DigitalNZ is the search engine for New Zealand culture — connecting people to digital material from libraries, museums, government departments, publicly funded organisations, the media and community groups.

DigitalNZ

  • About DigitalNZ

    DigitalNZ has more than 30 million digital items from 200 content partners. This makes New Zealand digital content, from the 19th century to today, easy to discover and use. DigitalNZ provides access to:

    • images — including art works, maps, posters and photographs
    • audio — including interviews
    • videos
    • newspapers
    • books
    • articles
    • research papers.

    DigitalNZ also operates the Make it Digital helpdesk for anyone who needs help to digitise or create material. They regularly run remix activities that encourage creative re-use of NZ digital content.

    About — on DigitalNZ's website.

  • About DigitalNZ

    DigitalNZ has more than 30 million digital items from 200 content partners. This makes New Zealand digital content, from the 19th century to today, easy to discover and use. DigitalNZ provides access to:

    • images — including art works, maps, posters and photographs
    • audio — including interviews
    • videos
    • newspapers
    • books
    • articles
    • research papers.

    DigitalNZ also operates the Make it Digital helpdesk for anyone who needs help to digitise or create material. They regularly run remix activities that encourage creative re-use of NZ digital content.

    About — on DigitalNZ's website.

  • Using DigitalNZ

    Search DigitalNZ to discover digital content of many kinds for a topic that interests you.

    While exploring DigitalNZ you can sign up to:

    • select favourite items
    • save sets of items
    • group results in one meaningful place, and
    • label content in as many folders as you need.

    It's easy to share your collections with friends, family and classmates. You can also link to sets and share items through Facebook and Twitter.

    Collect and share with DigitalNZ sets

  • Using DigitalNZ

    Search DigitalNZ to discover digital content of many kinds for a topic that interests you.

    While exploring DigitalNZ you can sign up to:

    • select favourite items
    • save sets of items
    • group results in one meaningful place, and
    • label content in as many folders as you need.

    It's easy to share your collections with friends, family and classmates. You can also link to sets and share items through Facebook and Twitter.

    Collect and share with DigitalNZ sets

  • Responsible use — copyright and attribution

    When you use any of the digital resources included in DigitalNZ, be aware of their copyright requirements and usage restrictions. These are made clear on the DigitalNZ site.

    DigitalNZ copyright

    If you use resources from DigitalNZ, it's important that you acknowledge or attribute them in your work. Check if your school has guidelines for responsible use of other people's work

    If you're unsure about how to use these digital resources responsibly, ask your librarian or refer to:

    Copyright guidelines for schools — as set out by the Ministry of Education.

    Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand — a non-profit organisation that helps people share their copyright works for re-use by others. They provide information about how to share, remix, re-use — legally.

    National Library copyright and privacy — statements on the use of National Library web content and information.

  • Responsible use — copyright and attribution

    When you use any of the digital resources included in DigitalNZ, be aware of their copyright requirements and usage restrictions. These are made clear on the DigitalNZ site.

    DigitalNZ copyright

    If you use resources from DigitalNZ, it's important that you acknowledge or attribute them in your work. Check if your school has guidelines for responsible use of other people's work

    If you're unsure about how to use these digital resources responsibly, ask your librarian or refer to:

    Copyright guidelines for schools — as set out by the Ministry of Education.

    Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand — a non-profit organisation that helps people share their copyright works for re-use by others. They provide information about how to share, remix, re-use — legally.

    National Library copyright and privacy — statements on the use of National Library web content and information.