Key Studies Contributed by PANDORA
Because the PANDORA Archive was one of the first archives established by national libraries around the world, it has sometimes been studied by those seeking to set up their own web archiving programs. The National Library of Australia has contributed to the following studies, which place PANDORA in the context of web archiving activity elsewhere in the world.
Beagrie, Neil. National Digital Preservation Initiatives: An Overview of Development in Australia, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom and of Related International Activity. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources and Library of Congress, 2003. Online at http://www.clir.org/pubs/reports/pub116/pub116.pdf
Day, Michael. Collecting and Preserving the World Wide Web: A Feasibility Study Undertaken for the JISC and Wellcome Trust. Bath:UKOLN, University of Bath, 2003. Online at http://www.jisc.ac.uk/uploaded_documents/archiving_feasibility.pdf
Hodge, Gail and Evelyn Frangakis. Digital Preservation and Permanent Access to Scientific Information: The State of the Practice: A Report Sponsored by the International Council for Scientific and Technical Information and CENDI, February 2004, revised 2004.Online at http://cendi.dtic.mil/publications/04-3dig_preserv.html