wishes to invite you to a special event!
National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa is proud to be
hosting the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) Web Archiving
Conference in Wellington, 13-15 November 2018.
As web archiving practice enters its third decade – curating, preserving and
making historic web content accessible to both researchers and the public – the
IIPC Web Archiving Conference comes to Australasia for the first time. The
Conference presents a programme of presentations, workshops, panels and posters
that reflects both the mature achievements in web archiving over the past 20
years as well as the range of challenges for this critical task of accurately
collecting and preserving our online culture and discourse.
full details about the conference, keynote speakers, programme and to register
visit the Web
Archiving Conference website.
Truth, justice and the
Internet – Free Public Event – Sponsored by GOVIS
you cannot attend the conference in full then consider attending the FREE
evening event "Truth, justice and the Internet" hosted by the
National Library of New Zealand and InternetNZ and sponsored by GOVIS, being
held on Tuesday 13 November 6-8 pm at the National Library.
and more of our time is spent on the Internet and current debate around the
globe is often focussed on the facts and fictions that people and communities
are promulgating online.
extraordinary international panel will explore integrity in the online world.
We want to explore the impact of truth (and fiction) being posted online - for
every part of the globe to see and be part of. Panel members are:
- Vint Cerf, Chief Internet Evangelist, Google
(and known as the father of the Internet)
Jefferson Bailey: Director, Web Archiving,
Dr Rachael Ka’ai-Mahuta: Senior Researcher, Te
Ipukarea, the National Māori Language Institute, Auckland University of
Wendy Seltzer: Strategy Lead and Counsel,
World Wide Web Consortium
are limited and are going fast, so register now to secure your place.