"The trouble with reference rot"
Herbert Van de Sompel and Martin Klein were interviewed for this article by Jeffrey M Perkel for Nature News on the work of the Hiberlink project.
"Memento Time Travel"
Presentation at the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) General Assembly in Palo Alto, California, 28 April
"Reference Rot: Threat and Remedy"
Breakout session at UKS 38th Annual Conference, Glasgow, 30 & 31 March
"What EDINA does:Ensuring Ease & Continuity of Access"
Presentation at Convention on Automation of Libraries in Education and Research, CALIBER 2015, March 12-14, Shimla HP, India.
Read the paper by Peter Burnhill and the blog post on his trip to India
"Preserving the Integrity of the Scholarly Record"
Presentation at the Edinburgh Digital Preservation Meeting, Edinburgh, 16 February
"For more than 70 percent of papers that link to web pages, revisiting the originally referenced web content proved impossible."
Herbert Van de Sompel in a Los Alamos National Laboratory Research Library Press Release
"The Cobweb - Can the Internet be archived?"
An article by Jill Lepore in The New Yorker on Reference Rot and archiving of the internet which mentions Hiberlink's Plos Paper "Scholarly Context Not Found: One in Five Articles Suffers from Reference Rot", Memento and Perma.cc.
"Scholarly Context Not Found: One in Five Articles Suffers from Reference Rot"
PLOS One paper published on 26 December 2014.
"Access to Digital Back Copy"
Presentation at CNI Fall 2014 Membership Meeting, December 8-9, 2014 Washington, DC.
"Towards a web native scholarly communication system"
Conference Keynote presentation at LISC75 - Library and Information Studies Centre 75 years Commemoration Conference, 27-28 November, Cape Town, South Africa.
"Costs: Why do we care?"
Blog post from David Rosenthal from the LOCKSS (Lots Of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) Program at the Stanford University Libraries mentions Hiberlink
ETD Lifecycle Management Tools Manual
Hiberlink offers solutions for archiving references in ETD
"Creating Pockets of Persistence"
Presentation at the "404/File Not Found" symposium, Georgetown University, Washington DC, on 24 October
"Reference Rot and Linked Data: Threat and Remedy"
Presentation at the PRELIDA Consolidation and Dissemination workshop, Riva del Garda, Italy, 17-18 October.
"BibSonomy bookmarks add support for Memento"
Blogpost 9 September 2014: http://blog.bibsonomy.org/2014/09/feature-of-week-bibsonomy-and-memento_9.html
"The growing problem of Internet "link rot" and best practices for media and online publishers"
Article in Journalist's Resource, 9 September 2014:
"Tools and Techniques for Revisiting Online Scholarly Content"
Tutorial showcasing various tools that can play a role in addressing reference rot, at Digital Libraries 2014, City University London, 8 September 2014
"Large-Scale Extraction and Analysis of Web Link References in Scholarly Articles"
Paper & poster at Digital Libraries 2014, City University London, 8 September 2014:
"Reference Rot and E-Theses: Threat and Remedy"
Presentation at the 17th International Symposium on Electronic Theses & Dissertations, University of Leicester, 23–25 July 2014
Towards Robust Hyperlinks for Web-Based Scholarly Communication
Proceedings of the International Conference, CICM 2014, Coimbra, Portugal, 7–11 July 2014
Reference Rot - Because long-term preservation of Web content is becoming increasingly important
Interview of Hebert Van de Sompel for LIBISzine, the magazine of the University of Louvain libraries, Belgium
"HiberActive – Pro-Active Archiving of Web References from Scholarly Articles"
Presentation at Open Repositories 2014 in Helsinki, 9–13 June 2014
"Hiberlink – Investigating Reference Rot in Web-Based Scholarly Communication"
Presentation at the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) General Assembly in Paris , 19–23 May 2014.
"From a System of Journals to a Web of Objects"
Presentation at NASIG 29th Annual Conference, Texas, May 1-4,2014.
The DailyDot: This project aims to make ‘404 not found’ pages a thing of the past
28 April 2014
A collaboration of Hiberlink project partners, the Harvard perma.cc web archiving effort, the Harvard Berkman Center, and Old Dominion University aimed at augmenting links in HTML to make them more robust was highlighted by the Daily Dot. The robustness ideas that the collaboration is pursuing find their roots in Hiberlink's Missing Link proposal and similar insights that originated in Internet Robustness research by the Harvard Berkman Center.
"404-No-More: Fix Missing Links Forever"
Entry to the Knight News Challenge 'How can we strengthen the internet for free expression and innovation?' 18 March 2014
Hiberlink mentioned in Harvard Law Review
14 February 2014
"Dr Who and the Scholarly Record"
Presentation at the Association of Subscription Aggens & Intermediaries Annual Conference, London, 24–25 February 2014
"Hiberlink: Investigating Reference Rot in Web-Based Scholarly Communication"
Presentation at the CNI Fall meeting – December 2013
"Hiberlink: Towards Time Travel for the Scholarly Web"
Presentation at: 1st International Workshop on the Digital Preservation of Research Methods and Artefacts (DPRMA 2013) – July 2013
"Hiberlink: Towards Time Travel for the Scholarly Web"
Presentation at: Web Archiving and Digital Libraries (WADL 2013) – July 2013
Hiberlink joins EDINA effort to ensure continuing access to scholarly work
EDINA Newsline – June 2013