In 2009 the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) published a report titled, “Long-Term Preservation of Web Archives – Experimenting with Emulation and Migration Methodologies.” The report was written by Andrew Stawowczyk Long, at the National Library of Australia. The report explores practical implementation of preservation actions, such as emulation and migration methodologies, in relation to long-term preservation of meaningful access to content collected in web archives.
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This past June the International Internet Preservation Consortium published a report titled, “Harvesting Practices Report.” The report was written by Michaela Mayr at the Web@rchive Austria, Austrian National Library. It analyzes the current Internet archiving processes and experiences amongst IIPC members to provide a benchmark and an overview of current web archiving practices.
In June 2011 the Oxford Internet Institute, the University of Oxford, and the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) published a new report titled, “Web Archives: The Future(s).” The report examines ways to encourage new users and uses of web archives, new models of web archiving, and new modes of engaging with researchers.
The mission of the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) is to acquire, preserve and make accessible knowledge and information from the Internet for future generations everywhere, promoting global exchange and international relations. Their website contains publications, reports, toolkits, software, and conference material about the long term preservation of websites and Internet content.