The Donald Angus Botanical Print digital image collection has been converted to the Streetprint platform. Check out the enhanced searching and new links at: http://digicoll.manoa.hawaii.edu/angus/
Explore the collection by core subject areas, such as US history, literature, arts, and science and technology, as well as themes like migration and labor history and groups including African Americans and women. This project was developed for use by students and teachers in grades 6-12 and higher education. Each set includes an overview, ten to fifteen primary sources, links to additional resources, and a teaching guide.
Read journal letters of Sophia Cracroft; extracts from the journals of Lady Franklin, and diaries and letters of Queen Emma of Hawaii in this UH Press publication in Scholarspace
After 10 days of fighting, the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa’s Hamster Mafia has saved students from a blitzkrieg by feral cats on campus. …
Read all about it on page 3 of the 2009 issue of Ka Leo in Scholarspace
“Curating Transdisciplinary Research on Place-based Writing: An Interactive Introduction to 680 Open Access Video Clips of Teachers and Students”
Thursday, March 31, 3 p.m. in Kuykendall Hall 410, University of Hawaii at Manoa
A weekly colloquium series by the English Department, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Place-based Writing Across the Disciplines is a digital collection on ScholarSpace, UH Manoa’s digital repository. Hosted by the UH Manoa Library, this freely accessible collection resulted from place-based writing research across 16 academic disciplines on the UH Manoa campus.
In this colloquium, the presenters will introduce … Read More
And another title from University of Hawaii Press has been digitized! Learn about Hawaii’s People in this updated fourth edition of a standard work on Hawaii. Find out the who, where, why and when and delve into how these islands became a melting pot of ethnic groups. https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/39974
Check out another digitized title from University of Hawaii Press: News from Molokai. Read the letters between Peter Kaeo and Queen Emma, spanning from 1873 to 1876, including actual reproductions of the handwritten correspondence. https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/39980
Take a look at this newly added University of Press title, The Victorian Visitors, an account of the Hawaiian Kingdom from 1861-1866, created from extracts from the journals, diaries, and letters of Sophia Cracroft, Lady Franklin, and Queen Emma of Hawaii. https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/39981
Are we all really connected by six degrees of separation? Kevin Bacon may think so, but find out for yourself in this interesting paper on computing social distance among participants in a social network, when the social network is stored in a distributed fashion, with no central point of coordination. https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/39968
Mutsun is a Costanoan language from the Central Coast of California, centering around the modern-day towns of San Juan Bautista, Hollister, and Gilroy. In 1930, Mrs. Ascension Solarsano, the last fluent speaker of the Mutsun language, passed away. However, because of her work with linguists, as well as other earlier native speakers, there survives a written corpus of Mutsun. Take a look at this dictionary, which is the result of studying and analyzing that documentation. https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/24679