Kupu o te wiki – 12/06/17

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.  ...Read more

Kupu o te wiki 30/05/17

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

DIY Kai now open at Manawatū Library

May 2, 2017

DIY Kai is now open at Manawatū Library, providing microwaves, boiling water, filtered water, a sink and cleaning supplies for anyone to use. It is on Level 2 where the Cafe used to be. Enjoy! ...Read more

Publishing Your Grey Literature – Handles, DOIs and Don’ts

April 26, 2017

I was recently asked an interesting question – “I’ve written a report that hasn’t been published as either an article or a conference paper but I’m keen to be able to circulate it with a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) so that it has a...Read more

PANZ – Population Association NZ – Conference Call For Papers

March 13, 2017

PANZ is a professional association that incorporates a wide range of interests in relation to the study and understanding of population issues, in New Zealand and globally. The PANZ conference is the flagship forum for population research in...Read more

ResBaz 2017 at Massey University, Manawatu

January 27, 2017

On the 8th – 10th February 2017 Massey University will host its inaugural ResBaz event on the Manawatu campus. The Research Bazaar is a growing international conference promoting the digital literacy emerging at the centre of modern research...Read more

Kupu o te wiki 23/01/17

January 23, 2017

The word for this week is: kowhai (core-fiy) or yellow. Kowhai is the colour of the flowers on the kowhai tree. Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

Kupu o te wiki 16/01/17

January 16, 2017

The word for this week is: karaka (car-da-car)  or orange. Karaka is the colour of the berries on the karaka tree. Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

Manawatū Researcher Development Library Workshops 14-18 November

October 31, 2016

Manawatū researchers, learn more about searching, managing and keeping up to date with the literature, publishing, and your publication impact. Manawatū Library will be running a series of five Researcher Development Library Workshops (RDLW)...Read more

Treaty of Waitangi Collection Online

August 16, 2016

The Treaty of Waitangi Collection is now available online, offering a range of ebooks on Te Tiriti. The collection, by Bridget Williams Books, covers foundations, histories and commentaries, with more books expected to be added over time. You can...Read more

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