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HIGHLIGHTS FROM IFLA WLIC 2022: 21
LIBRARY OF THE ISSUE: TUPU YOUTH LIBRARY+35

PUTANGA 493 = OCTOBER 2022 = ISSN 1176-8088


[...]ice of

Highlights from IFLA WLIC 2022

Cambridge Library - 150 years of library service
NZLLA: 2022 activities and spoiler alert[...]OT PICKS: Chelsea Heap

#WEARELIANZA: Troy Tuhou

LIBRARY STUDIES: New Open Polytechnic qualification

CAREER PATHWAYS: Lee Rowe

LIBRARY OF THE ISSUE: Tupu Youth Library

HISTORY CORNER: Community engagement since 1886[...]COVER IMAGE WEB EDITORIAL STATEMENT

Tupu Youth Library https://librariesaotearoa.org.nz/ Library Life is the digital magazine of
library-life New Zealand's Library and Information

EDITOR

Association Te Ra[...]
[...]ma,
tena koutou katoa.

This issue of Te Rau Ora Library
Life includes a focus on the new
history curriculum fo[...]the opportunity to find out
more about Tupu Youth Library
in Manukau when LIANZA was
there in July, and they feature

as the library of the issue in this
edition.

Community engageme[...]ile features
Lee Rowe, Knowledge and

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Information Services Manager
at Te Pukenga, To[...]utive
about their highlights from

the IFLA World Library and
Information Congress in Dublin
and we have re[...]e features

and our regular columns. If you
would like your library to feature
in Library Life Te Rau Ora or if
you have some news or a story/
o[...]z.

Kia pai t6 panui i tenei putanga o
Te Rau Ora Library Life - please
enjoy this issue of Te Rau Ora
Library Life.

Nga mihi nui,
Angie Cairncross

LIANZA Co[...]
[...]o te reo, no te Atua mai.”

The language is the life force of
the mana Maori.

The word is the life force of the
language.

These two ideas are absol[...]o help
unveil the new te reo Maori
name for their library, Te
Matapuna | ki Waihorotiu | ki
Akoranga | ki M[...]knowledge that is located
and connected with the library.
Matapuna contains within it

the word ‘[...]ery caverns’)
and out to the Waitemata
Harbour. Like water, knowledge
is essential for life and growth,
and Te Matapuna is a source and
conne[...]y | set off for

the International Federation

of Library Associations and
Institutions (IFLA) World Library
and Information Congress, in
Dublin. You can read more about
this in our article but | would like
to mention one of the sessions
here.

The[...]
[...]) ol-(04
Bible 1494. Courtesy the
Macmillan Brown Library
collection, University of
Canterbury.


[...]nga that will
assist teachers to bring history
to life in the classroom.

There are initiatives occurrin[...]teachers and akonga (students)
and the ways some library and
heritage services are supporting
these new cu[...]e Services to Schools online resources.

National Library of New Zealand
Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa.
He[...]They are working with other
areas of the National Library,
including the Alexander Turnbull
collecti[...]
[...]opment
in the history curriculum

area to support library staff,’
says Samuel. Part of this is
unpacking[...]an be approaching this
area. “| think any local library
could discuss this with their
local schools and s[...]s team managed by
Services to Schools at National
Library of New Zealand Te Puna
Matauranga o Aotearoa.

An[...]sponsible for
managing this service and the
local library partnerships that
support the service. Seventeen[...]s and Many
Answers, and SLANZA is an

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associate partner. The[...]
[...]his area.

KA MUA KA MURI -
PALMERSTON NORTH
CITY LIBRARY

In June 2022, Palmerston North
City Library held an event “Ka
Mua, Ka Muri’; meaning walk[...]f just the overarching
New Zealand stories."

The library also coordinates

the ‘Back Issues’ series of[...]rs in support of the
new curriculum.

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A pilot project led by the library
called ‘My Migration Story’ is

a rece[...]
[...]rces from Digital NZ, EPIC,
Papers Past, National Library,
and Te Ara Encyclopaedia of
New Zealand.

It is[...]ogether.

TE ARAWA STORIES
- TE AKA MAURI
ROTORUA LIBRARY

Te Aka Mauri’s focus has been
on providing an[...]lained how they had been
searching for a resource like this
for years: high-quality narratives
from a tr[...]ages on
the local history books available
and the library is one of the
partner libraries supporting[...]
[...]ring

WE READ To the Sea by Nikki Crutchley.

The library reading app Visit to learn more.

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[...]th research:

a toolkit for higher education and. library partnerships

How a UK programme has
demonstrated[...]ls of a new online
public engagement toolkit

for library staff, we catch

up with Marge Ainsley, the
indep[...]Is) can bring
multiple benefits for participants,
library staff and academic
partners. With civic engagemen[...]across all four nations
of the UK, with 14 public library

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wwwilianza.org.nz[...]he collaborative design process
taken between the library and
academic teams. What was
particularly[...]
[...]R?

