IT History Society (ITHS)
ITHS is an international group of over 600 members working together to document, preserve, catalog, and research the history of Information Technology (IT). The site includes a wide array of resources. Featured is the International Database of Historical and Archival Sites, ITHS’ exclusive catalog of resource sites concerning IT history.
Charles Babbage Institute (CBI), Center for the History of Information Technology
CBI archivists collect, preserve, and make available for research primary source materials relating to the history of information technology. The archival collection consists of corporate records, manuscript materials, records of professional associations, oral history interviews, trade publications, periodicals, obsolete manuals and product literature, photographs, films, videos, and reference materials. CBI also serves as a clearinghouse for resources on the history of information technology.
SIGCIS (Special Interest Group, Computers, Information and Society)
SIGCIS is the leading international group for historians with an interest in the history of information technology and its applications. The SIGCIS website holds a variety of electronic resources, including guides to the History of Computing literature, a selection of work contributed by members, a growing collection of syllabi in the field, and more.
Computer History Museum (CHM)
CHM preserves and celebrates computer history and offers the largest international collection of computing artifacts. The site offers online catalog of more than 50,000 objects. Features The Timeline of Computing History, a popular research tool.
The Exchange (Publication of the Business History Conference)
The Exchange is a resource that provides current information about and of interest to Business History Conference members and the wider world of business and economic historians. It is a popular resource for researchers and historians that encourages all aspects of research and teaching of business history and the environment in which business operates.
Internet Archive (IA)
The Internet Archive was founded to build an Internet library. Its purposes include offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital format. Of particular interest is the Wayback Machine, a popular researcher tool. Additionally, IA can digitize your collections and provide open and free access, long-term storage, unlimited downloads, and lifetime file management. Internet Archive has scanned more than 600 million pages with partners ranging from the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian to New York Public Library, Harvard, and MIT. Internet Archive digitized the majority of INPUT iCenter collection items.