Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa
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Professional development

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.

Abigail Willemse

Down the rabbit Hole: Abby's Adventures in LibraryLand

In this fun animation, new Information Professional Abigail Willemse takes us on her learning journey from distance learning study, gaining valuable knowledge of the profession through work experience, and volunteer positions to landing her first dream job at the library. Spolier Alert: You will be inspired. 

Making Rights Real with IHC Community Advocacy {Dunedin}

We've teamed up with IHC Community advocacy to bring you a free workshop on exploring attitudes and actions to include people with intellectual disabilities. 

At this workshop you will: 

Making Rights Real with IHC Community Advocacy {Christchurch}

We've teamed up with IHC Community advocacy to bring you a free workshop on exploring attitudes and actions to include people with intellectual disabilities. 

At this workshop you will: 

Making Rights Real with IHC Community Advocacy {Auckland}

We've teamed up with IHC Community advocacy to bring you a free workshop on exploring attitudes and actions to include people with intellectual disabilities. 

At this workshop you will: 

We asked Tauranga Hospital Library Librarian Raewyn Adams a few questions about her library journey

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.

“What’s Your Perspective?”. The main idea behind the theme was to make you think, feel, and maybe even change your perspective!

I got Rhia at work to show me how to write an abstract. Submit it. Double oops I was accepted.

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