Varieties of web archiving
("Automation still requires quality assurance"
Perricci's work archiving Occupy Wall Street
You can choose a legacy browser on a site that has obsolete content (eg, Flash and Java)
Captures content for you, but depends on structure of social media sites.
Carnegie Hall case study
"Trying to pull a thread out of a tapestry"
The Snowfall project
This teleconference is a project of the University of Maine's Digital Curation program. For more information, contact ude.eniam@otiloppij.
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In this interactive discussion hosted by the University of Maine's Digital Curation program, Anna Perricci presents new tools and techniques for saving Internet culture for posterity.
In this public webinar, Perricci presents new tools and techniques for saving online data and culture for posterity. Perricci has been working at the leading edge of web archiving for the better part of a decade. After positions at the New York Public Library and ArtStor, Perricci served as a web archiving librarian at Columbia University and a digital archivist for Occupy Wall Street. She's taught web archiving for the Society of American Archivists and been an associate director for Webrecorder, where she helped secure a million-dollar grant to produce and promote this innovative, browser-based tool used to create high-fidelity, interactive captures of websites.
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