September 2009 Entries
Library users interested in Tudor England will find interesting historical documents on the State Papers Online database.
Latin American Women Writers will now be available through the Library's website.
Test the ease of online searching, the serendipity of social networking and the experience of reading a print newspaper or magazine with Fast Flip.
A free public lecture by Dr. Anna M Gade, Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at Victoria University of Wellington, will be given on 7 October.
A new encyclopedia on revolutions and protests is available online in Blackwell Reference Online.
Letters from nineteenth-century missionaries detail their travel experiences and missionary activities in Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia.
Library users now have online access to The John Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism.
The Library has updated access to the British House of Commons Parliamentary Papers. Users will now have access to papers from 1801 to the present day.
A joint venture between news website Scoop and AUT's Pacific Media Centre will see more Pacific news stories available online.
During Māori Expo 2009, Te Tumu Herenga o Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau (University of Auckland Library) participated ...
After seven years' work the first 100 years of the Journal of the Polynesian Society has now been been completely digitised.