Programme (Wātaka)

Please note that while this programme is correct at the time of posting, times for social events are still being finalised and there may be some adjustments to the schedule. 

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Programme
Events
Library Tours
Non-Conference Events

WAI-ORA

Day 1: Sunday 20th October 2013 / Te Rā Tuatahi: Rātapu 20th o Whiringa-ā-nuku 2013

Pōwhiri
1:45pm Buses depart Claudelands /  Ka tīmata te hikoi ki Tūrangawaewae Marae mai I a Claudelands

2:30pm  

Pōwhiri at Tūrangawaewae Marae  / Ka hīkoi te ope ki runga I a Tūrangawaewae Marae

3:15pm 

Afternoon tea / Paramanawa

3:45pm

Kaikōrero Matua ko Nanaia Mahuta
Keynote Speaker : Nanaia Mahuta

4:30pm

Buses return to Claudelands / Ka whakahokia ngā pahi ki Claudelands

5:15pm

Registration Opens / He whakatau I te ope ki Claudelands, kātahi ka tūwhera te waahi rehita

5:15pm –
7:00pm

Welcome Drinks / He Wā Aumihi

  

WAI-MĀORI

Day 2: Monday 21st October 2013 / Te Rā Tuarua: Rāhina 21st o Whiringa-ā-nuku 2013

8.00pm -
5.30pm

Registration desk open

8.45am

MC Eddie Neha - Karakia, housekeeping, welcome

Rāhui Papa - Kaumātua o Waikato-Tainui

9.25am

LIANZA President : Laurinda Thomas

9.50am

Associateship and Fellowship Presentations

10.30am

Morning Tea / Paramanawa in Exhibit Hall - Sponsored by Waikato / BOP LIANZA Region

Fast Connect Morning Tea for newcomers and others (venue TBC)

11.00am

Keynote Speaker : Penny Hagen

12.00pm

Lunch among the exhibitors / Kai o te rānui ki te taha o ngā kaiwhakakitenga

IFLA Presentation
Fenton A &
Roberts W

TRW Meeting
He Wā Hui mō Te Rōpū Whakahau

Cat SIG Meeting
He Wā Hui Mō

Preservation
SIG Meeting

He Wā Hui Mō

1.30pm

P1
Goulding, A

Leading collaboration in public and academic libraries

 

P4
Perkins, R
Collecting recollections both online and off: one public library's experiments with using new technology and community participation to preserve local history

P7
McFadden, A
Teen Events. It's Easy As! From Skyping an author to the Hunger Games.

W1
PUBSIG Meeting & Talks:

Haines, J
Promoting Your Library for Free

Salamonson, K
QR Codes – oh the possibilities!

 

Willemse, A
Are you my mentor? Identifying and cultivating mentoring relationships on Twitter

Kerr, F
Collaborative Youth Outreach Programmes

 

P10
Smith, B
From the Opposite Side: Finding Treasures in Our Collections

W2
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

Morehu, A
Wai Mātauranga Māori?

Limited to 30 people

 

2.00pm

P2
Sides, E

Creating collections – a reactive or proactive approach?

P5
Sherratt, T
From portal to platform – building new frameworks for user engagement

P8
Clarkson, M
How four Librarians Reached 33,000 Users

P11
Gow, V

Commemorating the centenary of the First World War: The role of libraries

2.30pm

P3
Field, G

Out of the rubble – the establishment of a new type of library in post earthquake central Christchurch

P6
Ferrier-Watson, A

Woulda Shoulda Coulda:
Do Digital Smarts Have to Hurt?

