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

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LIANZA Award of Professional Excellence

Applications are open for LIANZA Awards of Professional Excellence. These are awarded to personal members of the Association who have shown excellence and innovation and an outstanding contribution to the New Zealand library and information management profession in the areas of management, marketing or digital services. Applications and nominations open in March and close on 30 April 2018. 

Joint letter of Recognition for Bicultural Development

The LIANZA Joint Letter of Recognition can be awarded to Individuals, groups or organisations for special bicultural service to the library and information profession, as well as a demonstrated commitment to biculturalism over a period of time to the profession, or for an outstanding contribution bi-culturally to librarianship, libraries or information management in New Zealand Aotearoa.

The nomination form can be found here.

No Numpties Here! 2015 Applications open for Paul Reynolds Scholarship

Applications are open for 2015 Paul Reynolds "No Numpties" Scholarship.

The scholarship is made possible thanks to donations by the National Library of New Zealand and friends of Paul Reynolds in memorial. 

The scholarship, worth NZ $5,000 is intended to enable the successful applicant to spend time working at an overseas institution to research or develop specialist digital knowledge. Applications are open to those currently working in the digital space, or for the New Zealand Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector and close

No Numpties Here - Paul Reynolds Scholarship 2017

The Paul Reynolds "No Numpties" scholarship is made possible thanks to donations by the National Library of New Zealand, Internet NZ, and friends of Paul Reynolds in memorial and is jointly managed by the National Digital Forum and LIANZA. 

The scholarship, worth NZ $5,000, will enable the successful applicant to spend time working at an overseas institution to research or develop specialist digital knowledge.

No Numpties Here - Paul Reynolds Scholarship Opens for 2015

Applications open for 2015 Paul Reynolds "No Numpties" Scholarship.

The scholarship is made possible thanks to donations by the National Library of New Zealand and friends of Paul Reynolds in memorial. 

The scholarship, worth NZ $5,000 is intended to enable the successful applicant to spend time working at an overseas institution to research or develop specialist digital knowledge. Applications are open to those currently working in the digital space, or for the New Zealand Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector and close

Libraries Aotearoa: Past Present and Future

A presentation on Libraries Aotearoa (#brandlibraries) by Working Group Chair Vye Perrone at LIANZA Conference in Auckland, October 2014.

Libraries Aotearoa represents all New Zealand libraries. From school to academic, from public to specialist, we're one powerful network, able to guide our country on its journey towards knowledge.

Michelle Anderson: The Power of Choice - Problems with a Female Dominated Profession

Michelle Anderson presents her paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference on the problems experienced by a predominantly female profession.

Librarianship has traditionally been a female dominated profession. What has changed in the last 30 or so years has been the pattern of work that female librarians have engaged in. Changes in social attitudes, legislation and better childcare options have given women the power of choice – the ability to choose whether to combine work with motherhood, an option not available a number of years ago.

Michael Gonzalez and Jan Herivel: Leading from any position? Implementing a leadership strategy at UWS library

Michael Gonzalez and Jan Herivel present their paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference surrounding the coming change to universities in the near future.

LIANZA waiata

The LIANZA waiata has been prepared especially for the Association in 1995 in both Māori and English, by Mike Kawana.

Download the waiata  (433KB) and read on for the lyrics, a translation and the full history of the waiata.

Annette Beattie, Mary Wedell, Brian Anderson, Leslie Clague, Sandy Green, Heather Bradley: Smart Motivation

Annette Beattie, Mary Wedell, Brian Anderson, Leslie Clague, Sandy Green, Heather Bradley present their paper on a new strategy for managing shared services within a region.

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