What is web archiving?
Web archiving captures websites at various moments in time, creating curated collections of sites that ensure future access to content. An archived webpage can be interacted with as it existed at the particular moment in time it was captured, regardless of future page changes or deletion.
Tisch’s web archiving program uses the Archive-It service to capture websites that build on existing Tisch Library collection strengths and complement research and teaching taking place at Tufts. Collections can be browsed by site, or searched by keyword.
Web archives at Tisch
The Environmental Justice collection contains websites, media, blogs, and social media feeds of citizen groups and organizations that deal with environmental justice issues. The collection focuses primarily on the United States, with an emphasis on the Boston area and the Northeast. In addition to sites covering environmental justice issues broadly, the collection contains topical subgroups focused on the City of Boston & Greater Boston; indigenous peoples; housing & urban issues; women; food justice; and water justice.