The purpose of Ulukau, the Hawaiian Electronic Library, is to make dictionaries, books, newspapers, genealogy, Hawaiian place names, and the Bible available for the use, teaching, and revitalization of the Hawaiian language and for a broader and deeper understanding of Hawaiʻi.
Index to the Honolulu Advertiser and the Honolulu Star-Bulletin from 1989 to present. Use to search for newspaper articles about your community. This is not a full-text database; once you find an article that looks interesting, you will need to access it on microfilm in the library (or, if it is a very recent article, in the print edition of the paper). Some articles can also be found on the Star-Advertiser website.
An index to nearly 140 journals published in or about Hawaii and the Pacific. The HPJI covers all subject areas, and includes both peer-reviewed academic journals and "popular press" publications, most of which are not indexed anywhere else. For more on how to use the HPJI, click on the "Research Strategies" tab above.
This database contains journal and magazine articles as well as full-text reports and other resources related to military history, government, politics, and law.
EBSCO has made changes to the database previously entitled Military Library FullTEXT. The database, now known as Military and Government Collection, has been enhanced with added content. EBSCO has also given the database a sharper focus to better meet the needs of its users in military and non-military government libraries.
Defense Technical Information Center is a free database with hundreds of thousands of military reports and other resources, most available in full text. It also includes Air University Index to Military Periodicals, a database of articles in military journals.