 

P9
Baigent, R

Changing conversations: The ongoing evolution of the AnyQuestions service

P12
Szekely, C
A Turnbull for all the people of New Zealand
Clarkson, M

3.00pm

Afternoon Tea / Paramanawa in Exhibit Hall - Sponsored by Swets

3.30pm

Keynote Speaker : Eli Neiburger

4.30pm

LIANZA AGM

5.15pm

Closing / Karakia Whakamutunga

 

WAI-MĀORI

Day 3: Tuesday 22nd October 2013 / Te Rā Tuatoru: Rātū 22nd o Whiringa-ā-nuku 2013

8.00pm -
5.30pm

Registration desk open

8.45am

MC Eddie Neha - Karakia, housekeeping, observations

9.00am

Keynote Speaker : Lorcan Dempsey Sponsored by the National Library

10.00am

Morning Tea / Paramanawain Exhibition Hall - Sponsored by Baker and Taylor

10.30am

P13
Aldridge, L

Changing the front-of-house service model in a tertiary library

P16
Kerr, M

Innovation that works:  how to avoid losing a paddle while rafting the river

 

L1 LIGHTNING TALKS
KŌRERO HIHIKO

a) Desvignes-Hicks, J
Is there a best practice to manage  Big and Open Data?

b) Lamb, A Ebooks: Research results and recommendations from a survey of academics…

c) Clarkson, M Online access to scanned articles – without breaking copyright.

d) Benseman, G Institutional Repositories in NZ

e) Clunies-Ross, B Audiovisual materials in cultural heritage institutions

W3
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

LIANZA Future Skills Workshop

Faci
litated by Amanda Curnow

 

 

W4
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

Rea L

From Librarian to Developer in 90 mins

11.00am

P14
Rowe, L

Paddling the Waters : our Journey to Ako Ātea

 

P17
Gong, L

Technicality, humanity and spirituality: 3-dimensional proactive library service toward lifelong learning

 

P20
Rankin, E

Te Puawaitanga o te Tangata – The Blossoming of People – Aranui Library

11.30am

P15
Brockelsby, W
VicInfo Ihonui: Library Services For The Future?

 

 

P18
Perrone, V
Wallbutton A
McFadden A

LIANZA Strengthening the Profession Working Group: BrandLibraries Update

P22
Ellis, S
Projects and Collaboration, Victoria University

 

 

12noon

Lunch among the exhibitors / Kai o te rānui ki te taha o ngā kaiwhakakitenga

1.00pm

P23
Chawner,B
Flowing and changing over time: Reshaping postgraduate information studies

P26
Diamond, P

Open access vs cultural ownership: a case study from the Alexander Turnbull Library

P29
Joseph, M
Catalysts, innovation and online engagement @SLNSW

W5
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

Obradovic, K
Sutherland, P
McDonald, J

E-Lending and Libraries: A workshop



 

W6
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

Busby, C

LIANZA Strengthening the Profession Workshop

Leadership is more important than management: the great debate

 

 


 

1.30pm

P24
Edmundson,
M
Change Readiness: a new commitment to developing a future-fit workforce

P27
Palmer, M

The A-Z of building a digital newspaper archive: A case study of the Upper Hutt CIty Leader

P30
Cruickshank, A
Librarians Leading Learning Online: Creating an online professional development programme for staff

2.00pm

P25
Saravani S

Librarians becoming competent: Technology acceptance in the workplace

P28
Keogh, A
Collection development in a digitial environment

P31
Stent, C
We let users collaborate. We crowd source digitization projects. What about letting creators catalogue their datasets?

2.30pm

Afternoon tea / Paramanawa in exhibition hall – Sponsored by Peter Pal Library Supplier

3.00pm

Keynote Speaker: Michael Stephens Sponsored by Victoria University of Wellington

4.00pm  

 

P32
LIANZA Strengthening the Profession: Panel session

 

L2 LIGHTNING TALKS:
KŌRERO HIHIKO

a) Rea, L
Your bad idea is the best idea I’ve heard all day

b) ter Borg, T Auckland Collection Development Policy…

c) Wright, N
One collection floating across  55 libraries

d) Berman, S The Dominion Road Stories:

e) Couper, H Remembering War

W8
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

Jeffrey, C
Marketing in Libraries

W9
WORKSHOP AWHEAWHE
Jury, R

Wai-Tangi?(Understand Te Tiriti/The Treaty)

Limited to 30 people

 

W10
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

Maniapoto, T
Tuitui (Twitter): Hashtagging it

Limited to 20 people

5.00pm

Closing / Karakia Whakamutunga

7.00pm

Conference Dinner : Take Me To The River  The Atrium, Wintec House /
He Hakari, He Pō WHakangāhau ki Te Kuratini o Waikato – sponsored by 3M

