Philippine Revolutionary Papers, 1898-1900

offical croppedLearn about the Philippine Revolution (1896-1898) and the Philippine American War (1899-1902), when you check out the newly completed Philippine Revolutionary Papers. It includes letters, military orders and official government programs and invitations. Noted documents were authored by the first president of the Philippines Emilio Aguinaldo, as well as Lieutenant Colonel Joaquin Natividad Alejandrino, who fought under General Manuel Tinio in the Greater Ilocos region.

Distributed Anonymous Computation of Social Distance

Scholarspace iconAre 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.

Mutsun-English English-Mutsun Dictionary

Mutsun English Dictionary 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.

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.

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.