Guest author: Mark Crookston

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Mark Crookston is the Digital Collection Strategy Leader at the Alexander Turnbull Library, within the National Library of New Zealand. He’s worked in a range of digital and analogue archive and library roles across NZ, the Pacific, and the UK.

Some Thoughts on New Zealand’s Web Memory

Did you know the National Library of New Zealand collects websites? We’ve been doing it since 1999. It is part of a broader function of collecting and preserving traditional and born digital published, unpublished and online items created in New Zealand and by New Zealanders. Continue reading Some Thoughts on New Zealand’s Web Memory