- National Planning Hui Report (2006, 2008, 2009, 2011)
- Tui Tuia (monthly newsletter 2008-2013)
- Poster of Te Poutama Painga - Quality Assurance Standards of Literacy Aotearoa (2000)
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National Planning Hui Reports 2006, 2008, 2009, 2011
The 2011 Te Hui ā Tau (AGM) and National Planning Hui took place at Waipuna Conference Centre in Tamaki Makaurau Auckland from 7-8 Hōngongoi (July) 2011.
The Theme for 2011 was: ‘Te Ao Hurihuri - Changing Lives, Changing Worlds’.
The 2009 National Planning Hui took place in Tamaki Makaurau Auckland at the Waipuna Conference Centre, from 9-11 Hōngongoi (July) 2009.
Theme: Another Door Opens: He Tatāu Pounamu
In 2008, NPH took place in Te Whanganui a Tara (Wellington) at the Brentwood Lodge, 10-12 Hōngongoi (July) 2008. The theme was #26, Literacy for All! Tatou, Tatou E!
|In 2006, the National Planning Hui was held at Hokowhitu Campus, Massey University, Palmerston North from 7-9 Hōngongoi (July) 2006.
Guests included: Kathie Irwin (Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi); Ian McKelvie (Manawatu District Mayor); Jane Terrell (Ministry of Education); Bruce Lynch (Ministry of Education); Pauline Winter (Pasifika Education Centre) and Michael Moynahan (Random House Publishers).
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Tui Tuia Archive 2008-2013
Tui Tuia is the monthly newsletter of Literacy Aotearoa. Tui Tuia highlights events and new initiatives from and relevant to Nga Poupou, the members of Literacy Aotearoa. The newsletter is distributed to Nga Poupou and others who support Literacy Aotearoa.
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Adult Learners' Week - He Tangata Mātauranga Reports 2005-2011
The ALW-HTM Report is based on reports submitted by Ngā Poupou (members of Literacy Aotearoa) detailing the events and celebrations participated in during the ‘week’ and on International Literacy Day, 8 Mahuru (September).
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- 2010 ALW-HTM : Learn for Today and Tomorrow ‐ E ako mō tēnei rā me āpōpō
- 2009 ALW-HTM : Learn for Today and Tomorrow ‐ E ako mō tēnei rā me āpōpō
- 2008 ALW-HTM : Adult Learners are Leaders - He Rangatira te Akonga Pakeke
- 2007 ALW-HTM : Learning in Our Place - Te Akoranga o tātou
- 2006 ALW-HTM : Changing Lives, Building Strong Communities - Akoranga Pakari Whakawhiti Oranga me te Hanga Hapori Pakari
- 2005 ALW-HTM : Learning never stops - E kore e mutu te ako
Poster of Te Poutama Painga - Quality Assurance Standards of Literacy Aotearoa - 2000
Literacy Aotearoa inc. has developed quality assurance standards which Ngā Poupou (our members) are expected to meet. Te Poutama Painga – Quality Assurance Standards of Literacy Aotearoa inc., were adopted by the organisation in 2000. There are ten Standards that are based on the Principles and Processes of the organisation.
There are 36 Performance Indicators of the Standards categorised into the following five Operational Areas
Operational Area One Organisational Structure and Planning
Operational Area Two Student Learning Services
Operational Area Three Personnel Management
Operational Area Four Learning Resources and Facilities
Operational Area Five Communication
The ten Standards are placed at the top of the poster. The five Operational Areas are identified down the left side of the poster, with the related Performance Indicators next to them.