Library News & Events Archive
News and Events from the last two months.
Subject PortalsSubject Portals provide a gateway to essential resources and guides for each major subject area. They have been selected by the Academic Liaison Librarians to support your study and research.
Historical Photos of Waikato RugbyExplore a Collection of Photographs associated with the 1956 South African Springboks and 1959 British Lions tours in Hamilton.
Workshops: what’s on offer this month?Need a break from the beach? Have you already finished reading your novel? January is the perfect time for online workshops.
We are offering Microsoft Power Point Essentials on Monday 11th and APA Referencing Essentials on Tuesday 12th. Click on the scheduled session to see more information and to register.
Welcome Back!Cheers to a new year! A fresh start and infinite possibilities. Check out our library hours until February 28.
Merry Christmas!Wishing you a magical and blissful holiday! Have a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!
What will you be reading this summer?Don’t forget to check out our Recreational reading area for some great books to read at the beach.
Library Christmas BreakThe Teaching Resources, Tauranga and Hamilton Campus Libraries, and the 24/7 East Wing Computer Areas on Levels 3 and 4 will be closed from 5pm on Friday 18 December 2020. Student enrolment is available from 8.30am to 5pm on 21-23 December. The 24/7 Computer Area on Level 2 will be closed from 5pm on Wednesday 23 December. All libraries and computer areas reopen on Tuesday 5 January 2021.
Waikato Region Postcards 1890-1940Explore this collection of commercially released postcards that show the rural and urban landscape of the Waikato, and many aspects of the life and activities of the people.
Research CommonsThe University of Waikato’s digital institutional repository offers free, open access to university digital works. We host research from our academic staff and provide access to the University of Waikato's digital Higher Degree and Masters Degree theses. Also, authors can find out the number of times their research has been viewed or downloaded using Research Commons Usage Statistics.
DatabasesA database is an organised, searchable collection of electronically stored information. It provides access to anything available in a digital format: articles, ebooks, images, video, audio and grey literature. Results can include just the abstract (summary) of the material; or the complete article, book, video, etc. Explore our Subject-Specific Databases and Database Trials available to students and staff. Also, check out our list of Walk-in Databases available to visitors..
If you are trying to locate a news and events item from the period before the 29th June 2020, or more than two months ago, please email us at [email protected].