Useful online information sources you might not have heard of.
- Chronicling America – Historic American Newspapers
- Search digitized newspaper pages from 1836-1922, and find information about American newspapers published from 1690-present. Includes images from many historic Hawaiʻi newspapers. A project of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Library of Congress, with content provided by the Hawaiʻi Digital Newspaper Program.
- ipl2: Information You Can Trust
- An extensive list of useful and reliable websites, assembled, organized, and presented by librarians. ipl2 is the result of the merger of the Internet Public Library and the Librarians' Internet Index, two projects started in the mid-1990s to identify useful information sources on the Internet.
- Pūpū A ʻO Ewa
- Native Hawaiian Arts and Literary Journal – Leeward Community College
- Ulukau: The Hawaiian Electronic Library
- An online collection of searchable digitized books about Hawaiʻi, in Hawaiian and in English. Also includes historical Hawaiian-language newspapers, photographs, videos, and other special collections.
- University of Hawaiʻi Digital Institutional Repositories
- eVols is a digital repository consisting primarily of textual materials digitized by the UH-Mānoa Libraries or other UH programs.
- ScholarSpace is a digital repository of works created at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, including reports, articles, theses and dissertations, data sets, and more.
- UH System Repository contains materials from the campuses of the University of Hawaiʻi system, including Leeward Community College's general catalogs dating from 1968.
Also, please visit the LibGuides
page to find online research guides for specific subjects, for other recommendations for online information sources.