Collaboration on web archives
We enter into partnerships with, among others, experts and researchers to improve our collection and display of the Danish part of the Internet. Read more about our collaboration opportunities.
If you are an IT developer, web curator or researcher and use web material in your work, we would like to collaborate with you.
NetarchiveSuite is a software package for curating large web archiving projects. It is an Open Source software developed by Royal Danish Library, and it is being further developed by the NetarchiveSuite community, which consists of Royal Danish Library, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Östereichische Nationalbibliothek, Biblioteca Nacional de España and Kungliga biblioteket - National Library of Sweden.
If you are interested in participating in the work, you can read more at NetarchiveSuite.
We have also developed a special interface to the collected internet material, SolrWayback, which makes it easier to search and not least to view it. The frontend is developed as Open Source, so if you are curious, want to collaborate with us, or install the software yourself, you can read more on our Github page.
We collaborate at national level with NetLab, which is primarily a collaboration with researchers.
Internationally, we work with many different organisations, including national web archives as well as researchers, as a member of the IIPC (International Internet Preservation Consortium).
Together, work is being done on further development of tools for web archiving and building thematic web collections which are publicly available.