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Wednesday, November 9 • 9:35am - 10:30am
#w2b: Archiving+

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Presentation 1
WARC Workflows: A pilot project for the local preservation of institutional web archives
The Archive-It web archiving service is widely used by libraries and cultural institutions to capture web-based content. But Archive-It is not a preservation repository, and encourages distributed local preservation. In this presentation, we will share our WARC workflows and discuss the results of a collaborative local preservation pilot project.
Presenters: Lauren Work, Jamie Little, Laura Capell

Presentation 2
Quality and Quantity: A Discussion of Performing Quality Assurance on Archived Web Pages
This presentation will give an overview of NYARC’s web archiving program. We will share our experiences performing quality assurance (QA) on archived web pages as well as critically engage with the audience to breakdown barriers to entry for people new to the practice.
Presenters: Megan DeArmond, Audrey Lorberfeld

Presentation 3
Snapshot - Web Archiving Metadata Best Practices to Meet User Needs
Archived websites are not easily discoverable via search engines or other discovery tools, and lack of shared metadata practices is a root cause. To address this, OCLC Research has launched a Web Archiving Metadata Working Group that is evaluating existing approaches and will develop best practices to meet user needs.
Presenter: Jackie Dooley

Presentation 4
Snapshot - Hip Hop Narrators, Embeddable Metadata, and Nanopublications: New Ways of Thinking about Metadata and Annotated Publications for Web Discovery, Indexing, and Archiving
What are the ties that bind metadata with the object it describes? This snapshot considers how embedded metadata standards like JSON-LD, RDFa, or Web Manifest files can cast and frame metadata within a Hip Hop MC/voiceover/narrator metaphor wherein new possibilities for discovery, archiving, and publication formats emerge.
Presenter: Jason A. Clark

Session Chairs
avatar for Laurie Allen

Laurie Allen

Assistant Director for Digital Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Libraries
University of Pennsylvania

Speakers
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Laura Capell

Head of Digital Production & Oral Histories, University of Miami Libraries
University of Miami
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Jason A. Clark

Montana State University
MD

Megan DeArmond

New York Art Resources Consortium
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Jackie Dooley

Program Officer, OCLC Research
OCLC Research, special collections and archives
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Jamie Little

University of Miami
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Audrey Lorberfeld

New York Art Resources Consortium
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Lauren Work

University of Virginia


Wednesday November 9, 2016 9:35am - 10:30am
Grand Center

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