Through formative evaluation,
we spoke to the library teams
and academics extensively
throughout the pr[...]e with your work
and consider which HEls are
more likely to help you access
them. Invest time in talking[...]t have to
always be face to face. Online
projects like ‘Telling the Tale’
by Hammersmith and Fulham[...]ion tools for each

of our beneficiaries (public,
library staff and partners). Rather
than waiting until th[...]along
the way, so that changes could

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FEATURES

be made in response to the
public (and library/HEI staff)
feedback and experience. It was
a chal[...]for example, | produced
an evaluation toolkit for library
staff to use which evidenced

the same outcomes b[...]we provided training
and additional resources for
library staff so that they could
collect data from[...]
NGA TOHU

the evaluation report! Library
professionals know that good
two-way public engag[...]in the project design.
For example, West Lothian
Library worked with Heriot-
Watt University on a project[...]arch ideas and
making new connections.

WHERE CAN LIBRARY
STAFF FIND OUT MORE
ABOUT GETTING
STARTED WITH TH[...]would be a great starting
point. Other resources like

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wwwilianza.o[...]
[...]ars ago, when Ross

Meads started working in

the library of the small, rural
town of Ashhurst just out of[...]mmunity garden
in the large lawn area next to
the library and began mara kai,
gardening for food. A blessing

FEATURES



Ashhurst Library gardens. Image credit: Angie Cairncross

and offi[...]judgements
about taking the produce.

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"We're probably supporting 50[...]up for mara kai and taking
part in activities. A library should
always be a mirror of what's
happen[...]
NGA TOHU



Sharing shelf outside the library. Image credit Angie Cairncross

include En[...]kai from their vegetable
gardens.

Te Patikitiki Library in Highbury
has a smaller community garden
area b[...]Grow Highbury to
develop a large area between
the library, sports fields and
community centre.

Niki Burten[...]mpty space in Monrad Park
adjoining Te Patikitiki library
that the Parks and Logistics
Unit, Palmers[...]
[...]or
Children and Young Adults.

If you're anything like me, when
you see opportunities come
around via em[...]de me
rethink things.

“I'm never going to feel like

| have time to do this,’ | told
myself, “So[...]on the
English language panel (Adele

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Broadbent, Kyle Mewburn,
Paul[...]lt novel

a day to meet the shortlisting
deadline like | did!), and to trust
yourself to know whe[...]
[...]he importance
of whakawhanaungatanga in a
process like judging.

My fellow judges worked
together from D[...]hat there was disappointment
when COVID and other life
events conspired to mean we
were not all able to[...]r for Waimakariri
Libraries. Formerly a community library manager for Auckland Libraries, Laura move[...]
[...]nga o Aotearoa SOCIETY OF
Nielsen LIANZA NATIONAL LIBRARY (AUTHORS — Wright Family

BookData OF NE[...]
[...]t Richard Misilei met the first Pasifika American Library Association (ALA)
President Lessa Kanani‘opua P[...]ghlights and what inspired
them at the IFLA World Library
and Information Congress
(WLIC) held in Dublin on[...]FLA WLIC is a very different
proposition from any library
conference | have ever attended.
There are a dizz[...]nding. |
am grateful to Winston Roberts,
National Library of New Zealand
and Chair of the IFLA Regional
Div[...]rian, Rachel Esson about
the congress. The Public Library
Manifesto, UN Sustainable
Development Goals, indi[...]ion, mis

and disinformation and our

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influence on and in the IFLA[...]current LIANZA
president and as a member

of the library and information
profession. | intend on sharing
m[...]nd first Asian
American president of the
American Library Association
(ALA), and Lessa Kanani‘opua[...]
[...]a who
was at the congress presenting
their Public Library of the Year
entry was interesting from
project an[...]alia and
members of the very active IFLA
Section, Library Buildings and
Equipment.

My favourite keynote session
was Helen Shenton from the
Trinity College Library. She
spoke about the conservation
and reim[...]more
unique. People have asked me
what Dublin is like and I've said
that it felt somewhat like home—
in terms of the landscape and
the weather[...]ic place to see in
Dublin was the Trinity College
Library and its Book of Kells.
Both were astounding! And it
made me think, if the builders
of the library, or the authors/
illustrators of the Book of Kell[...]uzz?’

