Library News & Events Archive

News and Events from the last two months.

New Library Positions 9th August 2022
We have a number of new exciting positions available, ranging from senior leadership roles through to specialists and generalists across a range of teams. As part of the delivery of ... Read full article

The Student Learning Team offers weekly workshops during Trimester B, that focus on academic skills such as APA referencing, unpacking assignment questions, academic writing, grammar and punctuation, and more. Visit ... Read full article

Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki 'Airani - Cook Islands Language Week 2022 31st July 2022
This year Cook Islands Language Week runs from 31 July - 6 August 2022. The theme, based on the overarching Pacific Language Weeks theme of 'sustainability', is ‘Ātuitui’ia au ki te Oneone o tōku ‘Ui Tupuna which means, connect me to the soil of my ancestors. There's a lot going on so keep an eye on the Pacific @ Waikato page and celebrate with us.

Waikato Reading Lists 26th July 2022
Waikato Reading Lists are a quick and easy way to access your Course Reading Lists. See what the recommended and essential readings are for your courses. Check out Waikato Reading Lists: for students to find out how to use them.

Exciting new Māori and Pacific roles for the Library

We are excited to be seeking new members to join our Library whānau! These new Māori and Pacific roles are the first step toward realising the aspirations highlighted in Our Library Plan. Learn more about Our Vision to become the Library that is at the heart of the whole community. Ko Te Tangata, for the people.

Kiribati Language Week! 10th July 2022
It's Kiribati Language Week, Jul 10 - 16, 2022! This year’s theme for Te Taetae ni Kiribati, is Ribanan, karikirakean ao kateimatoan ara katei ma ara taetae ni Kiribati, which means - Nurture, enhance and sustain the Kiribati language and culture! We have a display on Level 2 of Te Manawa – Student Centre, plus access to many resources through Library Search with a focus on climate change and it's affect on the country and it's people.

Re-Orientation Crossword Competition 11th July 2022

See how re-orientated you can get! Finish the crossword and then let us know the secret word and be in to win a Bluetooth speaker.

The competition runs until 22 July 2022. Only currently enrolled students are eligible to win the prizes.

It's time for Re-Orientation! 11th July 2022

Nau mai, haere mai, welcome to Trimester B Re-Orientation. There's loads going on to help you get you re-orientated! During the week the Library is hosting some Library 101 sessions, a Library tour in Hamilton and we'll be part of the Services Expo on Wednesday in the Student Centre in Hamilton. You can check out the full programme for both Tauranga and Hamilton in the Waikato Uni App, or check out the online version at .

International Malala Day 12th July 2022

12 July is International Malala Day – a day to acknowledge the plight and ambition of this incredible person and join in the fight for women's right to education across the globe. Want to learn more? We have a ton of articles on this inspiring young woman, Malala Yousafzaia.

"Education is neither eastern nor western. Education is education and it's the right of every human being."
- Malala Yousafzai, Noble Peace Prize Winner

Tauranga Student Assistant 22nd June 2022
Come be part of our Library whanau! Applications are now open for students seeking part-time work at the Tauranga Campus Library during Trimester B 2022.Tasks include providing lending services to staff and students, shelving books, assisting customers, maintaining the presentation of the Library and its resources, and being generally awesome. Student Assistant - Tauranga Campus. Applications close 6 July 2022

Annual Reviews
A comprehensive electronic collection of Annual Reviews volumes with content spanning the Biomedical, Physical, and Social Sciences dating back to the first volume in 1932 to the present. Includes a "Special Articles Collection" – articles are pulled from all Annual Reviews volumes, based on a particular theme, and are free to access for 30 days.

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].