We’re incredibly honoured to announce the next major donation of the ATL100 Centenary...more
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19 September 2018 marks 125 years since New Zealand women gained voting rights. We take a close look at Suffrage 125 as an example of using resources to inspire and inform learning as you commemorate or celebrate a significant event.more
We completed a survey to find out how people are using our web sites, and to establish a baseline of satisfaction with our services so we can measure our future efforts. Find out how the survey came about and what we learned.more
Here are some gorgeous books (and free, online resources) to inspire and promote kaitiakitanga and the conservation of your piece of Aotearoa!more
The 2018 New Zealand Book Awards for Children and Young Adults celebrated and promoted some outstanding new books for young people. It was a privilege and a pleasure to be the Convening Judge for the Awards this year.more
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori is 10 to 16 September. Here are some books and resources to celebrate and acknowledge the importance of te reo Māori.more
A single resource can be the springboard and inspiration for a raft of inquiry pathways. A common student response to teaching NZ history often includes groans and comments of 'we did that last year'. How can we make history interesting and engaging, and immediately relevant, and local to students?more