2014 National Digital Forum conference
Full programme out now!
The speaker's are in and the talks are sorted, and it's looking like another fantastic conference. Check out the details of all the talks below. We've also got a couple of PDFs you can download now:
- full copy of the programme with everything you need to know (1,461kb)
- one-page timetable with session times and locations (123kb)
It’s a stellar line-up with talks covering a wide range of issues – art, transmedia, building communities, open content and open platforms, digital humanities, collection practice and more. Check out the line-up then register!
This year's keynote speakers are leading thinkers in the digital culture sector:
- Brewster Kahle from the Internet Archive in San Francisco
- Mia Ridge from the UK's Open University
- Leigh Carmichael from MONA in Tasmania
- Evelyn Wareham from Statistics New Zealand
- Rick Shera from Lowndes Jordan
And that's just the keynotes. Local and international speakers complete the line-up in a range of sessions:
Don't forget we're also holding pre-conference workshops on Monday 24 November, the day before NDF2014 kicks off, on Wikipedia and digital project management, with a further workshop to be announced soon. Check the details of our pre-conference workshops.
Te Papa in November
This year's conference will be at Te Papa on Wellington's waterfront in the last week of November so save the dates: Tuesday and Wednesday 25 and 26 November 2014, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.
NDF2014 is brought to you by conference convenor, Matthew Oliver (Ministry for Culture and Heritage), programme convenor Thomasin Sleigh (Digital NZ), and programme committee members, Leith Harhoff (Palmerston North City Library) Amy Joseph (National Library), Claire Murdoch (Te Papa Press) and David Sanderson (Archives NZ).