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Industry Update: CCS and DPI Scanning Ireland

Industry Update: CCS and DPI Scanning Ireland

docWorks is the first software choice for any institution interested in library digitization. docWorks combines all conversion steps, scan correction, layout analysis, OCR and METS/ALTO export, in a single workflow. The seamless and automated process is fast and cost effective as it eliminates transfer errors and lost data deliveries. METS/ALTO ensures that your data is […]

Industry Update: Springer Nature

Industry Update: Springer Nature

Springer Nature advances discovery by publishing robust and insightful research, supporting the development of new areas of knowledge, making ideas and information accessible around the world, and leading the way on open access. Key to this is our ability to provide the best possible service to the whole research community: helping authors to share their […]

Industry Update: RetroNews

Industry Update: RetroNews

www.retronews.fr, le site presse de la BnF is published by BnF Partenariats, the sister company of the BnF (Bibliothèque nationale de France). RetroNews is the essential website to follow the writing of 3 centuries (1631-1950) in the French newspapers. We bring an innovative experience to readers, students, teachers and searchers with: Multifaceted research filters by […]

Conference Fund Awardee: Aggeliki Giannopoulou, Library & Information Center, University of Patras, Greece

Conference Fund Awardee: Aggeliki Giannopoulou, Library & Information Center, University of Patras, Greece

Every year, LIBER gives a number of staff in our participating libraries a grant to enable them to attend our Annual Conference. This is done through our Conference Fund. In 2018, Aggeliki Giannopoulou of University of Patras, Greece was one recipient of the Conference Fund. Why did you apply for the LIBER Conference Fund? I applied […]

LIBER 2019: Call for Papers

LIBER 2019: Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for LIBER’s 2019 Annual Conference in Dublin, from 26 to 28 June, is now open. The deadline for submitting a proposal is 14 January 2019. Guidance and conference topics are outlined in detail below.   Theme: Research Libraries for Society In this time of information overload, ‘fake news’, ever-growing possibilities of digital scholarship […]

Highlights of LIBER 2018

Highlights of LIBER 2018

LIBER’s 47th Annual Conference in Lille, France brought 440 research library professionals together for a week of discussions focused on doing more with Open Science, and on related topics such as metrics, research data management and copyright reform. Presentations are on the conference website and in our Zenodo group Photos are on LIBER’s Flickr account Live stream recordings are being […]

LIBER 2018 Livestream Videos

LIBER 2018 Livestream Videos

Livestream videos from LIBER 2018 are now available on the University of Lille website. Opening Ceremony A National Open Science Plan for France, Frédérique Vidal, French Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation Being open: our responsibilities in the emerging open science movement, Louise Page, PLOS Teaching Machines to Read and Understand Text Data, Alan Akbik, […]

Make The Most of LIBER 2018

Make The Most of LIBER 2018

Are you one of the more than 400 delegates attending LIBER 2018? Our organising team is here with tips to help you make the most of it! Network, network, network Make the most of the wonderfully diverse range of people attending LIBER 2018. They come from libraries around the world, and everyone has an interesting […]