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Asian Tsunami Web Archive
This project is a collection of over 1,500 Web sites relating to the December2004 tsunami disaster in Asia. The archiveis a joint project of the Singapore Internet ResearchCentre, (SIRC), the InternetArchive and WebArchivist.org. The sites were identified by SIRCresearchers and captured by the Internet Archive. WebArchivist.orgdeveloped the interface to the archived collection and provided toolsfacilitating identification of sites and development of relevantmetadata.
Election 2002 Web Archive
This project is a collection of nearly 2,500 Websites related to the 2002 elections in the United States, including those produced by candidates, press organizations, political parties, civic and advocacy groups, government agencies, and citizens. Thearchive was developed by WebArchivist.org in collaboration with theU.S. Library of Congress, the Internet Archive and the Center forCommunication and Civic Engagement at the University ofWashington. WebArchivist.org managed the identification and catalogingprocesses and developed the interface to the archived collection.
September 11 Web Archive
This project, a collection of approximately 25,000Web sites potentially relevant to the September 11, 2001 terroristattacks in the United States, was a collaboration ofthe U.S. Library of Congress, the Internet Archive, the Pew Internet and American LifeProject, and WebArchivist.org. Dailyimpressions of sites were collected between September 11, 2001 andDecember 1, 2001. WebArchivist.org contributions included siteidentification, cataloging, analysis, and the creation of reportsexamining the Web responses of government, religious and individualcitizen site producers.
Student Project Archiving System
This demonstration project wasdeveloped by WebArchivist.org to facilitate the collection of Web-basedstudent projects by college instructors. The project was acollaborative effort with Professor Russell Kahn of the SUNY Instituteof Technology. The system allows faculty members to create projectrecords, enables students to enter relevant data, including URL,associated with individual projects, and directs a Web crawler toarchive the project at a specified interval. Faculty members are ableto assess and evaluate the development of student projects during thecourse of a semester. The system also serves as a portfolio managerfor students. WebArchivist.org developed interfaces for faculty, studentsand the overall archive, and manages the crawling process for theproject.
Internet & Elections Project Web Archive
This project is a collection of pagesfrom more than 4,000 sites relevant to elections in morethan 20 different countries in Europe, Asia and North America in 2004and 2005. The archive was based on identification work done byscholars participating in the Internet andElections Project, an international project focused on comparativestudy of the Web in national elections occurring around the world in2004-2006. The project was co-directed by N. Jankowski (Netherlands),R. Kluver (Singapore), K. Foot (United States) and S. Schneider(United States). WebArchivist.org systems were used to identify andanalyze Web materials, and crawl and archive Web objects.