Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa
Te Rau Herenga O Aotearoa
Waikato Bay of Plenty
The official programme of speakers for our Weekend School in Tokoroa is set. Check out the attached document to find out about all the fantastic speakers and topics. And don't forget to register to attend by April 28th!
We have a pivotal and challenging position for a confident, proactive, and professional librarian who is ready to build on your experience to step into a role leading a team of research support librarians based across four sites.
COMMUNITY LIBRARIAN - TAIRUA LIBRARY
Do you want an exciting role where you can make a difference to the community while enjoying constant challenge? An opportunity has arisen for a Community Librarian at our Tairua Library. The position, while sole charge within the Tairua Library, works closely with the other Council libraries and reports to the Library Coordinator, Thames.
Registrations for the 2017 Tokoroa Weekend School are now open!
The Waikato/BOP regional committee is pleased to offer sponsorships to assist three regional members to attend the 2017 LIANZA regional Weekend School in Tokoroa on May 5-7.
The value of the awards will be the cost of full registration. (Accommodation is not included.)
The Waikato/BOP regional committee is pleased to offer one sponsorship to assist a regional member to attend the 2017 LIANZA Conference in Christchurch on September 24-27.
We are hoping to be a group that will get together in person about two to three times a year but use the groups page to keep in touch, maybe share articles, blogs, readings or thoughts on events or notifying about professional development activities in the region.
Please contact Jenny McIvor Jenny.McIvor@waikatodhb.health.nz or Kathryn Parsons email@example.com for more information.
These documents provide guidance for both Regional and SIG treasurers.
The LIANZA Standing Committee on Digital Content and e-Lending was established in December 2012 to advise the LIANZA Council and membership on issues relating to overcoming legal, economic, and technical barriers to e-Lending and the provision of digital content, in order to promote the provision of equitable access to digital content to all New Zealanders.
This paper has been developed by the Standing Committee to provide an overview of the current e-book environment in New Zealand libraries, the wider New Zealand landscape and what is happening in the international arena.