These are accompanied by a group of new terms relating to music and musicians, such as Ariā pūoro (Music theory), Rōpū pūoro (Musical groups), Rakuraku (Guitar), Tira waiata (Vocal groups), and Kaitito (Composers).
New terms have been created to describe different types of moving image and audio resources, including Ripene whakaata (Videotapes), Ripene whakarongo (Audio tapes), and Pāhotanga mataora (Live broadcasts).
Other new terms that will be useful when describing the form or genre of different kinds of resources include: Titonga tōpū (Scores), Whakarāpopototanga (Abstracts), and Pūoro whakaari (Dramatic musical works).
The terms that describe the different kinds of programmes have been reworked and clarified, and the existing general term, Hōtaka, has been disestablished. There are now separate terms for learning programmes (Hōtaka (Ako)), broadcast programmes (Hōtaka (Pāpāho)), and social service programmes (Hōtaka (Ratonga ki te iwi)).
Some new terms have been created which will be applicable when describing resources in the area of environmental protection: Para (Rubbish), Koiora orotā (Pest control), and Kararehe kaikino (Animal pests).
There is a now a term for puberty, Pūhuruhurutanga.