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Andrew Charlesworth - Get up close and personal with a 3D printer

Andrew Charlesworth conducts his presentation to the 2014 LIANZA conference in Auckland on 3D printer technology.

Paul Sutherland - More than books

Paul Sutherland conducts his presentation to the 2014 LIANZA conference in Auckland on the diversification of modern libraries.

Sam Elworthy - Ebooks and Libraries 2.0

Sam Elworthy conducts his presentation to the 2014 LIANZA conference in Auckland on modern libraries.

Cora Zeilinger and Jocasta Macintosh - Library Supply - Supporting education through our global reach

Cora Zeilinger and Jocasta Macintosh conduct their presentation to the 2014 LIANZA conference in Auckland on providing support to libraries

2014 LIANZA Conference - Lightning talks

Presenting the presentation slides for the LIANZA 2014 conference's lightning talks:

First Session

NZ Library and Information Management Journal Vol. 52 No. 3

A PDF version of this issue is available here or you can access individual articles. This issue contains:

Editorial

Peer-reviewed articles

NZ Library and Information Management Journal Vol. 53 No. 1

A PDF version of this issue is available here or you can access the individual articles. This issue contains:

Editorial

Articles

NZ Library and Information Management Journal Vol. 53 No. 2

A PDF version of this issue is available here or you can access individual articles. This issue contains: 

Editorial

Articles

David Wells - How do Library Clients Use Discovery Systems?

David Wells and Christine Richardson present their paper to the 2014 LIANZA conference in Auckland on how users approach discovery systems.

Lynne Vautier - Universal Design. What is it and why does it matter?

Lynne Vautier presents her paper to the 2014 LIANZA conference in Auckland on a global approach to the atmosphere of libraries.

This presentation will describe what Universal Design is and tell the story of how it is starting to influence the thinking about client service and support in academic Libraries. Universal Design is an approach to the design of the environment, buildings, products, services and communications that equitably, and ideally invisibly, accommodates all types of people and takes into account their differences.

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