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Upper Hutt Library

Upper Hutt Library's experiment with new technology and community particpation to preserve local knowledge history has made them the hub of the community.

Upper Hutt City Library is not a traditional public library as most people would expect.  It has become the hub of the Upper Hutt community and whilst it still provides the fundamental library services it also offers much more with at least 70 programmes running. The Library caters for the younger, more digitally savvy audience through to those with more life experience. 

August SLIS event: the nuts and bolts of strategic planning

This overview will help those who are new to this area, but hopefully still have some insights for those for whom this is a regular exercise.

Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui Library Assistant's Day

Are you a Library Assistant? Or, do you know a Library Assistant? Then make sure to have Thursday 10th August 2017 free in your diary!

Kaiārahi Rautaki (Library Strategic Development Advisor – Māori)

Tuia i runga. Tuia i raro. Tuia i roto. Tuia i waho. Tuia ngā pū korero, ngā pū wānanga. Ka rongo te pō, ka rongo te ao, Tihei mauri ora.

Are you looking for a great opportunity to support Māori scholarship and make a real difference? Do you want a role that will provide you with a chance to develop new strategies and approaches to support successful outcomes for Victoria’s Māori community? Do you want to work in a supportive and varied academic environment?

Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui Library Assistant's Day

Are you a Library Assistant? Or, do you know a Library Assistant? Then make sure to have Thursday 10th August 2017 free in your diary!

$500 towards attending LIANZA Conference 2017 up for grabs!

LIANZA Te Upoko o te Ika a Maui Regional Committee is offering members the chance to win $500 towards attending LIANZA Conference 2017 in Christchurch in September.

SLIS Wellington event: Are you prepared? Planning for business after disaster or disruption to business

The SLIS committee is very pleased to have Bridgit Siddall talk about planning for business continuance after disaster or disruption.  Bridgit has worked for the Parliamentary Library for 15 years and has coordinated the Library’s Disaster Management Team since 2010.

 

Hutt networking night

Come and meet your regional Councillor! 

 

When: 10th of May at 6pm

 

Where: Naenae Community Library

                341 Cambrige Terrace, Hillary Court

IFLA debrief and hello to 2017

On 26th January a collection of us met to hear a debrief on the 2016 IFLA conference from Barbara McPhee from Parliament Library, Cellia Joe-Olsen, and Trish Beasley from National Library.

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