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10 years on Mars

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2014

Description:

Our mission is to capture the public perception of the Mars rovers on their 10th anniversary, and to preserve and provide access to that information for future research.We will collect web pages that address the Mars rovers from three different perspectives on their 10th anniversary, and to preserve and provide access to that information for future research. Official government websites will provide the control information: what was officially released regarding the past ten years exploring Mars. As a counterpoint, we will also capture the popular news and science media’s relation of these events as well as the fringe (conspiracy theorizing, alien spotting and so on) perspectives and reactions.

Subject:   Computers & Technology,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture mars rovers space exploration mars exploration Mars space NASA mars images

2009 H1N1 Influenza A (Swine Flu) Outbreak

Collected by: University of California San Diego

Archived since: Sep, 2015

Description:

Collection of government, news, scientific, and cultural websites relating to the 2009 H1N1 influenza (Swine Flu) outbreak.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Government Spontaneous Events H1N1 influenza

2011 Japan Earthquake

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

Information and news on the 2011 Japan earthquake & tsunami,post-disaster reconstruction, nuclear crisis and its impact on global environment.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Spontaneous Events Earthquake damage--Japan Earthquake aftershocks Tsunami damage--Japan Earthquake magnitude Earthquake relief

2011 Tornado Outbreak

Collected by: University of North Carolina

Archived since: Sep, 2014

Description:

A collection surrounding the historic tornado outbreak of April 2011

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Blogs & Social Media

2012 London Olympics

Collected by: University of South Florida School of Information

Archived since: Feb, 2012

Description:

An overview of web content for the 2012 London Olympics

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health

2014 Ecology and Enviroment

Collected by: Mount Dora High School

Archived since: Oct, 2014

Description:

It shows the issues that we have now in the world and prediction of what will happen if we continue down this path. And also, how we should persenve and protect and restore the enivornment.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

2020 in Websites

Collected by: Toledo Lucas County Public Library

Archived since: Jun, 2020

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Universities & Libraries

AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin

Collected by: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries

Archived since: May, 2016

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Academic Continuity Planning Group website

Collected by: Williams College

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

A group charged with planning academic contingencies in light of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Accion

Collected by: Tufts University

Archived since: Apr, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health

Ad Hoc Committee on Financial Planning

Collected by: Williams College

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

Ad Hoc Committee on Financial Planning site focused on economic response to Covid-19.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries

Advisory Committees

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes materials from HHS-supported Advisory Committees with responsibilities for providing advice or recommendations to the government.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Albert Bandura

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: May, 2017

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health

Alice Eastwood

Collected by: Rooftop Alternative PreK-8 School

Archived since: Apr, 2017

Description:

Many of the world’s greatest scientists and engineers, including Alice Eastwood, have been greatly ignored over the years. Although most people have never heard her name, they should take some time to learn more. Many of the plants that you see in the California Academy of Sciences (nearly 1500 specimens), were saved by her on the day of the 1906 earthquake. She helped document several of the species that we live around today. Though seldom thanked and rarely thought of, It is very important to remember her act of bravery in times of disaster. This archive is created to document her life and her accomplishments as a female scientist in the early 1900s, and note her importance to our time.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Alice Eastwood, Botany, California Academy of Sciences, 1906 Earthquake, Peter Raven

Alternative Energy Sources

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

Alternative Energy Sources

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Government

Alternative Energy Sources_

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

A collection of diverse resources on different forms of alternative energy, aimed at a lay audience of high school students and adults who want to acquaint themselves with the current state of that field.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Government energy Alternative Energy Geothermal Wind Solar Hydroelectric Nuclear

American Society for Microbiology - Eastern Pennsylvania Branch

Collected by: Thomas Jefferson University

Archived since: Dec, 2017

Description:

Established in 1920, the Eastern Pennsylvania Branch of the American Society for Microbiology (EPAASM) is one of the oldest branches of the ASM. It is also one of the most active branches, serving professional microbiologists across Eastern Pennsylvania, Delaware and South/Central New Jersey.

