About the Web History Center
- A one-time, five-to-eight-year drive to preserve the main records of the Web's history through the present;
- An ongoing program to record the continuing history of the Web as it unfolds;
- Multiple routes for public access and input, including the open version of the Web history digital archive, educational programs, exhibits, and events such as the upcoming 2007 Web History Day.
Sustainability and Evaluation
The Web History Center is developing a sustainability plan based on income from grants and gifts, corporate memberships, advertising, and possibly other means of self-support.
The Center is developing an evaluation program with clearly measurable objectives and outcomes, to be assessed at regular intervals using a number of metrics.
The Web History Center has its main activities hosted at the Computer History Museum in the San Francisco Bay Area and at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in Terre Haute, Indiana, with representatives near Geneva, Switzerland and near Bath in the United Kingdom.