Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view.

Please note that all times are shown in the time zone of the conference. The current conference time is: 19th May 2024, 01:40:59am CEST

 
 
Session Overview
Date: Wednesday, 24/Apr/2024
9:00am
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10:00am
REGISTRATION: General Assembly (For IIPC members only)
10:00am
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10:10am
Opening Remarks
Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
10:10am
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10:20am
Chair Address
Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
10:20am
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11:00am
IIPC Strategic Plan 2026-2031
Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
11:00am
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11:30am
BREAK
11:30am
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12:30pm
Training Working Group meeting
Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
Chair: Claire Newing, The National Archives (UK)
MEETINGS: Tools Development Portfolio meeting
Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
Chair: Gil Hoggarth, The British Library

This meeting is an in-person continuation of the bi-monthly online technical calls, and the key agenda items were determined by the participants of the calls. All members are welcome to attend.
Agenda

  1. Update on current projects
  2. Mapping tools used by members
  3. Long-term support for tools
  4. Prioritization of open-source software issues to consider for IIPC maintenance support
  5. Technical training proposal
  6. AOB
Content Development Working Group meeting
Location: Aquarium [François-Mitterrand site]
Chair: Alex Thurman, Columbia University Libraries
Chair: Nicola Bingham, British Library
  • Welcome and introduction (Alex and Nicola)
    • Overview of agenda for the meeting 
  • Updates from co-Chairs
    • Data budget
    • Overview of collections 2023-24
    • Covid 19 collection summary 
  • Collections 
    • Ukraine Collection
    • Street Art
    • Ongoing collections  
      • Olympic/Paralympic Committees
      • International Governmental Organisations
    • Paris Olympics and Paralympics 2024
    • Feedback from the group if running their own Olympics collections
  • Change in CDG co-chairs
    • Introduce Shereen Tay, new co-chair
    • Overview of what is involved in co-chairing and call for volunteers
  • Discussion and questions 
  • Close and Thanks
  • 12:30pm
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    1:30pm
    LUNCH
    1:30pm
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    2:00pm
    REGISTRATION: Pre-Conference WAC Workshops
    2:00pm
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    3:30pm
    WORKSHOP #01: Training the Trainers - Helping Web Archiving Professionals become Confident Trainers
    Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
     

    Training the Trainers - Helping Web Archiving Professionals become Confident Trainers

    Claire Newing1, Ricardo Basílio2, Lauren Baker3, Kody Willis4

    1: The National Archives, United Kingdom; 2: Arquivo.pt, Portugal; 3: Library of Congress, United States of America; 4: Internet Archive, United States of America

    IIPC Strategic Planning: breakout sessions
    Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
    WORKSHOP #02: Leveraging Parquet Files for Efficient Web Archive Collection Analytics
    Location: Aquarium [François-Mitterrand site]
     

    Leveraging Parquet Files for Efficient Web Archive Collection Analytics

    Sawood Alam1, Mark Phillips2

    1: Internet Archive, United States of America; 2: University of North Texas, United States of America

    3:30pm
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    3:45pm
    BREAK
    3:45pm
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    5:15pm
    WORKSHOP #03: Crafting Appraisal Strategies for the Curation of Web Archives
    Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
     

    Crafting Appraisal Strategies for the Curation of Web Archives

    Melissa Wertheimer

    Library of Congress, United States of America

    IIPC Technical Training
    Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Gil Hoggarth, The British Library

    15:45-15:50 Introductions
    15:50-16:40 Presentation: Using a Shell Script to Start Browsertrix in a Docker Container [Antares Reich, Austrian National Library]

    •  Approach & the Script
    •  Monitoring
    • Profile Validation
    • Rewriting and ingest into NetArchiveSuite
    • Q&A

    16:40-17:10 Technical training: brainstorming session
    17:10-17:15 Wrap-up

    WORKSHOP #04: Run Your Own Full Stack SolrWayback (2024)
    Location: Aquarium [François-Mitterrand site]
     

    Run Your Own Full Stack SolrWayback (2024)

