Archive-It Partner News, January 2023

January 19th, 2023

Upcoming: ARCH Data Analysis Workshops

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The Archiving and Data Services team will be hosting two in-person workshops this spring to introduce librarians, archivists, and scholars to computational methods around analyzing web archives using Archives Research Compute Hub (ARCH).

Learn more about the objectives and agendas for these events and review details for upcoming application deadlines using the links above.

Community News

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Windows of Understanding

Jacquelyn Oshman, of New Brunswick Free Public Library, celebrates the sixth year of ‘Windows of Understanding: We See Through Hate,’ an innovative local initiative bringing awareness, through art, to social justice issues impacting the community. The initiative aims to inspire and connect people with social justice organizations in the community working to address these issues. Check out our blog to learn more about the project and browse New Brunswick Free Public Library’s evolving web archive.

The Importance of Preserving 3D Imagery

Archiving contemporary web resources about the techniques of creating and displaying 3D photography (also known as stereoscopic photography) brings new life to the history of the art form. Ken Kovar, with Chicago3d, shares his experience using Archive-It to preserve the history and dialogues of a passionate community of artists and technologists. You can read more about Chicago3d’s work and browse their collection on our blog.

What we’re reading

Tech and Training

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Archive-It Training Services

Do you have resolutions to improve your web archiving workflow in the new year? We’re here to help! Whether you’re looking for a demonstration of our services, a refresher for your team, or a deeper dive into more advanced topics, you can use our training request form to start the scheduling process. Just tell us a bit about your training objectives and your availability, and we’ll do the rest.

Supporting Computational Research on Large Digital Collections

Watch as Jefferson Bailey, Nick Ruest, Abigail Potter, and Meghan Ferriter presented at the CNI Fall meeting, demonstrating applications of machine learning and artificial intelligence in library and archival contexts.

Check the Help Center for the latest updates and support

A warm welcome to our newest partners!

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