How do we capture the ephemerality and changeability of websites?
Do we need an international project for web archiving?
What analytical tools and skills do we need to effectively use web archive resources in research?
Is the term 'web archive' holding back archiving the web?
This conversation was moderated by David Gauntlett, Professor of Media and Communications (University of Westminster) with contributions from Richard Rogers, Professor of New Media and Culture and Chair of Media Studies (University of Amsterdam), Niels Brügger, Director and an Associate Professor of Internet Studies at the Centre for Internet Studies (Aarhus University, Denmark), Helen Hockx-Yu, Head of Web Archiving (British Library), David Berry, Reader in Digital Media in the School of Media, Film and Music (University of Sussex) and Michel Hockx, Professor of Chinese at SOAS (University of London).
Recorded at the British Library on 26 September 2013
MP3 file, 1 hr 32 mins 3 secs, 42.14 MB