    Thomas Egense, Victor Harbo Johnston, Anders Klindt Myrvoll

    Royal Danish Library

    7:00pm
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    8:30pm
    WELCOME RECEPTION
    Location: Salle Ovale [Richelieu site]
    Date: Thursday, 25/Apr/2024
    9:00am
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    10:00am
    REGISTRATION: Web Archiving Conference (WAC)
    10:00am
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    10:15am
    Opening Remarks
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    10:15am
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    11:15am
    Keynote panel: Here Ya Free! Crossed views on Skyblog, the French pioneer of digital social networks
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Emmanuelle Bermès, Ecole des chartes
    11:15am
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    11:20am
    SHORT BREAK
    11:20am
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    12:40pm
    SESSION #01: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Andrea Goethals, National Library of New Zealand
     
    11:20am - 11:40am

    Re-imagining Large-Scale Search & Discovery for the Library of Congress’s .gov Holdings

    Benjamin Lee

    Library of Congress, United States of America



    11:40am - 12:00pm

    Extending Classification Models with Bibliographic Metadata: Datasets and Results

    Mark Phillips1, Cornelia Caragea2, Seo Yeon Park2, Praneeth Rikka1, Saran Pandi2

    1: University of North Texas, United States of America; 2: University of Illinois Chicago, United States of America



    12:00pm - 12:20pm

    Utilizing Large Language Models for Semantic Search and Summarization of International Television News Archives

    Sawood Alam1, Mark Graham1, Roger Macdonald1, Kalev Leetaru2

    1: Internet Archive, United States of America; 2: GDELT Project, United States of America



    12:20pm - 12:40pm

    MeshWARC: Exploring the Semantic Space of the Web Archive

    Amr Sheta2, Mohab Yousry2, Youssef Eldakar1

    1: Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt; 2: Alexandria University, Egypt

    SESSION #02: Unique Content
    Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Meghan Lyon, Library of Congress
     
    11:20am - 11:40am

    80 Thousand Pages On Street Art: Exploring Techniques To Build Thematic Collections

    Ricardo Basílio

    Arquivo.pt, Portugal



    11:40am - 12:00pm

    Saving Ads: Assessing and Improving Web Archives’ Holdings of Online Advertisements

    Christopher Rauch1, Mat Kelly1, Alexander Poole1, Michele C Weigle2, Michael L Nelson2, Travis Reid2

    1: Drexel Univesity, United States of America; 2: Old Dominion University, United States of America



    12:00pm - 12:20pm

    Put it Back! Archived Memes in Context

    Valérie Schafer

    University of Luxembourg



    12:20pm - 12:40pm

    Working Together to Capture, Preserve and Provide Access to Digital Artworks

    Claire Newing1, Tom Storrar1, Patricia Falcao2, Sarah Haylett2, Jane Kennedy2

    1: The National Archives, United Kingdom; 2: Tate, United Kingdom

    WORKSHOP #05: Unlocking Access: Navigating Paywalls and Ensuring Quality in Web Crawling (Behind Paywall Websites - Crawl, QA & More)
    Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
     

    Unlocking Access: Navigating Paywalls and Ensuring Quality in Web Crawling (Behind Paywall Websites - Crawl, QA & More)

    Anders Klindt Myrvoll1, Thomas Martin Elkjær Smedebøl1, Samuli Sairanen2, Joel Nieminen2, Antares Reich3, László Tóth4

    1: Royal Danish Library; 2: National Library of Finland; 3: Austrian National Library; 4: National Library of Luxembourg

    12:40pm
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    1:40pm
    LUNCH
    1:40pm
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    3:00pm
    SESSION #03: Contextual
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Moises Rockembach, University of Coimbra
     
    1:40pm - 2:00pm

    Averting the “Digital Dark Age”: The Digital Preservation Moment and the Birth of Modern Web Archiving, 1994-1996

    Ian Milligan

    University of Waterloo, Canada



    2:00pm - 2:20pm

    The Form Of Websites: Studying The Formal Development Of Websites, The Case Of Professional Danish Football Clubs 1996-2021

    Niels Brügger

    Aarhus University, Denmark



    2:20pm - 2:40pm

    Challenges of Putting Web Archives in a Comprehensive Context: the Case of Vdl.lu

