Archive-It Partner News, April 2024

April 17th, 2024

by the Archive-It team

Community News

Save the Date for 2024 Partner Meeting

Archive-It’s annual Partner Meeting returns in person on Wednesday, August 14, 2024 for a half day in Chicago, just ahead of the 2024 ARCHIVES*RECORDS Society of American Archivists (SAA) conference. Registration and event details will be announced soon. We hope you can join us!

Diversifying Access to the Local Historical Record with Community Webs

Community Webs is happy to announce $345,000 in additional support from the National Endowment for the Humanities to digitize and provide open access to more than 411,000 local history collection items from seven Community Webs partners. Read more about what this will mean to the Community Webs program in this blog post.

Community Calendar

Connect with our team at these upcoming events:

What we’re reading

Tech & Training

Screen shot of the Plausible dashboard for analytics.

Who uses web archives: How to collect and share Archive-It analytics

Partners gathered online to learn more about Archive-It Analytics’ integration with Plausible on April 10. Senior Web Archivist Karl-Rainer Blumenthal and Program Manager Monique Lassere  demonstrated how to measure access to Archive-It web archive collections, how to share insight from analytics, and previewed features in development. In case you missed it, you can watch the video any time or read the recap blog post.

Interested in using Analytics with your Archive-It account? Request a Plausible login here and get started tracking!


The National Library of Norway released a software project on GitHub allowing users to validate and manipulate WARC files at the command line. Check out Warchaeology here on its GitHub page.

Check the Help Center for the latest updates and support

A warm welcome to our newest Archive-It partners!

Arts in a Changing America (ArtChangeUS)

Denver Office of Storytelling (Community Webs)

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Michael Naber

Rutgers School of Environmental and Biological Sciences

Tulane University

University of Alaska Fairbanks Rasmuson Library Oral History Program (Community Webs)