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Web Archiving Service (WAS)

The Off Site Link Web Archiving Service (WAS) provides you with the tools to easily capture, analyze and preserve web content. The web archives created with WAS can be searched by keyword or browsed by site. WAS web archives are free to the general public, and WAS capture tools are available by subscription. For further information visit webarchives.cdlib.org or contact washelp@ucop.edu.

Highlights from the Archives

In October of 2007, a series of wildfires broke out throughout southern California. This web archive documents that event as it appeared on California State Agency sites, federal government sites, news, blogs, social networking sites.

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The African Politics Web Archive seeks to preserve web sites for future generations as traditional libraries preserve books, journals, newspapers and other materials. The first web sites archived are election sites which generally last only a few months on the web and then disappear.

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The ca.gov domain is the 3rd largest domain in the U.S. government web. A great deal of that content is published by the State of California, and represents a rich source of material for researchers, students, the general public and state agencies themselves. This archive preserves access to hundreds of state agency sites that are captured on a regular basis.

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The project intends to capture and archive the web sites by and about some of the more important political organizations and related NGOs from the countries of the Middle East.

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In May 2008, the Cyclone Nargis struck the country of Myanmar. One of the largest cyclones in recorded history, its force was concentrated on a nation with an insular government. The public response to this event included not only reaction to the storm itself, but to the Myanmar government's handling of relief efforts, communication and foreign aid.

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Last updated: December 14, 2012
Document owner: Tracy Seneca