Tag: web archiving

Completing the Archives, or How We’re Extending the Life of Web-Based Digital Scholarship

We are excited to announce a milestone in our archiving efforts, which have been in careful development since soon after Stanford University Press’s Mellon-funded digital publishing initiative began. Two of SUP’s seven digital web-based publications have now been fully archived, and the public-facing archive packages have been integrated into each publication’s landing page. Visitors to

Emulation progress through collaboration

From the start of SUP’s digital publishing initiative, and even more explicitly in this second grant phase, the longevity of the work we produce and publish has been a high priority. The ephemerality of web-based content is (in?)famous, but with scholarly communication’s entry to the medium, it’s become increasingly important to solidify a means of

Archival Success!

Publications from SUP’s digital initiative now have nearly complete web-archive versions thanks to a 2020 partnership with Webrecorder. With the renewal in 2019 of the Mellon grant supporting the continued publishing of interactive web-based digital monographs at SUP came a more defined focus on the archiving and preservation of those works. In particular, we wanted