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Aurora Leadership Institutes: Assisting future leaders to maximise their leadership skills and potential
This paper provides background information on the Aurora Leadership Institutes and the Aurora Foundation. The latter part of the paper focuses on the looming leadership crisis in the library profession in New Zealand and ...
Ki te Ao Marama, Ki te Ao Matauranga: Into the world of light, into the world of information
As the largest provider of university education to Maori, Massey was challenged in 2003 by the newly appointed Assistant Vice Chancellor (Maori), Professor Mason Durie to become a university where Maori language and culture ...
Reflections on professional training: A post-Auroran view
This paper looks at the relationship between education for librarianship, professional development and leadership training.
Closing the gaps: Maori and information literacy
This paper focuses on the reasons why information literacy is a concept that has yet to make an impact on Maori. Although Maori participation as librarians and library users has increased dramatically over the last decade ...
Indigenous intellectual and cultural property rights
1999 heralds the beginning of the United Nations Decade for Indigenous Peoples. A number of issues will be highlighted throughout the decade and new opportunities will emerge. In recent years both Australia and New Zealand ...
The three INGs: Recruiting, training and retaining
The purpose of this paper is to address the problem of firstly how we recruit Maori to our profession, train them in the range of skills required to be successful and lastly how to stop them leaving the profession. The ...