Wednesday 25 May 2011

Call for presenters - NDF2011 conference

A little bit of blatant self-promotion. Along with Brenda Leeuwenberg from NZonScreen, I am co-convening the 2011 National Digital Forum conference.

The conference is a yearly opportunity for people working in digital areas in museums, libraries, galleries, archives and similar organisations to get together, hear from some startlingly good speakers, and talk about what they're working on and the stuff that matters in the sector.

The conference started out 10 years ago being focused on matters to doing with making collections available online - in recent years it has expanded outwards to encompass social media outreach, networked cities, community strategies, and the 'content economy'.

Call me biased, but it's a great conference that attracts terrific people. After much scurrying behind the scenes we have opened the call for presenters this week. The deadline for submissions is 20 June.

If you'd like to discuss your idea before submitting a proposal, you're very welcome to contact Brenda and me at conference AT ndf DOT org DOT nz.

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