HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Hawaii State Public Library System's website was shut down Tuesday following technical difficulties.
Instead of getting information on reference materials, people who visited the website saw the GoDaddy.com logo along with a banner noting that the domain name had expired.
The State Library says a technical glitch is to blame and apologizes for the inconvenience.
During the site shutdown, you may still visit the Hawaii State Public Library System's website www.librarieshawaii.org to be redirected for the following resources:
- Public Access Catalog
- Digital audio books
- HSPLS IT Academy
Patrons may also renew their materials in person or over the phone if there are no hold requests for the item. Please have your library card and materials available when you renew: on Oahu call 586-3652, Neighbor Island residents may call toll-free at 1-800-820-7368.
For reference assistance or other library matters: on Oahu call 586-3621; Neighbor Island residents may call toll-free at 1-800-390-3611 or call any public library.