The winner of the IFLA
Systematic Public Library of the
Year Award went to Missoula
Public Library, United States.
Their building was great. State-[...]audi Arabia nomination... let's
just say that the library building
in Saudia Arabia (called Ithra
meaning enrichment) looked
like the Avengers Tower from
Marvel. However, as we al[...]eeds change. What
really made the Missoula Public
Library impactful was their
honouring of the indigenous
p[...]r session that stuck out
for me was ‘Empowering Library
Leaders and Diversity Worldwide’
Four leaders from four different
library systems shared their
leadership experiences. But[...]ew Zealanders's seeing
themselves in our National
Library. I’m not someone who
wants diversity for[...]
our National Library. I'm not
someone who wants diversity
for t[...]where many
COVID restrictions had been
lifted, unlike New Zealand at
that stage. | must have been an
in[...]on that
in many ways we all now have

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NEWSBOARD

to be priso[...]
[...]ong, Lin Li Soh and Benita
Lim, from the National Library Board Singapore. Image credit: Richy Misilet.

wi[...]at a

panel session How the SDGs
can Change Your Life. David

was involved in writing and
negoti[...]high, but action
is low. We know that the global
library and information sector
has the tools, the[...]
[...]n?
Let's start talking.

Attending the IFLA World
Library and Information
Congress (WLIC) in Dublin
was an[...]tinuation
of LIANZA's engagement

with the global library
community. In 2017-19 LIANZA
presidents attended[...]nge.

Sign up HERE if you want
to join with other library and
information professionals to
begin talking ab[...]to support the New Zealand bid
have also enabled library and
information professionals here
and in the Pacific to attend the
world library congress online

in 2021 and in-person in 2022.
L[...]IFLA aims to build

a stronger, more sustainable
library community in the Asia-
Oceania region and has fun[...]CONNECTED & EMPOWERED BY INFORMATION

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PITOPITO KORERO

CAMBRIDGE LIBRARY -
150 YEARS OF LIBRARY SERVICE

On July 9 Cambridge Library
celebrated 150 years of service
to the Waipa comm[...]out key events from this
long span of years.

The library service started in
1872 in a building which forme[...]r at the time
acted as an honorary librarian.
The library had 300 books and
30 member subscribers - boy
how times have changed!

The library was incorporated in
July 1879 and the Subscription
Library Reading Room was then
located in a former immigra[...]ist Andrew
Carnegie enabled the building of
a new library in the early 1900s.

Celebrating 150th anniversary of Cambridge Library Image credit: Dee Atkinson

It was Carnegie's desire that
library items were to be issued
with no charges attached.[...]umber of items at that time
totalled 6000 and the library had
100 members, 10 per cent of the
population then. It was known as
the Carnegie Library and opened
in December 1909.

A new site for the library was
found near its former location
in lower Victoria Street opening
in 1977. But it didn't take long
for the library to outgrow its
premises and while there was
opposition, the library moved

in 1998 to its current location
alongside[...]continued growth in

population in Cambridge, the
library has once again outgrown

Putanga 493 + Te Rau Ora[...]nd the debate
continues on a new location for
the library.

COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT

The 150 years cele[...],000
of these members identify
Cambridge as their library.

In the most recent library annual
survey, the main reason people
[...]dren's/teen area (almost

20 per cent). While the library
continues to receive positive
feedback there are[...]e last two years on virtual
content.

* Cambridge Library history sourced
from The Library in Cambridge by
Eris Parker.

BN
\ Dee Atkinson h[...]hree years,
je =f after first being employed as a library assistant. Prior to that, she worked in Opéotiki Library.
C2 | Originally from Tasmania, though bor[...]ploma in Professional Communication.

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[...]es. A lot of our members
have worked in different library
and information services. Some
members have law d[...]series of questions to
look at trends for NZ law library
and information professionals.
The aim is to iden[...]our new members,
and those early on in their

law library careers, to those
members with more experi[...]
Next year, NZLLA would like to
sponsor a member to attend the
British and Iri[...]a i te toiroa.
Stronger together.



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Erin Cairney is the N[...]
[...]out goes to the

staff at Auckland Central
Public Library, keeping the
shelves full and putting on
creative[...]from.



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FAVOURITE LIBRARY

My favourite library would
be the Ponsonby Leys
Institute library (currently
closed) which fills my
childhood memor[...]nt Specialist
in the Services to Schools National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga 6 Aotearoa.
She[...]n remember and have worked
previously in a public library and various bookstores (RIP Borders). My p[...]
[...]aata, Te Aitanga-
a-Hauiti) talks to us about the
library and information sector
and the role of LIANZA. Tr[...]Whakahau.

CAN YOU TELL USA LITTLE
BIT ABOUT YOUR LIFE PRIOR
TO THIS MOMENT NOW?

Prior to this moment - | was
just eating lunch... actually in
terms of my library career, for
the last six years | have been
the Team Leader for the Library
Community Engagement Team
(Lending) of Te Matapuna ki
Manukau (AUT Library South
Campus)

WHAT DO YOU THINK THE
BIGGEST CHALLENGES
ARE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
FOR THE LIBRARY AND
INFORMATION SECTOR?