    Carmen Noguera

    University of Luxembourg

    SESSION #04: Delivery & Access
    Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Lauren Ko, University of North Texas Libraries
     
    1:40pm - 2:00pm

    Renascer Project Brings Back Old Websites at Arquivo.pt

    Ricardo Basílio, Daniel Gomes

    Arquivo.pt, Portugal



    2:00pm - 2:20pm

    Preserving the Uncrawlable: Serving the Server

    Andrew McDonnell

    University of Kentucky, United States of America



    2:20pm - 2:40pm

    Lost and Found in Cyberspace: Reconstructing MultiTorg

    Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen

    National Library of Norway



    2:40pm - 3:00pm

    Towards Multi-Layered Access with Automatic Classification

    Jon Carlstedt Tønnessen, Thomas Langvann

    National Library of Norway

    WORKSHOP #06: Browser-Based Crawling For All: Introduction to Quality Assurance with Browsertrix Cloud
    Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
     

    Browser-Based Crawling For All: Introduction to Quality Assurance with Browsertrix Cloud

    Andrew Jackson1, Anders Klindt Myrvoll2, Ilya Kreymer3

    1: Digital Preservation Coalition, United Kingdom; 2: Royal Danish Library; 3: Webrecorder, United States of America

    3:00pm
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    3:30pm
    BREAK
    3:30pm
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    4:30pm
    SESSION #05: Collaborations
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Helena Byrne, The British Library
     
    3:30pm - 3:50pm

    LGBT+ and Religion: Queering Web Archive Research

    Jesper Verhoef

    Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands



    3:50pm - 4:10pm

    Enter The Trading Zone: When Web Archivists And Researchers Meet To Explore Transnational Events In Archived Web Collections

    Susan Aasman1, Anat Ben-David2, Niels Brügger3

    1: University of Groningen, Netherlands; 2: Open University of Israel; 3: Aarhus University, Denmark



    4:10pm - 4:30pm

    Web Archiving, Open Access, & Multi-Custodialism

    Monica Westin, Jefferson Bailey

    Internet Archive, United Kingdom

    SESSION #06: Legal & Ethical
    Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Jeffrey van der Hoeven, National Library of the Netherlands
     
    3:30pm - 3:50pm

    Intellectual Property & Privacy Concerns of Web Harvesting in the EU

    Anastasia Nefeli Vidaki

    Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium



    3:50pm - 4:10pm

    DSM to the Rescue? Implications of the new EU Copyright Directive for Social Media Archiving: the Case of the Belgian Transposition and the Cultural Heritage Archives in Flanders.

    Ellen Van Keer, Rony Vissers

    meemoo, Belgium



    4:10pm - 4:30pm

    Digital Legal Deposit beyond the web

    Vladimir Tybin

    National Library of France

    PANEL #01: “Can we capture this?”: Assessing Website Archivability Beyond Trial and Error
    Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Martin Klein, Los Alamos National Laboratory
     

    “Can we capture this?”: Assessing Website Archivability Beyond Trial and Error

    Meghan Lyon1, Calum Wrench2, Tom Storrar3, Nicholas Taylor4

    1: Library of Congress, United States of America; 2: MirrorWeb, United Kingdom; 3: The National Archives, United Kingdom; 4: Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States of America

    4:30pm
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    4:40pm
    BREAK
    4:40pm
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    5:20pm
    LIGHTNING TALKS
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Martin Klein, Los Alamos National Laboratory
     

    Generative AI In Streamlining Web Archiving Workflows

    Lok Hei Lui

    University of Toronto, Canada



    Scaling Web Archiving: The Challenges of Deduplication

    Alex Dempsey

    Internet Archive, United States of America



    WARC-ing Legacy Archived Web Sites

    Annabel Walz

    Archive of Social Democracy (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung), Germany



    Describing Collections with Datasheets for Datasets

    Emily Maemura1, Helena Byrne2

    1: University of Illinois, United States of America; 2: British Library, United Kingdom



    Visualizing the Web History of the Pandemic COVID-19 outbreak in México: Last Stage

