Wong Audiovisual Center (AVC) is located on the first floor of Hamilton Library, serves University of Hawai'i at Mānoa students, faculty and staff, other University of Hawai'i colleges, visiting scholars, and visitors from the community. It contains video and audio media including a large number of feature films in English and other languages.
Dedicated on January 23, 1987, the Harry C. & Nee-Chang Wong AVC was made possible through a generous gift from the Harry C. & Nee-Chang Wong Foundation. The continued generosity of the Wong Foundation has made it possible for Wong AVC to keep up with technological developments in the area of media and to provide resources and equipment for student, faculty, and staff use. Originally established in Sinclair Library and moved to Hamilton Library in December 2019.
The Wong AVC's strengths include:
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Holds on DVDs and other media:
Most media can have holds placed on it through OneSearch.
Loans: Most audiovisual media may be borrowed by University of Hawaii system with a UH ID for 7 days. See information on loans for Community users.
Borrowing Limits: There are limits on the number of MEDIA items (CD, DVD, Videotape, etc.) that a patron may check out at one time.
Materials may be renewed at a UH Library circulation counter or on-line via OneSearch. Media may be renewed from the due date for 7 additional days unless the item is reserved or booked for a class. Exceptions are reference titles, items that are reference in nature, and items that are restricted by copyright. Renewals will not be accepted via telephone, fax or e-mail.
Materials can be returned to any UH System library. When the library is closed, materials should be returned to the media/book drops located outside of the front doors of Hamilton Library.
"The mission of Hōkūle‘a’s Worldwide Voyage is to navigate toward a healthy and sustainable future for ourselves, our home – the Hawaiian Islands – and our Island Earth through voyaging and new ways of learning. Our core message is to mālama (care for) Island Earth – our natural environment, children and all humankind. In early May 2014, the two wa‘a kaulua will sail toTahiti, the first international leg of the Worldwide Voyage."
Hōkūle‘a. Hōkūle‘a’s Worldwide Voyage (WWV) Mission. Web. 27 Dec. 2013
To facilitate the prompt return of library materials, fines are assessed at the following rates:
Also, fines for overdue items are assessed every day (hourly for Reserve items) including weekends and holidays.
An item will be deemed lost when the fine reaches $10.00 (10 days after the due date for items at $1.00 per day; 20 days after the due date for items at $.50 per day; 40 days after the due date for items at $.25 per day). Lost charges include the replacement cost of the item, a $10 NON-REFUNDABLE processing fee, in addition to accumulated overdue fines. Borrowing privileges will cease if financial obligations owed to the library total $10 or more.