Get support with library skills and research with a kaupapa Māori focus.
Māori recommended resources
The Library has study resources to help you with your assignments, essays or research. There are three main types of resources available:
Te Waharoa is the gateway to searching library resources. This service allows you to quickly search, discover and access reliable and credible library content for your study or research. Search Te Waharoa using te reo Māori.
To learn more about using Te Waharoa, view our videos on YouTube:
Resources in te reo Māori
The Library has resources available in te reo Māori, across a range of subject areas. Use 'Advanced search' and select 'Te reo' in the 'Language' field to find resources in written or spoken te reo Māori.
Māori study spaces
There are three Māori and Pasifika study areas in the Library, each located in a Green Zone, intended for group work and conversation.
Te Taratara ā Kae is in the Kelburn Library.
Te Kauwae Parāoa is in the Law Library, Pipitea campus.
The Māori and Pasifika Collection at the Library comprise several separate and integrated collections spread across Kelburn Library and Law Library (Pipitea campus).