 

WAIKATO

Day 4: Wednesday 23rd October 2013 / Te Rā Tuawhā: Rāapa 23rd Whiringa-ā-nuku 2013    

8.00pm -
3.30pm

Registration desk open

 8.45am

MC Eddie Neha - Karakia, housekeeping, observations

 9.00am

Keynote Speaker: Professor Linda Smith

10.00am

2014 Conference Presentation

10.15am

Morning Tea / Paramanawa in Exhibit Hall

10.15am

Library Tours Depart from Claudelands returning at 12.15 pm

T1  Hamilton City Library    T2  Wintec Library    T3  Waikato District Health Board Library  
T4 University of Waikato Student Centre and Library

10.45am

 

P33
Henczel, S

Professionalism: Exploring the role and responsibility of our professional associations

P38
Smith, P

What libraries can learn from the entertainment industry

L3 LIGHTNING
TALKS:

KŌRERO
HIHIKO

a) Blackwood, D
Systematic Reviews: the Health Librarian’s role in providing faculty support

b) Howie, J
New Zealand Tertiary Library Homepages.

d) Tuhou, T
Te Mātāpuna Pārongo: The Wellspring of Information

e) Sheard, C Encouraged to lead - wear your heart on your sleeve.

f) Busby, C
Journey to IFLA World Congress

g) White, P People and the machine: Designing techno savvy library spaces for humans

W11
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

Tangapeau, M
Te Herenga: Outreach/Reach-Out: Meaningful engagement with whanau hapu and iwi

W12
WORKSHOP
AWHEAWHE

Registration Board & LIANZA Mentoring

Facilitated by Sally Angus


 

 

 


 

11.15am

P34
Libraries, librarians and core values: Panel session

P36
Thompson, S
Foyers, facades and fenestrations: New library spaces in Europe & Scandinavia

 

P39
Willemse, A

Wandering wirelessly over the ditch: A professional development collaboration

 

11.45am

P37
Huatahi, M

Supporting the Māori business professional in the taniwha economy

 

P40
Reid, H

Learning emerging technologies - who's responsibility is it?

 

12.15pm

30 minute Brown Bag Lunch among the exhibitors / Kai o te rānui ki te taha o ngā kaiwhakakitenga

12.45pm

Keynote Speaker : Nathan Torkington

1.45pm

National Librarian : Bill Macnaught

2.15pm

Vendor Prizes

2.30pm

Waikato : Wrap Up Panel (what are we taking out to the world)

2.50pm

Farewell / Poroporoaki

 

Events

Conference Powhiri and Welcome Function (Wānanga Pōwhiri me te Wā Aumihi)
Sunday 20th October (Rātapu 20th Whiringa-ā-nuku 2013)

The conference will be opened with the Powhiri and opening keynote speaker being held at the Tūrangawaewae Marae beginning from 2.30pm. We would advise arranging your travel to ensure you arrive in Hamilton by 12noon at the latest to meet the scheduled transport from Claudelands Events Centre to the Marae.

Delegates will then be transferred back to Claudelands Events Centre to collect their conference registration and attend the Welcome Function hosted amongst the exhibition.

Additional information on the powhiri can be found here.

 

Conference Sessions (Ngā Wānanga)
Monday 21st to Wednesday 23rd October (Rāhina 21st Whiringa-ā-nuku 2013 ki Rāapa 23rd Whiringa-ā-nuku 2013)

The business sessions begin at 8.30am Monday morning and run through until 3.00pm on Wednesday, finishing with the Poroporoaki.

 

Meetings (Ngā Hui)

The LIANZA AGM is scheduled to take place on Monday the 21st October  at 4.30 pm.

 

Conference Gala Dinner (Wānanga Kaihakari)

Take Me to the River (Ko au te Awa Tuupuna, Ko te Awa Tuupuna ko au)

Our dinner is proudly sponsored by 3M

Tuesday 22 October

Venue: The Atrium, Wintec

Time: 7.00pm

Join your colleagues for an evening of subterranean fun! Allow us to create the place for you to start your evening journey. A journey into the heartland of the Waikato Region, a region that stretches from Coromandel Peninsula to the north-eastern slopes of Mount Ruapehu.

