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Survey Results & Infographics

Find out what our students and faculty think about the Library's services, resources, and spaces.

Infographics put a spotlight on the Library's many activities throughout the year.  What you learn may surprise you.

Annual Statistics

Leeward CC Library Annual Statistics 2018-19 2017-18 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13
Presentations 235 323 319 301 279 249 275
Participants 2,787 4,922 5,172 4,868 5,204 5,165 4,950
Items Circulated (materials & equipment) 9,633 13,642 19,057 25,068 28,201 31,679 23,074
Hits on Website 92,589 74,148 124,807 185,958 118,353 175,652 163,925
Database Searches/Sessions 556,626 497,937 684,499 895,206 671,308 662,042 526,020
Full-Text Articles Retrieved 158,639 192,288 160,412 133,930 164,332 141,831 211,583
Print Monograph (Book) Volumes Held 68,044 68,431 68,801 70,125 69,169 70,718 71,771
Print Serial Titles Held 50 65 90 111 130 156 167
E-book Titles 218,111 209,269 215,206 147,053 171,493 121,668 106,773
E-journal Titles 58,452 35,751 28,245 29,766 28,711 19,959 13,526
Electronic Databases 70 73 66 63 57 40 38
Total Resource Expenditures ($) 96,975 91,926 99,439 83,310 64,381 63,870 64,590
Resource Expenditures Per FTE ($) 24.00 21.76 22.32 17.94 14.44 14.24 14.26

Source:  University of Hawai'i Library Council Annual Report

Information Literacy Program

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, 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 an online quiz, taken through the Laulima learning management system.

For more information about the Information Literacy Program, email lccinflt@hawaii.edu.

Events & Displays

Regular Library Hours
General Information: (808) 455‑0210
Reference Support: (808) 455‑0379