Virtual events often create digital artifacts such as shared documents or brainstorming boards. Your archiving process will consider the purpose of these artifacts; whether you need to change access permissions after an event and, if so, how soon; whether artifacts are to remain public and for how long; how the artifacts can be found (e.g., on a shared resources page); and whether there are additional editing or formatting steps that you as curator need to undertake. The intended use and audience(s) for artifacts should be made clear upfront to those contributing, and authorship should be appropriately acknowledged.
Citation: Center for Scientific Collaboration and Community Engagement. (2022) CSCCE Glossary: Virtual Events. Pratt, Woodley, Ainsworth, Carter, Crall, Elkins, Gauthier, Ihle, Kornahrens, Martinic, Santistevan, Shaikh, Sidik, and Wyatt doi: 10.5281/zenodo.6608609