Reports and research

Read reports and research from the National Library and the wider sector, including presentations from Te Puna Forums.

Contents

OCLC and New Zealand Libraries

This is a recording and associated presentations from an online discussion between OCLC product and research staff, held in February 2019.

Report on the New Zealand National Resource Sharing Workshop

This report details the results of a workshop looking at how equitable New Zealand resource sharing could be achieved, held at Archives New Zealand on 19 February 2018.

Future directions for resource sharing

A presentation by Katie Birch, Executive Director for Resource Sharing with OCLC, on the future directions of resource sharing, given at a workshop at the National Library in February 2018.

Rights statements for New Zealand collecting institutions

Discussion document and survey about whether the DPLA/Europeana rights statement schema could be adopted across the New Zealand GLAMs sector. October 2017

Pilot of digital collecting capability workshops

In 2016 the Alexander Turnbull Library ran a survey about the current state of collecting and managing born-digital archival and special collections content in New Zealand. October 2017

Linking up Australia and New Zealand

The paper discusses the effect of the evolving resource sharing environment in Australia and New Zealand on the Trans-Tasman interlibrary lending service. July 2017.

New Zealand National Resource Sharing Forum

This report details the results of the discussions held as part of the National Resource Sharing Forum held in Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland during 1-5 May 2017.

Resource sharing discussion paper

This discussion paper provides background information in preparation for the National Resource Sharing Forum to be held in Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland during 1-5 May 2017.

Kōrero Kitea: Ngā hua o te whakamamatitanga

Kōrero Kitea is a research project that explores some of the ways digitised te reo collections are being used. It asks how that use affects the people and communities who use digitised collections. March 2017.
Word cloud of terms relating to born digital materials.

Born digital in New Zealand

In 2016 the National Library of New Zealand undertook an environmental scan of the current state of born digital archival and special collections material across the country. Read the survey results. February 2017.

The fellowship of the National Union Catalogue

Conference paper presented by Jenny McDonald and Kaye Foran at the Libraries Australia Forum held in Melbourne, Australia. December 2015.

Snapshot of New Zealand Interloan Services

Paper presented by Kaye Foran at the VDX Users Group in Australia and New Zealand (VUGANZ) General Meeting held in Melbourne, Australia. December 2015.

The Impact of Cooperation

Presentation by Jenny McDonald and Kaye Foran at the OCLC Asia Pacific Regional Council Conference held in Melbourne, Australia. December 2015.

New Zealand interloan service trends, 2005-2015 and beyond

An overview by the National Library of New Zealand interloan activity from 2005 until 2015 plus investigation into current trends affecting that activity. August 2015.

OCLC Asia Pacific Regional Council meeting notes

From Howard Amos, University of Otago, Secretary, Asia Pacific Regional Council Executive Committee OCLC Global Council Meeting in held in Dublin, Ohio. April 2015.

Use of the NZ Web Archive

Find out how academics are using the Web Archive. March 2015.

General Election event harvest evaluation report

Read about the scope and outcome of the 2014 New Zealand General Election web harvest. October 2014.

OCLC Asia Pacific Regional Council Report

This report was presented at the OCLC Asia Pacific Regional Council. April 2014.

Moving to a New Ebook Management Model

The case for change for moving to a new operating model for managing and engaging with the ebook market in New Zealand. March 2014.

From Challenge to Opportunity

Watch this video about issues facing public libraries in the United States. March 2014.

Libraries Australia and Collective Impact

Watch a talk about Libraries Australia an innovative, free, search engine developed by the National Library of Australia. March 2014.

Te Puna and Epic, a two-way conversation

Presentations from National Library staff during a series of workshops held with Te Puna members around the country. Includes the Maximising Te Puna Value programme, OCLC services, cataloguing, Papers Past, and EPIC. May/June 2012.