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

Aoraki

Knowledge Advisor

There are two Knowledge Advisor positions available at Ara: Institute of Canterbury.
Location: Madras Street Campus, Christchurch
Type: One position is Full time, permanent (37.5 hours per week) the other is full time, fixed term (Two years: 37.5 hours per week)
Main responsibilities:

Research Librarian - NZLS Library

The position of Research Librarian is permanent, full-time and based at the NZLS Library (Canterbury) located in the Justice & Emergency Services Precinct, Christchurch.

Design Thinking, Nelson

Workshop Outline:

Professional Development: Children's Literacy Workshops

LIANZA is delighted to be working with the School of Info

Future Skills

The goal of this project was to assist library and information profession to meet the challenges of tomorrow's information environment.

Code of Practice Part 4 Appendix

These documents provide guidance for both Regional and SIG treasurers.

E-Book Issues

The LIANZA Standing Committee on Digital Content and e-Lending was established in December 2012 to advise the LIANZA Council and membership on issues relating to overcoming legal, economic, and technical barriers to e-Lending and the provision of digital content, in order to promote the provision of equitable access to digital content to all New Zealanders.

This paper has been developed by the Standing Committee to provide an overview of the current e-book environment in New Zealand libraries, the wider New Zealand landscape and what is happening in the international arena.

Guide To Meeting Procedure

Written by Lynley Aldridge, ALIANZA, RLIANZA, B.AppSci 
Access Librarian, CPIT, Christchurch - lynley.aldridge@cpit.ac.nz

 

Introduction

Following the LIANZA Aoraki Branch AGM in 2013 it was noted there was no meeting procedure guide for branch chairs to follow.  While this guide has been created for LIANZA it is applicable to a variety of organisations.

Meeting Technology Review

LIANZA presents the results of an investigation into the pros and cons of different communications software.

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