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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 ...
Barriers to the use of digital information by university researchers
The transition of academic libraries from print to electronic resources is well underway and for most scholars non-engagement with the digital environment has ceased to be an option. The demands placed on the computing ...
Issues in equivalence: Information literacy and the distance student
(Distance Education Association of New Zealand, 2008)
Information Literacy is a recognised lifelong learning skill, and an expected graduate attribute. With the growth in distance provision of tertiary education it is important to acknowledge the barriers faced by distance ...
Minding our ps and qs: Issues of property, provenance, quantity and quality in institutional repositories
(International Association of Technological University Libraries, 2008)
The development of institutional repositories has opened the path to the mass availability of peer-reviewed scholarly information and the extension of information democracy to the academic domain. A secondary space of ...