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#DaytonStrong

Collected by: Dayton Metro Library

Archived since: Apr, 2021

Description:

This collection includes web documents that record the tragic events that took place in Dayton in 2019. Events in this collection include the Memorial Day tornadoes, the August 4 Oregon District Shooting and Gem City Shine. It also covers the death of Detective Jorge Del Rio and the stolen police cruiser chase that resulted in the death of two young library patrons in front of the Main Library.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

100,000 Poets

Collected by: 100,000 Poets

Archived since: Sep, 2011

Description:

Web archive of the site for 100,000 Poets for Change, an international educational grassroots organization focusing on the arts, especially poetry, music, and the literary arts. 100TPC events take place simultaneously around the world in September of each year. The first event took place on September 24th, 2011 in a demonstration/celebration of poetry to promote social and political change and over 700 events in 550 cities representing 95 countries signed up to make this global initiative a success through poetry readings, political demonstrations, community picnics, awareness events, parades, and more.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Blogs & Social Media,  Spontaneous Events

2007 California Wildfires

Collected by: University of North Carolina

Archived since: Oct, 2007

Description:

This collection provides information associated with the wildfires that struck southern California in the fall of 2008. This may include the phenomenon itself but also implications, reactions and impacts of the fires. It is the product of a student group assignment in INLS 513 (Resource Selection and Evaluation), a class at the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

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

2012 Russian Presidential Election

Collected by: Internet Archive Global Events

Archived since: Jan, 2012

Description:

This is a collection on the events leading up to the 2012 Russian Elections. Thanks to the State Historical Public Library in Moscow for helping to curate this collection.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Politics & Elections Government

2013 Boston Marathon Bombing

Collected by: Internet Archive Global Events

Archived since: Apr, 2013

Description:

This collection is comprised of contributions from curators and subject matter experts; and includes news articles, blogs, social media sites, and organizational websites related to the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing and its aftereffects

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

2014 Iguala Kidnapping and Massacre

Collected by: Emporia State University Educational Account 2

Archived since: Nov, 2014

Description:

On September 26, 2014, police and unidentified gunman believed to be drug cartel gang members allegedly ambushed a convoy of buses carrying teacher-trainee student activists from Ayotzinapa College in the state of Guerrero. In the central plaza of Iguala, six persons were shot to death. Three of the victims were students. The other three were random citizens that happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. The attack was brutal. Seventeen other students were wounded, and forty-three others were kidnapped. The activists were committed to helping small rural farmers and farm workers and were opposed to the new education reforms implemented by the government. The drug traffickers, their bosses, and the local politicians did not like the students' activism for various reasons. Twenty two police officers are now in custody for homicide and kidnapping along with four alleged drug traffickers. The mayor of Iguala and his wife are said to be behind the kidnapping, and the Governor of Guerrero has resigned under pressure. In the weeks after the disappearance of the students, nine mass graves have been discovered in the hills outside of Iguala. The bodies had been doused with gasoline and set on fire. It is not known if these are the bodies of the abducted students. As of December 2014, the official word is that none of the kidnapped students have been definitively found.

Subject:   Government - National Government,  Spontaneous Events ,  Iguala Kidnapping

2020 California Wildfires

Collected by: San Jose State University, School of Information

Archived since: Oct, 2020

Description:

This collection contains a variety of articles and websites pertaining to the 2020 California wildfire season. Topics include specific fires, their causes and impact, satellite imagery and maps of fires, issues pertaining to wildfire smoke and air quality, the impact of climate change on wildfires in California, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on wildfire preparedness.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Government - US States Science & Health Wildfires--California Wildfires--California--Maps Wildfires--Climatic factors Smoke--Environmental aspects

26/11/2008 Mumbai Terror Attacks

Collected by: Old Dominion University

Archived since: Oct, 2017

No description.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

A Day in the Life of a Camarillo Teenager

Collected by: CAPE Charter School

Archived since: Dec, 2010

Description:

Take a look at the websites and locations that Camarillo teenagers visit on a regular basis.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Spontaneous Events ,  Shopping, eating and freetime Bowling Mini-Golf Roller Coaster park Water park Lazer Tag CAPE Charter School Website Rock City Studios

