More of New Zealand’s digital content will become freely available to Kiwis, thanks to a collaboration between Wellington digital agency, Boost, the National Library of New Zealand and the Department of Internal Affairs.
The trio have developed the award-winning Supplejack, which powers its DigitalNZ services and makes more of New Zealand’s massive collection of digital content freely available to the public to find, share and use.
Andy Neale, head of DigitalNZ, says Supplejack is one of the only open source tools of its kind in the world – the code freely available for other entities to adopt and adapt.
“And, it’s attracting interest from significant institutions globally as the ‘GLAM’ sector – galleries, libraries, archives and museums – become increasingly digital,” Neale says.
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