Cameron’s Collection for Student Mental Health

April 13, 2021 by Cheryl | 0 comments

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.

A-Z Databases screenshot

Click on any title to view the ebook, or do a search across all titles in the collection:

Screenshot showing Cameron's Collection main page and search feature

Screenshot showing search results

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.

Screenshot showing Gale eBooks document tools

If you have any questions about this collection or any of our other library resources, please contact us via email (, phone (455-0379), or live chat.

Expanded Access to JSTOR

March 31, 2020 by Cheryl | 0 comments

One spot of good news during this COVID-19 crisis is that many academic vendors are temporarily loosening restrictions to their electronic content. JSTOR is one such vendor. From now through June 30, we have been granted access to more than 35,000 multidisciplinary ebooks, archive journal collections, and more.

It’s easy to find what you need in JSTOR. To get started, enter your keyword(s) in the search box.

Screenshot of JSTOR main search page

From the search results page, you may filter by type of content, or add another search term.

Screenshot of JSTOR search results page

When you find an article of interest, click on the title for more information.

Screenshot of JSTOR refined search results

Read the article online by clicking on > to turn the page, or download the PDF file.

Screenshot of JSTOR article details page

You may access JSTOR from our Databases A-Z page, or by going to this direct link: (you may be prompted to log in with your UH username and password).

If you have questions about JSTOR or any of our other library resources, please contact us at 455-0379 or

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