    Carolina Silva Bretón

    National Library of México / Bibliographical Research Institute, Mexico



    Towards A Formal Registry Of Web Archives For Persistent And Sustainable Identification

    Eld Zierau1, Jon Tonnessen2, Anders Myrvoll1

    1: Royal Danish Library; 2: National Library of Norway



    Digital Storytelling: Creating An Exhibition Of Web-born And Mobile Narratives

    Ian Cooke, Giulia Carla Rossi

    British Library, United Kingdom

    5:20pm
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    5:30pm
    DROP-IN TALKS
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Martin Klein, Los Alamos National Laboratory
     

    Web Archives in Documenting AI History

    Juliette Benguigui

    Ecole nationale des chartes, France



    Twenty-year Journey of the Croatian Web Archive (HAW): Key Milestones

    Inge Rudomino

    National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia



    ARK Persistent Identifier Use Cases in Web Archiving

    John Kunze

    ARK Alliance and Ronin Institute, United States of America



    Web Archiving Update from KBR - Belgium

    Friedel Geeraert

    KBR, Belgium



    Dealing with Donors of Web Archives: Challenges and Advice

    Lisa Lawlis

    Archives and Special Collections, Western University, Canada



    History of Web Archive at UNHCR

    Ndahambelela Hertha IIPINGE

    United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Switzerland



    Documenting the Smithsonian on the Web in 2020

    Lynda Schmitz Fuhrig

    Smithsonian Libraries and Archives, United States of America



    Bringing Web Archive to an Informational Commodity: The Standards Path

    Gregory Miura

    Université Bretagne Occidentale / ISO, France



    Why Web Archive Performing Arts?

    Melissa Wertheimer

    Library of Congress, United States of America



    A Comparative Study on ChatGPT: Generated vs. Manual Metadata Creation for Government Reports

    Peter Chan

    Stanford University, United States of America

    5:30pm
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    6:30pm
    POSTER SESSION #1
    Location: Foyer [François-Mitterrand site]
     

    Many Hands Make Light(er) Work: Collaborative Web Lifecycle Management

    Sara Day Thomson, Alice Austin, Stratos Filalithis, Bruce Darby

    University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom



    How To Implement The Long-term Preservation Of The Web? The Journey Of The Publications Office Of The European Union

    Corinne Frappart

    Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg



    Digital Resources – Slovak Web Archive in Context with the New Legislation

    Jana Matúšková, Peter Hausleitner

    University Library in Bratislava, Slovak Republic



    Why WARCs Are Complex But Not Messy

    Iris Geldermans

    National Library of the Netherlands



    Report on the Scholarly Use of Web Archives Across Ireland: The Past, Present & Future(s)

    Helena Byrne1, Sharon Healy2

    1: British Library, United Kingdom; 2: Independent Researcher, Ireland



    Blog to Bytes: Exploring the UK Web Archive’s Blog Posts Through Text Analysis

    Helena Byrne, Carlos Lelkes-Raugal, Joan Francis

    British Library, United Kingdom



    Podcasts Collection At The Bibliothèque Nationale de France: From Experimentation To The Implementation Of a Functional Harvest

    Nola N'Diaye, Clara Wiatrowski

    National Library of France

    7:00pm
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    9:00pm
    DINNER
    Location: Le Belvédère [François-Mitterrand site]
    Date: Friday, 26/Apr/2024
    9:00am
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    10:00am
    REGISTRATION: WAC
    9:15am
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    10:00am
    POSTER SESSION #2
    Location: Foyer [François-Mitterrand site]
     

    Fixing Broken Links with Arquivo404

    Vasco Rato, Daniel Gomes

    Arquivo.pt, Portugal



    From Theory to Practice: The First Steps in Social Media Archiving

    Susanne van den Eijkel1, Zefi Kavvadia2, Lotte Wijsman1

    1: National Archives of the Netherlands; 2: International Institute of Social History, Netherlands



    Some URLs Are Immortal, Most Are Ephemeral

    Kritika Garg1, Sawood Alam2, Michele Weigle1, Michael Nelson1, Jake LaFountain2, Mark Graham2, Dietrich Ayala3

    1: Old Dominion University, United States of America; 2: Internet Archive, United States of America; 3: Protocol Labs, United States of America



