WADL 2022 Homepage
Web Archiving and Digital Libraries -- a Virtual Workshop in conjunction with
Date: June 20, 2022
We welcome broad attendance; please contact the co-chairs for any questions you may have.
Please see the approved
WADL 2022 workshop description from the JCDL proceedings as well as the workshop page hosted by the conference.
Please also refer to past WADL homepages:
and 2016. Past
workshop proceedings can be found from:
Prior workshops have led in part to a special issue of the
International Journal on Digital Libraries.
Due to the current state of the world, WADL 2022 will be held entirely online.
Please note though that JCDL 2022 is currently planned as a hybrid
event and we encourage all WADL attendees to also register and attend JCDL.
WADL 2022 will continue the WADL tradition to provide a forum and collaboration platform for international leaders from academia, industry, and government to discuss challenges, and share insights, in designing and implementing concepts, tools, and standards in the realm of web archiving. Together, we will explore the integration of web archiving and digital libraries, over the complete digital resource life cycle: creation/authoring, uploading, publishing on the web, crawling/collecting, compressing, formatting, storing, preserving, analyzing, indexing, supporting access, etc.
WADL 2022 will cover all topics of interest and specifically invite contributions from practitioners. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Event archiving and collection building
- National and international perspectives on web archiving
- Social media archiving
- Community building
- Ethics in web archiving
- Archival metadata, description, classification
- Archival standards, protocols, systems, tools
- Crawling of dynamic, online art, and mobile content
- Discovery of archived resources
- Diversity in web archives
- Extraction and analysis of archival records
- Interoperability of web archiving systems
- Continue to build the diverse community of people integrating web archiving with digital libraries
- Help attendees learn about useful methods, systems, tools, and software in this area
- Help chart future research and practice in this area, to enable more and higher quality web archiving
- Promote synergistic efforts including collaborative projects and proposals
- Produce an archival publication that will help advance technology and practice
Invited Talk: TBD
- Chair: Martin Klein, Scientist, Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library,
- Co-chair: Mat
Kelly, Assistant Professor, Drexel University, College of
Computing and Informatics,
- Co-chair: Zhiwu Xie, Professor & Chief Strategy Officer, Virginia Tech Libraries,
- Co-chair: Edward A. Fox, Professor and Director
Digital Library Research Laboratory, Virginia Tech,
- Brunelle, Justin F., The MITRE Corporation, email@example.com
- Duncan, Sumitra, Frick Art Reference Library, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Finnell, Joshua, Colgate University, email@example.com
- Goethals, Andrea, National Library of New Zealand, Andrea.Goethals@dia.govt.nz
- Jones, Shawn, Los Alamos National Laboratory, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ko, Lauren, UNT Libraries, email@example.com
- Lyon, Meghan, Library of Congress, firstname.lastname@example.org
- McCown, Frank, Harding University, email@example.com
- Nelson, Michael, Old Dominion University, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Nwala, Alexander, Indiana University, email@example.com
- Rampin, Vicky, New York University, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Risse, Thomas, University Frankfurt, University Library J. C.
- Taylor, Nicholas, Los Alamos National Laboratory, email@example.com
- Weber, Matthew, Rutgers University, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Weigle, Michele, Old Dominion University, email@example.com
- Wrubel, Laura, Stanford University, firstname.lastname@example.org