NDF Call for Papers

29 Jun 2021 8:10 AM | Nyssa Mildwaters


Call for presentations

We’re thrilled to announce the call for presenters for the 2021 National Digital Forum, which is taking place 16-17 November in Wellington and online.

As NDF heads towards its 20th anniversary, it’s a great time to reflect on the past and consider the future as we enjoy the freedom of getting together. For 2021 we are looking for a lively mix of fresh presentations on all matters pertaining to the intersection of arts, cultural heritage and digital technologies. Basically, if it’s digital and it’s GLAM, we’d love to hear from you.

The format for presentations this year are:

  • 20 minute papers
  • lightning talks (7 minutes tops!)

 If you need some inspiration here are a few suggestions to get your brain sparking:

  • Data sovereignty
  • Risk and failure
  • The interaction between museums and communities through digital platforms
  • Growing digital literacy in organisations
  • Universal access and inclusivity
  • Connecting the physical and the digital
  • The potential of AI

Alternatively, tune into some of NDF’s past talks on YouTube.
NDF is committed to honouring Te Tiriti o Waitangi, and we welcome all perspectives that explore what this means in relation to digital work in the GLAM sector and beyond.
The deadline for proposals is Friday 30 July 2021. Please submit your proposal here. All successful submissions contacted by Friday 16 August 2021.
Please feel free to email the conference committee at conference@ndf.org.nz if you would like to discuss your proposal prior to submitting.

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