    Exploring Web Archives Using Hyphe, A Research Oriented Web Crawler

    Sara Aubry1, Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou2

    1: National Library of France; 2: Sciences Po médialab, France



    After the Social Media Archiving Project in Belgium: Contributing to a Better Archiving Context for Small Heritage Institutions

    Katrien Weyns

    KADOC-KU Leuven, Belgium



    Exploring Polyvocality in Online Narratives of French Colonial Memory Through Web Archives: Methodological and Ethical Considerations

    Sophie Gebeil1, Véronique Ginouves2, Christine Mussard3

    1: Aix-Marseille University, France; 2: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, AMU, France; 3: Aix-Marseille University, France



    Quality Assurance In Webarchiving

    Trienka Rohrbach

    National Library of the Netherlands



    ‘The Least Cool Club in the World’: Building Capacity to Deal with Challenging Crawls at the UK Government Web Archive’s Regex Club

    Jake Bickford

    The National Archives, United Kingdom

    10:00am
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    11:20am
    PANEL #02: Archiving Social Media In An Age of APIcalypse
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Frédéric Clavert, University of Luxembourg
     
    10:00am - 11:00am

    Archiving Social Media In An Age of APIcalypse

    Frédéric Clavert1, Anat Ben David2, Beatrice Cannelli3, Pierre-Carl Langlais4, Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou5, Jerôme Thièvre6

    1: University of Luxembourg; 2: Open University of Israel; 3: School of Advanced Study, University of London, United Kingdom; 4: OpSci, France; 5: Sciences Po médialab, France; 6: National Audiovisual Institute, France

    SESSION #07: Communities I
    Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Dorothée Benhamou-Suesser, National Library of France
     
    10:00am - 10:20am

    Wikipedia Articles Related To Switzerland For Eternity

    Barbara Signori

    Swiss National Library



    10:20am - 10:40am

    A Conceptual Model of Decentralized Storage for Community-Based Archives

    Zakiya Collier, Jon Voss, Bergis Jules

    Shift Collective, United States of America



    10:40am - 11:00am

    Recommendations For Content Advisories In The [-] Web Archive

    Nicola Bingham

    British Library, United Kingdom



    11:00am - 11:20am

    Archiving The Black Web Research & Access In Context - An Update

    Zakiya Collier1, Bergis Jules2, Makiba Foster3

    1: Shift Collective, United States of America; 2: College of Wooster, United States of America; 3: Archiving the Black Web, United States of America

    SESSION #08: Tools
    Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Sawood Alam, Internet Archive
     
    10:00am - 10:20am

    The BnL’s Migration From OpenWayback To A Hybrid PyWb-SolrWayback Engine Powered By S3 Storage

    László Tóth

    National Library of Luxembourg



    10:20am - 10:40am

    WARC-GPT: An Open-Source Tool for Exploring Web Archives Using AI

    Matteo Cargnelutti, Kristi Mukk, Clare Stanton

    Library Innovation Lab, United States of America



    10:40am - 11:00am

    R You Validating These WARCs? Automating Our Validation- And Policy-Checking Processes With R

    Lotte Wijsman, Jacob Takema

    National Archives of the Netherlands



    11:00am - 11:20am

    Machine-Assisted Quality Assurance (QA) in Browsertrix Cloud

    Tessa Walsh, Ilya Kreymer

    Webrecorder, Canada

    11:20am
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    11:50am
    BREAK
    11:50am
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    12:50pm
    PANEL #03: Striking the Balance: Empowering Web Archivists And Researchers In Accessible Web Archives
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Caylin Smith, Cambridge University Libraries
     

    Striking the Balance: Empowering Web Archivists And Researchers In Accessible Web Archives

    Caylin Smith1, Leontien Talboom1, Andrea Kocsis2, Mark Bell3, Alice Austin4

    1: Cambridge University Libraries, United Kingdom; 2: Northeastern University London, United Kingdom; 3: The National Archives, United Kingdom; 4: University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    SESSION #09: Communities II
    Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Melissa Wertheimer, Library of Congress
     