Subject:   Science & Health

Animal Health, Indiana State Board of

Collected by: Indiana State Library

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

Animals have contributed a lot to Indiana's history, providing food, income, recreation, assistance and companionship to millions of Hoosiers everyday. State lawmakers recognized the value of those relationships in 1889, when they created the office of the State Veterinarian and the Livestock Sanitary Commission. Today, that commission, now known as the Board of Animal Health (BOAH), operates under the direction of an 11-member Board of animal industry professionals who meet quarterly to set agency policy. While the original mission to prevent and suppress contagious and infectious diseases among the livestock, has not changed in over 100 years, the scope of BOAH's work has expanded

Subject:   Government - US States,  Science & Health ,  Animals Cattle trade Livestock Food

Animals

Collected by: Rocky Hill School

Archived since: Mar, 2014

Description:

Our websites vary from land animals to water animals and amphibians to reptiles and great pets for the house. We also included mythical creatures like unicorns, dragons, and centaurs. These websites are WILD! ROAR!!

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Animals

Anne Firth Murray

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Mar, 2018

No description.

Subject:   Government,  Science & Health

Anthony E. Siegman Interview

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: May, 2016

Description:

Interview with Anthony E. Siegman conducted by The Optical Society, 2008.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Engineering

Archeological Survey, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Dec, 2010

Description:

The mission of the Oklahoma Archeological Survey is to research Oklahoma's archeological record; to work with state and federal agencies; and the citizens of Oklahoma to preserve significant archeological sites; and to disseminate information about Oklahoma's cultural heritage through publications and presentations.

Subject:   Government Government - US States,  Science & Health

Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Church-produced: Web archive

Collected by: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Archived since: Jan, 2016

Description:

Web-published content for those working on Church design, construction, and maintenance projects for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  Meetinghouse Facilities Department. Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Division Meetinghouse Facilities Department Physical Facilities Department

Asian Carp in the Great Lakes

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Mar, 2011

Description:

Websites related to Asian Carp in the Great Lakes basin.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Government Invasive species Fish

Associated Medical Services

Collected by: University of Western Ontario

Archived since: Apr, 2018

Description:

Associated Medical Services (AMS Healthcare) celebrates 80 years of acting as a catalyst for change in healthcare. By innovating healthcare education and practice, supporting leadership development and advancing research, in both the humanities and health, AMS strives to improve the healthcare of all Canadians.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  History of Medicine Heathcare Canada Nonprofit

Autism Websites

Collected by: Brock University

Archived since: Oct, 2018

No description.

Subject:   Society & Culture Blogs & Social Media,  Science & Health ,  Autism Autistic Autism Spectrum Disorder Asperger Syndrome

Avian Influenza A (H7N9) Virus web archive

Collected by: National Library of Medicine

Archived since: Apr, 2013

Description:

Web resources documenting the HHS response to Avian Influenza A (H7N9) virus

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Aviation History Web Collection

Collected by: University of Miami

Archived since: Oct, 2013

Description:

The collection archives the websites of the Pan Am Historical Foundation, World Wings International and the Clipper Pioneers. These organizations were founded by former employees of Pan American World Airways, Inc. (1927-1991) to preserve the history of the airline. The company was a pioneer in international air travel, the development of aviation equipment, air routes, commercial passenger service, navigation techniques, and communication systems.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Computers & Technology Society & Culture Airlines -- History Pan American World Airways, Inc.

B.C. Hydro’s Site C Project

Collected by: University of British Columbia

Archived since: Jun, 2016

Description:

Documenting the proposal, assessment, and public response to the B.C. Hydro's Site C Dam project. Includes government documents, along with sites illustrating opposition from First Nations groups, environmental advocacy organizations, and other members of the Peace Valley community. Crawls began in June 2016 and were updated June 2017 to capture developments following the May 9, 2017 B.C. general election. A third round of crawls is in progress (December 2017) to capture activity leading up to and following the B.C. Government's December 11, 2017 decision to move forward with the project. Seeds are proposed by members of the UBC Library's Humanities & Social Sciences Division and X̱wi7x̱wa branch, and captured by the Digitization Centre.

