This issue of Library Life features Dunedin - our UNESCO City of Literature. We find out more about the draft Aotearoa New Zealand’s histories curriculum.
In The Viewpoint, Dr Greg Morgan makes the case for LIANZA Professional Registration and in We are LIANZA Mohan Lal shares his experience in libraries in Fiji and New Zealand and highlights the importance of supporting your library association.
You will enjoy our new and regular Library Life columns.
Our Student Focus is on Lisa-Dean Gallagher from Auckland. Barbara McPhee features in Career Pathways and shares her experience of leading the Parliamentary Library.
In our Pasifika column we are so pleased to share the work of Margaret Terry, Chief Librarian of Vanuatu who explains the challenges faced to support school libraries and the progress being made “one child, one school, one island at a time.”
Our Library of the Issue features Westland District Library, which is realising the benefit of additional staffing funded by the New Zealand Libraries Partnership Programme and is busier than ever ‘down there on the coast’.
One of the LIANZA 2021 Conference keynotes, Sue Lacey Bryant, National Lead for NHS Health Service Knowledge and Library Services shares her thoughts in Six Hot Picks. She hopes one day to visit Te Whanganui a Tara’. We hope she does too!
Our History Corner is a column I always look forward to reading. In this issue Nicole Thorburn focuses on inter-library loan.
We will be refreshing Library Life over the next few months. Seeking your feedback will be first on our list - so when you are asked, don’t be shy, tell us what you think!
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