Aotearoa People's Network

Announcements

  • APNK manager to attend LIANZA Conference 2013

    18 Oct 2013 The manager of APNK and Kōtui, Chris McClement will be in attendance at this year's LIANZA Conference 2013 in Hamilton. Any library staff members wanting information about the APNK or Kōtui services should feel free to approach Chris while at the conference. ... More ›
  • Waimate District Library now part of People's Network

    10 Oct 2013 Waimate District Library in South Canterbury officially became part of the Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa today with the installation of 3 PCs and wifi hotspot. Photos taken during the APNK installation at Waimate can be viewed at our Flickr.     ... More ›
  • Upper Hutt City Library joins APNK

    25 Sep 2013 Upper Hutt City Library joins APNK this week with APNK staff installing PCs and wifi over the last couple of days. Upper Hutt City Library will have 26 PCs as well as wifi, printers and a PC reservation system which allows for library patrons to book time on the computers. This is the first new installation since Western Bay of Plenty District Libraries joined in October 2012. Photos of the installation can be viewe... More ›
  • 2012 Strategic Review document now available

    26 Jun 2013 Late last year a Strategic Review of the Aotearoa People's Network Kaharoa was undertaken by an independent consultant. The review included a series of recommendations for the future of the APNK service. Some of these recommendations referred to the wider service offer the National Library provides to public libraries.  The recommendations are under active consideration by the Library.... More ›
  • Vacancy: Technical Support Analyst

    10 May 2013 Applications for this position have now closed Vacancy Number: 12/208Location: ChristchurchType: Permanent, Full TimeBusiness Group: National LibraryBranch: Information and Knowledge ServicesSalary: $64,479  - $87,236Closing Date: 5pm, Thursday 23 May 2013 Please click here to download and view the job description.  Note: To view and print this document you must have Acrob... More ›
  • Oamaru gets PC reservation system

    07 Feb 2013 Today Oamaru Library in Waitaki District became the latest library to have a GO-GO PC reservation system installed. This added piece of technology allows customers to book sessions and helps library staff manage demand for PCs. Oamaru Library also had an extra PC installed which brings the number of terminals available for free public use up to six.   ... More ›
  • Extra facilities for Huntly Library

    06 Nov 2012 Huntly Library staff will be better able to manage demand for their APNK PCs from today when they get a GO-GO PC reservation system installed. The system allows for equitable management of high demand computing equipment and is an optional service offered by APNK. Scanning facilities will also be availabe to Huntly Library users from today with the installation of an A3 flatbed colour scanner. ... More ›
  • Western Bay of Plenty joins APNK

    18 Oct 2012 Western Bay of Plenty District Libraries joins APNK this week when PCs and wifi are installed at its four branch libraries at Waihi Beach, Katikati, Omokoroa and Te Puke. Installation of equipment started at Te Puke yesterday and continues at Katikati today with Omokoroa and Waihi Beach going online by the end of the week.... More ›
  • Thames Library gets GO-GO

    13 Jun 2012 Earlier today a PC reservation System known as "GO-GO" was installed at Thames Library. The system allows for equitable management of high demand computing equipment and is an optional service offered by APNK. For pictures of the GO-GO installation at Thames Library see our Thames-Coromandel District Libraries Flickr set. ... More ›
  • RBI extended to remote schools, hospitals and libraries

    17 Apr 2012 183 rural public libraries will be given the option of being part of The Government's rollout of RBI (Rural Broadband Initiative) fibre. A number of these libraries are APNK partners. For more information on what RBI inclusion means for public libraries see our RBI page. See also: RBI extended to remote hospitals, schools and libraries [press release]   ... More ›

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