Caribbean Curriculum is an annual peer-reviewed journal of the School of Education, The University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago. It provides a forum for the publication of scholarly articles on the education systems of the English-speaking Caribbean written by scholars both within and outside the region.
Caribbean Curriculum begun publication in May 1985 as a biannual journal. In 2001 the journal changed to an annual publication. In 2009, the Editorial structure was reconstituted and persons were invited to serve on the Editorial Advisory Board and the Editorial Committee of the journal for three years in the first instance, with the option to renew membership.
Caribbean Dialogue is devoted to commentary, analysis and information on contemporary Caribbean policy issues, It welcomes contributions on policy issues from scholars and the policy-making community in the Caribbean, the Caribbean Disapora and Latin America.
Published quarterly by the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies.
Caribbean Journal of International Relations and Diplomacy
The Caribbean Journal of International Relations & Diplomacy is a collaborative effort between the Institute of International Relations at the University of the West Indies and the Trinidad & Tobago Ministry of Foreign Affairs.The CJIRD is published quarterly in both hard copy and as an open-access, freely-available, electronic journal. An important part of its raison d’être is to facilitate information sharing between the Caribbean research and policymaking communities. In this regard, non-academics are especially encouraged to offer contributions. The CJIRD also seeks to bridge the linguistic divides between the Anglophone Caribbean and the non-Anglophone parts of the region, and envisions a broader, transnational conception of what the Caribbean "is" to incorporate its many diasporic communities.
The Caribbean Teaching Scholar
The CTS is a peer reviewed journal that focuses on research and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) with particular relevance to the Caribbean region. Journal articles include original research papers using qualitative and/or quantitative methods, position papers and essays (grounded in literature and existing research) and book reviews.
The Educational Research Association (ERA) is conceptualised by The University of the West Indies (UWI) as an umbrella body with a focus on research in all disciplinary areas of education (e.g. engineering education, history education, teacher education, vocational education, business education), and at all levels (e.g. early childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary) within the national (Trinidad and Tobago) system. The Association views Education in its broadest sense to include, for example, policy, teaching and learning, administration and leadership.
The primary goals of this Association are to provide a common platform for discourse within the educational community, encourage and facilitate a national education research agenda, and to provide mechanisms for the dissemination and promulgation of relevant research findings. By promulgating and disseminating relevant research findings we adopt an approach to education decision-making that is reflective of best practice. The Association recognises Education as a discipline in its own right, the best practice of which, as for any other discipline is supported by research and empirical evidence. A strong view of the Association is that educational research must be studied and structured based on evidence of the culture, social environment, resources and the context of practice. The Association's motto is: Education Research for Best Practice, Best Policy.
The Caribbean Teaching Scholar is indexed by Scientific Indexing Services (SIS) and the Educational Research Abstracts online database (ERA). Abstracts from The Caribbean Teaching Scholar are also included in the journal Research in Higher Education Abstracts.
History in Action
This journal is designed to showcase multiple historical narratives, written by both scholars and graduate students within and outside of the Department of History, U.W.I., St. Augustine, and by history writers external to the University. It reflects the myriad levels of engagement of the Department, both at a regional and wider international level, regarding the recounting of the past.
Journal of the Department of Behavioural Sciences
In light of the critical role of tertiary level institutions in Trinidad and Tobago, and the entire region, the Department of Behavioural Sciences, University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago seeks to further anchor and distinguish itself in the sphere of academia. The Journal of DBS is a peer-reviewed, open-access, electronically published scholarly publication developed and operated by the Department of Behavioural Sciences. The journal promotes innovative scholarship. It provides scholarly reflection and systematic approaches that are inherent to tertiary level practitioners of the disciplines; Sociology, Psychology, Government, Criminology, and Social Work. The Journal will be an outlet for in-depth multi-disciplinary discourse on a wide range of topics, theories, and methods. This Journal provides the thrust to meet the need for greater research on theories and practices within the specific disciplines and enhance the interconnectivity across areas of study with each issue themed to address scholarship in and across the Behavioural Sciences.
The Journal of Human Communication Studies in the CaribbeanThe JHCSC is the first double-blind internationally peer reviewed human communication studies journal in the Caribbean. The journal publishes at least one volume per year of at least two issues consisting of original research articles, invited essays or papers on other special themes, and selected features such as book reviews, interviews and notices related to the study, teaching and research in human communication studies in the Caribbean and beyond.
The UWI Quality Education ForumThe Quality Education Forum is a refereed higher education journal, published by the Office of the Board for Undergraduates Studies of the University of the West in collaboration with the Department of Language, Linguistics and Philosophy of the UWI, Mona Campus. The Journal focuses primarily on contemporary issues in higher education in the region and beyond.
The overarching aim of Tropical Agriculture is to contribute to the process of agricultural development in tropical agro-ecosystems, through publication of papers in the area of agricultural science and technology.
The specific objectives of the Journal are:
- To address the practical aspects of sustainable tropical agriculture production, improvement, protection and commodity utilization, worldwide.
- To foster the application of science and technology to understanding and removal of constraints to tropical agricultural productivity.
- To publish the results of original research which make significant contributions to knowledge on the practice of sustainable and productive tropical agriculture.
UWI Economic Working PapersThe UWI Economics Working Paper Series showcases economic research by members of the University of the West Indies. It includes studies that are about to be published in economics journals or that have publishable quality. Our goal is to contribute to the visibility of UWI economics and UWI as an institution world wide and locally. Our studies are of interest for the academic and public/political communities as well as for the private sector. All UWI Economics Working Papers have to be approved through a majority vote by one editor and by three refrees in a one-side blind review process.
West Indian Veterinary Journal
The West Indian Veterinary Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published twice yearly by the School of Veterinary Medicine, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago. The West Indian Veterinary Journal provides a forum for publication of papers on all aspects of: the basic health sciences; comparative medicine; and veterinary medicine (including veterinary education and veterinary public health).