OER & UH Survey Results

OER In the spring of 2014, the University of Hawaii (UH) Outreach College and the Information Technology Services began to promote the use, selection, and creation of Open Educational Resources (OER) across the UH System. The UH OER Team created and conducted a survey in the spring of 2015 to learn how and why instructional faculty and staff wanted to interact with OER. Here are the results. https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/38738

Proceedings 2015 – Selected Papers

2010DRRMicon Selected papers from the 19th annual college-wide conference for students in languages, linguistics, and literature at the College of Languages, Linguistics & Literature at University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Support for this conference was provided by the UH College of Language, Linguistics & Literature; the National Foreign Language Resource Center; and the Center for Interpretation and Translation Studies. https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/14578

Hawaiian Instruments

IMG0001 A gift from Windward Community College Library to University of Hawaii at Manoa Hawaiian Collection, these color slides were received in original analog format, with accompanying audio cassette tapes. The images and audio were digitized and combined to create a “movie” describing traditional Hawaiian musical instruments and how they are played. Circa 1970. https://evols.library.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10524/49010

Hawaiian Shadows Radio Shows by Norman Brokenshire

Norman Brokenshire in 1953

Norman Brokenshire in 1953

Hawaiian Shadows radio shows by Norman Brokenshire are now online at the Hawaiian Music Collection.  This collection of forty-five recordings from the 1930s include “Moanalua-Hawaiian Waltz,” “Kuu Ipo I Ka Hee Pue One,” and “Aloha Oe.”

Songs were digitized from original analog formats from the Hawaiian Music Collection in the Sinclair Library Wong Audiovisual CenterClick here for the rest of the article…