Fall 2014 Hours
August 25 - December 12
Writing Workshop: Reading and Writing Scholarly Essays September 22, 2014, Library Computer Lab In this workshop, you will learn specific reading strategies that will help you to better understand and evaluate scholarly articles, allowing you to fairly summarize, paraphrase, and quote from these sources. We will also discuss the appropriate tone and vocabulary to effectively address an academic audience in your own writing. You will also learn various search techniques for locating scholarly articles in library databases.
Reading and Talk Story Session: The Value of Hawai'i 2 September 25, 2014, in the 'Ulu'ulu Exhibit Space
The Value of Hawai'i 2: Ancestral Roots, Oceanic Visions (UH Press, 2014) is a collection of essays and poetry that chart out alternative futures for Hawai'i, grounded in community work and research happening in the present. Join us for this reading and talk story session with authors of this collection.
Digital Art Society of Hawaii (DASH) Exhibit October 06-18, 2014, in the 2nd Floor Exhibit Space Artists' Workshop/Demo - October 9, 2014 The Digital Art Society of Hawaii (DASH) is presenting new work October 6, 2014 - October 18, 2014 at University of Hawaii West Oahu Library. The artists' workshop/reception is planned for Thursday, October 9th 2014 at 12 pm in the Library Computer Lab.
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Fall 2014 Hours