[Kete] National Digital Forum 2010: Early bird registration closes soon
AdrianK at tepapa.govt.nz
Mon Aug 30 07:11:37 NZST 2010
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NDF 2010 Conference
Linking data, linking people
Monday 18 - Tuesday 19 October 2010
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
Early Bird Registration Closes Friday 3 September
This year's National Digital Forum is being held a month earlier than previous years. Typically held in November, the 2010 Conference is being held mid October. That's less than 8 weeks away, so don't let time slip away from you. Register today.
Register before Friday 3 September and you'll receive the discounted early bird registration rate.
Register for NDF2010 here https://www.etouches.com/NDF2010
Reasons Why You Should Attend
- It is the premier digitisation networking event in NZ providing over 6 hours of networking opportunities with your peers.
- Professional development: the programme offers an exciting mix of international keynote speakers, demos, forums and lightning sessions!
- Value for money, 85% of 2009 delegates rated the conference as value for money or very good value.
- Education: an opportunity to learn from others, including leaders in the field in your sector and other sectors, as well as those starting out.
- A chance to have your say!
Here's What Attendees Said About the 2009 Conference
- Great speakers, great energy, wonderful to get GLAM people together (it doesn't happen enough in NZ)
- Thank you - this was excellent in terms of content and programme - it was really stimulating, practical and positive
- Very enjoyable and I always come away feeling that I have learnt a lot and also that other people are experiencing the same challenges
- I find attending the conference is of great value as it is one of the few opportunities to bring so many different parts of the industry together in one place
- An excellent conference and an amazing turn-out of people, given the recession. There's been lots of buzz about it in my workplace and it's given us plenty of new ideas to work on
The draft programme is available online at http://ndf.natlib.govt.nz/about/programme.htm
Michael Edson, Director of Web and New Media Strategy, Smithsonian Institution, USA
Michael has worked on numerous award-winning projects and has been involved in practically every aspect of technology and New Media for museums.
Dan Hill, Designer and Urbanist, Arup, Australia
Dan Hill is responsible for shaping many innovative, popular and critically acclaimed products and services. Dan is exploring the possibilities of urban informatics from a creative, design-led perspective, assessing how real-time information changes the urban experience.
Nick Poole, CEO, Collections Trust, UK
Nick Poole is CEO of the Collections Trust, the UK organisation which campaigns for the public right to access and engage with Collections. Nick advises governments, funders and cultural agencies throughout the world on issues relating to the new Digital Economy, including standards, IPR, social media and emerging business models.
Enquiries or Further Information
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us:
Paardekooper and Associates
Conference organisers of NDF 2010
P: +64 4 562 8259
F: +64 4 562 8269
E: ndf at paardekooper.co.nz
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