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  1. From web archiving to web collecting • The development of the KB’s web archive • Anna Rademakers, May 21st 2014

  2. From web archiving to web collecting Introduction • Collection policy of the KB in general • The history of web archiving in the KB • From web archiving to web collecting

  3. From web archiving to web collecting Mission statement • “We bring people and information together” • we offer everyone everywhere access to everything published in and about the Netherlands. • we play a central role in the (scientific) information infrastructure of the Netherlands. • we promote permanent access to digital information both nationally and internationally.

  4. From web archiving to web collecting Web archiving in the KB • Correspondswithourgeneralcollection policy • Archiving & making permanentlyaccessible • Since 2007 • Ca. 6000 websites • Using the WaybackMachine • At the moment onsiteaccessible in the KB forgeneral user • Datasets foracademic research (e.g. Webart)

  5. From web archiving to web collecting Limitations • No full .nl domain harvest • Dutch websites also in .com and .net domain • No Dutch DepositLaw • Opt Out System: • Notice sent to web owners, theycan object tobeingarchived • Part of Dutch law, soonlyapplicableto Dutch websites

  6. From web archiving to web collecting Selection by subject librarians (1) • 1) Selection made by subject librarians: • Focus on librarycollection profile • Dutch heritage, culture, language & history • Special collections • Event harvesting (national & international (IIPC)) • E.g. 200 yearsKingdom of the Netherlands, • the Netherlands in World War I, • the Olympics,…

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  9. From web archiving to web collecting Selection by subject librarians (2) • 1) Selection made by subject librarians: • Focus on librarycollection profile • Dutch heritage, culture, language & history • Special collections • Event harvesting (national & international (IIPC)) • Websites on special topics • E.g. embassies, • Sinterklaas (Saint-Nicolas), • Product andtradeassociations,…

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  14. From web archiving to web collecting Selection by subject librarians (3) • Selection made by subject librarians: • Focus on librarycollection profile • Dutch heritage, culture, language & history • Special collections • Event harvesting (national & international (IIPC)) • Websites on special topics • Canceled websites

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  18. From web archiving to web collecting Selection by subject librarians (3) • Selection made by subject librarians: • Focus on librarycollection profile • Dutch heritage, culture, language & history • Special collections • Event harvesting (national & international (IIPC)) • Websites on special topics • Cancelled websites • Frysian websites (cooperation withTresoar)

  19. From web archiving to web collecting Selection by subject librarians (3) • Selection made by subject librarians: • Focus on librarycollection profile • Dutch heritage, culture, language & history • Special collections • Event harvesting (national & international (IIPC)) • Websites on special topics • Cancelled websites • Frysian websites (cooperation withTresoar) • How can we make ourselection more representativeandefficient?

  20. From web archiving to web collecting Selection by relevance ranking • Alexa: 500 most used websites in the Netherlands • Only 160 websites Dutch • Many marketing websites • Technical issues • Wikipedia: 12000 websites beingused as a reference in the Dutch Wikipedia • More objective • Diversity • Wikipedia community

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  23. From web archiving to web collecting What not to select? • Technical: databases, webshops,… Publications vs. services • Collectionsarchivedbyother Dutch institutions, e.g. • Websites of PoliticalParties Archipol • Although we do archivegovernmental websites! • Websites about or from Rotterdam  Municipalarchive • Although we do archivewebsites of national interest! • Controversial websites, e.g. • Right or leftwingextremists • Pedophilia • Motorcycle gangs

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  26. From web archiving to web collecting What not to select? • Technical: databases, webshops,… Publications vs. services • Collectionsarchivedbyother Dutch institutions, e.g. • Websites of PoliticalParties Archipol • Although we do archivegovernmental websites! • Websites about or from Rotterdam  Municipalarchive • Although we do archivewebsites of national interest! • Controversial websites, e.g. • Right or leftwingextremists • Pedophilia • Motorcycle gangs • KB as quality mark?

  27. From web archiving to web collecting Closing remarks • Future: • Website with search options • Online ifpossible • Further cooperation withresearchers • Further cooperation in terms of collectiondevelopment • No full archiving (because we have no legalframeworkforthat), but building a permanent andaccessiblerepresentativecollection of Dutch websites

  28. From web archiving to web collecting Thank you • Anna Rademakers • anna.rademakers@kb.nl