The 2011 and 2012 issues of the Hawaiian Journal of History were recently uploaded to eVols, the UH-M library's digital repository of material that is produced outside of the University of Hawaii. (The library also hosts a second repository, Scholarspace, specifically for material produced by the UH community.) All volumes of the Hawaiian Journal of History, from vol. 1 (1967) through vol. 46 (2012) are freely available for download (and also full-text searchable) at http://evols.library.manoa.
Friday, May 31, 2013
Thursday, May 30, 2013
Hamilton Library's Desktop Networking Services department recently completed an upload of more than 900 issues of Ka Leo o Hawaii, the UH-Manoa campus newspaper. The issues, which cover the years 1922-1949, are freely available via Scholarspace, the library's open-access digital repository. The year's 1924 and 1925 have not yet been digitized; all other digital versions can be found at http://scholarspace.manoa.hawa
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
The Hawaiian and Pacific Collections' temporary reference desk has now opened in Hamilton Library's Government Documents reading room. Collection librarians will be providing reference from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed Saturday and Sunday. We will continue to provide reference service at this desk until construction is completed. During open hours, we will be answering our reference telephone line at (808) 956-8264. Otherwise, the best way to reach the collections as a whole is via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that while we have transferred our reference collection downstairs, we do not have access to the vast majority of our Hawaiian and Pacific materials housed on the fifth floor, and therefore our ability to answer questions will in some cases be limited.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The Hawaiian & Pacific Collections are now CLOSED for air conditioning renovation work, which is expected to last through mid-July (an exact reopening date cannot yet be determined due to the complex nature of the construction project).
The entire 5th floor is closed and inaccessible to library users and staff.
Limited in-person reference service will be provided in the Government Documents department, on the ground floor of Hamilton Library, beginning May 28.
For reference assistance between May 13 and 24, please go to first floor (BHSD) reference desk
For more information about the renovation, including research options during our period of closure, please see http://guides.library.manoa.