For the sector as a whol[...]all who
work in our sector - either

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through providing professi[...]xperiences
and can offer support.

WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO
SEE LIANZA DO MORE OF?

LIANZA already[...]
[...]ION EXPANDS
HORIZONS FOR INDUSTRY LEADERS



The Library and Information gludies team from L-R: Academic S[...]formation-related roles - the
Graduate Diploma in Library
and Information Leadership.

This qualification h[...]l leadership
development opportunities
within the library, archives

and records, and information
managemen[...]learners’ professional
knowledge and skills in library
and information studies with

a focus on manageme[...]a.org.nz

. Image supplied.

Zealand (ARANZ), the Library
and Information Association
of New Zealand Aotearoa
(LIANZA), and the National
Library of New Zealand. Our
consultation with stakeholder[...]ctor who already
hold degrees in areas other
than library and information
studies, and/or have exten[...]
[...]ry
out in their current role(s).”

If you would like to find

out more about the new
qualification inc[...]responsibilities within the rapidly

transforming library, archives, records
and information management sec[...]ives of
New Zealanders.

oa
7
raduate Diploma in

Library and
THIELE TE eeCo ili

r Structure: 6 courses[...]KURATINI TUWHERA

i Bi tan ieee)



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[...]Celtic and
English ancestry. My career
began as a library assistant at
Dan Long Memorial Library,
Public Service Association. I've
worked at Cante[...]th Waikato
regions.

WHAT DOES A TYPICAL
DAY LOOK LIKE IN
YOUR ROLE?

There's likely to be a catch-up
with one of my team to share
u[...]lopment of Te
Pukenga, we are looking at
aligning library resources with
new and unified qualifications,
an[...]stories. | loved visits to the
school and public library and
listening to my grandmother's
train stories.[...]s
and news articles at school. The
beginning of a life-long interest
in libraries, magazines and
information literacy!

ANY CAREER
HIGHLIGHTS YOU'D LIKE
TO SHARE WITH US?

Being a children’s librarian[...]'m also proud we
implemented the open-source
Koha library system, with
support and data storage in
Aotearoa.
[...]unities.

DO YOU HAVE ANY
ADVICE FOR EARLY
CAREER LIBRARY
AND INFORMATION
PROFESSIONALS?

Join your regiona[...]job, get
involved in activities in and
beyond the library that fit your
values, you never know where
they m[...]ailable on the
Wharekorero.nz app.

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE
TO SEE LIBRARIES AND
INFORMATION SERVICES
LOOK IN[...]oing a
period of radical change. The

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Image: Te Pukenga Toi Ohomai team in action.

Image credit: Lee Rowe

outcome I'd like to see is tangible
evidence of equitable and
accessible education. Essential
to this will be well-resourced
library and learning support
services and spaces, co-
des[...]mfortable visiting

and working in libraries. Our
library systems and structures in
Aotearoa are still Euro[...]an
New Zealanders. So, if there

is one thing I'd like to see, it is
continuing change in this area
and a lot more Maori staff in
library leadership positions.
A LIANZA REGULAR COLUMNS

LIBRARY OF THE ISSUE



Tupu Youth Library is based at
Clover Park in Otara, Manukau
City. The library turned 21 in
August. Located close to local
schoo[...]nd home,
to grow and learn. It’s the only
youth library in Australasia.

TUPU NEW GROWTH

In the late 199[...]cillorsstarted discussions
in the community for a library
youth space. This was after a
store-front location for a library
branch proved successful and
reinforced by a 1999 Library

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TUPU YOUTH LIBRARY

ro

Some of the Tupu Youth Team: Martha Sinclair[...]the
Samoan Church located right
next door to the library, and
whanau in the Clover Park area.
The political and community
support was critical for the
library's aims of innovation and
social inclusion.

wwwilianza.org.nz



Tupu Youth Library ping pong table.
Hage credit: Tube Vouk Library

The word ‘Tupu’ means new
growth, origin and[...]was selected as
the name of the Dawson Road
Youth Library by popular choice.
Tupu refers both to the young[...]new knowledge that young
people gain by using the library's
resources and services.

A PACIFIC-FOCUS[...]
[...]e youth of the Clover Park
area would come to the library.

The physical space reflects
the culture[...]dows
to the park and invites activity

Tupu Youth Library. Image credit: Angie Cairncross

and engag[...]ates and
two high schools are in proximity
to the library.

