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February 2017

| VOICES Bi-Monthly Magazine of the University of Technology, Jamaica

Dr. Paul Golding (3rd left), Dean, College of Business and Management presents

a computer tablet to Lister Mair Gilby High School (LMGHS) student Lorraine

Strachan (2nd left) during a presentation ceremony at the school on October 24,

2016 at which Dr. Golding handed over a first phase of 100 tablets to teachers

and students. The tablets have been installed with the innovative e-learning

multimedia software, U-Touch developed by Dr. Golding and his research team

to aid deaf and hearing-impaired students to understand prepositions and

conjunctions to enhance their reading and comprehension skills. Sharing in the

presentation from left are Ms. Carol Williams, teacher and Mrs. Audrey Watson,

Principal, Lister Mair Gilby High School.


The University’s Calvin McKain Library’s holdings are made visible

via our Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) CALCAT. The Library

houses approximately 137,416 volumes of books and provides access

to over 58,000 online journals and subscription to 59 print titles.

CML Online resources feature information that is reflective of all the

disciplines offered by the University. These include databases such

as EBSCOhost, Emerald, Access Pharmacy, Access Newspaper Archive,

IEEEXplore Digital Library, CARILAW, Britannica, Medicine complete and


In an effort to satisfy the demand for extended library hours, CML

provides our students with a 24hr Reading Room. The facility seats

156 persons.

UTech, Ja. Donates Tablets with e-learning Software to

Lister Mair Gilby High School

President Vasciannie Donates his Publications to Calvin McKain Library

Prof. Stephen Vasciannie, CD (right), President, University of Technology, Jamaica

(UTech, Ja.) present a collection of his law publications which he authored, to Mr.

David Drysdale, University Librarian during a visit and tour of the Calvin McKain Library,

Papine campus on Wednesday, January 11, 2017. Sharing in the presentation is Miss

Glenda Dalling, Librarian, Collection Development Unit.

The President’s Publications

International Law and Selected Human Rights in Jamaica (2002) -

Stephen Vasciannie (2 copies)

The 8th Michael Manley Lecture 2009 – Jamaica and the World –

Aspects of International Law - Stephen Vasciannie (2 copies)

Us and Them: International Law in a Time of Trial – Inaugural Lecture -

Stephen Vasciannie (2 copies)

Arguments and Facts – Caribbean Public Law, Governance, Economy

and Society - Stephen Vasciannie (2 copies)

The International Law Workbook – Questions and Materials for Students

of Public International Law - Stephen Vasciannie (2 copies)


The Privy Council Versus The Caribbean Court of Appeal – Some General

Observations - Stephen Vasciannie

The Constitution and the rule of law: some recent developments in

Jamaica – Stephen Vasciannie

West Indian Law Journal – Vol. 35 – May 2010 – No. 1 – The Caribbean

Court of Justice: The Next Steps – Stephen Vasciannie

The Role of the United Nations International Law Commission: A View

from the Caribbean - Stephen Vasciannie

Part XI of the Law of the Sea Convention and Third States: Some General

Observations – Stephen Vasciannie

The British Year Book of International Law 1999 – Seventieth Year of

Issue – Oxford at the Clarendon Press 2000 – The Fair and Equitable

Treatment Standard in International Investment Law and Practice -

Stephen Vasciannie (2 copies)

ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law – Articles & Essays

– The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights: Reform and the

Question of Universality - Stephen Vasciannie

The Cobb Family Lecture 2008 – The Human Rights Project in Jamaica

– Stephen Vasciannie (2 copies)