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It seems Winter is well and truly upon us but we're not letting the chilly weather slow us down!

During a recent trip to Singapore I was lucky enough to be able to visit a few of their libraries, and I was blown away by the treasures I discovered.

Tom Smith, Client Training and Senior Engagement Advisor at the Blind Foundation New Zealand has written this fantastic blog post on digital accessibilty and the tools available for people at the Blind Foundation Library. 

From Wellington to Whitehall – reflections on 8 years in London-by Carole Edwards 

 

We've moved! As you read this, we will hopefully be settled into our new offices at Ground Floor, 79 Boulcott Street, Wellington. We're really excited about the new space-come and find us!  

Robyn Wilson wrote a recap about her trip to Napier for a LIANZA Ikaroa meet and greet event. 

On Wednesday 22 March the first Aoraki event of the year took place at the new-ish (3-4 years old) Lincoln Library, a branch of the Selwyn District Libraries. It was a great opportunity for those who don’t have the opportunity to get out to Lincoln much to come and explore.

We're nearly half way through the year-we can't believe how time is flying.

In July 2014 Lincoln University’s Library, Teaching and Learning (LTL) website launched our online chat service AskLive, allowing online users to enter into a live text chat with a member of LTL staff.

It seems Autumn is well and truly upon us but that doesn't mean we're slowing down any time soon!

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