“We are surrounded by our
community's[...]essions. | lead
Wriggle and Rhyme sessions in
the library for our babies and
toddlers which is such a fun t[...]rk colleagues, | host big story
time plays at the library and run
school holiday programs. We
are a very LOUD library but a
fun and caring library too which

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LIANZA REGULAR COLUMNS



he[...]and rangatahi

2. All staff are out front in the
library space from 3pm.

There are ping pong table[...]
A LIANZA REGULAR COLUMNS



Tupu Youth Library 21st celebration. Image credit: Tupu Youth Library

get to play on the console or
pingpong if they r[...]ork with them. We're not a
huge circulation-based library
and it means we can explore
literacy in a differe[...]nique the type of
engagement we have here in this
library,’ says Fortunato Sagaoinit,
library manager at Tupu Youth.

Staff sometimes have to p[...]are hanging out with us. Their
parents trust this library and that
we will look out for the tamariki,’
sa[...]ianza.org.nz

CELEBRATING 21 YEARS

It's a joyful library where staff are
fully engaged with tamariki and
r[...]LiftingLiteracy.

The 21st birthday of Tupu Youth
Library was celebrated with a
cake. games, a large displa[...]played past videos of
events and activities. The library
also celebrated Cook Island
Language Week.

“Many people messaged us
saying | remember when the
library first opened, | was there.
It was revolutionary.’

Check out their Facebook and
Instagram @TupuYouthlibrary
to see more of what they do.
[...]ons
have traditionally been made

by managers and library
committees.

But there has certainly always
been[...]ve
been fights for resources for the
provision of library services.

Back in November 1884, C W
Holgate spe[...]at

once drawn to the existence of
a Free Public Library by a large,
printed notice-board on the
weighing[...]nnouncing the locality and
hours during which the library is
open.” (Holgate 1886, p.1)

Holgate also presented a paper
to the UK Library Association
and made sure to point out that
the Auckland Free Public Library
was open on Sundays. Evidence
that efforts at com[...]isions. Six years
later, in 1940, the New Zealand
Library Association produced
“The case for a free library
service” which put the onus

on local authoriti[...]rovision of
free internet access through
services like the Aotearoa
People's Network Kaharoa,

in formin[...]the
focus has moved to engagement
with approaches like co-design.

The ever-broadening stream
of library history includes

a commitment to access,
education, and now also
engagement.



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Andrew Henry RLIANZA (biblio-[...]Z Collections
librarian based at the Central City Library in Tamaki Makaurau.


[...]hat
New Zealand extend the term
of copyright from life plus 50
years to life plus 70 years and
provide additional protections
for technological protection
measures (digital locks). Unlike
the 15 years grace of a similar
agreement with th[...]y not occur until the end of
2024, meaning we are likely

to have until late 2028 to
implement them.

Co[...]he Copyright Act.
These include the education
and library exceptions. The
Committee has considered
some of the changes we would
like to see to the Copyright Act,
not only to counter[...]tee
on Copyright (LSCC) relies

on members of the library

and information community

to provide exa[...]
[...]New Zealanders’ use of
public-funded content.

LIBRARY EXCEPTIONS

Prescribed libraries -
interloans: The description of
‘prescribed library’ needs to

be clarified to ensure it covers
lib[...]L provision in
section 56A of the Act enables
the library to lend a lawfully
acquired digital copy to its
members. Extending this to
include all works that the
library has lawfully acquired,
that are not otherwise ava[...]ortant
requirement of the Berne
Convention. It is likely that
this will be enacted during the
reform pro[...]ibraries at very short or no
notice.

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LIANZA REGULAR COLUMNS

The[...]itising collections,
and any activities you would
like to offer to the public that
are not possible because of
copyright restrictions.

In your library consider
setting up a copyright group
that[...]
[...]ormation Studies and
Open Polytechnic Bachelor
of Library and Information
Studies qualifications
automatica[...]TE REHITA?

e Anyone with an approved
New Zealand library and
information qualification.

e¢ Anyone with a library and
information qualification
recognised by
international library
associations.

e People with a bachelor’[...]
[...]-term illnesses. He provides advice Engaging with library users on the topic of serious
for librarians on h[...]-
whether for ourselves or members of our whanau, life health advice or support for their specific
parti[...]or promotional activities
in partnership with the library. We can also explore

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[...]t cover

Counties Manukau Health.



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LIANZA REGULAR COLUMNS A

pain, fatigue, sleep[...]rt from the
Ministry of Health.

