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The University Archives is exploring new technologies that will help capture information shared on student organization websites and social media channels. This is a screen capture of our first crawl of Develle Dish’s website on March 4, 2011, made with the Internet Archive’s Archive-It service. Since then, we’ve crawled and archived the website 15 times.
Why is this historically important?
- Websites (and social media) are key components of a student group’s public face. The content, images, and layout choices on a website communicates information about how the group wants to represent itself.
- They may also be repositories for group documentation, such as meeting agendas and minutes; videos and photos from group events; and position statements or essays from group members.
Capture of Develle Dish homepage, March 4, 2011. From the University Archives Web Archive Collection, 2010-ongoing. Duke University Archives.