Wednesday 27th November, 2013
3:30pm to 4:25pm
We’ve been talking about opening up our collection content and data for reuse over several National Digital Forums. This interactive panel session will explore the journey, progress and results of a range of organisations and initiatives who have taken the open licensing leap. We’ll also get perspectives from panelists from key audiences such as the publishing, creative and education sectors to find out what difference access to open cultural content and data made for them.
Joining Fi will be:
* Victoria Leachman (Rights Advisor, Te Papa)
* Fiona Moorhead (Assistant Registrar Auckland Art Gallery)
* Fiona Gregson (Senior Advisor, Media Policy, Ministry for Culture & Heritage)
* Reid Perkins (Archivist, Upper Hutt City Library)
* Tom Rennie (Associate Publisher at Bridget Williams Books), and
* Matt McGregor (Public Lead, Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand).
Fi is the DigitalNZ Services Manager and likes to make sure people understand how they can use digital content.
Tom Rennie is associate publisher at BWB, bringing publishing experience from the United Kingdom to bear on the New Zealand context.
Assistant Registrar Auckland Art Gallery
Senior Advisor, Media Policy, Ministry for Culture & Heritage
Archivist, Upper Hutt City Library
Public Lead, Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand
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