The Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute's "War on Ukraine" Guide Information on the current crisis and its immediate historical context from Harvard's Ukrainian Research Institute, the primary center of Ukrainian studies in the United States
NATO's "The Russian Invasion of Ukraine - Special LibGuide" A structured information resource compiled by the NATO Library, including texts of official documents (NATO, EU), articles, reports, and multimedia content related to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Updated List: The Russian Attack on Ukraine, February 2022 Lists of media and academic resources provided in a series of Tweets by Dr. Andrea Orzoff (New Mexico State University)
East Carolina University’s Federal Documents, Sources on the Russo-Ukrainian Conflict and Sources on the Russo-Ukrainian Conflict, Part Two: The Russian Military and Eastern Europe
A collection of US government documents and reports related to the Russo-Ukrainian Conflict 2014-present
The Kyiv Independent is an English-language news outlet out of Kyiv
The BBC Ukrainian and Russian Services provide in-depth coverage in Russian and Ukrainian (respectively) by journalists from the region stationed in London and their correspondents inside Russia and Ukraine
Meduza is a primarily Russian-language news outlet out of Latvia
Радио Свобода is the Russian-language Radio Liberty/Radio Free Europe channel
The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies’ Internet Encyclopedia of Ukraine
An online encyclopedia of Ukraine that includes a very detailed and extensive history of Ukraine from 5400 BC through the end of the Soviet period.
Episode from Vox’s Today Explained Podcast Featuring Prof. Timothy Snyder (Yale)
A rich, concise overview of the long history of Russian-Ukrainian relations.
There are a variety of efforts being undertaken to rescue endangered digital content from Ukraine.
For cultural heritage data rescue, there is a cooperative effort called Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage. SUCHO is looking for volunteers to help with the identification of valuable web content as well as with the mechanics of web archiving themselves.
The Library of Congress is archiving government websites and web publications in Russia and Ukraine as part of its East European Government Ministries Web Archive.
A small number of sites are being captured for preservation as part of the Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Union collection in the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation’s Web Archiving program.