Subject:   Society & Culture Politics & Elections,  Science & Health

Barron Hilton Flight and Space Exploration Web Archives

Collected by: Purdue University

Archived since: Nov, 2016

Description:

Websites relating to flight and space exploration.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Computers & Technology Government

Bay Area Air Quality Management District

Collected by: San Francisco Public Library

Archived since: Nov, 2018

Description:

Archived web sites of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Formally established in 1955 by the passing of the Bay Area Pollution Control Law, BAAQMD was charged with regulating stationary sources of air pollution emissions.

Subject:   Government - Cities,  Science & Health ,  Air--pollution--California Bay Area Air Quality Management District

Bernadine Healy Papers

Collected by: National Library of Medicine

Archived since: Oct, 2017

Description:

Archive-It web archive, top results for Bernadine Healy Google search conducted by HMD staff as an effort to augment her physical personal papers collection

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Betsy Gordon Psychoactive Substances Research Collection Web Archives

Collected by: Purdue University

Archived since: Oct, 2015

Description:

Websites relating to the history of psychoactive substances and their applications for medicine and healing

Subject:   Science & Health

Biodiversity Heritage Library Collection

Collected by: University of North Carolina

Archived since: Oct, 2015

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Blogs & Social Media Universities & Libraries

Bioethics web archive

Collected by: National Library of Medicine

Archived since: Feb, 2016

Description:

A selective collection of websites documenting topics in bioethics, including a focus on ethical, legal, and social implication of gene-editing. Collecting began in 2016 following the launch of the Human Gene-Editing Initiative by the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine to facilitate decision making for the responsible use of human gene-editing research. Archived websites are primarily in English. NLM will continue to develop, review, describe, and add content to the collection.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Bioinformatics Graduate Minor Program, 2001-2011 web archives

Collected by: University of Minnesota

Archived since: Jun, 2011

Description:

The Bioinformatics Graduate Minor Program, 2001-2011 web archives preserve the resources and tools for students who were enrolled in the program. Ending in 2012, this area of study strove to solve biological problems by applying their research in computer and information science. Captures are complete and support existing University Archives collections.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

Biological Survey, Oklahoma

Collected by: Oklahoma Department of Libraries

Archived since: Dec, 2010

Description:

The Oklahoma Biological Survey is both a research unit of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Oklahoma and a state office. Our purpose is to gather, analyze and disseminate information regarding animal and plant forms and ecological communities within the state and associated geographical areas. In addition to scholarly research and publication, we provide information to citizens, organizations, businesses, and agencies concerning Oklahoma's biota, and we assist in the protection and preservation of the natural heritage of Oklahoma. Our faculty and staff also teach and provide hands-on training to students at the University.

Subject:   Government Government - US States,  Science & Health

Botanical Gardens

Collected by: San Jose State University, School of Information

Archived since: Oct, 2016

Description:

This collection seeks to capture and preserve websites that feature botanical gardens throughout Northeastern North America.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Botanical Gardens Botany Gardens

Brain Games

Collected by: McGill University School of Information Studies

Archived since: Jan, 2018

Description:

This collection consists of resources for brain games, articles about brain games, and forums referring to brain game resources.

Subject:   Society & Culture Computers & Technology,  Science & Health ,  Games Computer Games Educational Games

Brain Images Websites Collection

Collected by: Michigan State University

Archived since: May, 2012

Description:

Collection of web sites created at Michigan State University and the University of Wisconsin. One site web site provides browsers with images and information from one of the world's largest collection of well-preserved, sectioned and stained brains of mammals. Viewers can see and download photographs of brains of over 100 different species of mammals (including humans) representing over 20 Mammalian Orders. The other site provides a world resource for illustrations of whole brains and stained sections from a great variety of mammals.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health ,  Michigan State University University of Wisconsin Brain Neurosciences Web archives

