More project case studies available

We’re very pleased that all of the project case studies are now available to read online. We posted before about the first five case studies when we added them to our institutional repository. Now the other five have joined them. Searching for Home in the...

IHR workshop on web archiving

On 11 November the IHR held a workshop, ‘An Introduction to Web Archiving for Historians‘, for which we welcomed back two old friends from the BUDDAH project as speakers. The day opened with Jane Winters talking about why historians should be using web...

Project case studies now available

We are delighted that we can now make available five of the case studies written by researchers across the humanities and social sciences. More will be available via this blog soon. At the beginning of the project we had a number of aspirations for what the case...

Web archives as big data

Peter Webster, a member of the project team, here reflects on the conference we held at the IHR on 3 December. Peter writes: In early December the project held an excellent day conference on the theme of web archives as big data. A good part of the day was taken up...