Archive-It Educational Partnerships

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The Archive-It team works with a number of academic programs in iSchools, Library,  Archives, and Information Science programs,  preservation programs, humanities disciplines, and other graduate-level classes to facilitate the use of Archive-It in instruction and pedagogy. Our goal is to work with educational programs to support essential skill building in collecting, preserving, and making accessible cultural heritage on the web.

As part of educational partnerships, Archive-It provides partners with subsidized accounts for its Archive-It web archiving service, which includes web application training, student user support, and permanent online access to student collections. Program staff all offer input and feedback on curriculum design or assignment details, and help promote student work and class outcomes. In return, students build unique collections for long-term preservation and instructors provide valuable input and ideas on integrating digital archiving tools into pedagogy.

Since 2010, Educational Partners have included schools such as:

More information on Educational Partnerships, included sample syllabi and assignments, can be found in the Archive-It Help Center, here: Educational Partnerships.

If you are interested in using Archive-It in your graduate or undergraduate class and becoming an educational partner, contact us for more information. For teachers interested in using Archive-It  in a K-12 class or school program, please visit the K12 Web Archiving Program page.

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