IS 297P: Information, Power, and the Internet

December 8, 2015

Register for Spring 2016!

IS 297P is an exploration of contemporary issues related to the information landscape online. The course will critically analyze the power structures implicit in the creation, dissemination, and use of information. The course will cover themes such as media literacy, misinformation, the Deep Web, surveillance, and the commodification of information.

IS 297P: Information, Power, and the Internet (3 cr., WI)
Hybrid course, meets Tuesdays 9:15-10:30am
$0 textbook cost

More info: bit.ly/is297p-info

Class availability: https://www.sis.hawaii.edu/uhdad/avail.classes?i=KAP&t=201630&s=IS


Makerspace: Lego and Coloring

December 8, 2015

Unplug and de-stress by coloring pre-printed cards, gift tags, and coloring sheets. See articles in The New Yorker or The Atlantic for more details on this popular trend.

Can playing with Lego make you more creative? Come and find out, and impress us with your best models!

Where: Lama Library Alcove.
Date: From December 8 to December 18, 2015.
When: During Library opening hours.

Both activities are free, all materials provided!

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lego makerspace flyer

 

 


Now Available: 76 $0 Cost Textbook Classes

November 23, 2015

Check the 2016 Spring Class Availability for 76 classes at Kapiʻolani Community College that will have cost-free textbooks!

These include courses in English, Biochemistry, Art, Chemistry, Ethnic Studies, English as a Second Language, Geology, Hawaiian Studies, Law, Interdisciplinary Studies, Philosophy, Religion, Zoology, Music, and Geography. Look for the notation “Textbook Cost: $0” in the comments section for these classes in the spring 2016 Class Availability Listing.

In support of our students and the UH system-wide initiative to adopt Open Educational Resources (see http://oer.hawaii.edu), the Library and CELTT have been helping faculty adopt and create quality no-cost, low-cost, and openly licensed learning resources to reduce costs for students and share our educational resources with other faculty. Contact Sunny Pai (sunyeen@hawaii.edu) at the Library and Learning Resources to learn more.

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Special Event: Rainforest Puʻuhonua Reading

November 10, 2015

 

Kahikāhealani Wight, author of Learn Hawaiian at Home & Illustrated Hawaiian Dictionary, will read from her new book:
Rainforest Puʻuhonua: a memoir of cultural awakening at the Lama Library Alcove, Thurs. Nov. 19, 12:15pm.

 

Kahi Wight flyer

Special Event: Transgender Awareness Week

November 4, 2015
These free events in the Library and in the Auditorium (Ohia 118) are open to students, faculty, staff, and the community:

Screening of The Glades Project and discussions with Connie Florez on the history of transgender in Chinatown, Honolulu.
Tuesday November 17, 2015
12:15-1:30pm
Lama 116

Screening of Kumu Hina and discussions with Hina Wong-Kalu on transgender identity in Hawaiian culture.
Wednesday November 18, 2015
1:10-3:30pm
Ohia 118 Auditorium

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Special Event: Fall 2015 Literary Reading

October 29, 2015

Four guest authors will present their work at this event:

Thursday, November 5, 2015
10:45 – Noon
Lama Library Media Alcove

  • Juliet Kono-Lee, is both a poet and fiction writer. She is a recipient of the Hawai‘i Book Publishers Association Ka Palapala Po‘okela Award for Excellence in Literature for her most recent novel, Anshu: Dark Sorrow.
  • Jean Toyamaʻs recent publications include a volume of short stories in The Piano Tunerʻs Wife and a volume of renshi poems in No Choice But to Follow.
  • Shareen Murayama is currently a candidate for her MFA in poetry at Oregon State University. She lives and writes in Honolulu.
  • Mavis Hara is the author of An Offering of Rice, a collection of stories.

We will also be giving away 2 copies of Issue No. 106 of Bamboo Ridge: Journal of Hawaiʻi Literature and Arts in which all of our guest authors have been published.

For more information, please contact
Lisa Kanae at lkanae@hawaii.edu or Gail Harada at gharada@hawaii.edu


Now Available: The Study Hub

September 4, 2015

Study with us!  Get support in all levels of writing or math from Student Mentors and Faculty Volunteers at the Study Hub in the Lama Library Alcove (first floor, down the ramp to the right of the stairs).

Study Hub support is available Monday to Friday during regular library hours. Drop by during hours listed here. The schedule may change subject to mentor availability.

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