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Monday, February 26 • 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Web Archiving SIG

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All are welcome, no prior web archiving experience or data budget required! Brief presentations will be followed by plenty of time for questions and discussion.

Agenda:

From Historic Preservation to the Built Environment: The Evolving Boundaries of Columbia’s Avery Library Web Archive - Alex Thurman, Columbia University Libraries
This presentation focuses on documenting the evolution of the urban built environment through the interplay of historic preservation efforts, parks conservancies, neighborhood associations, infrastructural projects and real estate development, particularly in and around New York City.

Webrecoder.io - Anna Perricci, Rhizome
Update on Webrecorder’s tools for high-fidelity capture and management of collected web archives. In addition, Anna will give a brief demo highlighting how these tools are especially good for capturing dynamic content and social media sites. **Also of possible interest, Anna will be leading the Webrecorder Information Session & Community Forum, Tuesday, February 27th, 11:30-12:30.

Archive-IT – Karl-Ranier Blumenthal, Internet Archive
Update on the Community Webs program and how a similar model could be implemented in the art/museum library community. Also, highlights on new technical developments, training tools, and opportunities for joint art librarian/Archive-It web archiving outreach.

IIPC Training Working Group – Samantha Abrams, Ivy Plus Libraries
Update on the IIPC (International Internet Preservation Consortium) Training Working Group’s inaugural year including the recent survey on training needs, future activities, and goals.

COBWEB Project – Ann Whiteside, Harvard University
Overview of COBWEB, an effort by the California Digital Library, Harvard Library, and UCLA Library to create a collaborative collection development platform supporting the creation of comprehensive web archives by coordinating the independent activities of the web archiving community.

OCLC Web Archiving Metadata Working Group – Rebecca Guenther, Deborah Kempe, Frick Art Reference Library 
Update on the recently released OCLC Web Archiving Metadata Working Group reports and how the guidelines have been incorporated into the NYARC profile.



Moderators
avatar for Sumitra Duncan

Sumitra Duncan

Head, Web Archiving Program, Frick Art Reference Library
avatar for Andrea Puccio

Andrea Puccio

Collections Management Librarian, Clark Art Institute

Monday February 26, 2018 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Hilton: Madison 1335 6th Ave, New York, NY 10019

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