January 17, 2018
Long document training, aimed at thesis students, is available at Manawatū Library in January and February.
Learn about multilevel lists, creating tables of contents, and creating lists of figures and tables.
The sessions are on: 26 January and...Read more
December 15, 2017
The library is pleased to announce Endnote X8 is now available free for Massey staff and students via our EndNote page.
All current users are encouraged to move to the new version to take advantage of major improvements in stability, security and...Read more
November 20, 2017
The Library is no longer charging overdue fines, except on items with a waiting list or on short loan. This puts print books on a more equal footing with ebooks which do not have fines.
Students still need to renew or return books by the due...Read more
November 7, 2017
Library summer hours begin on Wednesday 15 November:
Saturday: Albany 10am-6pm; Manawatū & Wellington 1pm-6pm
Sunday: Albany 10am-6pm; Manawatū & Wellington closed
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September 18, 2017
Kia ora koutou,
How did you go with our words? I hope the competition managed to teach and challenge you. Please let us know how you found the competition, easy, hard, fun…..
Below are our answers for last week. How did you do?(Judges...Read more
August 14, 2017
During the next two weeks (14th– 25th August) we are seeking information about our free BONUS+ service and would appreciate it if you could fill out our questionnaire. If you are a distance student the questionnaire will be posted to you with...Read more
July 17, 2017
The word this week is: kamupūtu (come-moo-poo-too) gumboot
Kei whea āku kamupūtu
Where are my gumboots?
Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s maori staff...Read more
July 3, 2017
The word this week is:kupu tautoko (coo-poo toe-tore-caw) argument for, word qualifier, testimonial
The kupu tautoko for last night’s All Blacks loss, could ( and probably will be) debated hotly in the media, this week.
Kupu o te wiki...Read more
June 12, 2017
The word this week is : whiri(a) – braid, plait.
I whiria nga makawae o te kotiro e ana mama.
The girl’s hair was braided by her mama.
Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s maori staff.
May 30, 2017
Kupu o te wiki 30-Haratua-17
The kupu this week is: whio (fee-oar) Blue Duck
These little cuties (of which we are lucky enough to have some in the Esplanade in Palmerston North) are named after the male’s call. They generally reside in the...Read more