Academic & Learning Skills Assistance
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Consultation
Preservation, Paper Conservation, and Disaster Preparedness Training
Personal Consultation with a Librarian
INFORMATION FOR UH MANOA FACULTY
How to Place Print and Audiovisual Materials on Reserve for a Course
How to Reserve Audiovisual Materials for a Classroom Showing
How to Expand Access to Your Instructional Materials Using ScholarSpace
Know Your Copy Rights: What You Can Do (ARL, 2007)
LILO: Library Information Literacy Online
Basic Library Research Handbook
Library Catalog Tutorials
Research Tools Guide
Listen to an Audio Tutorial on...
Request a Customized Tutorial or Web Site
Library Databases Tutorials
Chat with a Librarian or Ask a Question by Telephone or Email
The Library is dedicated to the promotion of scholarship and research by providing all members of the University community with a comprehensive program of instruction, including lectures, demonstrations, active-learning activities, course management system modules, podcasts, videocasts, and more, tailored to meet individual and group needs at all levels. Our primary goal is the attainment of information fluency for all students, faculty, and staff at Manoa.
The Library encourages collegiality and collaboration between teaching faculty and library faculty. Teaching faculty are invited to work with library instruction faculty in designing course-related assignments that include information fluency objectives. The program incorporates a variety of teaching strategies and methodologies that reflect individual differences in learning level, style, and culture.
Library instructional services strive to meet the following learning objectives by helping students become familiar with: