Web Archiving Roundup: February, 2019

You can still register for AASLH’s webinar Web Archiving: What, Why, and How, the webinar will take place on February 28 @3:00pm EST.

Archive-It will host an advanced training session on February 26 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada), the session will focus on Archive-It as a Reference Tool.

The National Videogame Foundation in collaboration with Bath Spa University and funded by the British Academy and Leverhulme Trust, released a White Paper titled Game Over? Curating, Preserving and Exhibiting Videogames.

Richard Ovenden, Bodley’s Librarian, has an article in The Economist about digital preservation.

Ilya Kreymer, Webrecorder Lead Developer, shares his Code4Lib 2019 presentation slides.

A new release of web crawler project Heritrix 3 is now available.

Middlebury Facebook group Middlebury Memes for Crunchy Teens to be archived by Special Collections.

PhD candidate Rhiannon Lewis writes a response to the DPC’s Briefing Day on web archiving for community and individual archives.

New version of Web Archiving Integration Layer (WAIL) for macOS is now available.

Shawn M. Jones writes a blog post for the Web Science and Digital Libraries Research Group at Old Dominion University regarding Google+ shutting down.

Stanford Libraries receives a $25 million grant to preserve Silicon Valley Archives

PANDORA, Australia’s Web Archive, initially established by the National Library of Australia celebrates its 10 year anniversary.

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