Archive-It Partner News, November 2022

November 16th, 2022

by the Archive-It team

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ICYMI: Annual virtual meeting materials are online

Thanks to all who joined our third virtual Archive-It Partner Meeting! Missed us live? You can catch up anytime with recordings and recaps, starting here on the Archive-It blog.

Seeking ARCH pilot partners

Interested in piloting new services to facilitate computational use of web archives? Apply today, and join a growing community of researchers, archivists, and digital humanities scholars. Pilot partners will gain early access to web archive visualization and analysis tools in exchange for user experience feedback.

Documenting Latin American women’s rights movements

Archived Unleashed cohort member and Archive-It partner Huellas Incómoda is preserving the history of feminist movements in Latin America. At a recent seminar, the team discussed the initiative to involve more Spanish speaking voices in web archives and examine language expressions used by women’s rights movements. Read more about their efforts and how to nominate websites for inclusion in this blog post.

What we’re reading

Tech and Training

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Research Use of Web Archives

Curious about the research use of web archives? Join the SAA Web Archiving Section for a Coffee Chat with Dr. Ian Milligan on December 6, 2022 to explore use cases and the Archives Unleashed project. Register here.

Game Walkthroughs and Web Archiving

Join Travis Reid of Old Dominion University for a free webinar on Game Walkthroughs and Web Archiving on December 14, 2022 to learn how a gaming concept was applied to the web archiving process. Part of the IIPC Research Speaker Series (RSS), you can find registration information here on the IIPC website.

WARCnet Special Report recording available

Contributors Bingham, Byrne, Healy, and Schmid summarize their collaborative work on WARST’s 2022 report in a presentation for the Aarhus Closing Conference 2022. Watch the video anytime here.

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Canadian Communication Foundation
Chinese American Librarians Association
Office of U.S. Senator Pat Toomey
Office of U.S. Senator Richard Shelby
Qatar National Library
St. Paul University Philippines
U.S. House of Representatives, House Committee on Oversight and Reform