    11:50am - 12:10pm

    Building and Promoting A National Web Archive Through Regional Cooperation: A French Experience

    Anaïs Crinière-Boizet1, Elise Girold2

    1: National Library of France; 2: National University Library of Strasbourg, France



    12:10pm - 12:30pm

    Web Archiving for Preserving the Digital Memory of Brazil

    Jonas Ferrigolo Melo1, Moises Rockembach2

    1: University of Porto, Portugal; 2: University of Coimbra, Portugal



    12:30pm - 12:50pm

    Digital Diaspora: Preserving the Jewish Internet

    Hana Cooper

    National Library of Israel

    SESSION #10: Digital Preservation
    Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Andrea Goethals, National Library of New Zealand
     
    11:50am - 12:10pm

    The Potentials and Challenges for Researchers and Web Archives Using the Persistent Web IDentifier (PWID)

    Caroline Nyvang, Eld Zierau

    Royal Danish Library



    12:10pm - 12:30pm

    Arquivo.pt CitationSaver: Preserving Citations for Online Documents

    Pedro Gomes, Daniel Gomes

    Arquivo.pt, Portugal



    12:30pm - 12:50pm

    Integration of Bit Preservation for Web Archives, Using the Open Source BitRepository.org Framework

    Rasmus Kristensen, Mathias Jensen, Colin Rosenthal, Eld Zierau

    Royal Danish Library

    12:50pm
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    1:50pm
    LUNCH
    1:50pm
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    3:10pm
    PANEL #04: Building Inclusive Web Archives Through Community-Oriented Programs
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Zakiya Collier, Shift Collective
     
    1:50pm - 2:50pm

    Building Inclusive Web Archives Through Community-Oriented Programs

    Jefferson Bailey1, Makiba Foster2, Sumitra Duncan3

    1: Internet Archive, United States of America; 2: The College of Wooster, United States of America; 3: Frick Art Reference Library, United States of America

    SESSION #11: Planning
    Location: Petit Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Nicola Bingham, British Library
     
    1:50pm - 2:10pm

    Public Tenders for web archiving services - The BnL’s approach to balancing autonomy and outsourcing for the Luxembourg Web Archive

    Ben Els, Yves Maurer

    National Library of Luxembourg



    2:10pm - 2:30pm

    Building a Roadmap for Web Archiving Organizational Sustainability in an American Research University Library

    Ruth E. Bryan, Emily Collier

    University of Kentucky Libraries, United States of America



    2:30pm - 2:50pm

    Using Collection Development Policy to Address Critical Collection Gaps

    Rashi Joshi

    Library of Congress, United States of America



    2:50pm - 3:10pm

    Practice Meets Research: Developing a Training Workshop to Support Use of Web Archives in Arts & Humanities Research

    Sara Day Thomson, Anna Talley, Alice Austin

    University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

    SESSION #12: Innovative Harvesting
    Location: Salle 70 [François-Mitterrand site]
    Chair: Bert Wendland, Bibliothèque nationale de France
     
    1:50pm - 2:10pm

    Decentralized Web Archiving and Replay via InterPlanetary Archival Record Object (IPARO)

    Sawood Alam

    Internet Archive, United States of America



    2:10pm - 2:30pm

    Server-Side Web Archiving with ReproZip-Web

    Katherine Boss1, Vicky Rampin1, Rémi Rampin2, Ilya Kreymer3

    1: New York University Libraries, United States of America; 2: New York University, United States of America; 3: Webrecorder, United States of America



    2:30pm - 2:50pm

    A Test of Browser-based Crawls of Streaming Services' Interfaces

    Andreas Lenander Ægidius

    Royal Danish Library



    2:50pm - 3:10pm

    Crawling Toward Preservation of References in Digital Scholarship: ETDs to URLs to WACZs

    Lauren Ko, Mark Phillips

    University of North Texas Libraries, United States of America

    3:10pm
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    3:20pm
    SHORT BREAK
    3:20pm
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    4:20pm
    Closing Keynote with Benoît Sagot
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]
    4:20pm
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    4:30pm
    Closing Remarks
    Location: Grand Auditorium [François-Mitterrand site]

     
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