design by Kasey Kawaguchi
Day 1: May 1, 2018
LEAP pre-conference workshop
Panel 1: Honoring Our Past
Day 2: May 2, 2018
Panel 2: Collection Development & Management
Panel 3: Librarianship in Cultural Context
Panel 4: Ethics in Librarianship
Day 3: May 3, 2018
Working Groups: the Future of Pacific Librarianship
CPIS capstone student presentations
LEAP student presentations
2018 will mark the 50th anniversary of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UH-M) Library's Pacific Collection. We invite you to join with us and other Pacific librarians and scholars to reflect on the legacy left us by our librarian ancestors and consider what legacy we hope to build for the generations of librarians that will follow.
This conference is jointly hosted by UH-M Library's Hawaiian & Pacific Collections, the Center for Pacific Islands Studies, the Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies, Nā Hawaiʻi ʻImi Loa, and the University of North Texas' Library Education for the U.S. Affiliated Pacific.
Registration and all conference meals are free for participants.
Go here to register: https://goo.gl/forms/a7SXZ6aIjhmSnTT22
Extended registration deadline is 15 March 2018.
If you need a letter of invitation, please find a generic version below.
If you need a personalized invitation, please contact Eleanor Kleiber (ekleiber[at]hawaii.edu)
East-West Center (EWC) housing is available on a limited basis. This housing option tends to be less expensive than hotels.
|$32/night||Hale Manoa & Kuahine Dormitories (shared bathrooms): Single|
|$43/night||Hale Manoa & Kuahine Dormitories (shared bathrooms): Double|
|$56/night||Lincoln Hall Guest House: Standard Studio|
|$69/night||Lincoln Hall Guest House: Corner Studio|
|$80/night||Lincoln Hall Guest House: 1-Bedroom with Kitchen|
Hotels in Waikīkī
If on-campus accommodation is not preferred or unavailable, the closest hotel accommodations will be in Waikīkī. A quick internet search will give you a wide variety of options and price ranges.
For services such as AirBnB or Couchsurfing, the closest neighborhoods to the conference site are Mānoa, Kaimukī, Mōʻiliʻili and Pālolo.