Nā Hawaiʻi ʻImi Loa hosted Ho’okele Na’auao | Hawaiian Librarianship Symposium 2014 on October 23 in collaboration with Hawai’inuiakea School of Hawaiian Knowledge (HSHK) Kamakakūokalani Resource Center and the Library & Information Science (LIS) Program.
This symposium emphasized preservation including discussion and viewing of 19th century kapa moe, which had been recently restored. The general purpose was three-fold:
- To increase the number of Library and Information Science Native Hawaiian graduate students
- To build a strong collaborative relationship between HSHK and the LIS program
- To promote Hawaiian Librarianship and its importance in the 21st century.
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