Ms Judy McFall-McCaffery
PGDipArts DipLIS BA RLIANZA
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.
- 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.
- 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)
- McFall-McCaffery, J. A. (2017). Principles of success for Pasifika/Pacific peoples. Library Life (460), 5-7. Related URL.
- 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.
- 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.
- McFall-McCaffery, J. A. (2012). PIMN SIG – From a dream to a reality. Library Life, September (390). Related URL.