AASU 50 Years: Advancing African American Business Leadership

Collected by: Harvard Business School

Archived since: Apr, 2018

Description:

Archived web content documenting AASU 50 Years: Advancing African American Business Leadership from the Harvard Business School website and capturing tweets using the hashtag #AASU50.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Blogs & Social Media,  Spontaneous Events ,  Harvard Business School. -- African-American Student Union. Harvard Business School. -- Alumni and Alumnae

Alberta Floods June 2013

Collected by: University of Alberta

Archived since: Jun, 2013

Description:

June 2013 has seen some of the worst flooding in Alberta's history, with areas in the southern portion of the province being most affected. This collection captures websites detailing the events as they happened, their impact on communities, and the ongoing recovery efforts.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Floods Flood control Disaster relief

All in One Package

Collected by: NYC Public School 174 Queens, The William Sidney Mount School

Archived since: Apr, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Society & Culture Politics & Elections,  Spontaneous Events

Ann Arbor Bookstores

Collected by: University of Michigan, School of Information

Archived since: Jan, 2019

Description:

Short summary of the resource to contextualize use.

Subject:   Society & Culture Arts & Humanities,  Spontaneous Events ,  Range of topics the resource covers

April 16 Archive

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: May, 2007

Description:

The April 16 Web Archive captures a wide variety of content related to the April 16, 2007 tragedy at Virginia Tech. It includes memorial and tribute sites, commercial and non-commercial media, and other relevant web-based materials. This collection was specifically developed as a complement to the April 16 Archive (www.april16archive.org), which is dedicated to collecting and preserving individual stories, images, and files related to the events of April 16.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Shooting virginia tech campus shooting violence United States

April Third Movement

Collected by: Stanford University Archives

Archived since: Mar, 2016

Description:

This Web site was created to connect people who were active in the anti-war and other movements at Stanford and the Mid-Peninsula in the 1960s and 1970s, as well as to make available original documents from that time and place.

Subject:   Politics & Elections,  Spontaneous Events ,  Government

Arizona's Response to Coronavirus

Collected by: Arizona State Library, Archives, and Public Records

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Documenting the State of Arizona's response to the coronavirus pandemic. If you have a recommendation for a website for us to capture, please copy and past this URL into a new window to complete a submission form: https://forms.gle/pBHifKGju5SDeEQ79

Subject:   Government - US States,  Spontaneous Events ,  Government

Athens, Georgia Area COVID-19 Response

Collected by: Athens Regional Library System

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

A diverse web archival collection showcasing the local response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Athens, Georgia. Included are communications from Athens-Clarke County government, communications from Clarke County School District, fundraisers for local businesses, 'Band Together' showcases, and various other items that are related to the local response.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Government - Counties Blogs & Social Media COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020- University towns Small business Local government--United States

Atlanta Elementary School Shooting 2013

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Aug, 2013

Description:

This is a collection of URLs about the shooting that occurred in an Atlanta elementary school.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

August 4, 2009 flood (Louisville, Kentucky)

Collected by: University of Louisville

Archived since: Oct, 2009

Description:

Documentation of the flash flooding affecting the Louisville, Kentucky metropolitan area on August 4, 2009.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Universities & Libraries

B.C. Teachers' Labour Dispute (2014)

Collected by: University of Victoria

Archived since: Sep, 2014

Description:

Public teachers in British Columbia began rotating strikes in May 2014, which also included a partial lockout by the provincial government. In June 2014, a full-scale walkout occurred, which lasted until September 2014, when the two sides reached an agreement.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Collective bargaining--Teachers Strikes and lockouts--Teachers

BC Wildfires 2017

Collected by: University of British Columbia

Archived since: Jul, 2017

Description:

News, government documents, and other websites related to the 2017 Wildfires in British Columbia. Contents have been selected in collaboration with the University of Victoria, Simon Fraser University, and Vancouver Island University Libraries . If you believe your organization's website should be included, please contact us at digitization.centre@ubc.ca.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Government Society & Culture

