2020 may have thrown us all some challenges, but finding opportunities to connect with our customers remains a high priority for us. While we are unable to do it in person as we might have liked, we are nonetheless delighted to confirm the dates for our upcoming webinars.
We'll be hosting a series of free online sessions to help support research, teaching and learning in your library, whatever your current environment might look like.
We hope you take advantage of these upcoming webinars by clicking on the session name to register and find out more.
We are also proud to announce that we will be donating $10AUD* for every person that attends our events over this program, to the Mental Health Foundation NZ, in recognition of the great work they do helping to support awareness of and resources to support mental health.
*capped at $1500AUD
22 September 2pm AEST/ 4pm NZ
23 September 9:30am AEST/ 11:30am NZ
28 September 9am AEST/ 12pm NZ
28 September 12pm AEST/ 3pm NZ
29 September 10am AEST/ 1pm NZ
30 September 12:30pm AEST/ 3:30pm NZ
Using Primary Sources to Explore New Zealand Local History
1 October 6am AEST/ 9am NZ
Supporting Theological Research for New Zealand
1 October 1pm AEST/ 4pm NZ
23 October 10am AEST/ 1pm NZ
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