Thursday, 15 June

  #WAweek2017  Abstracts   Full programme

 Wednesday Friday

Please note that, because of restrictions on the venue size, it will not be possible to attend this technical track if you did not select it when you registered for the conference online

Senate House

BL Knowledge Centre

Track 1, Room 349
Track 2, Chancellor’s Hall Track 3, Room: Eliot
9:00  Registration    

8:30

Arrival/Registration
Tools for web archives analysis & record extraction
Chair: Nicholas Taylor

9:00

Andrew Jackson: Digging documents out of the archived web

9:30

Plenary (Chancellor’s Hall), Chair: Jane Winters

John Sheridan: Web archiving the government

9:30

Nick Ruest & Ian Milligan: Learning to WALK (Web Archives for Longitudinal Knowledge): building a national web archiving collaborative platform
 SLIDES

 

 

10:00

Gregory Wiedeman: Automating access to web archives with APIs and ArchivesSpace

10:30

Break  

10:30

Break
PLENARY PANEL (Chancellor’s Hall)
Chair: Niels Brügger
 
Harvesting tools & strategies
Chair: Ian Milligan

11:00

Web 25: histories from the first 25 years of the World Wide Web
Niels Brügger, Elisabetta Locatelli, Matthew Weber & Federico Nanni

11:00

Jefferson Bailey: Who, what, when, where, why, WARC: new tools at the Internet Archive

SESSION 4A: Room 349
Chair: Valérie Schafer

SESSION 4B: Chancellor’s Hall
Chair: Jason Webber

11:30

Michele C. Weigle, Michael L. Nelson, Mat Kelly & John Berlin: Archive what I see now – personal web archiving with WARCS
12:00

Anat Ben-David & Adam Amram: Of DNS leaks and leaky archival sources: the history of North Korean websites on the Internet Archive 12:00 Pamela Graham: How do we do it?: Collection development for web archives

12:20

Helena Byrne: A comparative analysis of URLs referenced in British publications relating to London 2012 summer Olympic & Paralympic Games

12:00

Lozana RossenovaIlya Kreymer & Dragan Espenschied: Containerized browsers and archive augmentation

12:30

Lunch

12:40

 Lunch

12:30

Lunch
SESSION 5A:
Room 349
Chair: Valérie Schafer
SESSION 5B: Chancellor’s Hall
Chair: Jonathan Blaney
Leveraging APIs
Chair: Nicholas Taylor

14:00

Harry Raffal: Tracing the online development of the Ministry of Defence (MoD) and the armed forces through the UK Web Archive

14:00

Sharon Healy: The web archiving of Irish elections campaigns: a case study into the usefulness of the Irish web archive for researchers and historians

13:30

Fernando Melo & João Nobre: Arquivo.pt API: enabling automatic analytics over historical web data

14:30

Ian Milligan: ‘Pages by kids, for kids’: unlocking childhood and youth history through the GeoCities web archive

14:30

Steven M. Schneider: Blogging on September 11, 2001: demonstrating a toolkit to facilitate scholarly analysis of objects in web archives

14:00

Nicholas Taylor: Lots more LOCKSS for web archiving: boons from the LOCKSS software re-architecture

15:00

Niels Brügger, Ditte Laursen & Janne Nielsen: Methodological reflections about establishing a corpus of the archived web: The case of the Danish web from 2005 to 2015

14:50

Federico Nanni: Two different approaches for collecting, analysing and selecting primary sources from web archive collections

14:30

Jefferson Bailey & Naomi Dushay: WASAPI data transfer APIs: specification, project update, and demonstration

15:10

Bolette Jurik & Eld Zierau:
Data management of web archive research data

15:30

Break 15:40 Break

15:00

Break
SESSION 6A:
Room 349
Chair: Sophie Gebeil
SESSION 6B:
Chancellor’s Hall
Chair: Zeynep Pehlivan
Web archives platforms & infrastructure
Chair: Andrew Jackson

16:00

Helge Holzmann & Thomas Risse: Accessing web archives from different perspectives with potential synergies

16:00

Sara Day Thomson: Preserving social media: applying principles of digital preservation to social media archiving

15:30

Jack Cushman & Ilya Kreymer: Thinking like a hacker: security issues in web capture and playback
SLIDES

16:30

Marta Severo: Using web archives for studying cultural heritage collaborative platforms

 

16:30

Jason Webber: The UK Web Archive SHINE dataset as a research tool

16:00

Mat Kelly & David Dias: A collaborative, secure, and private InterPlanetary WayBack web archiving system using IPFS

16:30

Andrew Jackson, Jefferson Bailey, Kristinn Sigurðsson & Nicholas Taylor: IIPC Tools: fall technical workshop planning discussion
17:00 Close 17:30 Close 17:00 Close
14:00 – 17:00 WORKSHOP (break 15:30 – 16:00):
Room 243
Sigrid Cordell
Diving in: Strategies for teaching with web archives