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    Gregg M. Sinclair Library, University of Hawaii
    ([Honolulu, 1956], 1956) Gregg M. Sinclair Library
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    UH Libraries Automation Program
    ( 1987-11) University of Hawaii at Manoa. Computing Center
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    CARL at the University of Hawaii
    ( 1992) Coder, Ann ; Nakano, Kimberly
    The University of Hawaii at Manoa Library introduced its new automated system to the public on January 2, l991. The online catalog includes the entire holdings of the UH Manoa Collection, enabling the library to remove its card catalog. In addition to the public access catalog, UHCARL includes circulation, acquisitions, cataloging, and serials features. The CARL (Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries) system is used by over 60 public, private,and academic libraries in Colorado, Wyoming. Arizona, Maryland, Washington, and Hawaii.
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    Art in the library
    ( 1995) University of Hawaii at Manoa. Library. Library Art Committee
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    University of Hawaii Library 1907-Present
    ( 2013-02-07) Hoover, Kathee ; Jackson, Frances ; Miyamoto, Masao [photographer]
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    Automation in the Academic Library in the United States
    (Westport, Connecticut : Greenwood Publishing Corporation, 1970) Shepherd, Clayton A. ; Jackson, Miles M.
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    Machine Application at the University of Hawaii
    (American Library Association, 1965-09) Shaw, Ralph R. (Ralph Robert), 1907-1972
    ... to set the record straight about the experiment in computer charging at the University of Hawaii. The article purporting to deal with this topic in the May 1965 issue of CRL does not present an accurate account. [...] and if left uncorrected the article will seriously mislead the profession.
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    Remote -Control Circulation at the University of Hawaii
    (American Library Association, 1965-05) Cammack, Floyd M.
    A new circulation system was initiated in October 1964 at the University of Hawaii's Gregg M. Sinclair library. This article describes the system in general terms and sets it in the context of future automation plans at Hawaii. The unique aspect of the system is its use of IBM 1001 data collection devices, a remote control system for data transmission over telephone circuitry
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    University of Hawaii Library Manoa Campus
    ( 2012-09-24) Liang, Rachel ; Williams, Ann