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The library conducts instruction sessions to introduce students to various aspects of library services, resources, and research techniques. These range from brief library tours and demonstrations; to more inclusive sessions that last for part of, or all of, a class session; to multiple class visits or other forms of long-term interaction with your students. Librarians can work with you to tailor a presentation to the needs of your students. Presentations can be conducted in the library, in your classroom, or in a computer lab. Please contact the librarian serving your subject area to arrange for a library presentation.
For information on placing library or personally-owned items on reserve, please see the faculty information section of the Course Reserves guide.
Complete this form to suggest that the Library purchase a certain book for its collections. Keep in mind that purchase is not guaranteed, but we will definitely contact you regarding the status of your request.
To request that your personal copy of an item OR the Library's copy of an item be placed on Course Reserve, submit this form. You must fill out one form for each title you wish place on Course Reserve. Once the form has been submitted and the Library is in possession of the item, it will be processed within 24 hours.
Complete this form to request usage of Kapunawai: The Hawaiʻi-Pacific Resource Room. "Kapunawai" translates to "spring, well, fountain," and these ideas guide the purpose and function for this space. Kapunawai is a spring of inspiration, a well of resources, and a fountain of knowledge.