Library News and Much More!

February 28, 2018
by Ralph Toyama

Problems Accessing ABI/INFORM Articles from OneSearch

When searching OneSearch, our multi-database research tool, you might experience difficulty accessing articles from ProQuest’s ABI/INFORM Collection, especially while off-campus. You may get a “504 Gateway Time-Out” message after a long pause, or you may see a screen asking you for your institution or ProQuest username. Or you might see a screen with information about the magazine or journal the article comes from, but not the article itself. We are working to resolve the issue. You can go directly to ABI/INFORM to search for and view articles.

OneSearch is a system that keeps track of the materials in many of our various subscriptions and collections, and other sources. It can quickly give you a list of books, articles, videos, etc., ranked in order of most likely to be useful. For physical materials like books, magazines, and DVDs, it tells you where to find them. For online articles, papers, e-books, and streaming videos, it links out to the materials in the databases they come from. It’s the linking from OneSearch to ABI/INFORM that isn’t working correctly right now.

ABI/INFORM Collection, which includes ABI/INFORM Global, ABI/INFORM Trade and Industry, and ABI/INFORM Dateline, features thousands of full-text journals, dissertations, working papers, key business and economics periodicals such as The Economist, country- and industry-focused reports, and downloadable data. Its international coverage gives researchers a complete picture of companies and business trends around the world.

February 20, 2018
by Kale Kingsbury

Library Books Available at Waianae Moku? Believe It!


In order to ensure that library materials are accessible to students, faculty, and staff at both Leeward Community College campuses, the Library is pleased to announce that books can now be requested for pick-up at Waianae Moku Center!

Requesting an item for delivery to Waianae Moku

On the online Library Catalog (Voyager or OneSearch), once you’ve found the book you are interested in, you can click on “Hold” (OneSearch) or “Get this Item” (Voyager).  After filling out the other necessary fields, on the field that reads “Pick up location” / “Pick up at:” you can select Leeward CC Waianae Moku Center as your site.

Hold Request Hold Request - Pickup Location

Picking up your item

Please allow 1 – 2 business days for your requested item to be transferred from Leeward CC’s Pearl City campus to Waianae Moku.  You can check with the Hawai’i-Pacific Resources Librarian, or at the front desk, to see if your item has arrived.  Items can be returned to those same locations, and they will be routed back to the Library.

The same item loan periods / availability for the Pearl City campus Library apply to items sent to Waianae Moku for pick-up (with due dates being extended slightly to account for travel time between locations).  If you would like to renew your item(s) to extend the loan period, please call the Library’s Circulation Desk at (808) 455-0210.

February 20, 2018
by Wayde Oshiro

Rosetta Stone Trial Available Through March 31st

The library has initiated trial access to the Rosetta Stone Library Solution Plus language learning platform for a limited time. Rosetta Stone Library Solution Plus offers the following:

  • 30 languages (some up to 5 levels);
  • Lessons building reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills;
  • CEFR B1 proficiency for selected languages.

To get started, click here [New Window] to create your 30-day trial account. After creating your Rosetta Stone account your access is good for 30 days, or until March 31st, whichever comes first.

Important Note: Your progress is not saved after the 30-day trial ends.

Your feedback will inform the library’s decision to acquire this resource in the future. Please complete our Trial Database Feedback Form [New Window] to let us know what you think.

February 13, 2018
by Jason Yamashita

Black History Month Display

2018 Black History Month Display
February is Black History Month. Please visit our display in the library’s upper level, near the Best Sellers Collection.

“African Americans in Times of War” is the 2018 theme from the Association for the Study of African American Life and History.

~ Submitted by Jason Yamashita

February 13, 2018
by An

Anti-Valentine’s Day Display

February may be considered the month of love but there are a few that are just not feeling it. Come by and check out our Anti-Valentine’s Day display and see if any of the books we selected speaks to you! We will also be passing out candy Wednesday, February 14th, while supplies last!

February 6, 2018
by An

Thank you “One Shower at a Time” Toiletry Drive Donors!

AUW Toiletry DriveThe Library would like to give many thanks to all who donated to the Aloha United Way “One Shower at a Time” Toiletry Drive! Throughout the month of January, we collected around 12 boxes of toiletry items!  A donation box was set up at Leeward CC – Waianae Moku as well.  Library Staff were repeatedly impressed sorting through the Waianae campus’ donations each week–they contributed heavily to the drive! Mahalo for your support!


February 2, 2018
by An

Feb 2018: Best Sellers Added This Week!

Best Sellers added to our collection this week:

Victoria & Albert : a royal love affair Every Breath You Take  Last Castle Noel Diary Twelve : Freedom from our addictions Rules of Magic The Templars : the rise and spectacular fall of God's holy warriors Chasing Light The big lie  Higher is Waiting End Game You Can't Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump (A So-Called Parody) From a Certain Point of View F*ck that's delicious

Click on the book’s image to place a hold on it in our Voyager catalog! (For instructions on placing a hold on a library item, click here)

If you would like to suggest a book, series, or author for our collection, please fill out our Best Sellers Suggestion Form.

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