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Māori Services Librarians offer support, advice and training for Māori staff and students in the use of the Library's collections and services. Assistance is available for clients experiencing difficulties in using Māori print and electronic resources. Help is also available to Māori staff and students who need to access non-Māori resources.
Māori distance students are welcome to Contact Us, or the Māori Services Librarians directly, for help in finding information. The Māori Services Librarians also work on the Service Points at the Albany and Manawatū Libraries on a regular basis.
Course-specific tutorials arranged in consultation with course controller/lecturer:
These tutorials are offered to students at all levels and focus on:
Course-controllers or lecturers at any campus library: please contact a Subject Librarian to arrange a session for your class.
Available to staff and post-graduate students who are undertaking theses and research rpojects.
If you're having difficulty locating materials on a particular topic, would like personal assistance in negotiating the Massey University libraries and electronic resources, or simply need help beginning the research process -- we can help! We offer individual appointments. Sessions can include identifying appropriate resources (in various formats) and mapping out research strategies.
You can meet either with a Subject Librarian responsible for the academic department you are studying in or a member of the Māori Services team. To request an appointment, please contact a Subject Librarian or a member of the Māori Services team. If you are a distance student or from the Albany or Wellington campus and wish to consult with a member of the Māori Services team, your appointment may be conducted online using Adobe Connect software, phone or via email. Adobe Connect sessions require a broadband connection so that screen sharing can take place.
PLEASE NOTE: In order to do the necessary preliminary research and to accommodate your available times, we will usually need a minimum notice of 3 business days before scheduling the consultation.
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Last updated on Monday 15 June 2020