Prototyping the Past and the Early History of Magnetic Recording with Jentery Sayers

  We have a series of exciting events coming up the week of April 17 with University of Victoria’s Jentery Sayers, who is doing some amazing and thought provoking work in Digital Humanities. One introduces…

Visual Design, Teaching with Tech, Designing for Creativity

A collaborative talk on the effects and possibilities of big data in the humanities.  A lecture and workshop on how we have creativity all wrong, and an overview of teaching with tech in composition studies, all…

Open Source and Intellectual Property in the Digital Era

March 8th DAHI Lunch Discussion Noon to 1:15 History Library, Sakamaki A201 With Professors Deborah Halbert (Political Science and Associate VC of Research) and Paul McKimmy (Learning Design & Technology) Please join us on Tuesday,…

Open Access Week 2015

This week, October 19 – 25th, is International Open Access Week. This year, UH Mānoa is once again participating in Open Access Week by hosting a series of events where participants can learn more about…

Free Textbooks for Students: A Look at Open Educational Resources in the UH System

The best reading, for the largest number, at the least cost. — American Library Association Motto, Originally Adopted in 1892 Librarians believe in the equity of access, eliminating the barriers often seen with a lack…

The Perils and Promise of Online Teaching

  American Studies is hosting a forum on the perils and promise of online teaching this comingFriday, April 24 at 3:00 pm in Webster 101. Faculty and graduate students interested in getting started or improving…