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The word this week is: ture (too-ree as in “egg”)  law, rule, statute Abide by the ture, Jackson! Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff...Read more

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The word this week is: kaupapa (coe-pah-pah)  body of the cloak The Kaupapa on that cloak is very strong. Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s Māori staff.    ...Read more

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Students: what do you think of the Library? We are keen to hear from you so we can make improvements based on your feedback. If you haven’t received an email about our survey, we invite you to click the link below. It will take 5-10 minutes...Read more

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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

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Kupu o te wiki – 11/09/17

September 11, 2017

The word this week is: mahana (mar-har-nar) warm So excited about the weather as it is definitely becoming more mahana! Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s maori staff...Read more

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Fake News Workshops

September 7, 2017

Fake news… what is it, how do you spot it, what do you do about it? Find out more at the Library’s “Fake News” workshops. The workshops are running in all libraries on Tuesday 12 September 12-1, and online on Monday 11...Read more

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Testing your general knowledge and te reo Māori at the same time. Over the last 3 years we have been running a competition called Kotahi te Kupu. We usually run it for the month of July but will do it for the week this year. In celebration of...Read more

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Researchers, learn more about effective searching, managing and keeping up to date with the literature, managing your research data, publishing, and measuring your publication impact. Albany and Manawatū Libraries will be running a series of...Read more

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Kupu o te wiki – 04/09/17

September 4, 2017

The word this week is: kino kē (key-gnaw kehh) awesome Kino kē koe!   You are awesome! Kupu o te wiki brought to you by the Library’s maori staff...Read more

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If you talk about Open Access to most university staff – teachers, researchers, students, librarians – they automatically think of OA journals with articles available without cost to the whole world, or of subscription-funded...Read more

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