LIBER 2019 – Presentations & Posters

Keynote talks, papers and posters presented at LIBER 2019 are published below.

In addition, an archived version of the LIBER 2019 website is available (including the programme as a PDF) and event photos are on Flickr.

Keynotes

Research for Society – The New World of Public Engagement, Citizen Science, Community and Civic Action, Linda Doyle, Dean of Research, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

In Transition to Open Science – A Perspective from a President’s Point of View, Astrid Söderbergh Widding, President, Stockholm University, Sweden

Bits and Votes: The Role of Libraries and Archives in Open Societies, Richard Ovenden, Bodley’s Librarian, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

Panel Session: Open Science Meets Open Education

Feeding Forward the Results of the Pre-Conference Workshops

Parallel Sessions

Session 1 – Fostering the Future of Collections

Audio Recording of the Session

Lightning talk: Curating for Every Audience: the Library of Trinity College Dublin Exhibition of Political Cartoons, Shane Mawe, Gail McElroy, Laura Shanahan, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Session 2 – Transitioning from Open Strategy to Open Practice

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 3 – Working on Open Access

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 4 – Connecting with Different Partners in Society

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 5 – Unlocking Data: Exploring Different Roads

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 6 – Developing for the Future: Research Libraries Exploring New Services

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 7 – Libraries & Publishers in the Open Science Landscape: Pay, Publish or Perish?

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 8 – Research Libraries on a Mission: Engaging the Public

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 9 – Access to Collections & Digital Preservation

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 10 – Promoting RDM

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 11 – Securing Access and the Future of Collections

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 12 – Towards Open Access: Keeping up the Good Work

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 13 – Measuring Impact: Research Assessment

Audio Recording of the Session

Session 14 – Open Science

Posters

  1. Cost Calculator: a Tool for your DMP, Antoine Masson, EPFL Library, Lausanne Switzerland
  2. How to Promote the Open-Access Transformation at the National Level, Alexandra Jobmann, University Library Bielefeld, Germany
  3. An Evidence-Based Approach to Supporting Library Staff Scholarly Communication Competencies, James E. Murphy and Christie Hurrell, University of Calgary, Canada
  4. ADBU Study of European Indicators, Grégor Blot-Julienne, ADBU, France
  5. The GO FAIR Initiative: An Open and Inclusive Eco-System for FAIR Pioneers, Ines Drefs and Anja Busch, GO FAIR International Support & Coordination Office, Germany
  6. Finders, Keepers: Excavating Our Legacy Collections, Christoph Schmidt-Supprian, Margaret Flood, Peter Dudley, Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin, Ireland
  7. More than a Feeling: Insights and Information from a Sentiment Analysis Study, Leonidas Papachristopoulos, Hellenic Open University Distance Library and Information Center, Greece, Giannis Tsakonas, Library & Information Center, University of Patras, Greece
  8. Fostering Improved Training Tools for RRI & Open Science, Pedro Principe and Antónia Correia, University of Minho, Portugal, Helen Briken, Georg-August-University Göttingen State and University Library; Germany, Nancy Pontika, Open University, United Kingdom
  9. Croatian Academic and Research Libraries Consortium e-resources Collection Development in the National and University Library in Zagreb, 2016 – 2018, Alisa Martek, and Sonja Borak, National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia
  10. The SSHOC Project: Creating a European Open Cloud Ecosystem for Social Sciences and Humanities, Vasso Kalaitzi, LIBER, The Netherlands, Marieke Willems, Trust-IT Services Ltd, United Kingdom
  11. HAL: the Common Open Archive, Closer to the Users, Christine Berthaud, CNRS, France
  12. Fostering Open Science Practices Through OpenUP: the Role of Project Work in Open Science Policy Implementation, Vilte Banelytė, Vilius Stančiauskas, PPMI, Lithuania, Edit Gorogh, University of Göttingen, Germany
  13. Exploring Selective Web Archives via Network Analysis: An Irish Case Study, Derek Greene, School of Computer Science, University College Dublin, Ireland, Maria Ryan, National Library of Ireland, Ireland
  14. Monitoring Open Access at National Level: French Case Study, Eric Jeangirard, Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, France
  15. Open Source Software as Integral Part: Options for Research Libraries with Respect to Their Open Science Policy, Timo Borst, ZBW Leibniz Information Center for Economics, Germany
  16. Digital Humanities in European Research Libraries – a Survey, Lotte Wilms, National Library of The Netherlands, The Netherlands, Andreas Degkwitz, Humboldt University Library, Germany, Caleb Derven, Limerick University Library, Ireland, Liam O’Dwyer, Dublin City University Library, Ireland, Kirsty Lingstadt, University of Edinburgh Library, Scotland, United Kingdom, Demmy Verbeke, KU Leven Libraries, Belgium
  17. From Duchamp to Drake: Teaching University Students about Attribution, Copyright and Plagiarism in the Creative Arts, Joanna Elizabeth Hare, Duke Kunshan University, China
  18. Preprints – Opportunity or Challenge? Juliane Kant, German Research Foundation, Germany
  19. Promoting Open Science and Open licences with fun! Marie Latour, University of French Guiana, France

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