This page has resources, such as logos, for our content partners to download, as well as a series of webinars about DigitalNZ and the variety of work that we do.
In 2016 we were delighted to work with The Spinoff to produce the video below. It explains what DigitalNZ is and how it is used.
DigitalNZ has a lot of content partners, and because of this we've provided all our logos here for easy access and use. You are welcome to use our logos when you work with us and are promoting our work. It'd be great if we could be informed about how you are using the logo, and for what purpose, by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. If the files provided here aren't suitable please drop us a line and we can send you what you're after.
We also have videos that are helpful DigitalNZ tutorials, and posters and a bookmark that can be downloaded and printed should you need materials about us at any stage.
Videos: DigitalNZ YouTube channel
Bookmark: DigitalNZ bookmark (PDF 631KB)
Some fine print:
Trademarks: The National Library grants you a non-transferable, non-exclusive licence while you remain a registered user of this website to display the National Library's trade marks, including DIGITAL NEW ZEALAND, in relation to your use of the Service, search widgets and tools as permitted by this website.
Your use of the National Library’s trade marks is subject to the Digital New Zealand brand guidelines as issued from time to time. All use of the National Library's trade marks (including any goodwill associated with it) shall inure to the benefit of the National Library.
If the National Library determines at any time that you are using or displaying any of the National Library’s trade marks in a manner that is or may be detrimental to the National Library’s interests, the National Library may issue reasonable instructions to you concerning the manner, if any, in which you may continue the use of such the National Library’s trade marks or any of them. You must promptly comply with such instructions or cease the use or display of the relevant National Library trade mark.
In 2018 we were really pleased to work with Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA) to produce a series of three webinars explaining DigitalNZ and the work that we do.
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