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Finding books, e-books, and media
- Use OneSearch to find books and media (DVDs, videos) in the library or e-book and e-media (streaming video).
OneSearch searches for books, ebooks, media, and some of our databases. You can limit your results to just books and videos from the Campbell Library by selecting "This Library".
- If you find a book that may be related to your topic, write down or text yourself the CALL NUMBER.
This is how you'll find the book on our shelves. Once you locate the book, check around that area because you may find more books about your research topic. If you have difficulty locating the Hawaiʻi-Pacific Collection, feel free to ask anyone at our Circulation or Reference desks.
- Pay special attention to SUBJECT HEADINGS.
These work like hashtags and will help you find more resources related to your topic.
- Found a book located at another UH campus?
We may be able to request it be sent to UHWO. If you need assistance with this, stop by the Circulation or Reference desks.
Example Books @ the UHWO Library
The books listed below are general books about Hawaiian culture, history, and language.The Hawaiʻi-Pacific Collection is located on the second floor of the library, third shelf on the ʻEwa side.
To find topic-specific books, click on the "Topic Research" tab at the top of the page.
E-books in Ebrary
Ebook Central offers access to many e-books about Hawaiʻi. There are two ways to access ebooks from Ebrary. OneSearch will pull up ebooks that the UHWO Library has access to. Use your UH login and password to see the book in its entirety.
You can also search Ebook Central directly. Use your UH login and password to search and access ebooks.
EXAMPLES FROM EBRARY: