Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa
Te Rau Herenga O Aotearoa
Lincoln University is New Zealand’s specialist land-based university with research and teaching focused on three causes of global significance: namely, feed the world, protect the future and live well.
Library, Teaching and Learning supports Lincoln University staff and students in their learning, teaching, research, and information activities.
The Digital Services Analyst plays a pivotal role maintaining, customising and developing the many technologies and integrations behind these functions, and coordinating Library, Teaching and Learning’s web presence.
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.
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. Are you passionate about library services, and have a strong interest in culture and engaging with multicultural communities?
E nga Iwi, e nga karangatanga maha huri noa i te motu, tenei te mihi atu ki a koutou katoa. E karanga tenei ki a koutou. Haere mai, tono mai mo tetahi o nga turanga i Nga Kete Wananga-o-Otautahi.
E nga Iwi, e nga karangatanga maha huri noa i te motu, tenei te mihi atu ki a koutou katoa. E karanga tenei ki a koutou. Haere mai, tono mai mo tetahi turanga, i Nga Kete Wananga-o-Otautahi.
At the Christchurch City Council our work is the city that surrounds us. When you join our team, the results and success of your work are evident in every facet of city life. We work together every day to shape a community and create a city that we can be truly proud of. Take on a role at the Council, and take pride in making a difference to our great city every day.
We are looking for an Associate Team Leader for Parklands Library.
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.
Written by Lynley Aldridge, ALIANZA, RLIANZA, B.AppSci
Access Librarian, CPIT, Christchurch - firstname.lastname@example.org
Following the LIANZA Aoraki Branch AGM in 2013 it was noted there was no meeting procedure guide for branch chairs to follow. While this guide has been created for LIANZA it is applicable to a variety of organisations.