What is National Library Week? Each year, around the 2nd week of April, libraries across the nation will highlight the roles of libraries, librarians, and staff and what part they play in communities. This year’s National Library Week theme is: Libraries = Strong Communities.
For most students at Leeward Community College, the library is the first place they go when they are in need of answers. Come by and let us show you what we have to offer (besides books & computers)!
Schedule of Events
Big Library Read [New Window]
Big Library Read is an e-book club hosted by our OverDrive database [New Window]. During April 1-15, Leeward CC Library users will have unlimited access to the Home: A Refugee Story e-book via OverDrive [New Window].
Post your photos, videos, or text and hashtag #BigLibraryRead on social media to win a Kobo Aura H2O eReader! Click here for sweepstakes rules [New Window].
|Apr 1 – May 3||
Annual Hawai‘i Foodbank Food Drive [New Window]
The Hawaii Foodbank is hosting it’s Annual State Employees Food Drive! To support this cause, the library will be collecting donations. See front desk staff for details!
National Library Week [New Window]
We have so many fun things in store for you as we celebrate our role as YOUR Library! Come by and let us show you what we have to offer (besides books & computers)!
#MyLibraryMyStory [New Window]
Whip out your phones and tablets! Post photos, videos, or text on Instagram or Twitter & tell the American Library Association [New Window] what you love about Leeward CC Library! You may win a $100 VISA gift card!!! Don’t forget to hashtag #MyLibraryMyStory and tag us:
Please fill out our annual survey to provide feedback on how we can improve our services. We will be distributing our annual survey via email, our National Library Week webpage, and you can do it in person at our iPad kiosks–located at the Learning Commons’ entrance or upstairs by the Reference Desk!
For more information, visit our National Library Week page [New Window].