Presentation in LIS 693 — Resources in Hawaiian & Pacific LibrarianshipPosted: September 22, 2014
Hawaiian specialist librarian Dore Minatodani presented about Chronicling America to a library science class, LIS 693 — Resources in Hawaiian & Pacific Librarianship, on Thursday, September 11. She explained to fourteen students about how to do research in historic and modern Hawaii newspapers and gave examples of how to search in Chronicling America.
Pacific specialist librarians Stuart Dawrs and Eleanor Kleiber are teaching this class in the Library and Information Science Program, University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Stu said, “We think the [Hawaii Digital Newspaper Project] is an excellent addition to the tools available for researching 19th and early 20th century news coverage related to Hawaii and the Pacific.”