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A new loanable technology collection is now available at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Hamilton Library. Open to all UH students and faculty, the collection is designed to empower users to become more active creators of material.

Items in the collection include:

  • Headphones with microphones
  • Calculators
  • Lights
  • Green screens
  • Clip-on and high fidelity microphones
  • USB microscopes
  • GoPro cameras
  • Raspberry Pi 4
  • Cables, chargers, adaptors

“Whether our patrons are creating podcasts or videos, interviewing people in their community or putting together a class presentation, we are hoping that the loanable technology collection will encourage students and faculty to experiment with technology that they haven’t used before, or may not have access to, as they expand their technical skills and engage more fully in scholarly conversations,” said Brian Richardson, instructional design librarian.

View the complete collection and learn more. Items must be picked up and returned at the Hamilton Library Circulation Desk. For any questions, contact Richardson at richards@hawaii.edu.

This is an example of UH Mānoa’s goal of Enhancing Student Success (PDF), one of four goals identified in the 2015–25 Strategic Plan (PDF), updated in December 2020.