BC Wildfires 2021

Collected by: University of British Columbia

Archived since: Jul, 2021

Description:

Federal, provincial, and regional news and websites related to the 2021 wildfires in British Columbia.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Government Society & Culture

Belarus Crisis 2020-2021

Collected by: University of California Berkeley

Archived since: Aug, 2020

Description:

This web-archive was a result of institutional collaboration between the curators from UC Berkeley, the Bavarian State Library and the British Library. The purpose of this archive is to preserve events, cultural, social and political events that are currently transpiring in Belarus in the aftermath of contested 2020 Belarusian presidential elections.

Subject:   Politics & Elections Government,  Spontaneous Events

Better Conspiracy Theories

Collected by: Mount Dora High School

Archived since: Feb, 2017

Description:

This collection consist of various conspiracy theories that have been popular throughout the 20th and 21st century. Many of these theories appeal to the younger generation who have taken an interest in topics such as these. These ideas, thought up by many people on various blogging sites, became popular in more recent years, even though some of the content revolves around past events. While many of these theories are unlikely, the public has taken a liking to this new form of entertainment, possibly because it makes them think or because it is able to unite people over a common confusion or interest in a perplexing topic.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Spontaneous Events ,  Blogs & Social Media Popular Culture Politics Conspiracy Theories

Black Forest Fire Web Archive Collection

Collected by: Pikes Peak Library District

Archived since: Jun, 2013

Description:

The Black Forest Fire, north of Colorado Springs, was first reported about 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Thousands of residents in 2,530 homes were required to evacuate. This collection captures some of the Internet publication activity about the fire.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Government - Counties Black Forest, Colorado Black Forest Fire Wildfires

Blasts in Boston Marathon

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Jun, 2013

Description:

News on the Boston marathon bombings

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Government - Cities bombing marathon Boston Boston marathon bombs Tamerlan Tsarnae

Boko Haram Attack

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Jun, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture Attack Killings Boko Haram Nigeria

Boston Marathon Bombing: Twitter and RSS feeds

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Apr, 2013

Description:

The URLs in this collection were harvested from Twitter feeds, Google news, and Reddit pages and threads using Virginia Tech's newly developed URL harvesting tool

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Government - Cities

BrainyFlickersVideos

Collected by: NYC Public School 56 Q - The Harry Eichler School

Archived since: Apr, 2009

Description:

Now you can also look at Class 5-302A's funny videos made for a contest titled BrainyFlix. We were supposed to define SAT words and make a humorous video about the word. Vanessa & Latanya made a video for the word Intrepid and it rocked! Watch them now! Maria and Siva have a video for Pugnacious which is an editor's top pick. Want to know what rancid and abduct mean? We have videos for that. Raheel and Shalom made a video so we'll understand what juvenile means. Michaela is unique -- and so is her video and embellish your life with Gagandeep's definition (and video design). Don't know what canvas means? Anton and Aaron will show you. We all use an alias online but Isha has perfected with her video definition.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Computers & Technology,  Spontaneous Events ,  Videos

Brazil NightClub Fire

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Feb, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  fire brazil

Brazilian School Shooting

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Apr, 2011

Description:

Shooting incident at a school in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on 8th Apr 2011.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  campus shooting Brazil Elementary School

Burmese Uprising 2007

Collected by: National Library of Australia

Archived since: Dec, 2007

Description:

Websites of selected civil society and news organisations related to the Burmese uprising of 2007.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Burmese uprising

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 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 Collection

Collected by: University of Victoria

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

The COVID-19 Web-Archiving Collection is a cooperative initiative between University of Victoria Libraries and the Vancouver Island University Library. The purpose of the collection is to capture web sources documenting how local governments, institutes, schools, non-profit organizations, businesses and communities in the southern region of Vancouver Island have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and how local social life has been impacted during the pandemic. This collection also includes sources documenting the increased incidents of racial discrimination and violence in British Columbia against marginalized populations such as Asian Canadian and First Nations communities that have occurred during the pandemic. For communities in the north and central regions of Vancouver Island see Vancouver Island University Library’s COVID-19: Vancouver Island, BC (Central & North) collection.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Science & Health Society & Culture

