Digital Archiving Resources

Web Archives Long Term Access and Interoperability: The International Internet Preservation Consortium Activity

Title

Web Archives Long Term Access and Interoperability: The International Internet Preservation Consortium Activity

Subject

Web Archiving

Description

The International Internet Preservation Consortium was created in July 2003 by twelve pioneer institutions already involved in Web archiving and including eleven national libraries. The objectives of the consortium are to provide a forum for sharing knowledge about Internet content archiving and to develop interoperable tools, methods and standards to acquire, archive and provide access to the archived web sites. At the end of the first three years of IIPC a full set of open source free tools for the whole processing chain will be released. The IIPC standardization activity covers the web archives format, the preservation metadata, and the permanent identification aspects focussing on very large archive specificity. (Provided by author)

Creator

Lupovici, Catherine

Publisher

IFLA

Date

2005-11

Contributor

Eaddy, Brionna

Type

Journal article

Bibliographic Citation

Lupovici, Catherine. "Web archives long term access and interoperability: the International Internet Preservation consortium activity." IFLA Conference Proceedings (November 2005): 1-8. Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts, EBSCOhost (accessed April 22, 2016).

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Citation

Lupovici, Catherine, “Web Archives Long Term Access and Interoperability: The International Internet Preservation Consortium Activity,” Digital Archiving Resources, accessed September 24, 2017, http://dar.cah.ucf.edu/items/show/366.