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Happy February


Hopefully everyone has been able to enjoy a bit of summer by now. The warm weather seems to visting Canterbury in short bursts before disappearing again.

The Board meets at the end of the month for a day long strategic planning session. This month's newsletter will be a light read but there will be plenty to report back on in March.
 

Ngā mihi nui
Joanna Szczepanski (on behalf of the NDF Board)

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@ALIANewGrads  Feb 4
@NDFNZ you guys host an amazing conference and we're so glad you record it as well!

Links


Te Aka Kumara O Aotearoa (TAKOA) is a national and international directory of Maori organisations and resource people 

The GLAM digitisation group has a community on Google Plus. ping @lissertations #GLAMdigi

Victoria Leachman discusses how people are using Te Papa's collection images

Medieval book historian Eric Kwakkel presents an interesting photo essay on attitudes towards the written word in the Middle Ages. Erik teaches in Book and Digital Media Studies at Leiden University.
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Events

  • 24 February - Australian Digital Alliance Copyright Forum: Fair Use, Flexibility and Exceptions for Creativity. The forum will be streamed.
  • 1 March - NDF Wellington Meet Up at the Little Beer Quarter (LBQ) Come along for a chance to meet other local NDFers for a social setting and a relaxed discussing of the upcoming Wellington Regional Forum. Time TBC.
  • 15 March - National Digital Forum in conjunction with New Zealand Micrographic Services invite you to a facilitated discussion on: Moving your institution from analogue to digital. This event is open to anyone in the GLAM sector. RSVP by Friday 10th March to: leigh.rout@micrographics.co.nz      
  • 31 March - Wellington Regional Forum. Details are still being finalised but you can register here. 

See also  
Flashback to NDF 
Dave Sanderson (Auckland War Memorial Museum) - Collection imaging: From public spaces to factories

Remember all past conference information is now online.

 

Members, remember to check out discussions on Loomio!
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