Nau mai haere mai tauti mai ki tenei pae tukutuku mo te rangahau Māori. This guide offers information and links to resources and services for students of Māori Studies.
Te Aka a Tāwhaki is a collection of Māori materials located on the ground floor of the Central Library.
This small collection houses core Māori resources that are required readings for many courses across the University.
These items must be used in the Library; you can search for duplicate borrowable copies held in other libraries on campus via Library Search | Ketu.
The collection was established in collaboration with Te Tumu and acknowledges the holistic dimension of Mātauranga Māori by bringing together in one space a collection of core Māori resources across a range of disciplines.
There are six Dunedin Campus Libraries and you can use all of them.
Use your ID card as your Library card to borrow books.
All Library notices are sent to your student email account.
Wireless access to the student network is available in all Dunedin campus libraries.
Uare Tāoka o Hākena
Subject area: histories, cultures and natural environments of Aotearoa, the Pacific and Antarctica with special emphasis on southern New Zealand
Located at the corner of Anzac Avenue and State Highway 88
Hocken is a reference-only research library, gallery & archive that serves both the University and the public. It operates differently than other Dunedin Campus Libraries. See more on the Hocken website.