The Library is switching to 100% recycled paper for all printing and photocopying by staff and students.
This was one of the specific recommendations in the Library’s recent Ngā Kaitiaki Taiao group’s sustainability audit of stationery.
This OfficeMax paper is:
made from 100% post-consumer recycled paperPCF process chlorine freePEFC Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certificationcontributes to a Gold Sponsor Max e Grants programme for children in needa carbon-neutral product
The paper is still high quality 80gsm paper like the previous paper we ordered and has been tested in our MFDs. Some users have already noticed and commented on the high quality feel of the paper...Read more
Which is the best referencing software? Actually, it depends on your needs…
Do you have just a few references in your assignment, or do you have lots and want to use them and the PDFs again later?
We’ve just launched a redesigned...Read more
Ebooks or e-texts are an excellent option for students in the blended learning environment. However, there are several variations on ebook availability, particularly for courses, including:
Library ebooks. The Library buys ebooks rather than...Read more
Massey Archives wants to collect your experiences of COVID-19.
Massey University Library managers meeting during COVID-19
The pandemic is a momentous event in our history. The University is eager to capture the Massey community’s...Read more
Taken after the conferment of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Māori Studies on 15 December 2000. This was the first time this degree was awarded by Massey University.
The photograph shows, from left to right, Dr Monty Soutar, Chancellor...Read more
Library.PressDisplay is a rolling 60-day archive of magazines and newspapers from New Zealand and around the world. They appear as the originals did in print, rather than being re-formatted for the web.
the number of simultaneous...Read more
Occasionally Google Scholar via the Library website gives an error message, usually when there is high traffic going through this route.
If you come across multiple Captcha forms or “unusual traffic” error messages, keep refreshing your...Read more
This post is the second of two relating to the current state of Open Access in New Zealand. The first is here.
Massey University’s data was extracted from the national sample and analysed in the same way and found that two thirds of...Read more
This is the first of two posts reporting on an environment scan of Open Access (OA) in New Zealand. The second will be up later this week and will give an overview of Massey University’s state of Open Access.
A working group of the Council of...Read more
GODWITS/KŪAKA WIKIPEDIA EDIT-A-THON
Join Dr Mike Dickison (former NZ Wikipedian-at-Large, currently Research Information Advisor at Massey)
to learn about Wikipedia editing and improve the Massey and NZ coverage of these global migrants who...Read more