Brand + Aid HIV Treatment Works

Collected by: University of Rochester

Archived since: Dec, 2016

Description:

“In 2014, Brand+Aid had the honor and privilege of working on three different HIV-focused ad campaigns. The latest in that trio is the recently launched HIV Treatment Works—once again for the CDC. The campaign features a whopping total of 18 print ads, posters and digital banners; a TV commercial; and six digital video stories. The campaign materials may be viewed in their entirety at the CDC’s Act Against AIDS site.” -- from Brand+Aid's website, 4/8/2019

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

Breast Cancer Coalition of Rochester

Collected by: University of Rochester

Archived since: Jun, 2018

Description:

The organization's mission is To cultivate community among those touched by breast or gynecologic cancer; to empower informed decision-making through education, support, and advocacy; and to advance research in our region with the goal of eradicating breast cancer. -- from the website, 4/8/2019

Subject:   Science & Health

Broad Branch Road Campus Library

Collected by: Carnegie Institution of Washington

Archived since: Aug, 2018

Description:

Website of the joint DTM-Geophysical Laboratory library. Also includes history websites for Geophysical Laboratory and DTM's ocean magnetic survey expeditions.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries

Budget and Performance

Collected by: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Archived since: Sep, 2013

Description:

This collection includes past budgets (FY2000+) and performance documentation.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health

Business and Industry

Collected by: Athens Regional Library System

Archived since: Mar, 2019

Description:

A web archival collection containing sites related to business and industry in the Athens-Clarke County, Georgia, area.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Computers & Technology Society & Culture Business and Industry; Economic development

CA.gov Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Collected by: University of California Libraries

Archived since: Mar, 2020

No description.

Subject:   Government - US States,  Science & Health

CMS.gov Old

Collected by: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Archived since: May, 2011

Description:

This is the archive of cms.gov and associated websites and social media accounts.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Science & Health ,  Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Affordable Care Act Medicare Medicaid

COVID 19 TCU

Collected by: Texas Christian University

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

Seeds contain web pages created by Texas Christian University (TCU) in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Bougainville

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

The Autonomous Region of Bougainville has voted unequivocally for independence in late November 2019, and it may be a new country in the Pacific a few years later. The referendum has a number of implications, especially the geopolitical implications among Australia, New Zealand, the US, as well as China. Therefore, the Bougainville was given emphasis and selected as a part of COVID-19 (Coronavirus): archived websites from China, Indonesia, Thailand, and other Pacific countries. The collection is to document the responses to COVID-19 from different angles, such as its government, the public, and related countries who has geopolitical benefits with.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Spontaneous Events Society & Culture Coronaviruses COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Solomon Islands

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This web archive documents that responses to the COVID-19 pandemic across the country with a focus on the Dr. Claude Posala's termination because of his various posts on Facebook on certain government actions about the COVID-19.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Spontaneous Events Society & Culture COVID-19 Coronaviruses Pandemic

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Vanuatu

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This web archive documents that policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic across the Vanuatu. The content includes government official COVID-19 information website, news reports about the impacts of COVID-19 in the country.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Spontaneous Events COVID-19 Coronaviruses Pandemic

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Fiji

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This collection provides ongoing access to the online information presented about the COVID-19 in Fiji. It preserves internet sites that contain Fijian government COVID-19 media releases (including the COVID-19 Response Budget Estimate 2019-2020) and online news covered from travel, economic and individual experiences.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Spontaneous Events Society & Culture COVID-19 Coronaviruses Pandemic

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Indonesia

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

Collection of websites related to COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Indonesia. Content includes data and information from selected government, university, and civil society organization websites.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Coronavirus, Medical policy, Pandemic relief, Pandemic prevention, Disease outbreak, Indonesia

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in New Caledonia

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

On 24 March 2020, mandatory lockdown took place in New Caledonia. This web archive documents that policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic across the country with a focus on education. Notification to Australian citizens from New Caledonia Tourism was also captured.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Spontaneous Events Society & Culture Coronaviruses Pandemic COVID-19

