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.


First time at NDF?

We recognise the symptoms: Excited but nervous. sweaty palms, looking around to see a familiar face...Yep we've all been there! That's why we love Newbies coffee meetup, 8am Tuesday 13 October, in the Oceania Room.

It's a great way to meet other new delegates, and also have a chat with some old hands.

Congratulations to subsidy recipients!

Thank you to everyone who applied for an NDF Subsidy this year. The list of recipients are now online →

Got skills? Need Skills?

If your organisation wants to "borrow" some digital expertise, or if you have digital skills or knowledge that you are willing to freely share then you're looking for NDF Skill Share.

Check out Skill Share here


Become a member

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...

Subscribe to the NDF newsletter

Subscribe to your monthly fix of events, jobs, and news across our digital culture and heritage sectors. It's free for members and non-members alike, and it's an easy way to stay connected. 

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May's News? - A Big Announcement 


We are delighted to introduce you to our 2015 conference keynotes: Trevor Owens, George Oats, Ben O'Steen, Claire Amos, and José Barbosa. Read on for all the details, and something a little different...

Watch last years conference on youtube

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

Rick Shera - Keynote address NDF 2014 It'll be the death of us


With thanks to our Kauri & rimu Member supporters