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Tuesday, October 13
 

11:05 NZDT

Privacy & The Internet of Things
This lightning talk overviews our research into privacy concerns of New Zealanders around domestic IoT -- smart speakers, smart lights, etc. We explore what are the reasons people use these devices, why they stop using them, and what concerns they have around the devices in their homes. We also identify key areas for future research.

Speakers
avatar for Erika Pearson

Erika Pearson

Assoc. Head of School, CJM Wellington, Massey University Wellington
Kia ora! My name is Erika (she/her/they), I'm the Associate Head of School for Communication, Journalism & Marketing on the Massey Wellington campus. I have been researching the internet and digital society for over twenty years, and lately I have been interested in how technology... Read More →


Tuesday October 13, 2020 11:05 - 11:10 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

11:10 NZDT

Social Media Election Trends
Speakers
avatar for David Hood

David Hood

I have been involved in analysing influence campaigns on Twitter since before the 2017 election. Being really interested in what data represents and what you can learn depending on how you structure it, I've been involved in analysing all kinds of things. As a day job I teach software... Read More →


Tuesday October 13, 2020 11:10 - 11:15 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

12:30 NZDT

The Power of Play in Virtual Meetings
Presenting online is not the same as presenting on a stage. You can’t ask people to put their screens away and give you their full attention - it is through these screens that your audience is watching you! Unfortunately for leaders, speakers, and teachers, one-way communication is easy to ignore. Zoom fatigue makes our audiences tune out, and highly addictive social media is only a click away. By using the Power of Play, and inviting interaction from your attendees, your next Zoom presentation could be engaging, exciting, and full of smiles.

Speakers
avatar for Caelan Huntress

Caelan Huntress

Marketing strategist for entrepreneurs, Stellar Platforms
Hi everyone! I'm an American digital nomad living in New Zealand, and I have spent ten years running an online business while traveling the world with my young family. I am a website designer, copywriter, and sales strategist, and my specialty is helping entrepreneurs set up marketing... Read More →


Tuesday October 13, 2020 12:30 - 12:35 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

13:25 NZDT

Arbiter: A New Disinformation Fighting Non-Profit
I fought disinformation at Twitter and now I'm starting a non-profit to continue the fight.

This is a three minute talk explaining what we're planning to do, and hoping you can help! 

Speakers
avatar for Jon Bell

Jon Bell

Founder, Arbiter
I started a non-profit for fighting disinformation, and I'd love to chat!


Tuesday October 13, 2020 13:25 - 13:28 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

13:29 NZDT

Recycle a Device
Speakers

Tuesday October 13, 2020 13:29 - 13:32 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

13:32 NZDT

Covid-19 & Fake News
Hello! This is a video I made as a part of my GirlBoss Edge scholarship: Engineering and Technology. This 3 minute video is of me showing the harms that misinformation surrounding COVID-19 especially can cause and how to make sure you're staying safe online. Hope you enjoy! :)

Speakers
avatar for Charlotte Wells

Charlotte Wells

GirlBoss
A 17-year-old future journalist with a passion for equality.


Tuesday October 13, 2020 13:32 - 13:35 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

14:25 NZDT

An Accessible Internet For All
The internet is an amazing tool for connecting communities of people all around the world, helping us enjoy entertainment, participate in government, even access health and education. But the internet isn't always fair and equally accessible to everyone - please spend 5 minutes with me to talk about the importance of making sure we make the internet accessible to everyone. Because if we don't design to remove barriers - we're almost always including them by default. 

Speakers
avatar for Humphrey Hanley

Humphrey Hanley

Creative Director, No Hands No Excuses
Humphrey Hanley is a Content Creator, Accessibility Specialist, Videographer, Photographer, andcoffee lover from Wellington, New Zealand. While broadcasting on Twitch, he focuses on motivatingand inspiring people to make sure there’s one thing in every day that makes it worth being... Read More →


Tuesday October 13, 2020 14:25 - 14:30 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

14:30 NZDT

Queering Games
Can you imagine rugby or football without winners and losers? What about videogames? This talk begins with a lightning overview of LGBTQIA+ ("queer") representation in games, queer games creators, and the sometimes literally life and death issues at stake in queer games and queer gaming. It then considers how queer games redefine winning and losing, not through pacifism but by calling into question whether games (and other players) exist to be "beaten."

