A librarian is at Waiʻanae Moku several days a week.
Or you can call, chat, text, or email a librarian at the Pearl City campus:
The library has an information literacy skills program based on web-based tutorials and online testing. The version designed for English 24-level classes, introduces students to the various types of information sources (books, periodical, and electronic), and gives basic information about how to find information from these sources. The version designed for English 100-level classes covers these topics in greater depth, and also teaches students how to use specific research tools, and addresses the evaluation of found information for accuracy, bias, and reliability. Mastery of the material is assessed through a Laulima quiz.
For more information, please call a librarian at (808) 455-0379, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
You can request to have materials from the Pearl City campus and other UH system libraries sent for pick-up at the Waiʻanae Moku Education Center. See the intra-system loan page for more information about requesting materials. . When you place your request, choose "Leeward CC Waianae Moku Center" from the Pick Up At menu. Be aware that you'll get the e-mail notification that the item is ready before it's actually available for pickup at Waiʻanae Moku, because the message is automatically generated when the item is processed at Pearl City.
Library items can be returned to Danny Wyatt or Walterbea Aldeguer.
Distance Education courses are delivered over cable television, two-way interactive video, or the Internet. The library offers services and resources to students who cannot conveniently come to the library in-person.
Students enrolled in DE courses who are unable to visit either the Pearl City or Waiʻanae campus should contact the Student Life office to inquire about obtaining a student ID card. The student ID serves as your library card at all University of Hawaiʻi system libraries.
ProQuest Research Companion offers short video tutorials on how to find, evaluate, and use information. If you have little or no experience doing college-level research, it is recommended that you go through these learning modules prior to starting your research assignment.
The library's research databases, online reference works, and other electronic resources are accessible even when you're not on campus. You will need to log in with your UH username and password. If you have difficulty accessing our databases, please see our troubleshooting page.
For more information about services for DE students, see the Educational Media Center's Distance Education Student Support page.
The public is welcome to the library to visit the coffee shop, browse materials, and study. Please understand that this is not a public library, and our services and collections are focused on serving the needs of the college's students, faculty, and staff.
Members of the public can purchase a UH Libraries Community Borrower Card, which gives limited book borrowing privileges at most UH libraries. Reduced rates for those 60 or older; free for qualifying UH retirees. See Appendix II of the UH Libraries Circulation Policy for more information.
Visitors should be aware of library policies governing appropriate behavior and proper use of facilities, resources, and services.
Information about the Hawaiʻi State Public Library System is available on their website.