library should be left on the tables after use and NOT be replaced on the shelves.
Students leaving the library may be called upon to show all items in their possession.
N. B. The library is equipped with Surveillance Cameras. Persons found to have availed themselves of material without permission, will be prosecuted.