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University of Maryland, iSchool

Archive-It Partner Since: Oct, 2012

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

Organization URL: https://ischool.umd.edu   

Description:

College of Information Studies, University of Maryland

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Baltimore Historic Sites

Archived since: Nov, 2012

Description:

Websites with information on historic sites in Baltimore.

Subject:   Society & Culture

DUST Alternate Reality Game: Ethics

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

This collection includes social media pages and other websites related to the ethics issues explored in the 2015 alternate reality game DUST. Some archived websites for this collection were chosen because they provide contextual information about issues of ethics, long-term thinking, astrobiology, scientific integrity, access to information, genetics, bioethics, and women in science.

Subject:   Science & Health Arts & Humanities Ethics Alternate Reality Games Communication in science Exobiology Women in science Bioethics Genetics--Moral and ethical aspects

DUST Alternate Reality Game: Neurology and Microbiology

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

Neurology and Microbiology sources of DUST ARG

Subject:   Science & Health Blogs & Social Media Microbiology Neurology

DUST Alternate Reality Game: Planetary Science

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

Web sites associated with the alternate reality game DUST and how it relates to planetary science.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Science & Health Society & Culture Planetary Science

District of Columbia University Newspapers

Archived since: Oct, 2012

Description:

An archive of the eight District of Columbia University student newspapers.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Universities & Libraries College student newspapers and periodicals Journalism, College University presses Washington, DC

Joss Whedon

Archived since: Nov, 2012

Description:

Joss Whedon is a popular culture icon. His various television series (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, and Dollhouse, among others) and other projects have garnered a hugely loyal fan base, with numerous fan projects, including fan fiction, fan art, and various websites. Whedon has not only inspired fans; his huge popularity and that of his works has been studied by various scholars as well. However, to gain a complete understanding of why exactly Whedon has so captured the popular imagination, it is important to have access to the various websites about him and with which he interacts. Towards that end, this collection was created to preserve some of those websites and websites with examples of his popularity and how he has infiltrated popular culture.

Subject:   Society & Culture Arts & Humanities Blogs & Social Media Science fiction television programs Superhero television programs Popular Culture Television/Production and direction Television authorship Action television programs

Nobel Prize in Literature

Archived since: Nov, 2012

Description:

Includes websites from the Nobel Prize Organization, leading early-21st century news sources, multi-media sources (including video), social media (or public interaction) sites, and blogs (web logs or online diaries), published in both English and German, on the history and current discussion regarding the Nobel Prize in Literature.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Nobel Prizes--History Nobel Prizes--Biography Nobel Prizes

The Hobbit Movie Release

Archived since: Nov, 2012

Description:

Sites providing news, information and fan discussion of the release of The Hobbit movie (December 14, 2012)

Subject:   Society & Culture Blogs & Social Media The Hobbit The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Entertainment Film Motion pictures--Release

Twilight Fansites

Archived since: Nov, 2012

Description:

Includes fan websites for the Twilight movie/book series just before, during, and after the release of the final movie, Breaking Dawn, Part 2.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Blogs & Social Media Popular Culture Film Studies

Urban Farming

Archived since: Nov, 2012

Description:

Websites describing the urban gardening movement. Includes newspapers, magazines, blogs, and individual community garden sites. These sites offer practical information on how to create a urban garden as well as the social and environmental impact these gardens have.

Subject:   Society & Culture Science & Health Arts & Humanities Agriculture Urban Gardening Community Gardens Vegetable Gardening Sustainable agriculture

Women's Solidarity Marches of Maryland

Archived since: Apr, 2017

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