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Papua New Guinea

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This collection documents the ways that the Papua New Guinea Government and public responded to the COVID-19 in PNG. The archive consists of 14 selected Web sites from March 2020 to June 2020 and is intended to preserve the internet reaction from PNG government sites, press, individual blogs, and groups sites.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Spontaneous Events Society & Culture COVID-19 Coronaviruses Pandemic

COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)

Collected by: University of California San Diego

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Documenting UC San Diego and San Diego County's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Includes university, local government, and local news resources.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events,  Science & Health ,  Government - Counties

COVID-19 @ ASU Response

Collected by: Arizona State University

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

A collection of sites documenting Arizona State University's response to COVID-19 as well as the pandemic's impact on the broader ASU community.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Spontaneous Events,  Science & Health

COVID-19 Coronavirus East Baton Rouge Parish

Collected by: East Baton Rouge Parish Library

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Covid-19 Collection URL nomination form: https://forms.gle/3pApBhB8h5yzJ6MJ7

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Spontaneous Events Government - Counties

COVID-19 Experience Project Web Archive

Collected by: Pennsylvania State University

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

Blogs and websites documenting Penn State University community members’ experiences throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. This web archiving effort is part of a larger COVID-19 Experience Project collection acquired throughout 2020, which includes physical and other digital materials.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media,  Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries

COVID-19 NU System Response

Collected by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

University of Nebraska System Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Spontaneous Events,  Science & Health

COVID-19 Pandemic Web Archives

Collected by: William & Mary

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

Capturing experiences related to COVID-19 on the campus of William & Mary and in the Williamsburg, Virginia area. For more archived websites, visit webrecorder.io/WMLibrariesSCRC/covid-19-pandemic.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  Coronavirus infections COVID-19 (Disease) Quarantine Social distance Epidemics Communicable diseases

COVID-19 Pandemic in Oklahoma City

Collected by: Metropolitan Library System (Oklahoma)

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This collection provides access to local government websites and news reports documenting Oklahoma City's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Documented to a lessor extent is the state's response.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events,  Science & Health

COVID-19 Response at the University of Illinois

Collected by: The Board Trustees of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

COVID-19 Response at the University of Illinois includes archived web crawls concerning the COVID-19 pandemic response by the University of Illinois; COVID-19 PCR saliva testing; announcements by university administration; university safety policies; testing information; Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); stories related to COVID-19; and technological innovations such as the RapidVent emergency ventilator system.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries Computers & Technology COVID-19(Disease) Science Health Respirators (Medical Equipment)

COVID-19 Response web archives

Collected by: University of Minnesota

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Selected websites that preserve the response and effect of COVID-19 on the University of Minnesota. Responses include information on program and department updates, student and employee information, event cancellations, and coping resources. Other responses provide information on academic planning, alternative instruction methods and research. A blog and social media site from a University coalition on COVID-19 and a shared resource for talents and expertise are also preserved. Captures of these websites are ongoing.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Blogs & Social Media,  Science & Health

COVID-19 University Response

Collected by: Towson University

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

Towson University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, including campus communications, blogs, and presidential messages.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Society & Culture,  Science & Health

COVID-19 Web Archive Collection

Collected by: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

Web archive collection to document the Pittsburgh community's lived experience through the Covid-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries

COVID-19 Web Collection

Collected by: Concordia University

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

This collection was created in order to collect news about COVID-19 related to Concordia University and its community. It contains publicly available news on the Concordia website, social media posts done by students associations, faculty and researchers and articles of students newspapers related to the outbreak.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health ,  Spontaneous Events COVID-19 Coronavirus

COVID-19 West Hartford, CT

Collected by: West Hartford Public Library

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This collection consists of the Town of West Hartford's response to the Coronavirus (COVID 19) outbreak and includes local government, library and online news resources.

