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Before submitting a suggestion, please check the OneSearch to determine if the item you need or wish to suggest is already in the library. You may ask a reference librarian about items that are not listed in the catalog.

To suggest a purchase, you must be a University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa faculty, student, staff, or registered borrower.

Please provide as many details as you can, so we can locate the exact item

Register for an Open Workshop (Students / Faculty / Staff)

Open Workshops are library sessions on a variety of topics (data visualization, citation management, online publishing tools, etc.) taught by UH Mānoa librarians. The workshops are free and open to all UH Mānoa students, faculty, and staff.

Setup a Class Session (Faculty)

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa faculty can use the form below to request library instruction for their course(s). Subject librarians can also be contacted directly to schedule a session. (Non-affiliated groups should view the Policy on Visits by Non-UH Groups.)

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Reference librarians and staff are available at UHM Library information desks during scheduled hours to help users locate answers to questions and use a wide range of library resources.

Library staff are available at the UHM Library service desks during scheduled hours to help users with service needs (borrowing materials, paying fines, etc.).

Brief assistance is available to users who telephone the desks.

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