Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa
Te Rau Herenga O Aotearoa

Leadership

Professional Recognition Awards

Every year LIANZA honours the contributions made to the profession in New Zealand by LIANZA members and leaders in the profession.

Christine Busby

Christine Busby, Library Manager at Te Puke on how she found her way into libraries

Christine got her start in libraries as a volunteer at Whakatane Library and after deciding a career in library and information management was for her, she moved to Wellington to study towards her Masters in Library and Information Studies at Victoria University of Wellington while working at the Parliamentary Library. 

Team Leader South Library

E nga iwi, e nga karangatanga maha huri noa o te motu, tenei te mihi atu ki a koutou katoa. He karanga tenei ki a koutou. Haere mai, tono mai mo tetahi o nga turanga ki Nga Kete Wananga-o-Otautahi.

Archivist

HOCKEN LIBRARY

The Hocken is one of the foremost historical research libraries in New Zealand and global interest in our collections is ever increasing. In response, we are working to ensure greater access and the delivery of a broad client-focussed research service. To realise our vision we have a vacancy for an experienced Archivist who shares our passion for supporting research focussed on Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific.

Archivist

HOCKEN LIBRARY

The Hocken is one of the foremost historical research libraries in New Zealand and global interest in our collections is ever increasing. In response, we are working to ensure greater access and the delivery of a broad client-focussed research service. To realise our vision we have a vacancy for an experienced Archivist who shares our passion for supporting research focussed on Aotearoa New Zealand and the Pacific.

Below are the members of the Kōtuku17 cohort. We look forward to supporting these people on their leadership journeys! 

By Nicole Gaston. 

For me, 2016 has been a year of personal, professional, and global upheaval!

New Self-Guided Curriculum for Digitization

Through the Public Library Partnerships Project (PLPP), DPLA has been working with existing DPLA Service Hubs to provide digital skills training for public librarians and connect them sustainably with state and regional resources for digitizing, describing, and exhibiting their cultural heritage content.

Kōtuku 15

February 2015 marked the start of LIANZA's Kōtuku leadership development programme.

The Kōtuku programme was developed with the intention of identifying and supporting emerging leaders within the New Zealand Library and Information profession.

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