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Hawaiʻi Academy of Science
A non-profit organization working to transform Hawai‘i's young thinkers into makers. They strive to approach tech maker education in a way that is based in Hawaiian ancestral technological knowledge.
Pacific Science Association (PSA)
Pacific Science Association
A regional non-governmental, scholarly organization that advances science, technology, and sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region by actively promoting interdisciplinary and international meetings, research, and collaboration.
The official publication of the PSA.
In addition to its large DVD and videotape collection, UH Mānoa subscribes to multiple moving image content providers, many of which include content related to science and technology. Guide to Online Video Resources.
A curated general-purpose repository that makes the data underlying scientific publications discoverable, freely reusable, and citable.
Knowledge Network for Biocomplexity (KNB)
KNB is an international repository intended to facilitate ecological and environmental research. The data originate from a highly-distributed set of field stations, laboratories, research sites, and individual researchers.
An initiative funded by NSF to develop a repository for observational data in environmental science crossing discipline boundaries of ecology, oceanography, meteorology, water, etc.
Websites can be a valuable source of information for a plethora of topics. However, it is important to follow best practices when evaluating the scholarly content of individual websites. (see guide from HCC for one method of website evaluation.)
This database of databases allows searching across a variety of unique collections related to Hawaiʻi's history and culture, including the invaluable newspapers collection.
A Learning Foundation: Using Hawaiian Language Newspaper Articles for Place and Culture-based Geoscience Teacher Education and Curriculum Development.
Native Plants Hawaiʻi
The goal of Native Plants Hawaiʻi (NPH) is to create and establish a single, comprehensive and searchable online knowledgebase of endemic and indigenous plants of Hawaiʻi. NPH seeks to connect local nurseries to landscape architects and home growers to promote the purchase, use and understanding of local native plants.
Hawaiian kalo - An identification guide for taro in the Hawaiian Islands
"This key was created to help assist the general public, farmers, and horticulturalists alike to identify kalo (taro - Colocasia esculenta) horticultural varieties and other closely related species found in the Hawaiian Islands. As of February, 2006, the key assists in the identification of 97 horticultural varieties of taro."
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