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 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 News Feed

Collected by: Texas A&M University - Commerce

Archived since: Apr, 2021

Description:

This collection documents news reports related to the COVID-19 pandemic in Texas from March 2020 to June 2020.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture Government COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-, News Agencies--Texas

COVID-19 Pandemic

Collected by: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Libraries

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

A selection of websites documenting the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Subject:   Science & Health,  Spontaneous Events ,  Universities & Libraries

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 British Columbia

Collected by: University of British Columbia

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Web archive documenting the COVID-19 pandemic in British Columbia. Collection includes the BC provincial government websites with updates from the Provincial Health Officer Dr. Henry and Health Minister Adrian Dix. Websites include the City of Vancouver, news media, health authorities and professional organizations.

Subject:   Government,  Spontaneous Events ,  Science & Health

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

Collected by: Carleton University

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This Collection will focus on collecting and preserving Carleton University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, the collection will focus on: faculty, staff, student, and Ottawa community related communications and information publicly available through websites, social media, etc.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Blogs & Social Media,  Spontaneous Events

COVID-19 Response: Conservative Synagogues

Collected by: Jewish Theological Seminary

Archived since: Oct, 2020

Description:

This series is a collection of websites, captured beginning in mid-October 2020, that documents how synagogues affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) have adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic. These changes include safety guidelines, physical closure and reopening updates and policies, guides for observing the high holidays and daily minyan, videoconferencing and livestream services, and virtual programming. Some examples of websites that are particularly rich in these resources are Kol Rinah (St. Louis, MO); Congregation Beth Emeth (Herndon, VA); and B'nai Torah Congregation (Boca Raton, FL).

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  COVID-19 (Disease) Synagogues Synagogues--United States Synagogues--Mexico Synagogues--Canada Conservative Judaism Conservative Judaism--United States COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020- COVID-19 (Disease)--Religious aspects

COVID-19 Response: JTS Affiliate Organizations

Collected by: Jewish Theological Seminary

Archived since: Oct, 2020

Description:

This collection documents COVID-related webpages on the Jewish Theological Seminary's affiliate organization websites. These organizations include the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, the Rabbinical Assembly, and Camp Ramah.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture Conservative Judaism Jewish camps COVID-19 (Disease) Conservative Judaism--United States COVID-19 (Disease)--Religious aspects COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-

COVID-19 Response: Jewish Theological Seminary

Collected by: Jewish Theological Seminary

Archived since: Oct, 2020

Description:

This collection documents the institutional response of the Jewish Theological Seminary to the COVID-19 pandemic, including updates on access to campus, virtual events, and resources for celebrating holidays virtually.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Spontaneous Events ,  COVID-19 (Disease) Rabbinical seminaries Theological seminary libraries Theological seminaries--United States Conservative Judaism--United States Conservative Judaism COVID-19 (Disease)--Religious aspects COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-

COVID-19 impacts on the DTES

Collected by: University of British Columbia

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

A web archive consisting of news, government and social policy sites documenting Vancouver's Downtown Eastside.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Government - Cities Science & Health

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 Nova Scotia

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: 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

COVID-19: Vancouver Island, BC (Central & North)

