Friday, 16 June

Senate House

8:30

Arrival/Registration   Full programme  Abstracts      #WAweek2017
Collection development panel (Chancellor’s Hall)
Chair: Nicola Bingham
Event collection panel (MacMillan Hall)
Chair: Jane Winters

9:00

James R. Jacobs, Pamela M. Graham & Kris Kasianovitz: What’s in your web archive? Subject specialist strategies for collection development
 SLIDES

9:00

Valérie Schafer, Marie Chouleur, Louise Merzeau & Zeynep Pehlivan: Collecting and exploring the ‘now’ and the ‘flow’. A case study on Paris attacks archives
 SLIDES
PLENARY (MacMillan Hall): POSTERS WITH LIGHTNING TALKS
Chair: Olga Holownia

10:00

Tommi Jauhiainen, Heidi Jauhiainen & Petteri Veikkolainen: Language identification for creating national web archives
SLIDES
Martin Klein: Robust Links – a proposed solution to reference rot in scholarly communication
 SLIDES
Herbert Van de Sompel, Michael L. Nelson, Lyudmila Balakireva, Martin Klein, Shawn M. Jones & Harihar Shankar: Uniform access to raw mementos
 SLIDES
Sumitra Duncan: NYARC discovery: promoting integrated access to web archive collections

10:30

João Gomes: Arquivo.pt

10:35

Break
Track 1, Chancellor’s Hall Track 2, MacMillan Hall
Collection policies & assessment
Chair: Ian Milligan
Changing records for scholarship & legal use cases
Chair: Alex Thurman

11:00

Abbie Grotke: Oh my, how the archive has grown: Library of Congress challenges and strategies for managing selective harvesting on a domain crawl scale
 SLIDES

11:00

Martin Klein & Herbert Van de Sompel: Using the Memento framework to assess content drift in scholarly communication  SLIDES

11:30

Ian Cooke: The web archive in the library: collection policy and web archiving – a British Library perspective

11:30

Nicholas Taylor: Understanding legal use cases for web archives
 SLIDES

12:00

Kees Teszelesky: The web archive as a Rubik’s Cube: the case of the Dutch web

12:00

Anastasia Aizman & Matt Phillips: Instruments for web archive comparison in Perma.cc
12:30 Lunch
Transnational web collections
Chancellor’s Hall
Chair: Ian Cooke
Understanding user needs
MacMillan Hall
Chair: Nicola Bingham

14:00

Alex Thurman & Helena Byrne: Archiving the Rio 2016 Olympics: scaling up IIPC collaborative collection development
  SLIDES

14:00

Peter Webster, Chris Fryer & Jennifer Lynch: Understanding the users of the Parliamentary Web Archive: a user research project
 SLIDES

14:30

Els Breedstraet: Creating a web archive for the EU institutions’ websites: achievements and challenges
SLIDES

14:30

Emily Maemura, Nicholas Worby, Christoph Becker & Ian Milligan: Origin stories: documentation for web archives provenance

15:00

Daniel Bicho: Preserving websites of research & development projects
SLIDES

15:00

Jackie Dooley, Alexis Antracoli, Karen Stoll Farrell & Deborah Kempe: Developing web archiving metadata best practices to meet user needs
15:30 Break
National web domains & legal deposit
Chancellor’s Hall

Chair: Ian Cooke
Researcher case studies
MacMillan Hall

Chair: Alex Thurman

16:00

Sabine Schostag: Less is more – reduced broad crawls and augmented selective crawls: a new approach to the legal deposit law   SLIDES

16:00

Jane Winters: Moving into the mainstream: web archives in the press

16:30

Mar Pérez Morillo & Juan Carlos García Arratia: Building a collaborative Spanish web archive and non-print legal deposit

16:30

Cynthia Joyce: Keyword ‘Katrina’: a deep dive through Hurricane Katrina’s unsearchable archive

17:00

Karolina Holub, Inge Rudomino & Draženko Celjak: A glance at the past, a look at the future: approaches to collecting Croatian web
 SLIDES

17:00

Colin Post: The Unending lives of net-based artworks: web archives, browser emulations, and new conceptual frameworks
 PAPER

17:30

CLOSING REMARKS (MacMillan Hall): Emmanuelle Bermès & Jane Winters

17:45

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