Te Wairere Learning Resource Centre
Your Student ID card is also your library card.
15 books may be issued at one time, usually for three weeks.
Issues can be renewed once (if not reserved), by phone on 07 346 8805 or 0800 924 274.
Library staff will assist you at the library reception/issue desk, (ring the bell for more assistence).
Ask at the library reception/issue desk for paper, recorders, newspapers, DVDs, or CDs.
Please put books in the returns slot. An after hour returns slot is available at the end of the N Block next to the School of Computing, Technologies and Communications reception area.
$1.00 per week (except for Closed Reserve items).
Ask at the Reference Desk in the open area for assistance to find resources and information on any topics.
Online library catalogue
The library catalogue contains an electronic reference to the items held in the library. The catalogue is available online at http://library.waiariki.ac.nz and is available wherever you can access the internet.
General guidelines for using the library
No food or drink (a water sipper is OK).
Cell phones should be in silent mode or switched off.
Emergency doors are ALARMED and to be used in emergencies only. Library staff will direct you durring these times.
Please remember to keep voices low so that other students can study.
If you need to study in groups, please use the group study rooms.
Computer access is available only to Waiariki students and staff members.
Information access skills
Te Wairere Learning Resource Centre’s Information access skills program is a great first step towards gathering and using resources for your study success. For more information, email Shefali Sharma, firstname.lastname@example.org
Te Wairere Learning Resource Centre offers workshops throughout the year. For more information, email Shefali Sharma, email@example.com
For enquiries about scholarships please email firstname.lastname@example.org