Library for Teachers

Find out what Teaching Support the Library can offer to you and your students.

How can the Library support teaching?

The Library can provide tailored research skills development sessions and Moodle based research skills components for papers at any level, from pre-degree through to postgraduate, including Disciplinary Foundation Papers (DFP). These can consist of whole class lectures, hands on tutorial sessions and subject specific quizzes and Library activities covering information sources, search strategies, evaluating material and the use of particular referencing styles to acknowledge sources.

Take a look at the Library Resources activities bank in Moodle or contact the library to find out more.

Class Resources

Putting items in the High Demand Collection

This page has information on how to put items in the High Demand Collection for your paper.

Waikato Reading Lists

Waikato Reading Lists allows teaching staff to provide students with integrated, seamless and timely access to course reading lists.


Copied material from a number of sources made available to support the teaching of a course.

Creating Links to Library Resources

A guide on how to provide access to library resources within Learning Management Systems.

Copyright Requirements

It is important that all copyright material be accurately attributed.

Adding to Our Collections

The Library Collections are here to support teaching and research at the University of Waikato.

Database Trials

The Library arranges trials of databases, to evaluate their suitability for purchase, and welcomes feedback.

Requesting New Items for the Library

Need a specific item? Place a request and track it.

Service Request Forms

Request items, services or information, apply for subscriptions or simply contact one of our friendly staff.