Presentation on theme: "A National Information Strategy for New Zealand Penny Carnaby, National Librarian National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa -"— Presentation transcript:
A National Information Strategy for New Zealand Penny Carnaby, National Librarian National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa -
www.natlib.govt.nz Developing the model Planning the campaign Revising our thinking New opportunities www.natlib.govt.nz
A National Approach to Information Strategy in New Zealand Knowledge Equity The skills needed to turn information into knowledge; functional literacy and information literacy LIANZA, 2000 – 2003 (Library and Information Association) Knowledge Access A strong IT infrastructure Knowledge Content Accessible digitised content Capability UK, 2000 Connectivity Content Continuity Collaboration Te Kete Tuauri Sources of good and evil. Those who seek all that is good seek equity Te Rōpū Whakahau, 2002 (Māori Library and Information Workers Association) Te Kete Tuātea Sources of incantations, karakia and tikanga. These are the pathways by which knowledge is transferred Te Kete Aronui Source of all knowledge around the world. Those knowledge resources, knowledge institutions, knowledge people 3 Baskets of Knowledge Nga kete o te Wananga
www.natlib.govt.nz Knowledge Access, Te Kete Tuatea –Probe project, broadband to all New Zealand schools, libraries etc –Next generation internet Knowledge Content, Te Kete Aronui –National Digital Forum – archives, museums, libraries –Next generation e-learning and digital library futures Knowledge Equity, Te Kete Tuauri –E-government initiatives –Connecting communities New opportunities www.natlib.govt.nz
Nau te rourou Naku te rourou Ka ora ai te iwi With your contribution With my contribution We will nourish the people
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