Digital Archiving Resources

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The functionalities that are important to the users of web archives range from basic searching and browsing to advanced personalized and customized services, data mining, and website reconstruction. The author examined ten of the most established…

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In their online article for D-Lib magazine, authors Stirling, Chevallier, and Illien cover issues important to researchers using the web from problems of legitimacy to the functionality of search engines. The authors discuss the changing perceptions…

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The PADI Web Archiving webpage provides an overview of global web archiving practices as well as resources on issues related to web archiving. It briefly defines different models for and approaches to web archiving before providing case studies of…

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In this article, Michael Moss archivist and professor of Library and Information Science at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, decries the user-centered philosophy of Web 2.0 and believes the emphases on “collective intelligence” and…

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The history of the web and the record of its impact on society may never fully be realized if measures to record and preserve its content are not carefully and consistently maintained. Leetaru identifies the inconsistencies in web archiving by public…

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Andrew Charlesworth, senior research fellow in IT at the University of Bristol, reports on copyright permissions and legislation affecting the archiving of Internet sources in the UK, Europe, Australia, and the United States. In this report,…

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Archivists, historians, and scholars agree that the accumulation of data circulating daily on the Web should be preserved. Yet, there are inconsistencies and gaps in the type of access to web archives created by various academic, public, and private…

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Theimer reviews the fundamental principles of important Web 2.0 tools. She includes plentiful examples of how archives around the world have been successfully using each one, and provides step-by-step tips on what you need to do to implement it in…

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Hand investigates political and economic power, digital technologies, and culture. Although he does not cite digitization as a cause of decentering economies or other cultural changes he does acknowledge broad trends related to digitization. One of…

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"Stanford scholars are harnessing the power of new technologies through an array of digital humanities endeavors. Current digital humanities projects are using tools like 3-D mapping, electronic literary analysis, digitization, and advanced…
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