Collected by: Vancouver Island University

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

In March 2020 the Canadian Web Archiving Coalition (CWAC) stated: "The deadly flu outbreak of 1918-19 is often called the ‘forgotten pandemic.’ Our responsibility now is to ensure the lessons of COVID-19 are not forgotten. Our collective efforts to capture and preserve the essential online elements of this unprecedented event are critical." (CARL-ABRC). The COVID-19: Vancouver Island, BC (Central & North) Web Archive reflects community experiences and responses to the pandemic in the region served by Vancouver Island University, documenting and supporting diverse aspects of scholarly inquiry, creativity, and community life. The Web Archive is intended to provide a body of information that will support scholarship, creativity, and study. Information rights related to web archiving include considerations of copyright and fair dealing, and of individual and community privacy. The following are among principles and resources that guide web archiving decisions: Ethics of care, for example in VIU Library’s Pledge to our user communities; OCAP® principles, and awareness of relationality and accountability to Indigenous communities, and potential impacts related to web archiving; Good practice and expert advice, emerging and accessed through communities of practice, e.g. the Canadian Web Archiving Coalition (CWAC); and VIU Library, Evolution of Physical Collections: 2017-2021 VIU Library, Special Collections Guidelines (Under review 2020). Web archives are informed by available capture technologies and also by affordances of the content source; not all websites can be successfully crawled or rendered, and quality of archived versions varies. This project is supported by VIU's Special Funding for COVID-19 research projects and carried out in coordination with the University of Victoria’s COVID-19 Collection and the Canadian Web Archiving Coalition. Contact us at research.help@viu.ca with questions or for more information about content included in the Web Archive. [Working description 2021 April 6]

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture Science & Health COVID-19 (Disease) Vancouver Island

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

CURRENT EVENTS

Collected by: Chief Umtuch Middle School

Archived since: Jan, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Society & Culture Politics & Elections,  Spontaneous Events

California Wildfires 2008-2018

Collected by: San Jose State University, School of Information

Archived since: Oct, 2018

Description:

Information and statistics about California Wildfires occurring between 2008-2018.

Subject:   Government - US States,  Spontaneous Events ,  Forest fires Forest fires--California Forest fires--Prevention and control Forest fire forecasting Disaster relief--California Plants--Effect of fires on Wildfires--California Wildfires Wildfire forecasting Wildfire risk California

Campus Happenings (Non-WashU)

Collected by: Washington University in St. Louis

Archived since: Apr, 2014

Description:

This collection contains copies of websites related to student activism, protests, and other non-WashU campus happenings.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Blogs & Social Media,  Spontaneous Events

Car bomb strikes Hezbollah Beirut

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Jul, 2013

No description.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

Carmel Clay Public Library

Collected by: University of North Carolina

Archived since: Sep, 2011

Description:

Updates about the Carmel Clay Public Library in Carmel, Indiana.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Society & Culture,  Spontaneous Events

Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED) archive

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Jan, 2012

Description:

This is a weekly crawled collection of the Center for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  epidemiology of disaster disaster research WHO partner

Charlotte County TV

Collected by: Charlotte County Archives

Archived since: Sep, 2021

Description:

Charlotte County Television is a truly local television channel with production and broadcasting facilities centrally located in Saint Andrews, NB. CHCO-TV captures and shares news from around Charlotte County, and provincial and federal political elections. During the Covid-19 pandemic the CHCO-TV has provided coverage of local and provincial health updates.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture Politics & Elections Local news broadcasts Local news broadcasts

Chatham Pulse

Collected by: Chatham University Archives

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

Pulse@ChathamU is about what the Chatham community is up to—in Pittsburgh, nationally, and globally. We can’t do that without tips from readers like you.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Spontaneous Events

Chatham University COVID-19 Response Collection

Collected by: Chatham University Archives

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

This collection of web-based records documents Chatham University's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. It includes documents created by the university as well as online news articles and social media posts about the university's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Spontaneous Events ,  Science & Health Chatham University--Archives

Chevron Refinery Fire--Richmond, CA, August 6, 2012

Collected by: San Francisco Public Library

Archived since: Dec, 2013

Description:

Archived web sites, reports, and other documents related to the Chevron refinery fire that occurred in Richmond, CA, on August 6, 2012.

Subject:   Government - US Federal,  Spontaneous Events ,  Chevron Corporation Fires Petroleum refineries

Chile Earthquake

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Oct, 2009

Description:

The 2010 Chile earthquake occurred off the coast of the Biobio Region of Chile on Saturday, 27 February 2010, at 03:34 local time (06:34 UTC), having a magnitude of 8.8 on the moment magnitude scale, with intense shaking lasting for about three minutes. It ranks as the sixth largest earthquake ever to be recorded by a seismograph

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  earthquake Chile

Chilean Earthquake

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Mar, 2010

Description:

