OneSearch Manoa searches the UH Voyager Catalog plus a huge index of electronic academic journals on most topics. It does not search all of the Library's databases and indexes. OneSearch is huge, but you may need to use other specialized databases to find additional subject-specific resources. The OneSearch Manoa guide explains more about how to use OneSearch Manoa.
Use Hawaii Voyager to find both print and electronic forms of books, journals, videos, and more in the UH System libraries.
Use the Get This Item link in the upper right side of the item record to transfer a book to you from another UH System library; to recall a checked out book; or, to use an item in the Hawaiian, Pacific, or Special Research Collections.
Do not use Hawaii Voyager to find specific journal articles on a topic. Go to Finding Journal Articles for links to those tools.
Aloha Lifelong Learners!
At UHM, you have access to an excellent collection of online and print resources to help you through your studies.
But our resources are also available to help you outside of the classroom. You have access to them from wherever you have access to the Internet. In some cases you can download resources to your device so you can use them even if you are completely offline.
All you need are a UH username (email@example.com), and affiliation with UHM.
To get to the online Library resources,
you must log in first.
This guide includes links to resources in selected categories. For a full selection of handy reference works and resources, go to:
How to Read Call Numbers (PDF file)
Books in UH Libraries are shelved by Library of Congress call numbers.
Family Resources call numbers start with HQ503 - HQ1064
Psychology call numbers start with BF
Sociology call numbers start with HM
Social work call numbers start with HV
Map of call number locations as a PDF file.