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== Description ==
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Perma creates high fidelity web captures on demand for the specific goal of preserving citations. When a user creates a Perma record, perma.cc captures the referenced web content and generates a new link to a playback of the archived record. The record will always be available through the Perma.cc link and is displayed in an iFrame including time and date of capture as well as a path to the live page. Records are stored by the Harvard Law School Library and a consortium of partner institutions.
Perma.cc differs from traditional web crawlers, capturing content that allows for a high fidelity replay of a given webpage so that users see and interact with a website the way they would have with the live site. It also provides a user interface for account holders to organize and manage their links. Institutional accounts allow for shared foldering. Free for academic institutions and courts. Individual users can create 10 links per month for free. Paid individual accounts and commercial subscriptions available for access to unlimited link creation by non-academic affiliates.
== User Experiences ==
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* [http://strathoa.tumblr.com/post/175604632530/maintaining-and-preserving-the-digital-scholarly 2018-07-06 Maintaining and preserving the digital scholarly record with Perma.cc]
* [https://blogs.harvard.edu/perma/2015/04/14/how-can-faculty-use-perma-cc/ 2015-05-14: How Can Faculty Use Perma.cc?]
* [https://www.library.umass.edu/services/writing-and-publication/perma-cc/ UMass Amherst LibGuide ]
== Development Activity ==
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All development activity can be seen on GitHub: https://github.com/harvard-lil/perma/commits/develop