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    A global network of experts archiving the Web for future generations.

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    The web is a unique and dynamic resource that is of high value to current and future researchers.

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    IIPC members archive the web on a local, national, and global scale.

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  • Outreach and Education

    Because the web is such a dynamic and visible part of human culture in the 21st century, it has naturally become an integral part of the services offered by educational and cultural heritage institutions. In a few instances, web archives have been used in physical museum exhibits and as components of online exhibits; there are also efforts to involve schoolchildren in the creation of web archive collections in order to engage them with history and highlight the importance of capturing this valuable resource.

    Taking the web archive off the virtual shelf--presenting archived websites in a library exhibition, Maxine Fisher (State Library of Queensland)

    Blog post about the integration of archived websites in museum exhibits. 

    K-12 Web Archiving (Archive-It & Library of Congress) 

    Initiative in which 10 K-12 schools use Archive-It to select and capture web content for archiving. 

    This case study is part of a Web Archiving Use Cases report written by Emily Reynolds for the Library of Congress. 
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