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 explore opportunities for the creative and cultural sectors to cross traditional boundaries and collaborate on solutions to address issues facing communities being online now. The conference will explore how creating and accessing New Zealand digital content benefits all parts of society: business, education, cultural organisations, local communities.
The interactive format of the programme will encourage delegates to take part in open knowledge sharing, discussion and debate. The 2009 conference programme will include stimulating keynote speakers, discussion sessions, and practical workshops and demonstrations.
Call for Contributors / Presenters
Interested in presenting at NDF 2009?
We are looking for speakers to give brief, thought-provoking presentations that will set the scene for forum discussions with the audience. There is also the opportunity for you to share stories of your project, product, website or application with other attendees, describing what you have been up to, what you have achieved, and share the lessons you have learned, in demonstration sessions.
To submit your proposal to present, complete the NDF 2009 Presentation Submission Form or contact the conference organiser.
For full details, or to download the Presentation Submission Form for your proposal to present, visit the NDF website
If you would like more information on any aspect of this conference, please contact the Conference Organiser:
Paardekooper and Associates
Conference organisers of NDF 2009
P: +64 4 568 4576
F: +64 4 568 4563