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Survey: How Do You Approach Web Archiving?

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Do you have fifteen minutes to tell the National Digital Stewardship Alliance about your organization’s web archiving activities? If the answer is yes, please contribute to the NDSA Web Archiving Survey. By filling out this short survey, your institution will be part of a multi-year project to track the evolution of web archiving programs in the United States.

The NDSA Content Working Group has been studying web archiving programs in the United States since 2011. The aggregate responses of this  survey and the summary report will be made available later in 2016. Results and observations from the two previous surveys (2011, 2013) are available. Topics covered include: similarities and differences in programmatic approaches, types of content being archived, tools and services being used, access modes being provided and emerging best practices and challenges.

The survey will be open through February 7, 2016.

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