University of Hawaii Manoa
Prospective Students Current Students Faculty & Staff Alumni, Parents & Friends
"We should put the resources into distance education to make it the best in the US. The potential to then outreach to Pacific Rim countries is phenomenal."
Listening Project

Technology @ Mānoa

Strategic Imperatives

Benchmarks

Our classrooms have wireless network capability and are generally equipped to support technology-enhanced instruction.

  • Serve as an innovator and a conduit for new technologies and their applications in society.
  • Effectively employ the most up-to-date information and communication technology to enhance instructional activities, on campus and globally.
  • Share new technologies and computer resources with underserved public schools and others.
  • Provide accurate and current online information to students regarding admissions, programs, classes, faculty, and policies.
  • Modernize the Mānoa website.
  • Promote the use of technology through support services, professional development opportunities, and funds for computer hardware and software.
  • Provide efficient and reliable technology and wireless network capabilities in classrooms, libraries, student housing, offices, and high public access locations.
  • Modernize administrative information systems to reduce the paper environment and streamline business services.
  • Assure equal access to technology including those with disabilities.