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  • Culturemondo is an open network of international cultural portal specialists who work together to facilitate strategic and relevant knowledge exchange. It aims to engage, empower and inform cultural portal specialists, no matter where they are from, to become effective facilitators in their own neighbourhood online cultural space with a group of like-minded colleagues from other countries, who share a belief that working, learning and sharing ideas enables all of us to work more effectively.

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  • Culturemondo: engaging global cultural networks
    • Background to Culturemondo and its successes
    • Experience as a participant
    • Experience as a Roundtable host and organiser
  • Background
    • Began in 2005
    • Published 2 reports
    • Three international surveys
    • Annual sharing of analytics
  • Culturemondo International Roundtables :
    • Japan (2005)
    • Croatia (2006)
    • Cuba (2007)
    • Taiwan (2008)
    • New Zealand (2009)
  • NZLive.com Jackie Hay, Manager, NZLive.com Ministry for Culture and Heritage in New Zealand [email_address] / jackie.hay@mch.govt.nz
  • NZLive is also about making connections
    • Connecting New Zealanders with their culture
    • Connecting cultural producers with audiences and consumers
    • Connecting New Zealand culture with the world
  • My role: to run the national cultural website of New Zealand
    • I’m reponsible for:
    • Strategic direction of the site
    • Marketing and communications
    • Decisions on technology direction and developments
    • Web 2.O priorities and initiatives
    • Developing web strategy with other Ministry teams
  • Responsible for relationships with:
    • Over 1,000 artists/cultural organisations
    • Dozens of ethnic communities
    • Other government departments
    • Tourism organisations
    • New Zealand businesses
    • Regional cultural and tourism organisations
    • Local government
  • Content partnerships
    • Tourism New Zealand - www.n ewzealand.com
    • Air New Zealand – www.airnz.co.nz
    • Get Amongst it - www.getamongstit.co.nz
    • MetService - www.metservice.co.nz
    • NZ Govt Portal - www.newzealand.govt.nz
    • Great NZ Travel Guides - www.greatnewzealand.co.nz
    • NZ Museums - www.nzmuseums.co.nz
    • Day Out - www.dayout.co.nz
    • NZ Govt Business Portal - www.business.govt.nz
    • New Zealand Now - newzealandnow.info
  • Participating in 2008
  • New thinking. New models.
  • Hosting: 2009 in NZ
  • National Digital Forum: Day 1 and 2
  • Culturemondo NZ: Day 3
    • 25 people
    • 7 international delegates will attend from the United Kingdom, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Taiwan and Australia.
  • 2009 in NZ
    • How do we measure the economic and social value of cultural websites? This will raise issues of metrics, evaluation.
    • A report on the recent survey of sites carried out by Culturemondo. What trends, issues and future directions are suggested by the survey?
    • “ Those of us working on cultural websites are doing such a huge job that we easily get lost in our day-to-day tasks. So Culturemondo has been really valuable in exposing us to other people dealing with the same issues and giving us an opportunity to look at what we are doing from an international perspective. Talking to other web builders from around the world is a unique opportunity which cannot be replicated.”
    • Jock Phillips, General Editor, teara.govt.nz and Chief Historian, Ministry for Culture and Heritage (NZ)