The Ken Ingram Memorial Lecture

April 3, 2014

The Department of Library and Information Studies, in collaboration with the UWI , Mona Library is pleased to present the  3rd K E Ingram Memorial Lecture at 5:30 pm on April 3, 2014 in  the Multifunctional Room of the Main Library.  The Lecture will be presented by Professor Emeritus Barry Higman, visiting Professor of History and Archaeology and honours the work of Mr Kenneth Ingram as outstanding librarian, historian, bibliographer and scholar.


Senior Lecturer/Lecturer Positions

Congratulations to our 2013 Graduates

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The Department of Library and Information Studies will be hosting its first Research Forum under the theme, “Showcasing Research in Library and Information Science: Implications for Practice”.     This will be held in the Multifunctional Room at The University of the West Indies, Mona Main Library on Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The keynote speaker will be Mr. Donald Anderson, Managing Director of Market Research Services Limited.

This forum will show-case library and information science research via poster presentations. The audience will comprise lecturers, and library and information professionals who work in various libraries as well as students in the Department of Library and Information Studies.


AUGUST 26- 30, 2013


AUGUST 28, 2013



 Public Lecture

The Principal's Research Awards

Two members of our Faculty were awarded for outstanding research..




Department of Library Information Studies
World Class Students!!!!
Interactive Study Session
Tons of Resource Materials Available
State of the art Facilities
DLIS offers workshop on effective research skills to students of Kingston College on January 10, 2013 – “Maximizing SBA/CAPE Scores: Mastering Research Skills”


Welcome to the Department of Library and Information Studies at The University of the West Indies, Mona  which has the distinction of being the only library school established primarily for educating and developing library and information professionals in the English-speaking Caribbean. The spread of our graduates across the region and globally, in careers such as librarians, archivists,  heads of library systems, system designers, and information specialists  is surpassed only by the range of our programmes and courses . These  programmes are developed  to ensure that  students are equipped with theories and practices to manage information units and assist clients cope with  the increasing production of information and information technologies.


View photos from the Pre-Conference Workshop, Daphne Douglas Distinguished Lecture, Gala Dinner and more.