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The Nga Taonga (Distributed National Collection or DNC) project arose from the 2005 Museum Sector Strategy, which highlighted a need to work collaboratively to demonstrate the value of museums to the ...

The Nga Taonga (Distributed National Collection or DNC) project arose from the 2005 Museum Sector Strategy, which highlighted a need to work collaboratively to demonstrate the value of museums to the public as well as to government and other potential funders.

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Phillipa Tocker - Nga Taonga – joining the dots Phillipa Tocker - Nga Taonga – joining the dots Presentation Transcript

  • Nga Taonga – joining the dots NDF Conference 2009 ……… ……… or not?
  • 2005 Museum Sector Strategy NDF Conference 2009 "Museums and their staff will need to work together across organisational boundaries … … by the innovative use of displays and exhibitions as well as using new access methods such as virtual technology "
  • the Nga Taonga widget NDF Conference 2009
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  • Nga Taonga – joining the dots NDF Conference 2009 "In the longer-term, the project aims to develop a comprehensive, loosely-coupled if necessary, nation-wide database of collection objects; increased capacity, standards compatibility and widespread access to improve scholarly and general research and participation, the management and conservation of like objects, and the quantitative information supporting cultural knowledge; such a system will be an essential tool for cultural tourism and the organisation of cultural identities."