Find & Use Library Resources

We host diverse resources, including Mātangireia for Indigenous materials and O Neherā for digital content, with over a million print volumes and online resources.

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Physical Resources

We offer a wide range of resources, from books and journals located on Levels 3 and 4 of the Hamilton Campus Library to a diverse selection of unique media and materials. For help with enquiries or finding and using library resources, please visit the Library Enquiries Desk on Level 2, or email

Special Collections

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A resource hub of Māori, Pacific, Aotearoa, & Indigenous materials, guided by Kaupapa Māori values, Mātangireia supports research, teaching, & learning in an inclusive environment celebrating mana whenua, cultural heritage, & traditional knowledge.

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The Teaching Resources Library contains books and other resources to assist in preparation and planning for teaching and for use in schools and early childhood centres during teaching practice.


Huakina! Riariakina! Kia hahaina, kia rangahia! Open! Explore! Grasp knowledge and bring it together! The Mahi Māreikura room showcases and preserves the treasures and works of Dr. Pei te Hurinui Jones.

Digital Resources

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Browse or search our digital archives, featuring historical images, documents, and first-hand accounts offering unique local insights into Waikato and Aotearoa New Zealand. Includes non-digitised collection information. 

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A collection of databases spanning various subjects and topics essential for research and assignments. Need help navigating? Contact us for expert assistance.




Explore the University of Waikato's Open Access repository featuring research publications, theses, and dissertations authored by our faculty and students.


Interlibrary Loan

Book delivery, Post and Scan