Living a Healthy Life - with Chronic Conditions.
This book should be on the shelves of every library.
Living a healthy life with chronic conditions: self-
management skills[...]Peter Murgatroyd BSW, MLIS (dist.) ALIANZA is the Library and Knowledge Services Manager,

wwwilianza.org.nz

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Life
LIBRARY
TE RAU ORA[...]M IFLA WLIC 2022: 21
LIBRARY OF THE ISSUE: TUPU YOUTH LIBRARY
[...]Cambridge Library - 150 years of library service[...]LIBRARY STUDIES: New Open Polytechnic qualification[...]LIBRARY OF THE ISSUE: Tupu Youth Library[...]EDITORIAL STATEMENT
Tupu Youth LIbrary https://librariesaotearoa.org.nz/ Library Life is the digital magazine of
library-life New Zealand’s Library and Information
EDITOR[...]
[...]rom the LIANZA executive
This issue of Te Rau Ora Library about their highlights from
Life includes a focus on the new the IFLA World Library and
history curriculum for schools[...]our regular columns. If you
more about Tupu Youth Library would like your library to feature
in Manukau when LIANZA was in Library Life Te Rau Ora or if
there in July, and they feature you have some news or a story/
as the library of the issue in this opinion to share,[...]hrough many of the Te Rau Ora Library Life – please
articles, in our feature on public[...]Ora
engagement in the UK from Library Life.
Marge Ainsley, the kai resilience
mahi in[...]Advisor




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[...]name for their library, Te language decimation and re[...]ori by Hemi Kelly. It was
The language is the life force of
and connected with the library. performed at the New Zealan[...]Writers festival commissioned
The word is the life force of the[...]Harbour. Like water, knowledge
is essential for life and growth, The congress session show[...]cted
of Library Associations and Decade of Indi[...]Institutions (IFLA) World Library Languages 2022-2031.
o Tāmaki Ma[...]this in our article but I would like
to speak, learn, hear and see[...]
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[...]The new Aotearoa New National Library of New Zealand could be digitiz[...]years to implement it into their
to life in the classroom. and more.[...]and take a planned approach
and the ways some library and has looked at their collections to[...]areas of the National Library, • Green light –[...]
[...]h provide a
professional development Library of New Zealand Te Puna general ov[...]The AnyQuestions Histories
area to support library staff,”[...]literacy skills, which
area. “I think any local library site.[...]ulum.
encourages taking a planned local library partnerships that These entries wi[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
[...]he A pilot project led by the library
We’re in an ideal position to M[...]New Zealand stories.”
CITY LIBRARY[...]In June 2022, Palmerston North The library also coordinates HOROI - INVESTIGATING
City Library held an event “Ka the ‘Back Is[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
[...]librarians and showcase the ROTORUA LIBRARY pathways into infor[...]ka Mauri. searching for a resource like this
within the kāhui ako with[...]are applicable to Rotorua and the library is one of the
The website is based on three[...]from Digital NZ, EPIC,
Papers Past, National Library, Aural as well as written content[...]
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[...]and was PROJECTS DID IT
for library staff, we catch funded by Wellcome and[...]taken between the library and
institutions (HEIs) can bring w[...]particularly interesting for
library staff and academic more accessible an[...]of the UK, with 14 public library[...]
[...]R LEARNING public (and library/HEI staff )
University of Bristol devised[...]an evaluation toolkit for library
it showed th[...]ose
projects like ‘Telling the Tale’[...]library staff so that they could[...]of audiences. In fact, 93% of
we spoke to the library teams[...]use available tools to assess
more likely to help you access THE PROGRAMME[...]to share and
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the evaluation report! Library created approach also had a[...]out with this programme was WHERE CAN LIBRARY
the positive impact of involving a STAFF[...]KEY LINKS
For example, West Lothian
Library worked with Heriot- STARTED WITH THIS[...]point. Other resources like




