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Final Report of Sabbatical Project during July 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008
|Title:||Final Report of Sabbatical Project during July 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008|
|Abstract:||In my original "Application for Sabbatical Leave," I outlined two planned projects: (1) to conduct a space inventory of the UH Manoa Library and investigate alternate uses of current spaces, and (2) create an Alice A. Ball website, containing useful information on the first African American woman to graduate from UH with a masters degree (1915) and her family. However, these plans had to be altered due in large part to an inability to find appropriate sampling techniques to provide accurate and statistically reliable data on space remaining in the Library. Instead of random sampling the library shelves, I began a detailed inventory that resulted in every shelf of Hamilton and Sinclair libraries being measured. (The shelving areas of Jefferson Hall, Wong NC Center, Maps, and the Dole Cannery were not inventoried.)|
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