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Presentations

On this web page you will find the presentations from the WARCnet kickoff meeting 4-6 May 2020. The presentations are organised according to the meeting sessions. Presentations are either a video or a slideshow with voice-over. Please note that when you view the slideshows online they do not have the voice-over, you will have to download the slideshow to view it with sound.

Monday 4 May

Welcome to WARCnet

Presentation by Niels Brügger

First session: Web Archives

the French Web Archive

Alexandre Chautemps: the French web archive

Web archiving without a legal deposit

Kees Teszelszky: Web archiving without a legal deposit: the Dutch webarchive of KB-NL

From linear to non-linear broadcast contents

Eleonore Alquier: From linear to non-linear broadcast contents: considering an “augmented audiovisual archive”

The Luxembourg Web Archive

Ben Els: The Luxembourg Web Archive

Keynote speaker

Web archives as a critical method for the future of digital research

Keynote speaker Matthew S. Weber: Web archives as a critical method for the future of digital research

Tuesday 5 May

First session: Web Archives (continued)

Netarkivet

Ditte Lauersen: The Danish national Web archive, Netarkivet

The promise of web archiving in Belgium

Eveline Vlassenroot: The promise of web archiving in Belgium

The UK Web Archive

Jason Webber: The UK Web Archive

Web Archives: An overview of developments in Ireland

Sharon Healy & Michael Kurzmeier: Web archives in Ireland

Web Archives and Digital Humanities    

Katharina Schmid: Web Archives and Digital Humanities 

Data Friction, Context and the 'Allure of Computation'

Jessica Ogden: Data Friction, Context and the 'Allure of Computation' in the UK Web Archive    

April Fools in the Web    

Caroline Nyvang: April Fools in the Web     

WG1: Comparing entire web domains

Beyond commensurability

Anat Ben-David: Beyond commensurability: developing a framework for comparative web archive research?    

Negotiating the archives of UK web space    

Jane Winters: Negotiating the archives of UK web space 

Contextualizing and engaging with Web domains

Valérie Schafer: Contextualizing and engaging with Web domains       

Studies of the Danish web using Netarkivet  

Janne Nielsen: Studies of the Danish web using Netarkivet    

Definition and Representation of National Web Domains across Web archives

Eld Zierau: Definition and Representation of National Web Domains across Web archives

Preservation of EU websites

Els Breedstraet: Preservation of EU websites: Web archiving at the Publications Office of the EU    

Networks of Power

Signe Sophus Lai & Sofie Flensburg: Networks of Power: The Political Economy of Historical Web Infrastructures        

WG2: Analysing transnational events

Studying European events

Valérie Schafer: Studying European events: feedback on a pedagogical experiment        

A multiscalar approach: the case of past uses online since the 2000

Sophie Gebeil: A multiscalar approach: the case of past uses online since the 2000s        

IIPC transnational events        

Olga Holownia: IIPC transnational events        

The Shapes of Archives and Memory         

Helle Strandgaard Jensen: The Shapes of Archives and Memory       

Museums on the Web        

Karin de Wild: Museums on the Web        

Keynote Speaker

You shouldn’t need to be a web historian to use web archives

Keynote speaker Ian Milligan: You shouldn’t need to be a web historian to use web archives: Lowering barriers to access through community and infrastructure

Wednesday 6 May

WG3: Digital research methods and tools

Ina and BnF web archive tools for researchers   

Sophie Gebeil: Ina and BnF web archive tools for researchers    

Digital Methods for Web History        

Anne Helmond: Digital Methods for Web History        

Large-scale studies using Netarkivet's HPC

Janne Nielsen: Large-scale studies using Netarkivet's HPC 'Deic National Cultural Heritage Cluster        

Methods for Retrospective Web Archiving        

Anat Ben-David: Methods for Retrospective Web Archiving        

Deriving Specific Small-Scale Collections from Web Archives        

Federico Nanni: Deriving Specific Small-Scale Collections from Web Archives        

Hand me the data!

Ulrich Have: Hand me the data! What you should know as a humanities researcher before asking for data from a web archive    

Overwhelmed by Code

Derren Wilson: Overwhelmed by Code: studying professional web designers through web archives    

Engaging Students in web archival research    

Max Odsbjerg Pedersen: Engaging Students in web archival research    

WG4: Research Data Management across borders and synergies between WG's

When the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing

Peter Webster: When the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing: research data management for Web archive studies    

Web-archives for Open Science

Sally Chambers: Web-archives for Open Science: How FAIR can we go?  

        

Research data Management across borders

Niels Brügger: Research data Management across borders: Challenges and possible solutions