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Tuesday, November 21
 

17:30 NZDT

Demo Hall: Digital New Zealand - all the new goodies!
DigitalNZ's team will wow you with all that 2017 has brought - a refreshed website, additional features and more ways to make stories within DigitalNZ's treasure trove.

Speakers
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Rowan Payne

Digital NZ


Tuesday November 21, 2017 17:30 - 19:00 NZDT
Oceania, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

17:30 NZDT

Demo Hall: Enabling Images to tell their Stories
Speakers
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Ana Lyubich

Chief Executive Officer, Excio
Excio is where the world’s most beautiful art and photography is discovered, enjoyed and shared on mobile devices’ home screens.Ana is working with museums, artists and photographers in NZ and overseas to get their collections outside of physical and even digital walls and display... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 17:30 - 19:00 NZDT
Oceania, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

17:30 NZDT

Demo Hall: Rethinking it all with FOLIO: an Open Innovation Platform
Libraries and other institutions have typically been constrained by the resource management and data models of their resource management systems. Indeed, existing standards have long ruled the roost for cataloging bibliographic items or describing objects including digital collections and archives. Now, new thinking is taking shape through FOLIO – a community collaboration to develop an open source library services platform built for innovation. As community partners look to rethink legacy approaches they are defining new models and tackling core questions.   This presentation will discuss resource management in FOLIO, a community collaboration to develop an open source library services platform built for innovation. FOLIO brings together the management of electronic, digital and physical resources under one roof leveraging a domain model and record format called “Codex”. The Codex underlies the FOLIO approach of ‘referential cataloging’; FOLIO references (links to) master records in multiple formats that reside in one or more knowledgebases of either print or physical resources. As such, the FOLIO approach is format agnostic; referenced records may constitute multiple formats such as MARC, Dublin Core, PBCore, BIBFRAME, etc., which are converted to a FOLIO Codex record.  In this presentation, the presenter will discuss the Codex approach in FOLIO. The presenter will look at how the Codex is based on the principles of BIBFRAME. Additionally, the presenter will address how FOLIO, through the Codex and ideas of referential cataloging, will support Linked Open Data (LOD) in ways that ensure further innovation for libraries and other cultural institutions.

Speakers

Tuesday November 21, 2017 17:30 - 19:00 NZDT
Oceania, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011

17:30 NZDT

Demo Hall: Surveying our Past: Historic Surveys Mapped into a Virtual Landscape for Future Generations.
For many years organisations like Ngai Tahu and ECAN sought better access to early New Zealand maps (mahere rangahau) that were draughted by (prominent) surveyors in the mid-19th century and are stored for LINZ at Archives NZ today. These maps are extremely large – typically two meters deep and some more than 7 metres long - and extremely fragile due to deterioration over time. Even research in a reading room was difficult given they could no longer sustain being mounted on a wall as was there original access method 150-170 years ago and the ‘fine print’ on the maps was both historic (eg iwi tracks and plantings) and exquisite and finely detailed (eg smaller than 2-point font). User requirements were examined and the design of equipment and processes to capture and make available these maps to a high resolution and with ease of online navigation (pun intended). The result was the design of a complicated digitisation system designed to capture very fine detail on very large objects, and be portable enough to work onsite at Archives to minimise the impact on these valuable treasures. Once online the ability to enlarge and move around the map opened up a new way to learn and share. We describe the successful pilot undertaken to determine the best way to achieve this and how the collaboration between institutions has developed into a successful ongoing project to deliver digital access to a wide audience. We have unlocked the footprints and settlements of our settler and Māori forebears into a virtual landscape for future generations to view and interact with – and perhaps one day add into GIS and virtual reality programmes.

Speakers
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Andy Fenton

Chairman & Founder, NZMS
Welcomes sharing ideas about digitisation and the web, GLAM sector, Community Engagement, Social Media, Records, Standards, Leadership, Governance etc Inaugural elected Board Member of NDF, serving 2006-2013.Attended all NDF Conferences 2002-present.http://www.recollectCMS.comhtt... Read More →
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Gavin Mitchell

NZMS
Gavin is an expert in growing technology companies through understanding customer requirements and developing products, services and processes to deliver extraordinary value.  Gavin joined NZMS in 2015 and has overseen the expansion of the Recollect platform and the introduction... Read More →


Tuesday November 21, 2017 17:30 - 19:00 NZDT
Oceania, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa 55 Cable St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011