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With design and manufacturing driven by CAD/CAM and robotics support, we make sure our readers are kept up to the minute with technical articles and case studies from New Zealand and overseas to provide models for development.
The Registered Master Builders brand is a recognised hallmark of quality. If you're building or renovating, you can be sure that you're dealing with qualified and experienced builders who take pride the quality of their workmanship.
The Building Guide (previously known as Homeowner’s Building Guide) is a magazine/directory that has been published since 1991 and by us since 2006. It is regionally focussed and includes key points out of the Building Act for people doing new builds or home renovations and is the only magazine like this to be distributed through local Councils to people picking up application forms for building consents.
YouTube allows you to filter for Creative Commons videos. Simply type in a search, then click the 'Filter' dropdown menu and select 'Creative Commons'. Always double check that the works you find are Creative Commons licenced before you use them.
Magazines (also known as journals or serials) are a great resource for you to use both in your studies now and to keep you up-to-date in the workforce later.
We hold a selection of physical journals here in the library for you as well as a range of online resources (see databases). The latest editions of magazines are displayed on the front shelf of the library and back copies are kept in boxes at the end of the collection.
Online Magazines and Journals at Wintec Library
While we have a large collection of physical journals held in the library, one of the best ways for you to find academc resources for your research is via the online journals we subscribe to. These can be searched as via OneSearch or via separate databases (see theFinding Resources Onlinetab).