E Naʻauao Pū, E Noiʻi Pū, E Noelo Pū: Research Support for Hawaiian Studies

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2019-06-10
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Komeiji, Kawena
Long, Keahiahi
Matsuda, Shavonn
Paikai, Annemarie
Shim, Kapena
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This report presents findings and recommendations from a local study conducted with Hawaiian Studies and Hawaiian Language faculty from multiple University of Hawaiʻi (UH) campuses. The report highlights scholars' research experiences and practices, as well as the ways in which research methods are taught in the field of Hawaiian Studies. The report provides direction for libraries on how we can better meet the needs of Hawaiian Studies scholars as the UH System reaffirms its commitment and responsibility to the Indigenous people, culture, and language of Hawaiʻi.
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Hawaiian Studies, Indigenous Studies, Indigenous Research Methodologies, Indigenous Scholarship, Research Practices, Indigenous Librarianship
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Komeiji, K., Long, K., Matsuda, S., Paikai, A., & Shim, K. (2019). E Naʻauao Pū, E Noiʻi Pū, E Noelo Pū: Research Support for Hawaiian Studies. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10125/44906
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