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To help you find your selected texts for English we have compiled core lists and themed reading lists for NCEA Level 1, 2 and 3.  Come and see us in the library if you need any help finding a book.  

Quick Links


The Library Book Club meets twice each term. It is a great group of fabulous enthusiastic readers who love to discuss books and take part in the fun themed events and activities.


Goodreads is a free website for book lovers.  Imagine it as large library that you can wander through and see everyone's bookshelves, their reviews, and their ratings. You can also post your own reviews and catalog what you have read, are currently reading, and plan to read 
in the future. 

To join Goodreads click on the following link:

Tech Support

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  • Help with setting up your device
  • Downloading eBooks
  • Loading money on your account
  • Colour printing
  • A4/A3 printing
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Library Tutorials

Library staff are available to give one-on-one, small group or class tutorials on the following.  Please talk to one of the Librarians to arrange a suitable time.

  1. Treasure Hunt: Identifying different areas of the library and the resources available.
  2. Library Website/Blog: A quick session on how to navigate the Library web pages on the Intranet, our new Library Blog, Research Links.
  3. Searching the Catalogue: a tour of the library catalogue to find books in the library using the OPAC, how to reserve a book, and how to contact a librarian.
  4. eBooks: An introduction to the eBook platform, and a “how to guide” on how to download them to a device.
    5. Evaluating Websites:  A fun exercise in evaluating       
        hoax websites.

  1. EPIC Databases: An introduction to the EPIC databases and how to find information for research assessments.
  2. New Zealand Databases: An introduction to Te Ara, Papers Past, NZ History Online.
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Apr 5, 2017, 7:50 PM
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