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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Archive-It Partner Since: May, 2013

Organization Type: Other Institutions

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 The LDS Church History Department’s traditional functions of acquiring, cataloging, preserving, and sharing materials include web content, such as web sites, blogs, social media, etc. The World Wide Web (Internet) is temporary by nature and web content can change, move, or disappear without notice. For this reason the LDS Church History Department maintains “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Web Archive Collection” (LDS Web Archive Collection) to preserve, not only official LDS Church produced web-published content, but, also selected web-published content whose owner grants permission for inclusion in the LDS Web Archive Collection.  The LDS Web Archive Collection includes selected web content of enduring historical, cultural, and social value for present and future generations of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons), as well as scholars, and researchers. The LDS Web Archive captures, preserves, and make accessible LDS Church produced information published on the web. The web archive includes videos, tweets, and websites dating from 1996 to present. The Internet Archive’s Archive-it software is used to capture selected content.  Some types of web content are difficult to capture and archive. They are: • URLS that contain a # • Javascript • Post Requests • Streaming and downloadable media • Password protected sites • Dynamic content • Form and database driven content • Robots.txt exclusions • Sites protected by a "CAPTCHA"-style login process.  Printing should be done from the live web site and not from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Web Archive Collection.

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Magazines (Church-produced): Web archive

Archived since: May, 2016


The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) publishes several monthly magazines, which are generally intended for members of the LDS (Mormon) Church. These include:

Ensign — a monthly magazine for adult members that contains stories, sermons and (every May and November) talks given at the Church's semiannual general conferences. Liahona — a monthly worldwide magazine published for adult, youth, and children. It’s published in more than 40 language. It also contains local content relating to various countries and languages. New Era — a monthly magazine for youth of the Church (ages 12-18). Content is intended to help prepare them for their future by the publication of the teachings of Church leaders and real-life experiences of other youth. Friend — a monthly magazine for children that includes messages from Church leaders, as well as stories, activities, and content from children.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Blogs & Social Media Society & Culture Liahona (Magazine) New Era (Magazine),  Ensign (Magazine) ,  Friend (Magazine)

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