WebArchivist.org is a research and software development group based at the University of Washington and the SUNY Institute of Technology that works with scholars, librarians and archivists interested in preserving and analyzing materials created for and distributed on the Web. We create Web-based tools, help with project design and procedures, and develop institutional policies necessary to complete these tasks.
Areas of Expertise
Through its collaborative projects with various
institutions, WebArchivist.org has developed
specific expertise in a number of different areas.
We are interested in engaging in projects with
partners who wish to:
Please contact WebArchivist.org's Co-Directors:
- Identify, archive and catalogue born-digital materials relevant to Web spheres of interest.
- Collect metadata associated with sites archived by WebArchivist.org and other archiving organizations.
- Analyze Web spheres for publications and presentations in professional and scholarly settings using standard analysis tools measuring breadth, scope, emergence, features, structures for action and other aspects.
- Provide a platform supporting the archiving, analysis and presentation efforts of other Internet researchers.
- Provide a platform for public access to metadata and archived materials.
- Provide a platform to support instructional activities associated with archived Web materials, including student-produced websites requiring repeated evaluation.
- Develop policies for libraries, archives and other institutions that provide access to archived materials through new or continuing Web archiving projects.