Library FAQs

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A request for the material is made by filling the inter-library loan form and your request is processed by the library.

Interlibrary loan is a service whereby the library sources a book/article that is not in our collection.

The cost of printing is as follows:

  • Color printing G$140.00 per page
  • Graphics printing G$40.00 per page
  • Black and white printing G$20.00 per page

Yes the library provides a printing service in the Rabindranath Tagore Resource Center (RTRC) at a cost to all patrons.

Yes the library provides access to the internet free of cost to all patrons in the Rabindranath Tagore Resource Center (RTRC).

The cost of photocopying is as follows:

  • Research materials G$10.00 per page
  • Personal materials G$15.00 per page

Patrons are asked to identify the material to be photocopied, complete the photocopy request form; pay the cost at the Circulation Desk (Fines Point); and uplift the photocopied item. Requests for photocopied items can also be sent via e-mail. Copyright regulations apply to the photocopying of items.

In order to access Library-subscribed electronic resources from on or off-campus you must uplift the username and password at the library’s information desk or at the Learning Resource Centre.

Yes the library provides access to electronic resources free of cost to all patrons.

In order to make a reservation, the student must locate the book/books using the Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) and placed a hold on the book. Note that it is only possible to reserve a book if it is on loan. One week is given for the person to uplift the book/books after the book/books has/have been returned.