We’ve made some zines to celebrate Te wiki o te reo Māori, and have everything here you need to make them too!
Te reo Māori zines
These zines are a great way to learn a bit more te reo Māori, cook some delicious kai, keep as a taonga or give as a koha. You just need to print the file, fold and cut, and add your personal touches to create your own zine.
Print any or all of these files, and then fold and cut like this…
arohatia te reo alphabet zine
arohatia anō te reo zine
paraoa parai zine
rewana bread zine
rewana bug...Read more
For many years the Library has provided access to previous exam papers to assist students with study and exam preparation. These are becoming increasingly unavailable due to the move to online exams and other forms of assessment. As a result...Read more
There are a few ways to save items you find in Discover so you can use them later.
Note that it doesn’t work to leave them open in a tab or to bookmark/save the URL in the address bar – both of these time out and you won’t be...Read more
“The value of using unique identifiers for researchers” by Meadows & Laurel from info.orcid.org is licenced CC0 – Public Domain.
Why should Massey researchers have an ORCID?
An ORCID, which stands for Open Researcher and...Read more
The Wellington Campus library has moved to temporary premises to allow for the completion of window replacement and seismic strengthening of Block 5.
The temporary space selected was Block 5, Level F (5F) an earlier recipient of the...Read more
The Library has not been able to renew several databases and journals in 2023, including Web of Science.
For a list of databases and journals relevant to your area, please contact your Subject Librarian.
Due to the University’s...Read more
Do all students in your course have easy access to the textbooks? If the cost, availability, high demand at the Library, restrictive ebook licences or other barriers are a problem, open textbooks may be a good option.
What are open...Read more
This week we’re celebrating International Open Access Week! The theme for 2022 is Open for climate justice.
Find out more about some of the ways you can take part in open access…
Massey Research Online
In our last Insync survey asking how students rated the Massey Library, we received this comment:
“My biggest concern is that when writing essays based on Māori kaupapa or principles many books such as fundamental ones from Mason...Read more
We had a number of comments in our Insync satisfaction survey last year about databases timing out too quickly. A check of our Discover database earlier this year ensured that the timeout was reset to 2 hours. However there may be issues with other...Read more