Summer Bilger 319 Hours

May 21, 2008 on 11:47 pm | In General | No Comments

From May 27th to July 3rd:
Monday - Friday: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

From July 4th to August 18th:
Please do not enter Bilger during this time as it will set off the alarm.

On August 18 & 19 (For NSO preparation and NSO on the 19th):
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

New Book on Project-Based Learning

May 19, 2008 on 2:36 am | In General | No Comments

Violet Harada, Carolyn Kirio, and Sandra Yamamoto have published Collaborating for Project-Based Learning in Grades 9-12. Harada is a professor in the Library and Information Science (LIS) Program, Department of Information and Computer Sciences. Kirio and Yamamoto, LIS alumni, are currently the cybrarians at Kapolei High School. Their high school was recognized as one of the 2006 National School Library Media Programs of the Year by the American Association of School Librarians and Follett Learning Resources.

The new text was published by Linworth Publishing, Inc., a national publisher of professional development resources for K-12 school professionals. While many texts have been published on project-based learning models, this is the first work that focuses on the high school librarian’s leadership role in the school improvement process.

H.W. Wilson Scholarship

May 19, 2008 on 1:06 am | In Scholarships | No Comments

The H.W. Wilson Scholarship Fund has granted the University of Hawaii Library and Information Science Program funding for scholarships for Fall 2008.

Award is based on prior academic performance and accomplishments.  The awards are open to students taking at least eight (8) graduate credits in Fall 2008.    The scholarship will be awarded in late September 2008, after confirmation of registration status.

Deadline:  June 1, 2008

Scholarship information can be found here:

Form can be downloaded from here:

Lucille Adams Brown Memorial Scholarship

May 19, 2008 on 1:04 am | In Scholarships | No Comments

The University of Hawaii Library and Information Science Program is taking applications for a new scholarship. Awards ($2,000 per year in total) from the Lucille Adams Brown Memorial Scholarship may be applied to support partial tuition, books, and/or fees.

Awards are based on some degree of financial need (not necessarily as determined by federal guidelines) and academic merit. Students must be officially enrolled in the LIS Program and taking at least eight units (full time) in the semester they apply for the award. Entering and continuing students are eligible.

Deadline:  June 1, 2008

Scholarship information can be found here: 

Form (Word doc file) can be downloaded here:

Two Free SLA Student Memberships

May 19, 2008 on 1:01 am | In Scholarships | No Comments

Are you (or do you know) a Library/Information Science student interested in Sci-Tech Librarianship? The Student Relations Committee of the Sci-Tech Division of SLA is offering two FREE one-year memberships in SLA (includes affiliation with the Sci-Tech Division as well as one chapter affiliation). To be eligible for one of the free student memberships, all you have to do is come up with some creative & relevant ways that the Sci-Tech Division should engage with library/information science students who are looking forward to a career in Sci-Tech librarianship. Check out what we already do at the Sci-Tech Division website:

To apply, send your creative ideas, along with your name, email, phone number, address, and the library/information science program in which you are enrolled to Deadline: May 25th, 2008

If you are not selected for one of the two free memberships, you can still become connected to a wealth of professional development opportunities, colleagues, and mentors by applying for the SLA one-year student membership ($35/year). Visit

Form can be downloaded at:

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