Library News and Events


Bridget Williams Books has added four compelling new titles to the collection, covering Tāmati Te Ito Ngāmoke's Kaingārara movement, the enduring history of Rugby League, an exploration of Pacific histories, ... Learn more
NEW Tri C Hours! 6th November 2023
We're all about keeping you in the loop, so please take a moment to peruse our revised hours. Check out the modified hours on our website, at the library entrance, ... Learn more
If you haven't got your Reading List sorted for Summer School don't despair, there is still time. Check out our Key Dates and our Trimester Checklist to ensure your ... Learn more
The Level 2 Library Enquiries Desk has a new home at the central circular desk, while AV loan equipment can now be conveniently collected and dropped off near the front ... Learn more
We're on a mission to make academic resources accessible, both online and in the real world (yes, it's still a thing!). But we need your help! Fill in our survey ... Learn more
The Living Library is coming to the University of Waikato on 11 October 2023. This event is a first for us and provides a truly unique opportunity to connect with ... Learn more
This October the University Library invites you to join us in celebrating Tuvalu, Fiji, Niue, Tokelau languages. We will be sharing with you web resources, media resources and our vast ... Learn more
The Financial Times, one of the world's leading business news organisations, offers a digital subscription, focusing on business and economic current affairs. 👉 is running an information session ... Learn more
Get your te reo Māori skills ready because Mahuru Māori is here! This month-long celebration is all about embracing Te Reo Māori and having a blast while doing it. In ... Learn more
The University Library takes great privilege in dedicating this page to the title 'Hinana ki uta, Hinana ki tai'—inviting you to explore the lands and seas from the historic Pūkawa ... Learn more
Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori 2023 11th September 2023
The University Library eagerly honors the indigenous language of this land, paying tribute to the Kīngitanga and Iwi Waikato, the custodians of the land our University calls home. We also ... Learn more
Join us for our rejuvenating Taichi Classes, happening every Monday starting from September 4th at 10am. Need to relax? Want to recenter your wairua (spirit), mauri (life force), and tinana ... Learn more
Join us in honouring the rich cultural heritage of Tonga during Uike Lea Faka-Tonga 2023 - Tonga Language Week. Let's all play a role in nurturing the Tongan Language by ... Learn more
Are you ready to tell your story? We are currently recruiting our Living Books for 2023. If you can clearly identify with one of the categories below and feel confident ... Learn more
This International Day of Indigenous Peoples 2023, under the title of "Indigenous youth as agents of change for self-determination", revindicates the role that indigenous youth must occupy in decision-making while ... Learn more

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