Mrs Nicola Jane Rawnsley

MA (1st Class) in Ancient History, Master of Libraries and Information Studies (MLIS), Certificate of Tertiary Teaching

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Doctoral Candidate - Doctor of Philosophy

Teaching | Current

LAW 298 - Legal Research, Writing and Communication

Responsibilities

Learning & Teaching Adviser

Nicola provides services to support and enhance learning and teaching activities of students and academic staff within the Law Faculty.

Responsibilities:

  • Partners with academic colleagues to integrate information and academic literacies into the curriculum
  • Collaborates to deliver academic and information literacies learning using online, face-to-face and blended approaches
  • Provides expertise in developing graduate attributes and capabilities in academic and information literacies
  • Collaborates to create online learning objects to support learning

Committees/Professional groups/Services

RLIANZA

New Zealand Law Librarians' Association (NZLLA)

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

  • Rawnsley, N., & Ding, X. (2019). From face-to-face to online delivery: Redeveloping a legal research skills paper. Paper presented at New Zealand Law Librarians Association (NZLLA) Conference 2019: Preparing for a New Professional Landscape, Christchurch, New Zealand. 29 August - 30 August 2019. Related URL.
  • Rawnsley, N., & Buller, T. (2019). Has anything changed? Resurveying legal information professionals in New Zealand. Paper presented at New Zealand Law Librarians Association (NZLLA) Conference 2019: Preparing for a New Professional Landscape, Christchurch, New Zealand. 29 August - 30 August 2019. Related URL.
  • Rawnsley, N. (2018). In Defense of Herodotus: Truth, Lies and Presentation in Herodotus' Egyptian Logos. Paper presented at Australasian Egyptology Conference 5, University of Auckland, New Zealand. 7 September - 9 September 2018. Related URL.
  • Rawnsley, N. (2018). 'Historical inquiry as a sensory experience: Looking for colour in Herodotus' travels in Egypt'. Paper presented at Australasian Society for Classical Studies (ASCS) 39 2018, Brisbane, Australia. 30 January - 2 February 2018. Related URL.
  • Rawnsley, N. J., & Buller, T. (2017). NZLLA Member Survey - How to and not to run a survey: finding out who we are.. Paper presented at NZLLA 2017 Conference - Embracing the Future: Diversity and Innovation, The Boatshed, Wellington. 7 September - 8 September 2017. Related URL.
  • Rawnsley, N. (2017). A foreign Aphrodite: Herodotus and Helen in Egypt. Paper presented at 38th Annual Meeting and Conference of the Australasian Society for Classical Studies (ASCS 38 2017), Wellington, New Zealand. 31 January - 3 February 2017. Related URL.
  • Rawnsley, N., & Buller, T. (2017). 2016 NZLLA member survey - Final report. Australian Law Librarian, 25 (2), 59-69. Related URL.
    URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2292/42797
  • Rawnsley, N. (2015). Kotuku - LIANZA's Emerging Leaders Course. Paper presented at NZLLA Conference 2015 - Magna Data: From Magna Carta to Big Data, Auckland University of Technology. 10 September - 11 September 2015.

Contact details

Primary office location

GENERAL LIBRARY - Bldg 109
Level 1M, Room 1M25
5 ALFRED ST
AUCKLAND CENTRAL
AUCKLAND 1010
New Zealand