LIBER 2018 Presentations

Presentations from keynotes and parallel sessions at LIBER 2018 are published below.

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Keynotes

Prof. Frédérique VIDAL, Minister for Higher Education – Research and Innovation. A National Open Science Plan for France

Louise Page, PLOS – Being open: our responsibilities in the emerging open science movement

Prof. Dr Johannes Vogel, General Director of the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin and Professor of Biodiversity and Public Science, Humboldt Universität Innovation with Participation – why we need Open Science

Alan Akbik, NLP Group at Zalando Research – Teaching Machines to Read and Understand Text Data

Parallel Sessions

Session 1 – High Stakes from National to European Negotiations

Session 2 – RDM: Tackling the Challenges

Session 3 – Let’s Work Together: Developing Partnerships

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Session 4 – Leading the Transition to Open Science

Session 5: Open Access: towards a World after the Big Deals

  • 5.1 Is Evidence-Based Acquisition (EBA) as a user centered service better than Big Deal? Louis Houle, McGill University, Canada
  • 5.2 SCOSS: A Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services Vanessa Proudman, SPARC Europe, The Netherlands
  • 5.3 Open Access and Monographs: Policies, Funding and Publishing in Eight European Countries Niels Stern, Royal Danish Library, Denmark, and Eelco Ferwerda, OAPEN, The Netherlands

Session 6: Exploring OPEN and FAIR Opportunities

Session 7: Research Libraries as Trainers and Educators

5 Minute Presentations:

  • Use (open research) data in teaching (UDIT): an open online resource Mijke Jetten, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  • European academic libraries indicators, an exploratory and comparative study led by the ADBU Hélène Coste, ADBU, France, Academic Library of Le Havre-Normandie University, France
  • General User Surveys in Quality Development – Discovering Best Practices in Library Services Susanne Dalsgaard Krag, AU Library, The Royal Library, Denmark

Session 8: Understanding Researcher’s Needs

Session 9: All Roads Lead to Open Access

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Session 10: Data Enhancements in the Service of research Libraries

5 Minute Presentation:

  • How to improve library data Neil Grindley, JISC, UK

Session 11: Next Generation Technologies

5 Minute Presentation:

  • Mind the gap – how to integrate research monographs into the ecosystem of open science Margo Bargheer, State and University Library Göttingen, Germany* 

Session 12: Supporting an OPEN & FAIR Community

*presentation cancelled

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