The 2017 Conference organisers wish to thank and acknowledge our Sponsors, without which, the Conference would not be possible. Thank you for making the trip to Auckland.
Open Polytechnic proud to be a sponsor of the 2017 SLANZA Conference
Open Polytechnic is the nation's specialist provider of online and distance learning, and a major educator of New Zealand's current workforce, offering a wide range of certificate, diploma and degree options.
A major subject offering for Open Polytechnic is in the field of library and information studies, with around 900 students enrolling from around the country in these courses each year. The majority of Open Polytechnic learners study part-time, fitting their studies around work, family and other commitments.
Access-It Library and Information Manager provides management and seamless access to ebooks, online digital content, library and teaching resources, and electronic documents, with one search, across all formats and devices, anywhere, anytime. The company has been designing and supporting library and information software for over 20 years, and operates in over 30 countries.
Access-It Library utilises some amazing technologies to provide an incredibly intuitive and engaging end-user experience. As a librarian recently stated, 'nothing else even comes close'.
Accessit Library are pleased to announce that we will be giving away a free library system to one lucky New Zealand school! Prize includes full set up of Accessit Library (Please see Terms and conditions on entry form). Competition is open to SLANZA members and the winner will be announced at the SLANZA conference on July 19th.
What's the catch? There isn't one! It's our way of supporting SLANZA and NZ schools. Click on the link here to enter.
Gale, a Cengage company, provides libraries with original and curated content as well as modern research tools that are crucial in connecting libraries to learning, and learners to libraries. For more than 60 years, Gale has partnered with libraries around the world to empower the discovery of knowledge and insights.
Library AV & Large Print Australia commenced business in 2005 and have grown in strength to what we are today. With a team of dynamic professionals, we strive to provide the best quality products and services for school and public libraries, regardless of size and budget.
Whilst we may be small, we have a proven ability to offer services to clients like the big companies, with a personal touch and attention to detail that only a smaller company can provide. Contact us via +61 2 9874 1729, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schools Catalogue Information Service (SCIS) provides catalogue records for school libraries across Australia and New Zealand. The SCIS database contains more than 1.5 million records of educational materials, including print books, e-books, apps and websites. SCIS creates high quality and consistent records which include detailed notes, Dewey classifications, author and subject authorities and book cover images.
Softlink specialises in knowledge, content and library management systems for education.
Softlink's flagship product, Oliver v5 library management software, is a fully web-based solution which integrates with the latest digital technologies to allow anytime, anywhere access to library and learning resources for the entire school community.
Oliver v5 is easy to use with its intuitive and attractive user interface, and is supported by a dedicated team of school library specialists.
Oliver v5 facilitates resource management and reporting. It includes a range of innovative features developed in response to feedback gathered from librarians and educators in Australian and New Zealand schools.
Oliver v5 provides school libraries with the platform they need to become a contemporary central hub for learning and resource management.
The NZBC is Aotearoa's national organisation dedicated to reading and readers. We lead, support, facilitate and deliver programmes and initiatives that build a strong reading-for-pleasure culture in Aotearoa New Zealand, as well as delivering an integrated programme of activity that works in partnership with publishers and other organisations and institutions to promote the reading and writing of high-quality New Zealand literature.