IA collection for Chilean earthquake of Feb 2010

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  earthquake Chile

China Earthquake (April 2013)

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Apr, 2013

Description:

A magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit a rural area of Sichuan province in southwest China the morning of Saturday, April 20, affecting several Ya’an counties, including Lushan County, the quake’s epicenter. The earthquake has affected 1.5 million people. As of April 22, the death toll stood at 188, with 25 missing and 11,460 injured.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

China Floods

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Sep, 2011

Description:

FLOODING rains that have swept across China in recent weeks have left more than 100 people dead or missing and displaced upwards of 1.5 million, with further bad weather expected. The rising waters have affected more than six million Chinese, and the authorities are continuing massive rescue and airlift operations.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Floods China

Christchurch Mosque Shootings

Collected by: National Library of New Zealand

Archived since: Mar, 2019

Description:

A collection of news stories and web pages related to the March 15 2019 Christchurch Mosque shootings. Contributors to this collection include members of the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) and individuals.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

Colgate University Student Protest, September 2014

Collected by: Colgate University

Archived since: Sep, 2014

Description:

A web archive of the activities of the student protest and sit-in that occured in September 2014. The admissions building sit-in was to protest inequality and demand an inclusive environment on campus.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Spontaneous Events ,  Student activism Student protest Diversity and inclusion Campus life Campus culture Colgate University

College of Physicians of Philadelphia COVID-19 collection

Collected by: PACSCL

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

A collection of websites, crawled by the Internet Archive, focusing on resources created by The College of Physicians of Philadelphia related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including the College's "Documenting #COVIDPHL at The College of Physicians of Philadelphia" digital exhibit.

Subject:   Science & Health,  Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture COVID-19 (Disease) Libraries Medical museums Pandemics Philadelphia (Pa.) -- 21st century -- Quarantine Professional associations -- Medicine Web sites

Commencement 2020

Collected by: Creighton University

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

Capturing Creighton University's Virtual Commencement ceremonies in response to Covid-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries,  Spontaneous Events ,  Covid-19

Community Organizations

Collected by: Jefferson-Madison Regional Library

Archived since: May, 2021

No description.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Spontaneous Events

Community Responses to Anti-Black Racism and Police Violence

Collected by: Middlebury College

Archived since: Jun, 2020

Description:

The murder of George Floyd on 5/25/2020 by Minneapolis police officers inspired mass uprisings in dozens of American cities against police brutality and the systemic oppression of Black people in the United States. This collection includes responses and reactions from individuals and organizations that make up the Middlebury community to George Floyd's murder, the ensuing protests, Black Lives Matter, and the broader struggle taking place throughout the country in support of civil rights and social justice for Black people in the US.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Spontaneous Events ,  Blogs & Social Media Racism Racism on campus Campus politics Police violence George Floyd Black Lives Matter Student activism Social justice Civil rights College activities Student life Student activities Campus culture

Connecticut School Shooting (December 2012)

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Dec, 2012

No description.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  School Shooting Connecticut

Coronavirus Covid-19 resources

Collected by: John Gilmore

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Covid-19 pandemic resources

Subject:   Science & Health,  Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture Covid-19 pandemic resources

Covid-19

Collected by: Vassar College

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

A web archive initiative documenting Vassar College experiences and responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Universities & Libraries,  Spontaneous Events ,  Pandemic Response

COVID-19

Collected by: Queen's University

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

This collection contains the response of local public health, cities, and municipalities in the Kingston / Frontenac area to the Coronavirus pandemic of 2020. Also includes news stories related to the pandemic response in the Kingston area. For the most part, this collection crawls the main pages and only those pages with keywords that include corona, covid, and pandemic.

Subject:   Government - Cities Government - Counties,  Spontaneous Events ,  Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19

Collected by: Université de Montréal

Archived since: Jul, 2020

Description:

Cette collection rassemble les contenus Web relatifs à la COVID-19 et l'Université de Montréal.

