The WebART project has organized and participated in a wide variety of events, besides the various conference presentations as summarized on the publications page. A selection:
Web Archiving: Theorized Practices (Digital Heritage Seminar Series) (13 Dec. 2012). WebART organized a seminar at the University of Amsterdam. In this seminar, four speakers, Mike Thelwall, Niels Bruegger, Julien Masanes and Richard Rogers presented about the necessity of developing to explain the proliferation of Web archiving practices and their implications for future research. Read more.
Participation in DMI Winter School, 2013 (22-25 January 2013). WebART participated in the Digital Methods Winter School. In a co-design setting, research scenarios for the Dutch Web archive were developed together with participants in the Winter School. Read more.
Archiving the Web: How to Support Research of Future Heritage? (NWO-CATCH meeting) (19 Apr. 2013). Three keynotes speakers introduced the topic of the support of research of future heritage via web archive. These speakers included Helen Hockx-Yu (British Library), Bill LeFurgy (Library of Congress) and Bernhard Rieder (Associate Professor in Media Studies). Read more.
Scholarly use of Web archives: studying Israeli politics on the Web (28-30 May, 2013). This event consisted of a conference and workshop, taking place at Bar-Ilan University, Israel. A group of 12 participants from different disciplines made use of the WebART search tools. Read more.
Web Archive Search as Research: Methods for Studying Searchable Web Archives (11 Sep. 2013). WebART and the Digital Methods Initiative organized a day of Web Archive analysis and critique, in which New Media researchers participated. Read more.
New Media Research Masters (Nov. 2013). During a seminar in the context of the new media Master at the University of Amsterdam, students created proposals for research using the Dutch Web archive.
Participation in 'Web archiving in the Netherlands' symposium (30 Oct. 2014). WebART participated in this symposium, which brought together researchers and practitioners in a wide variety of organizations in the Netherlands. Read more.