Would you like to have your own IT developer to support you when studying the archived web?
This may be possible now. NetLab advertises a number of full time IT developer support weeks to Danish researchers studying phenomena on the web — both the live web that you want to archive, and the web that is already in an existing web archive.
Who can apply?
Applications are accepted from all researchers and research teams within the Humanities, no matter the discipline and the methodological approach. Researchers must be from one of the partners in the DIGHUMLAB consortium:
- Aalborg University
- Aarhus University
- The University of Copenhagen
- The University of Southern Denmark
- The Royal Library.
Get inspired by previous projects
If you want to draw inspiration from previous projects, please have a look at the list of projects that were supported in 2018-19.
NetLab is part of the national Danish research infrastructure DIGHUMLAB and supports researchers who want to study the archived web, either as something to be archived by the researcher or as it is found in an existing web archive such as the national Danish web archive Netarkivet (archives the entire Danish web, established 2005) or the US based Internet Archive.
Questions or comments?
Get in touch with head of NetLab, Niels Brügger, at email@example.com.