Deuteronomy 2:1-3New International Version (NIV)

Wanderings in the Wilderness

Then we turned back and set out toward the wilderness along the route to the Red Sea,[a] as the Lord had directed me. For a long time we made our way around the hill country of Seir. Then the Lord said to me, “You have made your way around this hill country long enough; now turn north.

Let go of your struggle and come out of your darkness in the name of Jesus

Directory of Library and Information Units, Jamaica

AVIN (Audio Visual Network)

National Library of Jamaica / Audio Visual Department (Focal Point)

GOVERNMENT NON-GOVERNMENT
African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica

Edna Manley College of the Visual & Performing Arts

Jamaica Archives & Records Department

Creative Production & Training Centre

Jamaica Cultural Development Commission

Jamaica Tourist Board

JIS Television

Ministry of Health
Ministry of Justice
Ministry of National Security

National Gallery of Jamaica
Office of the Prime Minister

Planning Institute of Jamaica
Public Broadcasting Corp. of Jamaica

Radio Education Unit, UWI Mona

Central Jamaica Conference of the Seventh Day Adventist

Deliverance Centre

Gleaner Company Co. Ltd.

Nationwide News Network

Radio Jamaica Limited (RJR)

COLINET (College Library Information Network)

University of Technology (Focal Point)

GOVERNMENT NON-GOVERNMENT
Bethlehem Moravian College

Brown’s Town Community College

Church Teachers’ College

College of Agriculture, Science and Education
Edna Manley College for the Visual & Performing Arts
Excelsior Community College

G. C. Foster College of Physical Education
& Sports
Knox Community College

Management Institute for National Development (MIND)
Mico University College
Moneague College

Montego Bay Community College
Portmore Community College
Sam Sharpe Teachers’ College
Shortwood Teachers’ College
St. Joseph’s Teachers’ College

United Theological College of the West Indies

Bethel Bible College
Catholic College of Mandeville
Fairview Baptist Bible College

Hydel University

Jamaica Bible College and Community Institute
Midland Bible Institute

Northern Caribbean University

St. Michaels Theological College
University College of the Caribbean

Vector Technology Institute
Zenas Gerig library, Jamaica Theological Seminary / Caribbean Graduate School of Theology

LINET (Legal Information Network)Supreme Court (Focal Point)
GOVERNMENT NON-GOVERNMENT
Houses of Parliament Library

Law School Libraries

Resident Magistrates’ Courts Collection
Supreme Court Library

Special Courts Collection

Legal Department Libraries

Librarians and Institutions Associated with Law
Law Firm Libraries

JADIN (Jamaica Agricultural Documentation and Information Network)Ministry of Agricuture Library (Focal Point)
GOVERNMENT NON-GOVERNMENT
Agricultural Council of Jamaica
Coffee Industry Board
College of Agriculture, Science & Education
Ebony Park HEART Academy
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries

Sydney Pagon Agricultural High School

Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA)


SECIN (Socio-Economic Information Network)

Planning Institute Of Jamaica (Focal Point)
SECIN Online Catalogue

GOVERNMENT NON-GOVERNMENT
African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica
Bank of Jamaica
Bureau of Women’s Affairs
Creative Production & Training Centre Ltd
Financial Services Commission

Fiscal Services Ltd

HEART TRUST / V.T.D.I.
Jamaica Cultural Development Commission
Jamaica Military Museum and Library, JDF
Jamaica Information Service

Jamaica National Commission For UNESCO
Jamaica Tourist Board
Jampro Ltd / Jamaica Trade and Invest
Management Institute For National Development (MIND)
Mico Care Centre
Ministry of Agriculture
Ministry of Education
Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy & Mining
Ministry of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change
Ministry of Finance & Planning
Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Foreign Trade
Ministry of Health
Ministry of Industry, Investment & Commerce
Ministry of Justice
Ministry of Labour, Welfare & Sports
Ministry of National Security
National Council on Drug Abuse
National Family Planning Board
National Housing Trust
National Works Agency
Office of the Prime Minister
Office of Utilities Regulation
Port Authority of Jamaica
Registrar of Companies
Social Development Commission
Statistical Institute of Jamaica (SATIN)
Social Welfare Training Centre, UWI Mona
Sir Arthur Lewis Institute For Social And Economic Studies (SALISES), UWI

Urban Development Corporation
University of Technology, Jamaica

Association of Development Agencies

Aulous Madden &Company

Bob Marley Reference Library

The Council of Voluntary Social Services

Gleaner Co. Ltd
Grace Kennedy & Company Ltd

Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica

International Seabed Authority

Jamaica Chamber of Commerce

Jamaica Employers’ Federation

Jamaica Exporters Association
Jamaicans For Justice
Jamaica Observer Ltd
Joint Trade Unions Research Dev. Centre

