Wong Audiovisual Center
Computerized Learning and Information Center
UH Manoa Library (housed in Hamilton and Sinclair Libraries) provides the largest collection of information and research materials in the state. More than 3 million volumes, including more than 50,000 currently received print and electronic journal titles, make this the 73rd largest library in the U.S. Its website provides access to other local and national indexes, specialized databases, internet resources, unique, local digitized collections, and library catalogs throughout the nation.
Hamilton Library contains the main book, periodical, and microform collections. Separate components include the Asia Collection; Special Collections (Hawaiian, Pacific, Rare Books) and the Charlot Collection; Government Documents and Maps, Microforms; Business Humanities and Social Sciences; and Science and Technology (including medicine). Librarians provide reference services, computerized information retrieval, research-paper consultation, and instruction in library use and information literacy. The Interlibrary Loan service helps faculty and students obtain research material from off-campus sources. A Computerized Learning and Information Center is on the second floor. Graduate students may reserve lockers and private study carrels in Hamilton on a space-available basis.
Sinclair Library houses the Reserve Materials Collection, the Wong Audiovisual Center, the Computerized Learning and Information Center, the Student Success Center, and the Music Collection. Older bound periodicals are also housed in Sinclair.
The Wong Audiovisual Center in Sinclair Library has a large collection of video and sound recordings that may be reserved for classroom showings or individual use.
The Student Success Center offers workshops and tutorials on study skills, test-taking strategies, career planning and information literacy.