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An introduction to the A/B testing platform, launched November 2020, by Jason
Topics: testing, abtesting
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An introduction on how to develop for Offshoot with TypeScript, LitElement, WebComponents, and Snowpack
Topics: archive.org, uxteam, typescript, web components, lit-element
Archive.org Help Documentation & Videos
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This video includes in-depth explanations about how to perform powerful, complex search queries on archive.org using boolean operators and fielded search.
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Topics: how to, help video, search queries
Archive Academy Presentations
by Carolyn Madeo
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User Testing + UserTesting.com Course: An overview of planning and conducting user testing with in-person and remote users as well as an introduction to unmoderated testing with UserTesting.com. NOTE: This is a WebEx .arf file. Please click on "Show All Files" and download the .arf file. You will ALSO need the WebEx player (also in this collection) to play the .arf.
Topics: user, testing, Archive, Academy
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Special Topics talk given July 2018 to Archive Engineering. SLIDES We show a prototype of just out feature from GitLab for Auto DevOps, an extension of CI/CD that only requires code repositories and kubernetes clusters to "do everything" right from only a commit & push.  NOTE: the audio is really rough in spots -- a hand-corrected captions is avail when playing. Find the [cc] button on the control bar and select 'devops'  Transcript: Guess it is fullscreen. No it's fullscreen....
Topics: devops, coding, gitlab, kubernetes, docker, continuous integration, continuous development
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Catalog system: what it is. Meaning of row colors. How to inspect tasks. Qualifies people to correctly stop, restart, set priority, and delete tasks. Outline of presentation on twiki.
Topics: Hank, catalog, task, management
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Overview of catalog tasks and how to write code for them: how the code will be invoked, what class variables and methods it will inherit, conventions that are followed, and library code that's often used.
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Topics: Hank, catalog, task, deriver, module, code
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by Internet Archive
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Accessibility Panel recorded at the Internet Archive on September 12, 2017. The goal of this panel was to sensitize our staff and engineering team on some of the challenges that can be inadvertently created for people with visual impairment in their regular activity and coding. Additionally, it was a way for the team to become familiar with the work each of the panelist, and to become better acquainted with resources to which they might turn for information and guidance. Panelists: Frank Welte...
Topics: accessibility, best practices, design, engineering, visual impairment, Blind
Archive.org Help Documentation & Videos
by Alexis Rossi
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Written in April of 2016 by Alexis Rossi , Director of Media & Access at the Internet Archive.  This chapter was translated into German and published in  Kulturelles Erbe in der digitalen Welt (Cultural Heritage in the Digital World), edited by Ellen Euler and Paul Klimpel.  DOI
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Archive Academy Presentations
by Tracey Jaquith
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Presentation during UX Forum 2021-10-08 (UX Team, Internet Archive)
Topics: deno, javascript, ux
Internet Archive Staff Presentations
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Introduction to Nomad at the Internet Archive, given by Tracey in December 2020
Topics: nomad, devops
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Introduction to the Internet Archive Twiki Site; How to navigate and Search the TWiki; How to Edit or Create Twiki pages. https://wiki.archive.org/twiki/bin/view/EngineeringTeam/TWikiTrainingCourse
Topics: Tim, Twiki, Internet, Archive, Academy
Archive.org Help Documentation & Videos
by Alexis Rossi
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The Internet Archive is a nonprofit library founded to gather knowledge in digital formats and make it available to everyone in the world for free. As part of the Internet Archive’s mission of “Universal Access to All Knowledge,” we have spent years building up collections of books, web pages, TV, movies, radio, concerts, etc.  But 40+ million objects can be a daunting library to navigate. This video will focus on:  An overview of some major collections on archive.org and how to use...
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Topics: how to, site tour, internet archive
Archive.org Help Documentation & Videos
by Alexis Rossi
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This introduction to using the Wayback Machine includes information about searching by URL or keyword, understanding provenance, and saving your own pages, along with other features. Wayback Machine Browser Extensions & add ons:  Chrome Firefox Safari Wayback Machine apps:  iOS Android Resources Help Center - Wayback Machine Fact Checks and Context for Wayback Machine Pages (2020) The Wayback Machine’s Save Page Now is New and Improved (2019) Wayback Machine Playback… now with...
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Topics: internet archive, wayback machine
Archive Academy Presentations
by Brenton Cheng
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Discussion of new APIs at the Archive by Jake, Will, and Kenji on March 17, 2016.
Topics: Training, Academy, APIs
Archive Academy Presentations
by Internet Archive
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Open Library Overview Presentation delivered by Jessamyn West on December 11, 2015. NOTE: This is a WebEx .arf file. Please click on "Show All Files" and download the .arf file. You will ALSO need the WebEx player (also in this collection) to play the .arf.
Topics: Training, OpenLibrary, Jessamyn
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Jim on understanding of how items are stored and how restricted collections work. 
Topics: Jim, item, structure, permissions, academy, training
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Crawling at the Internet Archive, plus a live lab project! 
Topics: internet, archive, crawl, crawling, academy
Archive Academy Presentations
by Jude Coleho
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WebEx ARF File of with a great discussion of Jira delivered by Jude C. on January 13, 1016.
Topics: Jira, Training, Academy
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by Jude C.
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Jude C. Discussion the metadata manager.  Audio is a bit weak, but a great session none-the-less
Topics: Jude, metadata, metamgr, training, academy
Archive Academy Presentations
by Sam S
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Introduction to the hardware, network, and O/S stack that supports our systems NOTE: This is a WebEx .arf file. Please click on "Show All Files" and download the .arf file. You will ALSO need the WebEx player (also in this collection) to play the .arf.
Topics: cluster, infrastructure, overview, archive, academy
Archive Academy Presentations
by Evan Minto
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Evan Minto presents "Taming CSS" for Internet Archive's Special Topics to Engineering July 24, 2018
Topics: css, sass, less, front end, web development
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These are .wmv (Windows Media) transcodings of the Archive Academy videos (https://archive.org/details/ArchiveAcademy) which are in Webex form only as of April 12th, 2017. These files should probably be re-encoded to WebM or Ogg and included in the original items. Webex .arf files require proprietary software to view or transcode, and there is no solution for viewing such files on, eg, contemporary Linux 64bit machines.
Topics: archive.org, Archive Academy
Internet Archive Help Center
by Alexis Rossi
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This walk through describes how to upload files to the Internet Archive.
Topics: help center, uploading, internet archive
Archive Academy Presentations
by Internet Archive Team
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This is the media player for the WebEx content files (.arf) in this collection
Topics: Training, Archive_Academy