Speakers
avatar for Tof Eklund

Tof Eklund

Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology
Tof Eklund (they/them pronuns) is a Lecturer at Auckland University of Technology, creating and studying digital storywork and queer game culture.


Tuesday October 13, 2020 14:30 - 14:35 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

15:25 NZDT

Believe in the Power of Youth
Speakers

Tuesday October 13, 2020 15:25 - 15:30 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

15:30 NZDT

TenForward Tech Lounge: Where Kids & Grandparents Get Gaming & Internet Skills for Life
TenForward Technology Lounge is the dream after school and holiday destination for today's digital native kids. We support positive social development and eliminating toxic online environments. And, we support seniors with digital literacy sessions!

I'm also looking for entrepreneurs to set up TenForward's around NZ so we can help young people and seniors everywhere learn internet skills for life.

Speakers
avatar for Belinda Hope

Belinda Hope

Managing Director, TenForward Tech Lounge
I own TenForward Tech Lounge which is a gaming themed after school care and holiday programme, and also a senior digital literacy centre. We inspire kids and seniors to enhance their lives with online skills that appeal to them!I'm also looking for entrepreneurs around NZ to set up... Read More →


Tuesday October 13, 2020 15:30 - 15:35 NZDT
Plenary Livestream
 
Wednesday, October 14
 

13:20 NZDT

13:25 NZDT

Loneliness & The Digital Divide
In June 2020 The Helen Clark Foundation and WSP released Alone Together: The risks of loneliness in Aotearoa New Zealand following Covid-19 and how public policy can help. The report outlined the health and wellbeing risks posed by loneliness, described those most likely to be negatively impacted, sketched the impact of the Level 4 lockdown, and recommended six key policy planks to enable social connection to thrive:
  1. Make sure people have enough money
  2. Close the digital divide
  3. Help communities do their magic
  4. Create friendly streets and neighbourhoods
  5. Prioritise those already lonely
  6. Invest in frontline mental health.
This short video talk will focus on point 2 - the relationship between loneliness and digital inclusion. It will argue that a suitable device with an affordable internet connection should be considered a baseline for social inclusion, and outline key policy recommendations to enable this.

Read the report here, or here (accessible version).

Speakers
avatar for Holly Walker

Holly Walker

Deputy Director and WSP Fellow, The Helen Clark Foundation
Holly is the Deputy Director and WSP Fellow at the Helen Clark Foundation, an independent public policy think tank founded in 2019. She spent the Level 4 lockdown researching the risks of loneliness in Aotearoa during Covid-19 and how good public policy can create the conditions for... Read More →


Wednesday October 14, 2020 13:25 - 13:30 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

14:35 NZDT

Parents’ awareness of their children’s experiences of online risks and harm
Neil will be sharing insights from the new Netsafe research exploring parents’ awareness of their children’s experiences of online risks and harm.
Contact Neil directly for access to the final report at neilm@netsafe.org.nz

Speakers
avatar for Neil Melhuish

Neil Melhuish

Director of Research and Policy, Neil Melhuish
Neil leads the development of Netsafe’s public policy and research programme. Before joining Netsafe Neil worked in the education sector, first as a practitioner in the UK and NZ and then at Ministry of Education where he led a national programme developing teachers’ digital capabilities... Read More →


Wednesday October 14, 2020 14:35 - 14:40 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

15:20 NZDT

Voluntarily
Speakers
avatar for Eteroa Lafaele

Eteroa Lafaele

Software Enginner, Voluntarily
Of Samoan descent, 23-year-old Eteroa is a trailblazing Software Engineer from Wellington. Her work championing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) is why she was named a 2019 Prime Minister’s Pacific Youth Award winner.


Wednesday October 14, 2020 15:20 - 15:21 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

15:21 NZDT

The Citizen's Handbook
Wednesday October 14, 2020 15:21 - 15:25 NZDT
Plenary Livestream

16:15 NZDT

What is Government doing about digital inclusion?
What is Government doing about digital inclusion? Paul James, Government Chief Digital Officer (GCDO) and the Digital Inclusion Programme team explain in this five-minute Nethui 2020 lightning talk.


Wednesday October 14, 2020 16:15 - 16:20 NZDT
Plenary Livestream
 
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