Our evening on the river takes place in the spectacular Wintec Atrium with glowing walls washed with atmospheric  blue light, waiting for you to bring a touch of extra glam to the surroundings.

Put your best paddle, Irish tap shoe, fishing rod, inner tube or waka forward when designing your own river quest costume or just wear that touch of blue...fitness levels and no experience on water safety is necessary.

Come enjoy the fabulous atmosphere, food and entertainment. Dancing will be mandatory when the band takes the stage – they’re a well-kept secret at the moment but not for too much longer…

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Fast Connect (Hononga Hihiko)
10.30am, Monday 21 October

A new take on the newcomers morning tea Fast Connect is a speed networking session that will help break the ice and introduce individuals who may never otherwise meet.  Run in the same format as a speed dating event this is meant to be a fun and non-threatening way to begin conversations amongst delegates. 

 

Library Tours

Waikato University

Visit our new Student Centre Te Manawa – a state-of-the-art multi-functional building at the heart of the University.

After a 3 year rebuilding project we have an exciting, modern library which the students have taken to their hearts. Come and see why.

www.waikato.ac.nz/library

 


Hamilton City Libraries

‘Send Your Mind Somewhere’ with a look around the Garden Place Library located in the centre of town.

See and hear how we are working more closely with our communities as we rise to the challenge of keeping our libraries relevant and accessible to all.

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www.hamiltonlibraries.co.nz

 


Waikato District Health Board Library

Take the opportunity to visit one of the foremost Health & Medical Libraries in the country. Situated in the heart of a very busy hospital Library staff are reminded daily, as ambulances announce their presence and helicopters fly in and out, of the real life dramas that are playing out just metres from Waikato District Health Board Library doors. In this Library response times are critical and urgent requests mean just that.

 


Wintec 

Come and have a look at a modern Tertiary provider, in the heart of Hamilton CBD. Explore the Gallagher Hub, which contains the  Library, Support Services, Information Commons and cafeterias.

Have a sneak peak at Wintec now.http://wintec.ac.nz/index.aspx

Non-Conference Events

OCLC at LIANZA: Libraries working at Webscale
7:00 am - 8:45 pm,
Tuesday 22 October 2013

Location: Brooklyn One Meeting Room, Claudelands Events Centre
Cost: FREE. This is a breakfast meeting with food and beverages supplied.

OCLC has recently introduced WorldShare Management Services into the Australia / New Zealand region. Come and hear how Australian libraries have been able to utilise a cooperative strategy, technology platform and management services that enable shared efficiencies and innovation. During the presentation OCLC staff will talk about the experiences of delivering WorldShare into the region and will give a live presentation of WorldShare and WorldCat Local. Staff will also give an update on other OCLC initiatives and future developments.

This event is followed by a LIANZA keynote address by Lorcan Dempsey who oversees OCLC Research and participates in strategic planning at OCLC. Lorcans presentation 'The network reshapes the library' will consider how libraries and groups of libraries will change over the coming years. A focus will be on the shift from infrastructure to engagement, and on the types of innovation required to support this shift. 

To register please visithttp://www.oclc.org/en-AU/events/2013/LIANZABreakfast.html

 

Digital Libraries UnConference 2013
9.00 – 3.00pm, Thursday 24th October 2013  (the day after the LIANZA Conference)

Venue: Bill Gallagher Events Room One, Wintec
Cost: $30 for lunch and morning tea - pay DLSIG on the day.

After three days of Conference you will be energized and have questions and ideas. And this is an opportunity to share them with your colleagues in an open and exciting way. Building on the successful BarCamp style meetings held following the last two LIANZA Conferences  DLSIG are holding another UnConference. Come along and share challenges in solutions. Both small and large topics. Past topics have included eBooks, eResource promotion, discovery solutions, social media and more.

Note: you do not need to be an ITSIG or LIANZA Member nor do you need to have attended conference!

To register contact Paul or John:

Paul Sutherland, paul.sutherland@ccc.govt.nz
John Laurie j.laurie@auckland.ac.nz