K12 Web Archiving Program Application
If you were a K-12 student, which websites would you want to save for future generations? What would you want people to look at 50 or even 500 years from now? How would you select these websites and describe their use, meaning, and value? These questions are central to the K-12 Web Archiving Program, a program launched in 2008 as a partnership between the Internet Archive and the Library of Congress.

Now in its eighth year, the program provides a new perspective on saving history and culture, digital literacy, and critical thinking by having students make decisions about what "at risk" websites will be saved for posterity and actively work together to collect and describe those websites they deem worthy of long-term preservation.

We recommend that new applicants familiarize themselves with the following videos prior to applying in order to gain an understanding of web archiving and the Archive-It application that is used as part of the program.

Library of Congress, Web Archiving Overview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0943YkhLWU
Archive-It, Informational Webinar: http://bit.ly/ait-intro-video

Apply by September 17th for full consideration.

Schools selected to participate will be notified the week of September 25th.

Questions can be directed to Sylvie Rollason-Cass, sylvie@archive.org. The K-12 Program website can be found at https://archive-it.org/blog/k12-web-archiving-program/

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How do you see this project relating to other teaching with primary sources activities?
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Describe how you might implement this special project, which may not relate directly to your curriculum or content standards.
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How will you select a group of students with varied interests to participate? Describe the student group (for example: class/club/after school program, grade level(s))
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Archive-It requires access to the internet and works best on desktop or laptop computers. Please describe where and how you and your students will be accessing websites and using Archive-It.
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Returning partners only: What contributions would you be willing to make to support the program and new partners?
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