The North Carolina State Government Web Site Archives allows free and open access to North Carolina state agency web sites dating back to 1996. Access this collection using the link above or by visiting http://webarchives.ncdcr.gov.
The Arizona State Agencies collection contains content from the websites of Arizona state government agencies, boards, and commissions.
Stanford University's Social Science Resource Group's collection on Intergovernmental and Non-governmental Organizations that focus on the environmental policy of climate change and global warming.
This collection is dedicated to preserving web-based information of importance to the global community of human rights researchers, students, policymakers and advocates.
The Flood of 2008 Collection documents events following the largest natural disaster in the history of The University of Iowa.
This collection of websites chronicles the August 2008 conflict between Georgia and Russia over the disputed South Ossetia region. Websites were contributed by Internet Archive and the greater Archive-It partner community.
The University of Texas Libraries’ Human Rights Documentation Initiative Collection features fragile websites containing human rights documentation and related content from human rights organizations and advocates across the globe.
A collection of Web sites that document Virginia's 2010 Congressional elections (primary and general). All 11 members of Virginia’s Congressional Delegation were up for election in 2010, and their campaign sites and related web presence are archived here.
This collection is currently documenting the events of the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti and the aftermath, including the rescue efforts from around the world and the stories and circumstances of the Haitian people. Archive-It partners Library of Congress, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Virginia Tech and CTRnet, and University of Texas Libraries have all contributed websites for this collection.
This collection contains material created by the State of Maryland related to state planning.
The purpose of this collection is to provide documented information about whistleblowers and the act of whistleblowing in the United States and internationally, over time.
This collection highlights Public.Resource.Org, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission of making government information more accessible, with a particular emphasis on video and the law.
University of Texas, San Antonio has put together an enticing collection of food blogs featuring Mexican cuisine.
This collection from University of Texas, San Antonio contains websites and blogs addressing water issues in Texas and throughout the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo Watershed.
The Clinical Translational Science Award Collection document and preserve the progress of the Clinical Translational Science Award websites.
This collection, from fifth graders at New York City PS 56 in Queens is their student's guide to the wonderful arts and varieties of cultures.
A collection of websites, news coverage, and commentary. Includes the most recent events in Libya, Egypt and Sudan. Our partners at Library of Congress, Bibliothèque nationale de France, the British Library, and Stanford University have contributed websites for this collection.
The Fulbright Academy of Science and Technology promotes the work of 300,000+ alumni of the Fulbright Exchange Program. The collection also has materials from agencies and organizations responsible for administering the grants, e.g. application information, newsletters and alumni profiles.
This collection depicts the events after the Earthquake and Tsunami in Japan in March 2011. Our partners at Virginia Tech: Crisis, Tragedy, and Recovery Network, Japan's National Diet Library, Library of Congress, and Harvard's Reischauer Institute of Japanese Studies have contributed websites for this collection.
A collection of 'born online’ literary magazines in German language. It is conducted by the Innsbruck Newspaper Archive, University of Innsbruck.
This collection collects the historical content from individual's shoeboxes as well as the oral history around them as digital stories. The photos, videos, audio recordings, stories and documents document a rich social history at the individual level.
A collection of homepages by German speaking authors conducted by the Innsbruck Newspaper Archive, University of Innsbruck.