Weekly web archiving roundup for the week of January 14, 2015:
- “Tracking Down the Elusive ‘Treasure House for Learning’“, from Lynda Schmitz Fuhrig. How we share information and spread knowledge has changed drastically from when the Smithsonian Institution unveiled its first homepage in May 1995.
- “Case Study: Web Archiving Ends the Screenshot Era for the Seattle Humane Society“, from Smarsh, Inc. Read the case study to learn how the organization simplified a potentially complex problem and now preserves its valuable content with Smarsh Web Archiving.
- “NYARC – Web Archiving Quality Assurance (QA)“, from NYARC. Procedural guide and reference source for issues specific to assuring the quality of specialist art historical resources collected from the web by the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC), using the Internet Archive’s software service Archive-It.
- “Announcing a New Partnership: California Digital Library, UC Libraries, and Internet Archive’s Archive-It Service“, by Rosalie Lack. The CDL and the UC Libraries are partnering with Internet Archive’s Archive-It Service. In the coming year, CDL’s Web Archiving Service (WAS) collections and all core infrastructure activities, i.e., crawling, indexing, search, display, and storage, will be transferred to Archive-It.