The National Digital Forum is a network of people working together to enhance digital interaction with culture and heritage in New Zealand. We run an amazing conference, arrange local events, and support professional development opportunities.


Digitisation survey

This survey has been developed by NDF to help us better understand the state of digitisation activity in NZ. Results will be published on our website.
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Julia Kaganskiy announced as first Keynote for 2016

Julia Kaganskiy, Director of NEW INC in New York will be winging her way to keynote at NDF later this year! Read on...


Don't worry if you missed a conference because the keynotes and speaker presentation are up on the NDF YouTube channel 

NDF 2015. Keynote - Trevor Owens: People, communities and platforms: Digital cultural heritage and the web

NDF 2014 - Panel Discussion - Open progress in NZ: Mark Crookston, Victoria Leachman, Ainslie Dewe Chair Matt McGregor


There are specific benefits in becoming a member of NDF, both as individuals and organisations. By becoming a member of NDF you help to make this a vibrant network that we can all benefit from. Thanks for your support! Read on...

photo competition

Congratulations to our competition winners! See all the entries here

Peoples choice:
1st place, "Rosemary goes digital", Lisa Tolich (The Kauri Museum).
2nd place, "Virtual reality", Kate Whitley (Te Papa).
3rd place "Digital video guide", Michael O'Neil (Te Papa)
Board choice: "Stop frame workshop", Kate Whitley (Te Papa)

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Main photo courtesy of Michael O'Neill, Te Papa