Nethui 2014, 9 to 11 July, Auckland

 

Programme

Wednesday 9 July
8.00Registration Desk Opens - Foyer
9.00NZ 1 & 2
Mihi Whakatau, Welcome Ceremony
9.15Housekeeping & Day one scene setting
9.30WorkshopsNZ 1 & 2
Jump start
NZ 3
Māori Meetup
Marlborough 1 (main) & 3 (breakout)
NetHui Youth Forum
NZ 4
InTAC
10.30Morning Tea - Foyer
11.00Workshops
Jump startMāori MeetupNetHui Youth Forum
InTAC
12.30Lunch
1.30WorkshopsJump startMāori MeetupNetHui Youth Forum
InTAC
3.00Afternoon Tea
3.30Workshops
Jump startMāori MeetupNetHui Youth Forum
InTAC
5.00FINISH
5.15Moxie side event: NetHui Edition - The next 25 years of the Internet
5.15Meetup: Civil Liberties Online
5.15Meetup: Creative Commons: Generation Open
5.15Mozilla Birds of a Feather
6.00Girl Geek Dinner - Toto
 
Thursday 10 July
7.30Registration Desk Opens - Foyer
9.00NZ 1& 2
Introduction, housekeeping - MC Michèle A’Court
9.10NZ 1& 2
Scene setting - Jordan Carter
9.30NZ 1& 2
Ministerial address - Hon Amy Adams, Minister for Communications & Information Technology
10.00Foyer
Morning tea
10.30NZ 1& 2
Opening Panel - The Internet and NZ: the next 25 years
11.15Transition
11.30NZ 3NZ 4Marlborough 1Marlborough 2Marlborough 3
 Sessionse-Voting
Tags: Government & Citizens, Emerging Issues
Youth Wellbeing Online
Tags: Health, Emerging Issues, Community
Design Right Design for All
Tags: Access, Community
Doing Data Journalism
Tags: Culture, Openness
Barcamp: Solving global problems
12.30Lunch
1.30NZ 3NZ 4Marlborough 1Marlborough 2Marlborough 3
 Sessions(Em)powering Women Using the Net
Tags: Community, Culture
Online Government
Tags: Community, Government & Citizens
Tertiary & Lifelong Learning
Tags: Education, Access, Economy & Business
Domain Names: 2014 & Beyond
Tags: Economy & Business, Infrastructure
Barcamp: Online media funding models
2.30Transition
2.35Sessions NZ 3NZ 4Marlborough 1Marlborough 2Marlborough 3
 Who are you Online?
Tags: Community, Government & Citizens
A Global Concern
Tags: Internet & the Law, Governance
Digitally Blended Learning
Tags: Education, Government & Citizens, Community
Open Data: Progress, Users, Possibilities
Tags: Economy & Business, Government & Citizens
Barcamp: Bridging the digital divide
3.35Tea Break
4.00Panel: Digital Rights with the Parliamentary Internet Forum
4.45Wrap-up session
NZ 1&2
5.00CLOSING
5.15Drinks reception, hosted by Telecom
6.30Meetup: Digital storytelling
6:30Meetup: National Startup
6:30Meetup: 2020 Digital Inclusion
6:30Public Address Great Blend
 
Friday 11 July
8.00Registration Desk Opens
9.00Introduction, housekeeping - MC Michèle A’Court
9.05New Zealand Keynote Address - Privacy Commissioner John Edwards
9.35Panel: Privacy Online
10.20Tea Break
10.45SessionsNZ 3NZ 4Marlborough 1Marlborough 2Marlborough 3
Broadband Uptake & Digital Inclusion
Tags: Access, Infrastructure, Community
Government Surveillance. Keep calm and carry on?
Tags: Governance, Safety & Security
Barcamp: Gender IssuesLearning Right for Working Success
Tags: Education, Economy & Business
Barcamp: Online communities
11.45Transition
11.50SessionsNZ 3NZ 4Marlborough 1Marlborough 2Marlborough 3
Bootstrapping a Blockchain Economy
Tags: Economy & Business, Internet & the Law
Lurkers, Listeners & Trolls
Tags: Community, Internet & the Law
Barcamp: PrivacyShared Care Health Records
Tags: Health, Government & Citizens
Barcamp: Education
12.50Lunch
1.50SessionsNZ 3NZ 4Marlborough 1Marlborough 2Marlborough 3
Rural & Remote Connectivity
Tags: Access, Rural, Economy & Business
The future of finance
Tags: Economy & Business, Community
Barcamp: Citizen scienceParticipatory Government
Tags: Government & Citizens, Community
Barcamp: Safety
2.50Transition
2.55SessionsNZ 3NZ 4Marlborough 1Marlborough 2Marlborough 3
Curating Kiwi Content
Tags: Community, Access
Pushing Play on Content
Tags: Economy & Business, Access, Culture
Barcamp: Democracy and legal issuesNZ Internet Research Network
Tags: Emerging Issues, Community, Education
Barcamp: Networking over the edge
3.55Tea Break
4.15Panel: Convergence the Internet and the future of media
5.00Nearly the end: Rod Drury
5.30Closing remarks: Jordan Carter
 
JumpstartThe main worksession is called Jumpstart (more info here) and it's how NetHui gets going on Day One.

With something for participants old and new, day one of NetHui is full of community led sessions to get NetHui 2014 off to an engaging, informed and fun start, featuring a How To NetHui session, 101 talks and is the home of the NetHui 2014 barcamp planning.

Other community focused workshops are also available- details below- and you can choose one of these when you register if they are more your cup of tea.
Youth ForumNethui Youth Forum is a place for young people to learn more about Internet issues and have their voice heard about the future of the Internet in New Zealand. Whether you have strong opinions about net neutrality, or aren’t sure what that even means, come along to the NetHui Youth Forum where we will help you to both understand and voice your opinions on the Internet.

For more information, go here
InTACThe New Zealand Internet Technical Architecture conference is an opportunity for technical decision makers to come together and share their ideas and help shape how the Internet in New Zealand will grow in the next 5-10 years.

Previous years events have helped create messages that will be presented at this year’s conference.

For more information, visit here
Māori MeetupThis one day event builds on last year's Maori Meetup event and welcomes everyone interested to join in a day of discussion on whats's happening in the Maori IT sector, innovations and new developments, and looking back at our tech past and imagining the future.