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

COVID-19

Collected by: Ryerson University

Archived since: Aug, 2020

No description.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Universities & Libraries Society & Culture

Covid-19 Collection - MSU and Greater Lansing

Collected by: Michigan State University

Archived since: Apr, 2020

Description:

A collection of websites related to the university response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Also includes some of the surrounding communities. As the response to the pandemic progressed on campus, this collection focused more on the surrounding community. MSU related response began to be collected as part of normal university website crawling.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Universities & Libraries Science & Health Covid-19 Coronavirus Novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) COVID-19 Pandemic

Covid-19 UNL Response

Collected by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Web pages dedicated to UNL's response to the Covid 19 global pandemic

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Science & Health,  Spontaneous Events

Covid-19 and Smoking Web Archive

Collected by: UCSF Industry Documents Library

Archived since: Mar, 2020

Description:

Web archive of sites related to tobacco industry messaging about smoking and vaping during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak beginning December 2019

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Science & Health Society & Culture vaping tobacco ecigarette coronavirus covid-19 novel coronavirus smoking

Creighton: Covid-19

Collected by: Creighton University

Archived since: May, 2020

Description:

Capturing web-content related to Creighton University's response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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

Cuban 27N Movement

Collected by: Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation

Archived since: Mar, 2021

Description:

The Cuban 27N Movement Web Archive preserves and provides access to a broad range of websites related to the Cuban 27N Movement initiated in November 2020 by protesters in Havana, Cuba, demanding freedom of expression and other civil rights. Built by Fernando Acosta-Rodríguez (Princeton University), Jill Baron (Dartmouth College), Holly Ackerman (Duke University), and Lizabel Mónica (Princeton University) — under the auspices of the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation — the Archive focuses on websites produced by activists and supporters within and outside of Cuba, non-governmental organizations, Cuban alternative presses, and online periodicals on politics, art, and culture in order to guarantee that these potentially ephemeral websites are preserved and remain accessible to researchers and scholars for years to come.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities,  Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture Freedom of expression Protest movements Civil rights

Curiosity

Collected by: CAPE Charter School

Archived since: Jan, 2012

Description:

Curiosity is the collection you want to visit if you wean to see all of the things that Camarillo students like to look at and enjoy doing.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Science & Health Universities & Libraries

Current Events in Africa Web Archive (CEAWA)

Collected by: Africana Librarians Council

Archived since: Mar, 2014

Description:

A collaborative project led and funded by the Africana Librarians Council’s Title VI Librarians, this is a project dedicated to archiving websites which document current events in African countries. The goal of this project is a plan to create permanent archive copies of content-rich websites that are valuable to scholars and students interested in studying and analyzing African events as they unfold.

Subject:   Politics & Elections,  Spontaneous Events ,  Society & Culture

Cyclone Yasi

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Feb, 2011

Description:

Cyclone Yasi

Subject:   Spontaneous Events ,  Cyclone Yasi Australia

DMV Sports

Collected by: Paul VI Catholic High School

Archived since: Nov, 2010

Description:

District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia (DMV) sports news.

Subject:   Society & Culture,  Spontaneous Events

Dakota Access Pipeline

Collected by: San Jose State University, School of Information

Archived since: Oct, 2016

Description:

A collection of websites, which include news articles, government documents, and social media, documenting the Dakota Access Pipeline construction and related protests.

Subject:   Society & Culture Government,  Spontaneous Events ,  Dakota Access Pipeline; Missouri River; Standing Rock Sioux Tribe of North & South Dakota; Public utilities; Protest and social movements; Petroleum industry and trade; Energy development; Environmental justice

Damascus Gas Attack

Collected by: Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network

Archived since: Aug, 2013

Description:

This is a collection of URLs about the Damascus gas attack.

Subject:   Spontaneous Events

Darcelle XV Showplace

Collected by: Houghton Library

Archived since: Jan, 2020

Description:

The Darcelle XV Showplace web archive is a part of the Darcelle XV Showplace photographic collection. This collection documents two decades of performance at the Portland (Or.) drag queen club, Darcelle XV Showplace.

Subject:   Society & Culture Arts & Humanities,  Spontaneous Events ,  Drag Drag queens Nightclubs Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Intersex, Asexual + (LGBTQIA+)

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