New Zealand to celebrate "Novembre Numérique"
From October 24, 2018, the Embassy of France in New Zealand will take part in the festival of digital culture, Novembre Numérique (“Digital November”), with the support of French and New Zealand partners.
For the first time, New Zealand will take part in he festival of digital culture, Novembre Numérique (“Digital November”) organised by Embassy of France in New Zealand with the support of French and New Zealand partners, namely theInstitut Français, the Alliance Française NZ (AF Auckland, AF Palmerston North, AF Wellington and AF Christchurch), the Auckland University of Technology and the Auckland City Council. From the EduGame Hackathon to augmented-reality street performances, New Zealand will host digital events for this occasion in four of the largest cities: Auckland, Palmerston North, Wellington, and Christchurch.
This event, which is taking place for the first time in New Zealand, is organized around four themes and keywords:
Developed in collaboration with the Éditions Volumiques, French publishing house specialising in hybrid paper-digital media, the fun segment of Novembre Numérique will be focussed on digital games. There will be a number of interactive exhibitions, live demos and fun workshops during the visit of Étienne Mineur, Director of the Éditions Volumiques.
Events organised by AUT / Colab
Wednesday, October 24
2 – 5pm Europe House AUT Masterclass / Group Crit Session
Events organised by the French language and culture centres of the Alliance Française in Auckland, Palmerston North, Wellington and Christchurch:
Friday 26 October
Monday 29 October
6 – 8pm Alliance Française Public Talk
Tuesday 30 Octboer
12:30 – 2:30pm Learning Science Lab Te Papa Private event Marsden School
3:30 – 6:30pm Alliance Française Conference for local industries
Wednesday 31 October
Day Alliance Française Workshop / demo
Evening Christchurch Art Gallery Christchurch Art Gallery
Novembre Numérique in New Zealand will also shine the spotlight on creativity. Throughout the month of November, there will be artistic performances, conferences and workshops in Auckland and Wellington.
Artist-in-Residence Tony Regazzoni
1 – 30 Novembre, Auckland
Tony Regazzoni will be hosted by the Auckland City Council for a one-month Artist Residency programme in Auckland. During his stay, he will work on revamping the public space Pa Rongorongo Square in Auckland, with an artistic setup mixing art and technology, which he will present towards the end of the residence. There will be meet and greets, workshops and presentations throughout the whole month.
From November 28th, come and discover a revamped version of the Pa Rongorongo Square!
Novembre Numérique is the perfect opportunity to discuss new and innovative ways of learning!
#4 – Improving cultural immersion
What is a café? How is daily life for a French schoolkid: the canteen, the school courtyard, pain au chocolat,… Beyond speaking, language learning is also about discovering a different culture, as well specific vocabulary related to it. How can we rethink new technologies to improve the cultural experience which comes with language learning and to enrich vocabulary?
#5 – Distance learning
The emergence of the Internet and smartphones and the advancement of digitalisation have revolutionised the channels of communication over the past couple of decades. How can we make use of our tools for efficient distance learning for each student, based on numerous, adapted and customised interactions amongst teachers, amongst students and between teachers and students? What opportunities do these technologies offer for education in developing countries?
Training – IFprofs
IFprofs is an online network for French-language education. With more than 19,000 members from 66 different countries, the IFprofs platform is working towards the pooling of teaching resources and exchange of expertise between experts of the learning of French. Whether you’re teaching or learning French, come take part in our IFprofs training sessions and learn how to use this tool!
Stay tuned for more details coming soon!
Following the evolution of technologies, archiving has to adapt to new contents and platforms. Come and discover the world of modern archiving!
Conféerence – IIPC Web Archiving Conference 2018
National Library of New Zealand – Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa
13, 14 and 15 November 2018
The IIPC – International Internet Preservation Consortium – is organising for the first time in Australasia a conference focussing on online archiving. On this occasion, archiving experts from all over the world will present a number of remarkable local, national and international initiatives, while taking part in a number of workshops, roundtables and presentations.
The conference will also be a place for exchange and discussion around the ethical, social and judicial issues which are emerging out of practices of online archiving. Representatives from the National Library of France, François Mitterand, and from the National Audio-Visual Institute of France will be there to demonstrate French expertise in this field.
+ d’infos: http://netpreserve.org/ga2018/
If you are planning to attend and/or take part in Novembre Numerique, please don’t hesitate to use the #NovembreNumerique on Facebook and/or Twitter.