Main Library - University of Guyana

Main Library - University of Guyana

Learning & Resource Centre - University of Guyana

Learning & Resource Centre - University of Guyana

JARE

The Journal of Academic Research and Essays (JARE) is an OPEN ACCESS publication and therefore, all articles published will be freely accessible to everyone with internet immediately after publication. [more]

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Recent Publication

Recent Articles

The Role of Internships in Guyana’s Development

Proceedings of the University of Guyana Faculty of Natural Sciences First International Conference

Vermitechnology in Organic Waste Recycling: A Step Towards Sustainable Ecosystems in Guyana

Proceedings of the University of Guyana Faculty of Natural Sciences First International Conference


Call for Abstracts

Have you completed your Undergraduate, or Graduate Research Thesis, and are looking to have your Abstract published? This is your opportunity as the Department of Environmental Studies, FEES invites you to submit your Abstract to be published in Volume II of the Book of Abstracts: Student Research.

Deadline: 31 March, 2021.

Click here to download the Guidelines.

Are you still interested in having the Abstract of your Research Thesis published in the Book of Abstracts? There is still an opportunity to do so, as the deadline has been extended.

Deadline: 9 May, 2021.

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Call for Essays

The sudden shift from traditional face-to-face teaching to the use of technology for educating and learning due to COVID-19 cannot be denied. How does this affect our students, and staff members? What are your challenges? Is the shift beneficial for you? Share your views by writing and submitting an essay of no more than 3000 words, under the theme “Education and COVID-19: Perspectives of Student and Staff”.

Deadline: 31 March, 2021

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How has the sudden shift from traditional face-to-face teaching to online teaching affected you, as well your students? What are your challenges? Is the shift beneficial for you? The deadline has been extended so that you can share your views. Submit your essay of no more than 3000 words, under the theme “Education and COVID-19: Perspectives of Student and Staff” by the new deadline.

Deadline: 9 May, 2021

Click here to download the Guidelines.