When you are nearing the end of your digital project, review the documentation you have collected about your project and centralize the materials in one accessible space.
Below you will find PDF examples of such forms and checklists. This documentation will contextualize your work for future audiences.
If your project meets the criteria in this section, it is eligible for display on the Digital Projects website. Please contact email@example.com (ideally at the project planning stage) to discuss if you digital project would be suitable for inclusion.
When determining if your project meets the criteria for consideration, please note that inclusion on the Digital Projects site is determined by if the project:
Web archiving is the process of collecting portions of the World Wide Web to ensure the information is preserved in an archive for use by future researchers, historians and the public.
A. Evaluating the Project
Are a set of recommendations for making Web content more accessible, primarily for people with disabilities and also for all those utilizing limited or low speed devices, such as mobile phones.
WC3 Web Accessibility Initiative: Accessibility Fundamentals Overview
WC3 Web Accessibility Initiative: Evaluating Web Accessibility Overview Video
Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool: WAVE
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There are several reasons why you would share your digital projects and the research data.
Support the growth of knowledge.
Add to the scholarly conversation with sound research that answers a novel question or advances the field.
Ensure the long-term preservation of and access to your data.
Comply with funder or journal requirements (faculty).
B. Where to Share?
Online Repository (Institutional or Discipline-Specific)
Zenodo is a public-facing, cross-disciplinary repository. Some repositories are discipline specific.
Conferences, panels and symposiums
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