Web archives and research in the arts & humanities

An AHRC-funded workshop held on Wednesday 26 February at the University of London Senate House. The workshop was organised as part of the Big UK Domain Data for the Arts and Humanities (BUDDAH) project.

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  1. Leading up to the workshop ...
  2. First, there was a brief introduction to the BUDDAH project from the Principal Investigator, Jane Winters. One of the aims of the day was to discuss the bursaries that are available to researchers who would like to work with data derived from UK web space for the period 1996-2013. Details of the bursaries, and how to apply, can be found at:
  3. Next, Peter Webster, Web Archiving Engagement and Liaison Manager at the the British Library, talked about the BL's web archiving policy and practice.
  4. Peter also spoke about some of his own research.
  5. Josh Cowls, from the Oxford Internet Institute, discussed research into UK web space that has been undertaken using link data from 1996 to 2010.
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