Hawaii State Library Website Wins Silver W3 Award

Hawaii State Public Library

The Hawaii State Library located in Downtown Honolulu. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

The Hawaii State Library System recently was awarded the distinguished Silver W3 award in its class, outshining more than 5,000 candidates for its innovation, user-friendly design and creativity.

Developed in partnership with Hawaii Information Consortium LLC, the award-winning website has set the bar for library websites around the country. The State Library site features personal stories and experiences, as well as the positive impact the library has had on people’s lives.

HI State Libraries website

Visit the Hawaii State Library System homepage at www.librarieshawaii.org

Additionally, the website promotes a variety of services and community events, offers its digital visitors the opportunity to connect with staff via the “Ask a Librarian” feature, and provides book recommendations from staff and study tools for youth and students. The website is also mobile device-friendly for people on the go and contains links to state and federal resources.

To experience the award-winning website for yourself, visit the Hawaii State Library System at https://www.librarieshawaii.org/ and share your own story.

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