I have this theory that if I procrastinate long enough, I’ll be able to write an old style post on Museums and the Web (MW2009) that simply indexes everyone else’s blog posts.
Meanwhile, here are the things that remain in my mind. When fellow New Zealand (and other) MW2009-ers unpack their thoughts, we can join them up for a fuller picture.
The 8th annual National Digital Forum conference will be held in Wellington on Monday 23 – Tuesday 24 November 2009 at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.
The National Digital Forum (NDF) is a coalition of museums, archives, art galleries, libraries and government departments with more than 130 member organisations committed to collectively building New Zealand’s culture and heritage online.
This year’s conference theme Being online now: culture, creativity and community will...
Last month we posted the first version of a tool for determining the New Zealand copyright status of photographs for you to use and comment on. The updated version is now available for you to use and share:
Your responses, both in the comments and by email to us, was amazing. Thank you.
We'll be turning our attention to more flowcharts in the series soon, beginning with either Sound or Video.
Last year, Digital New Zealand was invited to submit a late abstract to Museums and the Web 2009 in Indianapolis. We were chuffed to have that paper accepted – and I will be heading across to present a mini-workshop and demonstration.
DigitalNZ is also up for a best of the web award – so watch this space. You can register and vote for us in the Best of the Web 2009 People's Choice.
Museums and the Web aims to address the social, cultural, design,...