We have been working to get the word out about the presentation at the Bentley Historical Library later next week on Web Archiving.
Aren’t sure what “Web Archiving” is but want to learn about how organizations are attempting to preserve the giant portion of our cultural legacy that is now housed on the World Wide Web? Then this just may be an event for you!
The focus of the talk will be on harvesting and curating web collections.
The Digital Curation team from the Bentley will be giving the talk on how they approached their web projects, setting up a quality assurance process and other issues/lessons learned from their experience. The staff will also demo the California Digital Library tool for the class. Please note that space for this event is limited! If capacity is reached, you will be contacted by email if you are waitlisted.
Use the following form to RSVP:
The event is free and open to anyone interested. It is a chance to learn more about this exciting practice! Spots are already filling up so RSVP ASAP if you want a chance to attend this great event!
If you are interested but have questions, please feel free to email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location and Time:
The event will be held Thursday, September 26th from 3-5pm at:
Bentley Historical Library
1150 Beal Avenue Ann Arbor, MI 48109
About the Bentley Web Archives…
The Bentley Historical Library Web Archives is separated into two collections: then University of Michigan Web Archives, which is dedicated to the documentation and preservation of University of Michigan online resources of unique, essential, and enduring value; and the Michigan Historical Collections, which is committed to documenting the history and everyday life of the State of Michigan. To learn more, you can visit their respective websites at:
Not an on-campus student but would still like to attend?
Not a problem! Participants are able to observe the presentation online. Please just specify in your RSVP how you will be joining us.