The 2006 National Digital Forum Conference

Recorded in the Soundings Theatre, Te Papa, Wellington on 30 November and 1 December 2006.

These videos are viewable in Windows Media Player ,  Real Player. or Mplayer under Linux or Os-X. Copies are also available on DVD, Video-CD, CD-ROM and VHS tape. The downloadable version is in MPEG-4 format suitable for viewing on a device such as an iPod
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Dr Seddon Beddington and Arapata Hakiwai
Hon Judith Tizard
Assoc Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage
Overview of Emerging Trends in the Sector
Jim Spadaccini, Ideum, New Mexico
Matapihi - an update
Penny Carnaby, Virginia Gow and Theresa Graham
NZ Digital Content Strategy update
Sue Sutherland
Penny Carnaby
The NZ Geospatial Strategy
Stephen Walsh, Land Information NZ
Connecting with our culture
Kerry Harvey, Ministry for Culture and Heritage
The Recordkeeping continuum
Janine Delany, Archives NZ
NZMuseums Development update
Wallis Barnicoat, National Services, Te Papa
Question and Answer Session
Te Kete Ipurangi
Te Anau Tuiono
Enhancing Access to Information for Maori
Whinia Te Whina and Robyn East
Te Reo Online
Haami Piripi
Barbara Reed
Summaries, Discussion and Questions
Lets's See What Happens if ...
Toby Travis, Victoria and Albert Musuem
Mobile Phones for interpretation in cultural spaces
David Smith, Critical MAS
Radio NZ Podcasting
Richard Hulse, RadioNZ
Question and Answer Session
Mobile guide systems in Museums
Hiroyuki Arita-Kikutani, National Sciences Museum, Tokyo
User Experience and Digital Support
Kiyoka Fushima, Hiroshima Kokusai Gakuin University
Question and Answer Session
Opening the gates: New Opportunities in online collections
Sebastian Chan, Powerhouse, Sydney
By the People
Susan Chun, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Dusting off the shoe-box
Joann Ransom, Horowhenua Library Trust, Levin
Question and Answer Session
PictureAustralia and Flickr
Tony Boston, National Library of Australia
Electronic Rememberance
Bruce Ralston, Auckland War  Memorial Museum
Taking it to the classroom
Tom Norcliffe, Archives NZ
Question and Answer Session
Summary #2

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