April 18, 2019
by Ralph Toyama
Several scheduled maintenance procedures scheduled for this Saturday, April 20 will affect access to our online research resources and databases.
ProQuest Ebook Central will be unavailable from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. due to system maintenance by ProQuest.
The Hawaiʻi Voyager online library catalog will be unavailable for a short period before 8:00 a.m. for server maintenance.
A power outage affecting Hamilton Library at UH Mānoa is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. This will likely affect network equipment necessary to reach both the Voyager system and the login system used for the research databases that you need your UH username & password to access, including EBSCOhost, ProQuest, Gale, Facts on File, CQ Researcher, and others. These resources will be unavailable until power is restored. Kanopy videos will be watchable if you login before the outage begins. The OneSearch multi-database search system will remain available, but will not be able to retrieve articles, e-books, or videos from the affected databases.
April 15, 2019
by Natalie Wahl
Click the links below for 24/7 access to Leeward Library journals, newspapers, movies, and research guides related to our impact on Earth. Happy Earth Week!
For more info on Leeward CC Earth Week Events, please visit the campus calendar [New Window]
April 8, 2019
by Jason Yamashita
We invite you to participate in a Book Potluck by recommending to our library community a favorite or meaningful book from our collection.
How to Participate:
1) Select your book of choice from our collection. An e-book is okay too.
2) Fill out a comment card about the book. This is available on the “Book Potluck” display unit on the Library’s UPPER level. If your book is an e-book, please check the box for “E-book” and we will print the e-book cover.
3) Place book and comment card on the UPPER level display unit.
Periodically, these books will be moved and showcased in the entrance display case on the Library’s MAIN level.
Please visit our National Library Week page [New Window] for more activities and information.
Add an ʻono book to this display unit on the Library’s upper level.