‘Ike Kū‘oko‘a's outreach will coordinate all public relation efforts, training and communications efforts to include booking presentations, dog and pony shows and managing volunteer relations.


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ʻike Kūʻokoʻa has received international press and extensive media coverage here in Hawaiʻi.  The response has been great, but we still need champions and cheerleaders to make our impossible goal reachable.  

Here's some of the outreach that's in the works:

We are supporting Typing Parties,  and here are several in place already:

Native Books/Nā Mea Hawaiʻi in Ward Center every Tuesday, 5-9.  Come and learn how to log in and start, or come to share some comaraderie while typing up your pages.

KEY Project in Ko'olaupoko is hosting Web Wednesdays from 5-9:00 where the computer lab will be open and we'll be there to help folks log on and begin their pages.  We can also offer help understanding the material being typed, and the big reason for doing it.  Come to KEY Project on Waihe'e Road, or call 239-5777 for info.

Another ʻIke Kūʻoko'a Log-in Day is being held at UH in the Moore Hall Mac Lab (1st floor, mauka hallway) on Saturday April 7th from 9-4.  All are welcome; contact Puakea for information ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa will be in the Bay Area from April 26 through the 30th, hosting Log-ins at Holy Names University in Oakland Thursday and Friday evening (6-10) and during the day (10-6) on Saturday and Sunday.  Contact Puakea or Nahua ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) for information.

We will also be in Henderson, Las Vegas and perhaps Salt Lake City in late April/early May. Stay tuned for details.

And in the meantime, log in, and help make the goal of 60,000 pages of accessible material a very real possibility.

Mahalo, Puakea, Kau'i and the ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa team.


ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa was successfully completed on Nov. 28 2012, and the files are being loaded up onto the web for free access through the following websites.  Awaiaulu and the ʻIke Kūʻokoʻa team extend a sincere mahalo! to all of those who made this possible through their participation and support.  


Aloha nō,

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