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Greg Marshall - Traversing ancient wisdom

Discussing indigenous symbology in the tertiary library setting, Greg Marshall presented this talk at the 2014 LIANZA Waikato Bay of Plenty weekend school in Gisborne.

Mohan Lai and Jock Walker - What can libraries learn from Mātauranga Māori

Focusing on what libraries can learn from Mātauranga Māori, this presentation was given by Mohan Lai and Jock Walker at the 2014 LIANZA Waikato Bay of Plenty weekend school held in Gisborne.

Joanna Matthew - LIANZA office

Informing membership about the operation of the LIANZA office and their current projects, this presentation was made by Joanna Matthew at the Waikato Bay of Plenty weekend school held in Gisborne in May 2014.

 

Lynley Stone - LIANZA leadership

Talking about the principles of leadership and the planned LIANZA leadership programme, this presentation was made by Lynley Stone at the Waikato Bay of Plenty weekend school held in Gisborne in May 2014.

 

Joan Gibbons- Journal reference encounters

Talking about how to conduct a reference interview, this presentation was made by Joan Gibbons at the Waikato Bay of Plenty weekend school held in Gisborne in May 2014.

Waikato/Bay of Plenty LIANZA 2016 AGM

Waikato/Bay of Plenty LIANZA 2016 AGM, Sunday 28 August, 12 pm  Greetings LIANZA members  The LIANZA Waikato/Bay of Plenty Group held its 2016 Annual General Meeting on Sunday 28 August at the new Greerton Library, Cnr Chadwick and Greerton Road, Tauranga, beginning at 12 pm.   A

Abigail WIllemse - Leading by example

Covering her facilitation of ANZ 23 mobile things - this was a presentation given by Abigail Willemse at the 2014 Waikato Bay of Plenty weekend school held in Gisborne in May, with 55 people in attendance.

Pene Walsh - Gisborne photo news

Covering the digitisation of the Gisborne Photo News - this was a presentation given by Pene Walsh at the 2014 Waikato Bay of Plenty weekend school

Rae Gendall - Shape-shifting: The Story Of A Transformational Journey

In 2008 the Library at the University of Waikato started an ambitious journey and over the following three years morphed from a dated, 1970s, rather grim, grey, solid Library building to a stunning, glass encased, light and airy building which is now called Te Manawa, The Student Centre. This “new” building houses not only the Library but also Student Administration Services, Fees, a coffee bar, and on other floors, three retail outlets and the Students Union. This is our story – where we were, what we and our students endured, and where we are now.
 

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