Subject:   Government,  Science & Health ,  Society & Culture

COVID-19 and Rhode Island

Collected by: Brown University

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

The scope of this collection is institutional and organizational responses to the COVID-19 crisis within Rhode Island. The crawls include sites from Brown University, Higher Education, Government and Non-Profits.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Government - US States COVID-19 (Disease) Rhode Island (R.I. : Island) 2019 novel coronavirus disease Communicable diseases Epidemics Viruses

COVID-19 in Central Indiana

Collected by: Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

Archived since: Jun, 2020

No description.

Subject:   Government - Counties,  Science & Health ,  Politics & Elections

COVID-19 in China

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

A collection of websites documents a range of topics in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic in China. It features temporary legislation and regulations issued by the Chinese government; China's censorship control over the media; the China-Australia relations and the racism and discrimination towards Chinese Australian communities during the pandemic; It also includes sites on the medical breakthroughs and cooperation and etc. This collection includes websites from the Chinese government, non-government organisations, newspapers, and social media.

Subject:   Government Blogs & Social Media,  Science & Health ,  COVID-19 Pandemic Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in China - Political aspects Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in China - Economic aspects Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in China - Social aspects China-Australia Relations

COVID-19 in Grand Rapids, Mich.

Collected by: Grand Rapids Public Library

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

A web archive documenting the response to COVID-19 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, including the experiences of people, organizations and businesses.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Government - Cities Grand Rapids (Mich.)

COVID-19 in Hennepin County

Collected by: Hennepin County Library

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

Websites documenting the local response to COVID-19. The collection includes web content from local governments, service organizations, places of worship, schools, restaurants, and healthcare providers. Earliest websites added in May 2020.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events,  Science & Health

COVID-19 in Michigan

Collected by: Library of Michigan

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

A collection of Michigan state and local websites chronicling the coronavirus epidemic.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Government - US States Government - Counties

COVID-19 in Newfoundland and Labrador

Collected by: Memorial University Libraries

Archived since: Jan, 2020

Description:

A collection of websites conveying the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health ,  COVID-19 (Disease) --Newfoundland and Labrador

COVID-19 in Niagara 2020

Collected by: Brock University

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

A weekly crawl of websites of major institutions, governments and organizations in the Niagara area focusing on the varied responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Further, one time crawls of newspaper articles focused on Niagara centric COVID-19 news.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries Society & Culture

COVID-19 in Nova Scotia web archive

Collected by: Dalhousie University Libraries

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

The COVID-19 in Nova Scotia web archive features websites for and about Nova Scotians as the province deals with the global COVID-19 pandemic. The collection includes a representative selection of websites that document the response from the provincial government and local governments, as well as community groups, news outlets, businesses, and private citizens.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Society & Culture,  Science & Health

COVID-19 in Thailand

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

A collection of sites documenting information and response to COVID-19 Pandemic in Thailand including selected government websites, Facebook pages and useful relevant public resources

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Government Society & Culture Coronavirus Infections Epidemics COVID-19 (Disease) Spontaneous Events Society & Culture Government

COVID-19, Racism, and Asian Communities

Collected by: University of British Columbia

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

A collection of web content on incidents of racism against the Asian communities in Canada, related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Science & Health

COVID-19: Colorado State University's Response

Collected by: Colorado State University

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Web content documenting Colorado State University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

COVID19 Saskatchewan

Collected by: University of Saskatchewan

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

The Covid 19 Saskatchewan Digital Archive is a collection of government, community, social media, and university websites with information relating to the Covid 19 pandemic.

Subject:   Government - National,  Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries News Economic Education Health Science

COVID19 uOttawa

Collected by: University of Ottawa

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

University of Ottawa website documenting information and response to COVID-19 outbreak

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

CU Boulder COVID-19 Web Archive

Collected by: University of Colorado Boulder

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

These pages document the campus response to COVID-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health

California Explores the Ocean

Collected by: University of California San Diego

Archived since: May, 2019

Description:

Archived version of the California Explores the Ocean website, which was created to aggregate Scripps Institution of Oceanography resources about the ocean and ocean exploration, and selected ocean-related photographs and oral histories from the San Diego Historical Society.

