Ms Judy Agnes Taligalu McFall-McCaffery

PGDipArts DipLIS BA RLIANZA

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Pacific Acad Engagement Adv

Responsibilities

Pacific Academic Engagement Adviser - Libraries and Learning Services - Te Tumu Herenga

Establishes, builds, and maintains effective engagement, sustainable relationships, and Pacific response capacity in partnership with Libraries and Learning Services - Te Tumu Herenga leadership teams, faculties, LSRIs, and external University partners.

Responsibilities:

  • Assists in the development of Libraries and Learning Services - Te Tumu Herenga services which reflect faculty Pacific priorities
  • Communicates and promotes more effective Pacific service development to enable positive Pacific success impacts in learning, teaching, research and employability
  • Connects the academic community with functional experts, services and collections within Libraries and Learning Services - Te Tumu Herenga.

Academic Engagement Adviser - Faculty Education and Social Work

Develops strategic relationships and partners with the Faculty of Education and Social Work to align Libraries and Learning Services – Te Tumu Herenga, with strategic research, learning and teaching objectives.

Responsibilities:

  • Assists in the development of Libraries and Learning Services based services which reflect faculty priorities
  • ​Connects the academic community with functional experts, services and collections within Libraries and Learning Services
  • Communicates and promotes Libraries and Learning Services resources, services and initiatives to the faculty
  • Shares responsibility in the faculty and Libraries and Learning Services to promote Māori and Pacific academic engagement success initiatives.

Nō reira, ko tātou te tumu i herenga ngā waka.

For we are leaders providing a safe haven for vessels to navigate their future.

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

As of 29 October 2020 there will be no automatic updating of 'selected publications and creative works' from Research Outputs. Please continue to keep your Research Outputs profile up to date.
  • Tualaulelei, E., & McFall-Mccaffery, J. (2019). The pacific research paradigm: Opportunities and challenges. MAI Journal, 8 (2), 188-204. 10.20507/MAIJournal.2019.8.2.7
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/48001
  • McFall-McCaffery, J. A. (2017). Principles of success for Pasifika/Pacific peoples. Library Life (460), 5-7. Related URL.
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/37823
  • McFall-McCaffery, J. A. T., & Cook, S. (2016). Indigenous approaches at play in creating positive student outcomes in a tertiary institution. Paper presented at IFLA The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Columbus Ohio. 14 August - 18 August 2016. Related URL.
  • McFall-McCaffery, J. T., & Cook, S. (2015). Connecting through integration: Blending Pacific approaches with online technologies. Paper presented at THETA 2015 - Create, Connect, Consume - Innovating today for tomorrow, Gold Coast, Australia. 11 May - 15 May 2015. Related URL.
  • McFall-McCaffery, J. T. (2015). Getting started in working with Pacific /Pasifika students and families in libraries and information management services. Library Life (434), 9-11. Related URL.
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/28728
  • McFall-McCaffery, J. A., & McCaffery, J. (2015). Rethinking principles and practices of literacy/biliteracy and bilingualism in Pacific Education. Paper presented at Oceania Comparative and International Education Society OCIES, Port Vila, Vanuatu. 3 November - 6 November 2015. Related URL.
    Other University of Auckland co-authors: John McCaffery
  • McFall-McCaffery, J., & Cook, S. (2014). Connecting and thriving through integration: a (sP)acific example. Paper presented at LIANZA Conference 2014 - Pou Whakairo: Connect and Thrive, Auckland, New Zealand. 12 October - 15 October 2014. Related URL.
  • McCaffery, J. J., & McFall-McCaffery, J. A. T. (2012). History in the making: Pacific language policy in the realm of New Zealand. Paper presented at 20th Pacific History Association Biennial Conference, Victoria University, Wellington. 6 December - 8 December 2012.

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Contact details

Primary office location

GENERAL LIBRARY - Bldg 109
Level 1, Room 124
5 ALFRED ST
AUCKLAND CENTRAL
AUCKLAND 1010
New Zealand

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