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Making the black hole gray: web archiving at the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) = Quand le trou noir s’éclaircit: l’archivage du web au NYARC (New York Art Resources Consortium) Dr. Stephen Bury, Andrew W. Melon Chief Librarian, Frick Art Reference Library, New York & Walter Schlecht, former FARL intern Préconference ILFA 2014 – Bibliotheques d’art, Paris, 12-14 août 2014

IFLA Art Libraries section 2014 presentation on NYARC webarchiving project with Stephen Bury

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Making the black hole gray: web archiving at the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) = Quand le trou noir sclaircit: larchivage du web au NYARC (New York Art Resources Consortium)

Making the black hole gray: web archiving at the New York Art Resources Consortium (NYARC) = Quand le trou noir sclaircit: larchivage du web au NYARC (New York Art Resources Consortium)Dr. Stephen Bury, Andrew W. Melon Chief Librarian, Frick Art Reference Library, New York&Walter Schlecht, former FARL intern

Prconference ILFA 2014 Bibliotheques dart, Paris, 12-14 aot 2014

NYARC Collection Development

Internet Archive Search Page

Archive-It

Noguchi catalogue raisonn

Primo Discovery Layer Maquette

Archive-It site discovered via Primo

Explorit Discovery Layer (Deep Web Technologies)

M-LEAD II Internship

Selection

Missing Content

Blocked by Robots.txt files

Poor-quality captures

Comparing Live Versions to Archived Versions

Crawl Problems found in Backlog

Rating SystemWebarchivability

1 - Good Web archiving candidate2- Some anticipated minor issues3 - Anticipated major issues4 - Very difficult to capture5 - Unsuitable for Web archiving

Scope

1 - priority for inclusion (as expressed by NYARC directors)2 - high scholarly value / well aligned with NYARC collecting scope3 - moderate scholarly value / less aligned with NYARC collecting scope4 - low scholarly value5 - directory or database / out of scope

Organizing Seeds Using Visual Display

The Importance of Preserving Ephemeral Materials