n.the result generated from the crawl of a web resourceAshling 2006, 27Two national libraries and an IT company have joined forces to develop a Web-harvesting tool designed to collect material for digital heritage collections. The National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Matauranga o Aotearoa; The British Library (BL); and Sytec, a subsidiary of TelstraClear, were appointed by the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) to find an easy-to-use Web-harvesting method that did not require the operators to have in-depth technical knowledge.Dooley and Bowers 2018, 22All seeds are captured by harvesting software. In some contexts, seed URLs may appear on a calendar page in addition to (or instead of) the descriptive metadata record.Samouelian and Dooley 2018, 18SFM’s primary focus is on harvesting from social media APIs. It makes use of Heritrix for capture of websites and media embedded or referenced in social media. It uses the WARC format for storing harvests; WARCs may be used in a variety of other applications for analysis and playback.v.to collect content or metadata from a web resourceBlackaby and Sandore 1997, 129The result of this search can be identical to that of a fielded database, but a feature of a text search engine is that it locates terms that are sought whether they are explicitly identified (as an artist’s name might be in a fielded database) or simply mentioned in a descriptive passage. In this informal approach, the issue is harvesting appropriate data from the native repositories within the institution and giving it a common look and feel without particular regard to the structure of the native data.Prom and Swain 2007, 360The filters in HTTrack are powerful enough so that we could direct the crawler to use the RSO list to harvest student organization sites from distributed servers.Velte 2018, 114Unlike Web archiving more generally, collecting social media as data sets usually involves using the social media platform’s application programming interface (API) to harvest content and associated metadata in formats like JSON or XML.Samouelian and Dooley 2018, 17Social Feed Manager (SFM) is a web application that allows users to create collections of data from social media platforms including Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr and Sina Weibo (Chinese microblogging site). The application harvests social media data via public APIs, and images and web pages are linked from or embedded in the social media using Heritrix.Abrams et al. 2019, 445Archive-It’s high use makes sense, as the subscription-based web archiving service “helps organizations to harvest, build, and manage born digital collections” and “collect, catalog, and manage their collections of archived content” with round-the-clock access and full-text search capabilities without organizations having to devote significant internal resources to harvesting, preserving, and providing access to web archives.