Popcorn will play a crucial role at our snack bar during the Finals Countdown. Please consider lending us your popcorn maker. If you have questions or would like to donate the use of your popcorn maker, please email Carina at email@example.com or call her at 455-0301.
There are two additional ways we can use your help:
1. Bring us extra gift cards! We will be holding prize drawings every hour, so help us make the prizes AMAZING! Contribute any type of valid gift certificate, whether it be for $5 or for $20!
2. Give flyers to your students. We have letter-sized and quarter-sized versions. The PDFs can be downloaded from our event’s Libguide. If you’d like pre-made ones, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Leeward CC is celebrating International Education Week from 11/17-11/21.
Please note: the Japan Trivia Competition on Friday, 11/21 from 1pm-3pm will be held in LA 230 instead.
The Library has the following display in honor of IEW. Leeward CC is currently home to F-1 and J-1 International Students from 18 different countries: Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Tonga, and Vietnam. The display shows items in our collection about/from these various countries.
The UHCCs recently celebrated 50 years of touching the lives and minds of those in our communities that hope to broaden their horizons. As such, each CC was gifted with a door painted with its school color. Leeward CC’s door is now housed in the Library’s Reference, Reading, and Research Room, where all who walk on the main concourse can see it!
A joint effort by the Library, Learning Resource Center, and Writing Center to offer students additional support during the final days of the semester. On December 3-4, the Library and Learning Commons will remain open until 10 PM to provide students with
faculty-led review sessions and office hours
computers and printers
library services (until 9 PM)
de-stress activities and hourly prize drawings
a fully-stocked snack bar
In addition, the KiMOBEAN Cafe will be open until 9 PM both nights.
When is it?
Dates: Wednesday, December 3rd and Thursday, December 4th
Times: 5:00-10:00 PM
How can I participate?
Hold a review/study session to prepare students for their final exam. This was a popular activity last spring so don’t wait to reserve a space!
Schedule additional office hours. Reserve a table to meet with students individually or in small groups.
Volunteer your time. Friendly and helpful people are needed to welcome faculty, direct faculty and students to designated areas, stock the snack bar, take headcounts, and answer questions. Volunteer now athttp://goo.gl/forms/F9qj1JcC5f
Donate snacks for students. We have a small budget for snacks but your donations are welcome. We accept snack foods that are not too messy (not sticky or greasy) and don’t require refrigeration, utensils or plates to eat. Drop off your donations at the Circulation Desk. Leave your name and email so we can acknowledge your donation.
Tell your students! Help promote the Finals Countdown by telling your students about this great event.
There are LOTS of Hawaiian/Pacific titles in our latest addition of new books. Peruse at your own leisure. They can currently be found on our new book cart in the Reference, Research, and Reading Room OR can be “held” via Voyager (click on the link below and follow these directions)
Join us for a reading event celebrating Hawaiian, Pacific, and Local literature featuring Lisa Linn Kanae, the author of “Sista Tongue” and “Islands Linked by Ocean” and an English professor at Kapiolani CC.
The Library and Hawaiian Studies Program are honored to host Dr. Puakea Nogelmeier, distinguished scholar, UH Professor of Hawaiian Language and a former Leeward student.
As Executive Director of Awaiaulu, Dr. Nogelmeier is the instrumental force behind the digitization of Hawaiian language legacy materials. His organization has made previously difficult to access Hawaiian language newspapers available to researchers and the general public. Recently, Awaiaulu donated to the Library a beautifully illustrated two-volume set of the Ka Mo’olelo o Hi’iakaikapoliopelewhich originally appeared in serialized form in a newspaper published in 1906. Dr. Nogelmeier translated the text from Hawaiian to English.
Dr. Nogelmeier will discuss his scholarship and journey from Leeward student to UHM professor. Please join us in welcoming back Dr. Nogelmeier to Leeward. Help us promote this special event by forwarding this post to your students. Light refreshments will be served.
Friday, November 7, 2014
11am – 12pm
Ka ‘Imi ‘Ike Lecture Hall
(2nd floor) – ED201A/B
Watch this TEDx video to hear Dr. Nogelmeier discuss the legacy of Hawaiian language newspapers:
Puakea Nogelmeier is a Professor of Hawaiian language at the University of Hawaiʻi, Mānoa, where he has taught for 28 years. His BAs in Hawaiian language and Anthropology, his MA in Pacific Islands Studies and PhD in Anthropology were all completed at UH, while beyond the university, he trained for decades in learning Hawaiian language, traditional dance, chant and literature. He has gone through formal training and ceremonial graduation (ʻūniki) as both a dancer (ʻōlapa) and a teacher of the dance (kumu hula). A prolific composer of Hawaiian poetry in both traditional and modern styles, his compositions are widely published and recorded.