The National Library of New Zealand also provides a wealth of information to support He Tohu.
Services to Schools' Topic Explorer has online content directly related to He Tohu such as:
- New Zealand history — investigates many aspects of New Zealand’s Māori and Pākehā history
- New Zealand Wars — the campaigns and battles between Pākehā and Māori and their ongoing significance
- Treaty of Waitangi — resources looking at the Treaty from both a past and present perspective
- He Whakaputanga — kua whiriwhiria e mātou ēnei rauemi hei tautoko koe inā hiahia koe ki ngā mōhiohio e pā ana ki He Whakaputanga
- Women's suffrage — New Zealand was the first country to give women the vote. Explore resources that cover the history of the suffrage campaign.
- Women in Aotearoa — a wide variety of resources about issues experienced by New Zealand women
- Māori heroes — discover some of the Māori heroes associated with the He Tohu documents.
Many Answers gives answers to popular questions asked on AnyQuestions. He Tohu-related topics include:
EPIC (Electronic Purchasing in Collaboration) contains some of the world’s most comprehensive information databases, including New Zealand content. EPIC also provides access to the Bridget Williams Books ebook collection, which has lots of information relating to the He Tohu documents, such as:
- The Treaty of Waitangi collection
- New Zealand History collection
- New Zealand Women's Studies collection.
Index New Zealand (INNZ)
Index New Zealand helps you find He Tohu-related content published in over 1000 New Zealand newspapers, magazines, and journals since 1987. Schools can request free copies of articles they need.
Index New Zealand
Papers Past holds over 2 million pages of digitised New Zealand newspapers and periodicals from 1839 to 1945. These newspapers and periodicals provide a record of how the He Tohu documents have been discussed in the media over the years. Some of the early newspapers are also in te reo, providing a Māori perspective.
Digital New Zealand
Digital New Zealand helps you find hundreds of He Tohu-related items — including videos, audio, photographs, cartoons, and more — from a wide variety of cultural, heritage, and media organisations across New Zealand.
Digital New Zealand