Waihona Ākea

“E lawe i ke aʻo a mālama, a e ʻoi mau ka naʻauao.”

He who takes his teachings and applies them, increases his knowledge.

Waihona Ākea (Library General Collection) on the main floor of the Midkiff Learning Center (Hale Hoʻonaʻauao ʻo Midkiff) provides resources in print and digital formats and services that prepare our haumāna for college and life-long learning, i.e gathering and evaluating ʻike, exploring and informing passions, and supporting academic and personal growth.

Waihona ʻIke Hawaiʻi a me ka Pākīpika

“Ua lehulehu a manomano ka ʻikena a ka Hawaiʻi.”

Great and numerous is the knowledge of the Hawaiians.

Waihona ʻIke Hawaiʻi a me ka Pākīpika (Hawaiʻi-Pacific Collection) provides students, teachers and staff with a full range of materials pertaining to Hawaiʻi and the Pacific. The collection includes over 12,000 books, periodicals, pamphlet files, pictures, charts, maps, DVDs, CDs, videotapes, audiotapes, vinyl records and music sheets. We are located on the third floor, near the LANI area.

Kahi Hoʻomohala Wikiō

“Ma ka hana ka ʻike.”

In working one learns.

Kahi Hoʻomohala Wikiō (Digital Media) offers students access to a TV Studio, camera equipment and Editing Lab.  This digital playground located in the basement of Midkiff serves as a hub for multi-media moʻolelo (storytelling) from a Hawaiian perspective.  It is a learning space for digital media and broadcasting courses as well as Kamehameha’s High School news broadcast, Puka Mai Ka Lā.  Haumāna can request help from Digital Media Kumu and utilize this area for their individual or outside class assignments by reservation.

Wahi Hoʻomohala Kiʻi

Student Production Center

Student Projects, Kumu Collaboration, Digital & Print Design

Wahi Hoʻomohala Kiʻi (Student Production Center – SPC) provides materials and workspace to enhance student learning through the collaborative efforts and combined expertise of content area teachers and SPC staff. Graphic specialists provide assistance and approve each project to ensure the best outcome. Students have full access to colored laser printers, book binding machines and accompanying materials, poster making materials, and various other craft project resources.

Wahi ʻOhana Haʻilono o nā Haumāna

“He aupuni palapala koʻu; o ke kanaka pono ʻoia koʻu kanaka.”

Mine is the kingdom of education; the righteous man is my man.

~ Kauikeaouli, Kamehameha III

Wahi ʻOhana Haʻilono o Nā Haumāna (Student Publications) are a part of the Midkiff ʻOhana and are located on the lower level of the building.  If you have questions about Ka Naʻi Aupuni (Yearbook), Ka Mōʻī (Newspaper), or Visual Arts Photography come visit the classrooms or check out the links below.

Kūkākūkā

CONTACT DETAILS

Phone:  808.842.8338

Web:  https://blogs.ksbe.edu/midkiff/

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Midkiff Learning Center

249 Konia Circle
Honolulu, HI 96817