Subject:   Science & Health

California Tobacco Control Web Archive

Collected by: UCSF Industry Documents Library

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

The California Tobacco Control Web Archive is a selective collection of websites produced by government, advocacy groups, bloggers, news agencies, tobacco companies and tobacco-industry front groups related to contemporary California tobacco control public policy efforts such as tobacco tax measures, smoke-free ordinances and retailing limitations.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Politics & Elections Universities & Libraries California tobacco control public policy ballot initiatives smoke free laws cigarette butts

Caltech Web Archive

Collected by: Caltech

Archived since: Jun, 2017

Description:

Websites produced by Caltech and its faculty, staff, and students.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Science & Health ,  Computers & Technology

Carl Djerassi

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2015

Description:

Websites documenting the life and career of Carl Djerassi. University research scientist and industrialist, Djerassi is most famous for synthesizing the first oral contraceptive. Born in Vienna, Austria, in 1923, he emigrated to the United States in 1939. He received his B.A. in 1942 from Kenyon College and worked briefly with the Ciba Phamaceutical Company before receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He taught at Wayne State University in Detroit and worked at the pharmaceutical company Syntex in Mexico before joining the Stanford faculty as Professor of Chemistry in 1959. He is the author of over 1100 articles, seven books on scientific subjects, and several novels; his awards include the National Medal of Science, the Priestly Medal, the first Wolf Prize in Chemistry, and the National Medal of Technology.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Chemistry Literature Social Policy Birth Control

Carnegie Institution Archives

Collected by: Carnegie Institution of Washington

Archived since: Aug, 2018

Description:

This collection documents and preserves websites of archival resources held at Carnegie Institution headquarters, DTM, and the Geophysical Laboratory.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Universities & Libraries

Carolyn Bertozzi

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Oct, 2015

Description:

Website of Carolyn Bertozzi and her research group.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Chemistry

Census of Marine Life

Collected by: University of Rhode Island, Office of Marine Programs

Archived since: Jan, 2011

Description:

The Census of Marine Life is a global network of researchers in more than 80 nations engaged in a 10-year scientific initiative to assess and explain the diversity, distribution, and abundance of life in the oceans.

Subject:   Science & Health

Center for Health, Environment and Justice

Collected by: Tufts University

Archived since: Apr, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Politics & Elections

Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Jul, 2015

Description:

Nicole Baran, MSW, is the Executive Director and Founder of the Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness. She has been dedicated to the movement to end gender-based violence since 2000, working both as an advocate with survivors of domestic violence and at the policy level for systemic change. Nicole has conducted national trainings and contributed to publications to improve the institutional response to domestic violence since 2001. She has delivered over 350 customized workshops, locally and nationwide, at organizations such as Kaiser Permanente, the San Francisco Bar Association, and California’s State Domestic Violence Coalition. Nicole has been teaching in the Feminist Studies Program at Stanford University since 2007 after developing Violence Against Women: Theory, Issues and Prevention. In 2006, she successfully partnered with Stanford University to institutionalize a comprehensive response to gender-based violence on campus. She managed a five-year grant from the USDOJ Office on Violence Against Women and was instrumental in implementing Stanford’s first Office on Sexual Assault and Relationship Abuse. Nicole received her BA and MA in English from Stanford University and a Masters in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, with a specialization in management and a focus on women’s rights. Nicole Baran is also the Executive Director of the Peggy and Jack Baskin Foundation which funds innovative strategies for eliminating obstacles facing marginalized populations, with an emphasis on empowering women and promoting educational equality. She established the infrastructure and direction of the Foundation and became the first Executive Director in 2009. Read Nicole’s oped in the Stanford Daily, Stanford Drops the Ball on Sexual Assault Case, interviews with Seneca International and Maestro Market or listen to the interview on Stanford Radio KZSU’s “Culture Lens”.

Subject:   Science & Health ,  Society & Culture Politics & Elections Relationship abuse

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