Looks for materials on our library shelves, those held at other UH campuses, and in the many library databases that we may or may not subscribe to. Results include scholarly, popular, and grey literature such as technical reports and government documents as well as commercially available media, some news articles and more.
Strong collection of very useful Hawaiian-related books and journals from the 1800s to today on Hawaiian history, culture, language, and issues. Also includes many specialized collections important to Hawaiian research.
Full-text search of many digitized books and periodicals. Titles under copyright are given a limited preview and those in the public domain are freely available. Use this search to find specific references to your topic. Note: titles with a limited preview may be available online or in print via OneSearch.
Over 750,000 doctoral and selected master's theses from now to 1997 are available for PDF download. Includes citations of titles from more than 1,000 graduate schools and universities dating back to 1861.
UHM's Hawaiian Collection is a closed stacks collection. Materials of ours you find in OneSearch must be requested using the "Request: Physical Item" feature. Click here for requesting instructions.