Computers, software and other devices and services for patrons with disabilities
General facts about library services
Photographs and description of artworks in public areas of the library
Guidelines for courteous cell phone use in the library building
UH at Manoa Library has Computerized Learning and Information Center Labs (CLIC) co-sponsored with ITS (UH Information and Technology Services). They are open to all University of Hawaii-affiliated individuals with current identification.
The Closed Shelves area exists to protect library material which is subject to damage or theft if shelved in open stacks
Describes cost of card and borrowing privileges for community patrons
Information about Federal copyright rules and copyright issues related to material placed on reserve at Sinclair Library
How to get to the library and find parking.
Websites of the various departments and collections at the Library.
Descriptions and photographs of current and past exhibits
List of recent publications by librarians
Links to articles about the library in local newspapers
Revised article by Nancy J.Morris that appeared in the International Dictionary of Libraries
Hamilton and Sinclair Library hours, including holiday and interim hours
Information for students, faculty and staff about online library card activation
Guidelines for arranging library instruction for non-UH students groups
How to request loans from other non-UH system libraries (i.e. national and international institutions)
Requesting library material from another UH library (e.g. UH Hilo or a Community College)
Published twice a year, Fall Semester and Spring Semester, available online in PDF format
For nursing mothers who are affiliated with the University of Hawaii System
The process and results of University of Hawaii Library participation in the LIBQUAL+ NATIONAL SERVICE QUALITY survey conducted in Spring 2003 are described.
The process and results of University of Hawaii Library participation in the followup LIBQUAL+ survey conducted in Spring 2006 are described.
Information about the LIS Program and its merger with the Department of Information & Computer Science
What's your library worth to you? Find out how much would you pay out-of-pocket for your library services if you had to purchase them directly?
How to contribute to the library, Honor With Books program, naming opportunities
PDF format - planning document
To create a safe environment that is conducive to the exchange of ideas, we will share information with you in a respectful manner and ask that you do the same.
To ensure that the environment is conducive to study and research, all users are asked to abide by this Library Use and Conduct Policy
Driving directions, campus maps, parking information
Description of eligibility and procedures for obtaining locker storage
Location of fire exits, copy machines, restrooms, etc.
How the new National Institute of Health Public Access Law affects University of Hawaii researchers
Guidelines for short-term loans for library-use only material
Photographs and information about the flood destruction of the basement of Hamilton Library
UHM Library computers and related equipment are to be used only to access information resources for educational, instructional and research needs. The use of Library computer equipment for other purposes is prohibited.
Information about how to renew the loan period of borrowed material by using the Voyager Online Catalog
PhD students working on their dissertations, affiliated researchers and others such as visiting scholars may reserve research carrels. Carrels are given out on a first come, first served basis, provided eligibility requirements are met.
Instructions for requesting and borrowing material from the Hawaiian, Pacific and Rare collections
Phone number and email addresses of staff and librarians
Locations of and features available in the rooms
Web site for the 2005 exhibit of rare books, historical documents, photographs, journals, prints, drawings, maps, posters, etc.
Description of borrowing privileges and services available to community users and visitors.
Data on page hits, usage rates, type of visitors to library website
Locations and instructions for connecting personal laptops to the campus wireless network
Positions available at the library