Private Sector Organization of Jamaica
Red Stripe
Sagicor

Sistren Theatre Collective

United States Peace Corps

Embassy of the United States, Kingston Jamaica
University College of the Caribbean
Victoria Mutual Building Society (Training Department)

STIN (Science and Technical Information Network)

Scientific Research Council (Focal Point)

GOVERNMENT NON-GOVERNMENT

Bureau of Standards Jamaica
Caribbean Maritime Institute
College of Agriculture, Science & Education
Institute of Jamaica – Science Library
Jamaica Bauxite Institute
Mines & Geology Department
Ministry of Agriculture & Fisheries
Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy & Mining

Ministry of Water, Land, Environment and Climate Change
National Environment & Planning Agency
National Water Commission
National Works Agency
Office of Disaster Preparedness & Emergency Management
Petrojam
Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica
Science Library, UWI Mona
University of Technology, Jamaica

Urban Development Corporation

Sugar Industry Authority
Sugar Industry Research Institute

Possible Delay in the Release of Examination Results (UWIMONA)

From: The Guild Council

To: All students

As a result of the newly implemented GPA Scheme the University has advised the Guild of Students that it is taking every precaution to ensure the interest of students is protected with respect to the examination results of the recently concluded semester (Semester 1 – 2014/15). As a result, there may be a delay in the release of examination results due to the the fact that the University has decided that:

  1. No results are issued for Semester I examinations until they have been scrutinized by the Board of Examiners.
  1. First Examiners have also been asked to review examination performance in each course and to report to the Faculty Board on Examinations on the quality of performance in each course for which they are responsible compared to 2013/2014, with particular reference to: a. Proportion of failures; and b. Proportion of passes in the A and B grade bands.
  1. Where a significant variation in performance from previous years is noted which cannot be satisfactorily accounted for by the First Examiner, the Faculty Board of Examiners is asked to refer the scripts to the University Examiner for urgent review.

These measures are very important to ensure that your interest is protected and the Guild of Students endorses these measures. Please be assured that we will be monitoring the situation very closely and will provide further updates should the need arise.

We ask that you bear with the University as this is the first test of the new grading scheme thus it is important that a thorough analysis is undertaken to ensure students are not treated unfairly.

#YourGuildworkingforYou

Happy Holidays.

Source: http://www.uwimonaguild.org/345/

Good Bye 2014… Hello 2015

Greetings WordPress, Twitter, Google+ Followers and Facebook friends,

As we are all aware, the sunset on the year 2014 has arrived and we are a few hours away from starting another year… The year 2015. But before I talk about what I would like for 2015, I have to mention 2014…

2014 was not such a good year (well depending on how you looked at it)…. It followed the course of 2012 and 2013.. In 2014, I didn’t even bother to make an effort to do much. It was as if I was wondering around or i was passenger in my own mind and not knowing what was going on.  There were times I felt like giving up, times when I felt as if I needed to do more by I was paralyzed by my thoughts and me emotions. I lost friends and people who I loved, I made friendships that were not the best ones to make. Allowing my problems and inefficiencies define who I was. Yep most of 2014 I was depressed *some of you maybe wondering when was I depressed? I remember a scene in Doctor Who recently this year when Clara asked Robin Hood why he was so sad, So Robin replied by saying ‘Why do you think me sad?”… Her reply was “Because the Doctor’s right: you laugh too much”.* I was more or less burnt out  and tired.

The year started with my laptop being damaged but God made a way so that I was given a new one a better one. God has done a lot… I walked off a job in faith to do Internship for school and immediately after that I got a summer job and after the summer job I was employed on the UWI Campus… Isnt God good?… But I was still under pressure… Still burnt out… Still wanting to give up..

This last week placed me in a vulnerable state to allow God to speak to my soul and he helped me to heal.  Now I was looking to heal from a relationship that ended but God did more that heal that situation.  HE helped me to be free to understand that nothing just happens, to let it go, how to deal with my depression and more.  I was told that he already went through and died for all my problems, so I should just brush myself off and keep walking with my head held high and know that HE gotz ma back no matter what. He maintained that my destiny will not be with the ones who left my life but the ones he has placed there to be my foundation and from that foundation my mansion will be built.

My prayer for 2015 is that I will grow from the failures of 2014 and become a better man, that I will find myself and understand myself, building friendships and alliances that will only build and guide me in the way that I should walk.  To become successful, To become DEMAR CORNWALL.  Good bye 2014… I will not miss you…

I also pray that my friends and family, acquaintances and those who know me … Will have a great year and remember you are nothing without God….

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