Websites and pages about the elections disappear quickly after the election period, leaving a void of information in place of History.
It’s everyone’s responsibility to preserve the memory. We are inviting you to identify web pages related to the elections, as soon as you can, so that the debates and ideas of this time are not forgotten.
Just add to the collaborative list the addresses of pages or sites that you find relevant for the future memory of these elections, through the following link:
Memorial (hight quality preservation) and image search were highlighted as new developments in Arquivo.pt during Jornadas de Computação Científica 2019, held from 6 to 8 at the University of Azores in Ponta Delgada.
On the first day of this annual event, Arquivo.pt developed a training session in 4 parts:
Participants learned about the web preservation service offered to the community by the Arquivo.pt that for the purpose of researching and safeguarding the digital heritage, and how they can help preserve the Web.
In addition to the Jornadas 2019, the Arquivo.pt team also made two presentations in class context. The first was to students of the Informatics – Networks and Multimedia course at the University of Azores, and the second at the Escola Secundária das Laranjeiras (high school) in Ponta Delgada.
To schedule a training session with Arquivo.pt, contact us.
Next Thursday, 28th March, is the last day to visit Arquivo.pt Exhibition in FCT – Library, in Caparica.
The exhibition is open to the public all day long, from 9 am to 8 pm and shows six iconic pages from Portugal’s recent history such as the result of the 1996 Presidential Elections in Portugal, the Expo’98 page, or the first home page of the RTP television network, published in 1998.
FCT – Library is located at Caparica Campus. For further information call 212 94 78 29.
This exhibition is itinerant, so if you are interested in bringing it to your city or institution, please contact Arquivo.pt.
The President of the Portuguese Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, the Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education (MCTES), Manuel Heitor, and the vice-president of FCT, Helena Pereira attended the ceremony.
In his speech, Marcelo Rebelo highlighted the importance of initiatives like Arquivo.pt Awards, as well as the services offered by the portal.