Some of the following links may be useful when you are studying or doing research.
Any questions – talk online to a librarian to help you find the answers you need to do your schoolwork.
Study Laboratory – Wellington City Libraries has compiled some really helpful links, including study tips and links to good subject websites.
NZQA (for students) – check out NZQA’s mobile app called NCEA Student to help you plan your NCEA study programme, set goals and track your progress – and find out all you need to know about NCEA.
New Zealand research
National Library of New Zealand – an excellent resource for researching anything about New Zealand, including historical images from the Alexander Turnbull Library.
Digital NZ – gain access to digital content, such as pictures, sounds and objects, from New Zealand’s museums, galleries and libraries.
Newspaper and magazine articles
EPIC Online - Te Kura has access to EPIC – an initiative by New Zealand libraries to give New Zealand schools access to a worldwide range of online resources, including international and New Zealand articles from magazines, newspapers and encyclopaedias. Contact the library for logon instructions.
NZ History Online – a site dedicated to New Zealand history, including an excellent media library.
Studyit – a one-stop site for achieving in NCEA maths, English and science.
Te Ara: The Encyclopedia of New Zealand – a comprehensive guide to New Zealand history, people, natural environment, history, culture, economy and society.