Welcome to our April 2023 edition of Te Rau Ora Library Life.
In this issue LIANZA’s recent submission to the Future for Local Government Review is explored, as well as an update on pay equity claims.
We learn about Kāpiti District Libraries’ experience using the workforce capability framework Te Tōtara. The passing of Mary Ronnie, the first woman in the world to be a national librarian, prompted several tributes about her remarkable career. Other features in this issue include the Humans of Ōtautahi exhibition, a spotlight on the Tasman Heritage and Oral History project, UNESCO Memory of the World and Te Paea Paringatai talks about the interim chair for the IFLA Professional Council.
The library of the issue is the Hocken Library and Gay Richards talks about her library career.
We invite submissions and ideas for future issues with the deadline of May 17 for the next issue. Is your library the next ‘library of the issue’?
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