2020 Workshop On Open Citations And Open Scholarly Metadata 2020 - Fatcat (video on

2019-10-25 FORCE2019 - Perpetual Access Machines: Archiving Web-Published Scholarship at Scale (video on

Blog Posts And Press

2021-03-09: - Search Scholarly Materials Preserved in the Internet Archive

2020-09-17 - Don't Say We Didn't Warn You

2020-09-15: - How the Internet Archive is Ensuring Permanent Access to Open Access Journal Articles

2020-02-18 - The Scholarly Record At The Internet Archive

2019-04-18 - Personal Pods and Fatcat

2018-10-03 - Brief Talk At Internet Archive Event

2018-03-05 - Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Awards Grant to the Internet Archive for Long Tail Journal Preservation

Background / Bibliography

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