The library is pleased to provide access to Cameron’s Collection for Student Mental Health, a set of 30 ebooks curated by Gale eBooks. The collection provides easy-to-read information on mental health topics relevant to college students, such as anxiety, depression, addiction, positive psychology, wellness, and more. While not a substitute for professional care, the collection may be useful for students who wish to explore these topics privately for personal use or research.
Leeward students, faculty and staff may access the collection via our A-Z Databases page. Off-campus users may be prompted to enter UH login credentials.
Click on any title to view the ebook, or do a search across all titles in the collection:
Gale eBooks’ document tools allow you to change the font size, listen to the text being read aloud, translate it into many different languages, download/print the pdf file, and more.
If you have any questions about this collection or any of our other library resources, please contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), phone (455-0379), or live chat.
Celebrate National Library Week with Leeward Library! Like many other libraries across the world, Leeward Library has adjusted our operations in response to COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean we’ve stopped connecting you to the resources you need to learn, enjoy, and ultimately succeed!
Recently, there has been a widespread acknowledgment of violent acts occurring against Asian communities across the United States. Leeward Library would like to take this opportunity to affirm our commitment to uplifting local and Asian community voices as a reminder that libraries continue to allow us to feel represented and accepted.
In conjunction with National Library Week and Asian Heritage Month in May, we take this moment to showcase stories by and of Asian voices in the hope that it encourages you to engage and create your own stories, and share them in solidarity, awareness, and compassion with one another. Welcome To Your Library, where we hope you will feel seen and safe in your learning.
Please visit our National Library Week Activities page for a selection of Asian Voices reads, informative articles and videos, and other National Library Week activities!
Click on the book’s image to place a hold in the book’s Primo record. Use the “Get It” feature to make the request.
Click on the book’s image below to access the item’s Primo Search record. In the record’s “View Online” section, the provided link will direct you to borrowing in OverDrive. Note: Long Time Coming is an audiobook read by the author, Michael Eric Dyson.
Featured OverDrive sub-collection this month: Job and Career Preparation.
Are you new to using OverDrive? We have some tips for you on our OverDrive Collection Basics LibGuide.
Looking for a book that we currently don’t have in our collection? Please suggest a book title by filling out our Best Sellers & OverDrive Suggestion Form.