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You can access over 200,000 electronic books in Ebook Central collection from on or off campus any time of day, any day of the week.
Find Ebook Central books in two ways:
1. Use the Primo VE Catalog - The Ebook Central books each have an entry in the catalog, just like the printed books, DVDs, and other library items. Your search is limited to descriptive information about each library book (you can't search within the books). To view an Ebook Central book, click on the link that says "Access for WCC students, faculty, and staff" or "Windward CC Full Text" and login. Login either with your UH username & password (recommended) or with your UH ID Number and last name.
2. Search Ebook Central directly. This lets you search within the contents of the books in the Ebook Central collection. Login with your UH username & password.
Browsing the Shelves
Physical books in the WCC Library are arranged by subject.
Human ecology GF
Anthropology GN 1-890
Physical anthropology GN 49-298
Ethnology. Social & cultural anthropology GN 301-674
Culture & cultural processes GN 357-367
Collected ethnographies GN 378-396
Applied anthropology GN 397-397.7
Cultural traits, customs, & institutions GN 406-517
Technology. Material culture GN 406-442
Economic organization GN 448-450.8
Intellectual life GN 451-477.7
Social & political organization GN 478-495.2
Ethnic groups & races GN 537-674
Prehistoric archaeology GN 700-890
Manners and Customs GT
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The Honolulu Weekly was published between 1991-2013, and was considered a welcome alternative to the Honolulu dailies, offering a fresh take on Honolulu's music and culture scene, and focusing on astutely selected issues of the day.