Marge Ainsley[...]
Library gardens. Image credit: Angie Cairncross


The com[...]development of our māra kai
the library of the small, rural Another great service[...]e, where part in activities. A library should
with RECAP (The Society for the pe[...]have worked alongside different
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Sharing shelf outside the library. Image credit Angie Cairncross[...]est, adjoining Te Pātikitiki library to support this project alongside[...]is planned. The strategy was
Te Pātikitiki Librarylibrary, sports fields and kai th[...]
[...]ra Caygill “I’m never going to feel like Broadbent, Kyle Mewburn,
ref[...]nd judging these is no small
If you’re anything like me, when up that making time to take[...], I’m really pleased deadline like I did!), and to trust
Awards for Children and You[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
[...]fascinating in reading something process like judging. the pain of spen[...]when COVID and other life
you do pick up a real gem. It[...]Libraries. Formerly a community library manager for Auckland Libraries, Laura move[...]
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[...]t Richard Misilei met the first Pasifika American Library Association (ALA)[...]be accessed in any of the
them at the IFLA World Library seven official IFLA languages.[...]National Library of New Zealand and revealing th[...], for giving us first- of the library and information[...]the congress. The Public Library American president of the
An IF[...], UN Sustainable American Library Association
proposition from any library Development Goals, indigenous[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
[...]Systematic Public Library of the
Management Network (PIMN)[...]Public Library, United States.
talanoa in the coming weeks[...]just say that the library building
librarian from Saudi Arabia who MOR[...]meaning enrichment) looked
their Public Library of the Year Where to begin! Firstly, it was like the Avengers Tower from
entry was interesting fro[...]d really made the Missoula Public
Section, Library Buildings and daughter, and colleagues from Library impactful was their
Equipment.[...]favourite keynote session what Dublin is like and I’ve said the name of this American Indi[...]Shenton from the that it felt somewhat like home— community, but I was blessed
Trinity College Library. She in terms of the landscape and[...]at stuck out
Book of Kells, was inspiring and Library and its Book of Kells. for me was ‘Empowering Library
thought-provoking. Especially Both were as[...]erent
the world is on and the question of the library, or the authors/ library systems shared their
of how we make our heritage[...]nd is also fleeting. So, as I went Library. I’m not someone who
accountable choices[...]
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our National Library. I’m not and how enriching these g[...]re herself.
COVID restrictions had been
lifted, unlike New Zealand at[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
[...]Lim, from the National Library Board Singapore. Image credit: Richy Misilei.[...]to the United Nations, at a library and information sector
panel session How the[...]as the tools, the resources,
can Change Your Life. David the knowledge, t[...]
[...]to join with other library and
digital technologies help solve[...]2017 and Hanoi in 2018. IFLA
FEDERATION OF LIBRARY NZ to progress the bid for the[...]have also enabled library and strategy and attend a UNESCO[...]here seminar. IFLA aims to build
Library and Information and in the Pacific to a[...]stainable
Congress (WLIC) in Dublin world library congress online library community in the Asia-
was an important continuat[...]LIANZA President Kim Taunga
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CAMBRIDGE LIBRARY -
150 YEARS OF LIBRARY SERVICE




Celebrating 150th anniversary of Cambridge Library Image credit: Dee Atkinson Image[...]ael Jeans photography



On July 9 Cambridge Library It was Carnegie’s desire t[...]celebrated 150 years of service library items were to be issued continues o[...]with no charges attached. While the library.
Waikato. Dee Atkinson tells[...]upon its return. ENGAGEMENT
The library service started in The number o[...]ich formed totalled 6000 and the library had The 150 years celebrations
p[...]dmaster at the time the Carnegie Library and opened Rosemary Bublitz, cake c[...]drawing and fact competitions
The library had 300 books and[...]s – boy A new site for the library was cheese evening.
how times[...]g Waipā District Libraries
The library was incorporated in in 1977. But[...]79 and the Subscription for the library to outgrow its Te Awamutu Libraries which
Library Reading Room was then premises[...]er immigrant’s opposition, the library moved of more than 37,000. This[...]Cambridge as their library.
Carnegie enabled the building of With the continued growth in
a new library in the early 1900s. population in Cambridge, the In the most recent library annual
library has once again outgrown surv[...]
[...]last two years on virtual
20 per cent). While the library[...]s have now ended, * Cambridge Library history sourced
about the ageing building and it[...]mmunity librarian role for from The Library in Cambridge by
no longer being fit for purpose[...]after first being employed as a library assistant. Prior to that, she worked in Ōpōtiki Library.
Originally from Tasma[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
[...]universities, courts, law society, law library careers, to those
member survey, drafting a[...]anning have worked in different library knowledge sharing and to build[...]discussing look at trends for NZ law library
workforce capability framework,[...]
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Next year, NZLLA would like to NZ LEGAL RESEARCH[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
[...]the
staff at Auckland Central
Public Library, keeping the
2 FAVOURITE LIBRARY
My favourite library would[...]Institute library (currently Nelly was cool, to wear[...]in the Services to Schools National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga ō Aotearoa.[...]ed
previously in a public library and various bookstores (RIP Borders). My p[...]
[...]or similar organisations:
library and information sector INVOLVEMENT WITH LIA[...]Being co-sponsor for the
BIT ABOUT YOUR LIFE PRIOR[...]adopted and resulted in the
terms of my library career, for[...]WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO
Leaders program which ran for
the Team Leader for the Library[...]I hope that at some point we
Manukau (AUT Library South
WHAT G[...]TURY I hope that we can make
FOR THE LIBRARY AND a positive difference in the[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
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LIBRARY STUDIES
N E W O P E N P[...]HORIZONS FOR INDUSTRY LE ADERS




