Monthly Archives: December 2009

Opening Access to Archives

A few months ago I attended one of a series of meetings nationally called “Opening Access to Australian Archives” – hosted by CCi (who also house the office of Creative Commons Australia). and the draft outcomes from these meetings have … Continue reading

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Dictionary of Sydney

As many of you know, until recently I was employed at the Dictionary of Sydney as the Multimedia Coordinator. I left a couple of months ago and took up a short-term contract at AustLII running the Australasian Legal Scholarship Library. … Continue reading

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Culture24 links

Recently, I have become aware of an organisation called “Culture24“. This is a British crew who are publicly funded to provide a service – promote and support the UK cultural sector online (and, hopefully, go and visit them in real … Continue reading

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NZ National Digital Forum

Being online now: culture, creativity and community Last week I had the honour of being invited to attend the 8th annual National Digital Forum conference, held at the national museum Te Papa in Wellington, New Zealand.  The NDF is truly … Continue reading

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