This guide is intended to help you start your research - it is not a complete list of all materials available.
Please contact me if you would like further assistance (see the box with the photo on the right).
Films on Demand
Films On Demand is a state-of-the-art platform streaming educational videos in numerous subject areas, including Business, Health, Humanities, Maths, and Sciences - both Natural and Social. Ask your instructor if you can use a film clip as a source for your paper/project.
Mookini Library also subscribes to two online bibliographic management services that allow UHH faculty and students to store and organize citations and can automatically create a draft bibliography* from the citations. RefWorks and EndNote Web do take some getting used to, but are valuable tools. Both have good tutorials and help pages or you can Book-a-Librarian for an introduction.
* You are still responsible for verifying the correctness of the automatically-created bibliography, but that's still easier than typing the citations yourself!
The U.S. government publishes useful material via the Government Printing Office (GPO) and as a Federal Depository Library, the Mookini Library receives a small percentage of what is published. Documents are listed in the Hawai‘i Voyager catalog just like books and other materials.
Print documents that have not been added to the General Collection are located on the Upper Level in the Government Documents collection. They are shelved according to the "Superintendent of Documents" classification system.
To find online information, see our Government Documents page.
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