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National Library Week: Home

National Library Week: April 3-9, 2022

What is National Library Week?

During the month of April, libraries across the nation will highlight the roles of libraries, librarians, and staff and what part they play in 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!

National Library Week 2022


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Library Chat Widget

Library Chat

Click this image or the "Chat with Library Staff" widget on the right side of the screen to get immediate help.

Book a Librarian

Book a Librarian

Schedule a one-on-one online appointment with a librarian. We're here to help you find and select resources for your assignments. Make your appointment today!

Book a study space

Book a Study Space

Book a study space up to 7 days in advance!

Mobile Devices

Mobile Devices & Accessories

Leeward CC students (or UH students registered for at least 1 Leeward CC class) may borrow mobile devices and accessories.


Mobile Printing

Our MobilePrint* service allows you to upload files from any computer to our printing system while on campus! (Must be connected to LEE WiFi on your laptop)

Primo - Best Sellers Collection

Best Sellers Collection

This collection features a rotating selection of bestselling fiction and non-fiction books from popular authors. New titles are added each month.


OverDrive Collection

A collection of popular fiction and non-fiction ebooks, magazines, and audiobooks.

Leeward Library Webpage

Visit our library's home page to view more services!

America's Book Bans

ALA Statement on Book Censorship

In recent months, a few organizations have advanced the proposition that the voices of the marginalized have no place on library shelves. To this end they have launched campaigns demanding the censorship of books and resources that mirror the lives of those who are gay, queer, or transgender, or that tell the stories of persons who are Black, Indigenous or persons of color. Falsely claiming that these works are subversive, immoral, or worse, these groups induce elected and non-elected officials to abandon constitutional principles, ignore the rule of law, and disregard individual rights to promote government censorship of library collections. Some of these groups even resort to intimidation and threats to achieve their ends, targeting the safety and livelihoods of library workers, educators, and board members who have dedicated themselves to public service, to informing our communities, and educating our youth.