Caribbean Studies in Video: The Banyan Archive
For Access to Caribbean Studies in Video: The Banyan Archive, please go to:
Featuring a mixture of history, entertainment, and social commentary, Banyan Productions has produced a film library of the highest international standards, covering documentary, drama, music, dance, and much more, spanning the past 40 years. With more than 1,100 hours of exclusive programming, Caribbean Studies in Video
brings the oral and visual history of the people, culture, society, and identity of the Caribbean people, by the Caribbean people to the forefront.
Before submitting your work for publication through a website, make sure that you're considering the right journal to do so:
Consult with your colleagues: what journals do they publish in, and why?
Use a journal recommendation service like the Edanz Journal Selector, Jane, or the CoFactor Journal Selector
The mission of Open Access Academy (OAA) is to provide resources, support and advice for students and early career researchers in their journey from writing to publishing their scientific papers. OAA's THINK-CHECK-SUBMIT campaign seeks to "help researchers identify trusted journals for their research."
3) Avoid journals that have a questionable reputation:
Consult the Beall's list of "predatory" publishers and publications and review the Criteria used by Beall, which can be helpful as you make up your own mind about the merits of any and all journals you may be considering
And at any time, feel free to consult the Cave Hill librarians for further guidance!
Check lists of vetted journals (e.g., the Directory of Open Access Publications, DOAJ) and publishers (e.g., membership list of the Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers, STM.)
The Office of the Principal is pleased to announce the Cave Hill Campus Research Website.
From June to September 2011, numerous beaches and bays of islands in the eastern Caribbean (e.g., Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Maarten/St.Martin) were enveloped with unprecedented amounts of brown seaweed. Please click here for the article