An in-depth resource with information about why to document and archive activist activities (as well as considerations of possible complications from documenting) in addition to step-by-step actionable instructions related to creating and maintaining video in the field. Although it specifically focuses on video, a lot of the concepts are applicable to different formats as well. The guide is created by the nonprofit WITNESS whose mission is to "train and support activists and citizens around the world to use video safely, ethically, and effectively to expose human rights abuse and fight for human rights change." In addition to the guide to archiving video, they also offer a library of additional resources.
This project offers resources for responsibly archiving social media content, particularly from activist groups.
A guide written by digital archivists at The New School Archives on how to maintain and preserve your own digital archives.