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Library Kaiāwhina Māori
University of Otago Library Kaiāwhina Māori:
Central Library: Shiobhan Smith
Hocken Library: Katherine Milburn
Science Library: Alexander Ritchie
Medical Library: Christy Ballard
Our role is to help Māori students access academic and pastoral support, and to facilitate assistance with using library resources and services.