The Library and Information Studies team from L-R: Academic S[...]formation Zealand (ARANZ), the Library
Pūkenga, New Zealand’s[...]Library of New Zealand. Our[...]learners’ professional
Graduate Diploma in Library[...]knowledge and skills in library
and Information Leadership.[...]than library and information
specifically developed to ca[...]require a flexible and part-
within the library, archives Records Associa[...]
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[...]ng purchases, school and public library and
prep[...]chat with staff in beginning of a life-long interest
YOURSELF[...]HIGHLIGHTS YOU’D LIKE
began as a library assistant at Advocacy has always been a[...]TO SHARE WITH US?
Dan Long Memorial Library, big part of my role. Writing a
Pub[...]aligning library resources with and receiving a LIAN[...]My current role is a career
DAY LOOK LIKE IN have been creating, and the[...]for learners. I’m also proud we
There’s likely to be a catch-up[...]Koha library system, with
updates and talk about a[...]
[...]our health and outcome I’d like to see is tangible
seeing so many staff grow in[...]WHO OR WHAT library and learning support
And although the last few ye[...]library systems and structures in
ADVICE FOR EARLY[...]and based on settler colonist
CAREER LIBRARY and eagerness to s[...]is one thing I’d like to see, it is
involved in activities in and[...]continuing change in this area
beyond the library that fit your
values, you never know where HOW WOULD YOU LIKE and a lot more Māor[...]TO SEE LIBRARIES AND library leadership positions.
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LIBRARY OF THE ISSUE[...]e, Monika Prasad, Tupu Youth Library ping pong table.
Maria (Mazi) Nio and B[...]Image credit: Tupu Youth Library



Tupu Youth Library is based at Strategy that endo[...]growth, origin and to begin in
City. The library turned 21 in and encouraging t[...]with a large part of the Youth Library by popular choice.
community so tamariki and[...]d people gain by using the library’s
youth library in Australasia. positive. Sup[...]The City next door to the library, and
Librarian and two Manukau City[...]Tongan, Cook Island,
in the community for a library support was critical for the[...]youth space. This was after a library’s aims of innovation and This rich and unique cultural
store-front location for a library social inclusion.[...]ry, and for good reason
reinforced by a 1999 Library[...]
[...]Tupu Youth Library. Image credit: Angie Cairncross


the 3M I[...]and
local schools and where young to the library. engagi[...]and rangatahi
area would come to the library. I outreach to 19 preschools and[...]library space from 3pm.
The physical space reflects[...]ables,
original design of the building the library for our babies and[...]d with tapa cloth. It is time plays at the library and run[...]hrough the large windows are a very LOUD library but a[...]he park and invites activity fun and caring library too which[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz
[...]Tupu Youth Library 21st celebration. Image credit: Tupu Youth Library



get to play on the console or I[...]It’s a joyful library where staff are
pages of a book and answer a library,” says Fortunato Sagaoinit,[...]and
few comprehension questions. library manager at Tupu Youth.[...]rds #LiftingLiteracy.
huge circulation-based library tamariki and rangatahi feel safe
an[...]Library was celebrated with a
might be through[...]events and activities. The library
to. We will have black-out poetry, come[...]library first opened, I was there.
meaningful, by learning names parents trust this library and that[...]Instagram @TupuYouthlibrary
they are at. We want them to[...]
[...]y is involved in a Free Public Library by a large, that “connection sh[...]ept to hours during which the library is was seen in the provision of
l[...]services like the Aotearoa
by managers and library Holgate also presented a[...]es. to the UK Library Association in forming consor[...]always the Auckland Free Public Library resources, giving access to
been[...]and as an access point for
provision of library services. later, in 1940, the Ne[...]e
Library Association produced communi[...], C W “The case for a free library In the twenty-first century,[...]ties to support with approaches like co-design.
islands from north to south and[...]e from a subscription service of library history includes
account of the chief libraries o[...]librarian based at the Central City Library in Tāmaki Makaurau.


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[...]ament to support our case.
of copyright from life plus 50 continued commercial relevance
years to lifelike has a substantial monetary and[...]the
as part of the current review of and library exceptions. The public doma[...]ate the
start of the pandemic. like to see to the Copyright Act,[...]ass digitisation: There
2024, meaning we are likely[...]on members of the library libraries, archive[...]
[...]s unclear whether these can like to offer to the public that
public-funded con[...]• In your library consider
LIBRARY EXCEPTIONS should be able to[...]we can use to support our
‘prescribed library’ needs to Contracting out of exception[...]and all its benefits. Contact
the library to lend a lawfully requirement of the Ber[...]d digital copy to its Convention. It is likely that[...]s that the reform process. This would
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Use the registration process[...]New Zealand library and
Complete an application form.[...]Anyone with a library and[...]international library
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[...]He provides advice Engaging with library users on the topic of serious
for librarians[...]ourselves or members of our whānau, life health advice or support for their specific[...]in partnership with the library. We can also explore[...]
[...]Living a Healthy Life – with Chronic Conditions.[...]This book should be on the shelves of every library.
In acknowledging the trust that our communities Living a healthy life with chronic conditions: self-
place in us as pro[...]Peter Murgatroyd BSW, MLIS (dist.) ALIANZA is the Library and Knowledge Services Manager,[...]Issue 493 • Library Life • www.lianza.org.nz

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