I'm solely responsible for our web/digital archives activities (but not so much ~*collection development*~), and I have a strong sense this could be a really major series of events in the institution's history. I feel we should proactively document this time, but struggling with how do I act quickly and ethically and within the bounds of my position?
@sabrams yes! (our "to talk" list just keeps growing). I'd appreciate hearing more what strategies worked/didn't work & what you ended up deciding to capture.
@elizabeengland i'll send you an email!
@elizabeengland Aah! This is literally the subject of the Web Archiving Section's meeting at SAA this year. (Uh, rapid response, not this particular sitch). Join us!
@landlibrarian that's so good to know! Yes, I will be there!
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