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After hours spent on coding and crafting your research in a visually appealing way, the last thing you want is for it to go haywire (or disappear!) due to a browser upgrade. This workshop will offer an introduction and hands-on practice to using Webrecorder.

Learn how to preserve intricate websites, such as those with embedded media, complex Javascript, and other dynamic elements, to be captured and faithfully restaged.

This workshop is particularly useful for students that are creating websites with aesthetically rich content, such as digital artwork, 3D models, news articles with infographics, and other visual online material.

Don't let your hard work become a 404 error.

Related LibGuide: Web Archiving for the Arts and Historic Preservation by Coral Salomón

Date:
Thursday, November 29, 2018
Time:
3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location:
Fisher B Level Seminar Room
Campus:
Fisher Fine Arts Library
Categories:
Digital Research Methods

Event Organizer

Coral Salomón