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

Leadership

Emerging Leaders

The Emerging Leaders project was developed with the goal of identifying and supporting emerging leaders within the Library and Information sector in Aotearoa New Zealand.

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. 

Libraries Learning Specialist

The Library Learning centre based at South Library is seeking a Learning Specialist to join their busy team.

Kōtuku 18

We are pleased to announce our Kotuku 2018 cohort! This year, we were pleased to be able to open up the programme to our colleagues from Museums Aotearoa-welcome aboard! 

Hikuwai 

  • Helen Kerrigan  
  • Dena Jacob 

Ikaroa

  • Hana Whaanga 

Te Whakakitenga aa Kaimai

Webinar: Programming for Millennials

Sara is the General Services Librarian at Upper Darby Township & Sellers Memorial Free Public Library located in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, United States.
One of her main jobs as a General Services Librarian is providing programming for millennials aged 18-35.

Everything you ever wanted to know about Kōtuku

LIANZA is bidding to bring the IFLA congress to New Zealand, and to support our bid NZ Tourism funded our attendance at this year’s IFLA congress.

Leadership is something I have always been interested in, and over the last four years I have been working towards gaining skills in this area.

#brandlibraries

The goal of #brandlibraries is to create a unified vision of New Zealand libraries that clearly articulates the economic and social value of New Zealand libraries.

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