Meeting FAQ

The 2013 (international) Web Archiving Meeting, hosted by the Internet Archive’s Archive-It service and The University of Innsbruck (German Department / Innsbruck Newspaper Archive), will be an opportunity for professionals engaged in or curious about web archiving to connect with one another, share best practices, and learn more about web archiving.  In addition, Archive-It partners will have the opportunity to discuss and help plan for the Archive-It 5.0 release and the Archive-It team will provide partner support for partners who have questions about the web application.

Who: Archive-It Partners, institutions and organizations interested or experienced in web archiving, service providers, end users.

What: A day of networking, presentations, hands on training, and discussion related to collecting and curating focused collections of archived content from the web.

Where: University of Innsbruck, Austria: Claudiana, Claudiasaal room, Address: Erzherzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck

When: September 20th, 2013

Why: This is the first time a Archive-It Meeting has been hosted outside of the United States, and we are excited to collaborate with our partners at the University of Innsbruck and invite interested individuals and organizations in and outside of the Archive-It community to join us. This will be an excellent opportunity for end users and curators to discuss their web archiving needs.

How Do I Register?

Registration for the meeting is now open (see link at the top/right). Registration is free.  Please check back here for more updates as well as a detailed conference schedule.

Where should I stay?

For more information about hotel and dining option in Innsbruck, please see our Accommodations and Dining page.

Can I present my web archive related research, project, or work?

We have open spaces for presentations, and encourage attendees to share their work. Presentations will be brief (between 10-20 minutes) depending on how much discussion is included. Please use the registration form to propose a talk.

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