Whakatau mai ki te taunga tukutuku a Te Rōpū Whakahau. Ko Te Rōpū Whakahau e whakarōpū nei i ngā tangata Māori i ngā whare pukapuka me ngā puna maumahara puta noa i te motu ki raro i tōna maru. Ko tāna mahi he whakaako, he whakakaha, he whakakotahi i a tātou anō ahakoa kei hea tātou e mahi ana i te ao nei, he rōpū akiaki hoki i ngā whare pukapuka me ngā puna maumahara kia tiaki i ō rātou kaimahi Māori, i o rātou rawa Māori me o rātou manuhiri Māori
Registrations are now open for workshops on Mātauranga Māori within New Zealand Libraries, developed and offered by Te Rōpū Whakahau to support LIANZA professional development and registration schemes. The workshop is designed to provide a targeted development opportunity for librarians and information professionals. For course information, dates and venues, and registrations visit Mātauranga Māori
Lead, Innovate, Collaborate Be a part of a unique and exciting professional development opportunity. INELI-Oceania is a new and innovative leadership development program for emerging library leaders from Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. The program is primarily funded through a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and through generous financial… read more
Karangatia rā Karangatia rā Ngā iwi o te motu Ki runga o Tāmaki Makaurau Nau mai, haere mai, piki mai tātou katoa. Mauria mai tō tātou mātauranga, ngā ākonga mō tēnei huihuinga. The Conference Programme Committee welcomes abstract submissions for LIANZA 2014 Conference in Auckland, New Zealand. Each year the LIANZA conference showcases the… read more
It’s awesome to see the rohe using their mailing lists. Te Ūpoko o te Ika will get together for their first face to face hui on 18 February 2014. Information is available under Events and at Te Ūpoko o te Ika webpage under Rohe.
[Please share with your networks] Call for Papers Special Interest Group: Indigenous Matters 16 – 22 August 2014, Lyon Theme: Vive le “I” for indigenous in IFLA: strengthening cultural responsiveness and accountability in libraries and information Due date for Proposals for Papers: 3 February 2014 The SIG Indigenous Matters invites proposals for papers that illustrate… read more
We’ve got some new member benefits… Rohe Webpage New Rohe webpage for each rohe is now available at http://www.trw.org.nz/rohe-regions/. Email email@example.com to populate your rohe page with your content. 1. Te Ūpoko o te Ika (Kāpiti Coast, Porirua, Whanganui a Tara, Wairarapa); 2. Te Tai Hauāuru (Taranaki, Rangitīkei, Papaiōea, Horowhenua); 3. Te Matau o Māui (Wairoa… read more