Te Whakakitenga aa Kaimai regional community bring you a virtual weekend school programme which was scheduled to be delivered from May 21-23 in Gisborne this year. This was cancelled due to COVID19 lock down. We would like to bring the weekend school programme virtually to your workplace, into your living room so that you can enjoy the benefits of ongoing training and upskilling. The LIANZA Te Whakakitenga aa Kaimai Virtual Weekend School is free of charge and open to all LIANZA members from around the country! If you are not yet a LIANZA personal member there is a small registration fee that gives you access to all 11 sessions.
The programme sessions will be delivered mostly live via Zoom session starting at 7pm on scheduled days mentioned below:
7pm on Zoom
Registrants will be emailed Zoom link
Monday 6th July
Jessica KingServing New Zealand's Newcomers: Promoting Whanaungatanga in Public Libraries
Monday 13th July
Heather FurnissKeeping up with your colleagues: using Slack and other tools
Monday 20th July
Ani SharlandAdding more
Monday 27th July
Rewi NankivellUsing Mātauranga Māori to inform my research/teaching pedagogy
Monday 3rd August
Gameedah JonasMultisensory Storytime @ Hamilton City Libraries
Monday 10th August
Danielle SmallLibrary qualifications in the workplace
Monday 17th August
Cheryl WigmoreMataurangi Maori
Monday 24th AugustLive presentation
Theresa Rielly and Garth SmithTeaching information literacy using H5P
Wednesday 2nd SeptLive presentation
Katherine BosworthA Community Led Library: Working together for the betterment of our Kids
Monday 7th September
Mohan Lal and Jock WalkerRongoā Māori tauira engagement with libraries at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa
Monday 14th September
Rochelle GandertonFeeling mental today, or have I always felt this way?
Note: sessions will be pre-recorded and hosted by the Te Whakakitenga aa Kaimai committee, except for the two live presentations as noted above.
Please do not share this Zoom link or password.
RSVP’s and passwords are being used to ensure the Zoom workshops are a ‘safe space’.
Please ask any colleagues to RSVP to receive the link and password to join.