New in Kaipuleohone, the UH audio/video ethnographic archive: Transcripts of Ka Leo Hawaiʻi radio program on KCCN, 1972-1988 in ELAN format and plain text. Interactive audio for the transcripts at http://ulukau.org/kaniaina. Kaniʻāina made possible in part by grants from the National Science Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities.
The latest East-West Center Wire addresses interesting issues: “How will China’s authoritarian politics change the
internet?” “Can Google thrive without China?” and “Does government support give Chinese companies an unfair
advantage?” Read the article in Scholarspace: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/59210
Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society article detailing the life and achievements of Dr. Harris. The Scholarspace record includes a video presentation delivered April 2012 during the 1107th meeting of the Hawaiian Entomological Society
This site created and hosted by the UHM Library contains brief biographical records and related images for each of the personalities honored by having a building or architectural feature named after them on the campus of the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Created to contribute to the UH Centennial Celebration, some of the data is borrowed from Victor Kobayashi’s book BUILDING A RAINBOW, published by Hui O Students, UHM, in 1983.
Recent paper added to Scholarspace on early findings of study to understand gaps in progression of Native Hawaiian students to academic careers in engineering with a proposed education model to increase Native Hawaiian career interest in the engineering professoriate.
Did you know you can view Scholarspace usage information? You can see data on number of downloads and page views, the “top 10 collections” and the top 10 cities and countries that are accessing material in the repository.
A recent addition to the many Language Documentation & Conservation research materials available in the University of Hawaii Institutional Repository Scholarspace. This article (http://hdl.handle.net/10125/24792) notes that “many minority languages are becoming endangered and will be lost forever if not documented. For the first time, we combine world-wide databases on language description (Glottolog) and language endangerment (ElCat, Ethnologue, UNESCO) and provide two online interfaces, GlottoScope and GlottoVis, to visualize these together … to increase the overall knowledge of the actual state language endangerment and description”
Faculty, researchers and graduate students at the University of Hawaii at Manoa may post their publications and presentations in the Library’s institutional repository Scholarspace. Check out a recent submission by Linda Furota: “a contemporary perspective re-examining the sociocultural role of mathematics education in the schooling process, how knowledge and action for change are achieved in an ongoing process of navigating and wayﬁnding in Hawai‘i and the Paciﬁc”