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

Publications

LIANZA produces several publications aimed at extending our community of practice and keeping library and information professionals informed, as well as the general public.


Library Life

Library Life

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Library Life is our magazine that is published online in a pdf magazine format at the beginning of every month. 

Library Life has come a long way from the stapled newsletter it was in 1932! Our digital format is slick and rich with colorful content that reflects this innovative sector.

Content for Library Life is generated by our members. We also have an Editorial Board that includes members from all around New Zealand in order to diversify the content we feature. 

We're always looking for new and interesting stories from the library and information sector, so please share your thoughts with us! 


Libraries in Aotearoa

Libraries in Aotearoa is a collaborative publication that LIANZA publishes annually which outlines the state of the library and information sector in New Zealand. 

This report details current trends, challenges and opportunities for the profession.


New Zealand Library and Information Management Journal

The Library and Information Management Journal is an annual research journal which focusses on management issues in the sector.

The diverse and stimulating content is created by New Zealand librarians, record managers, and archivists, reflecting the wide-ranging interests and needs of information management professionals in New Zealand.


Library and Information Advisory Commission Report (LIAC)

The 2014 LIAC Report was commissioned by LIAC through the National Library in order to form the basis of a briefing report for the incoming Minister. 

Titled 'Valuing Our Libraries' the report makes it very clear just how important libraries and librarians are to New Zealand society.


To find out more about any of these publications, or to get involved, get in touch with the office.

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