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 […]
Our LIBER 2018 Annual Conference Program is now available as a PDF. Download it here — Programme LIBER 2018 — so that you can start planning which sessions to attend and learn about our presenters. See you in Lille!
The Call for Papers for LIBER’s 2018 Annual Conference — in Lille, France from 4 to 6 July 2018 — is now open. The deadline for submitting a proposal is 19 February 2018. Guidance and conference topics are outlined in detail below. Research libraries as an Open Science hub: from strategy to action The theme of the conference […]
Every year, LIBER gives a number of staff in our participating libraries a grant to enable them to attend our Annual Conference. In 2017, Eleftheria Koseoglou of Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece was one recipient of the Conference Fund. Why did you apply for the LIBER Conference Fund? I have always wanted to attend a LIBER […]
Every year, LIBER gives a number of staff in our participating libraries a grant to enable them to attend our Annual Conference. In 2017, Nicoleta-Roxana Dinu of the National Library of Romania was one recipient of the Conference Fund. Can you tell us about yourself and your work? My name is Nicoleta-Roxana Dinu and I work […]
LILLIAD Learning Center has been open since September 2016. It was a common initiative of the University of Lille, the Hauts-de-France region and the eight centres of excellence. It is a clear signal that the university is increasingly open to the non-academic world and provides a point of access to the university for everyone. It […]
Lille metropolitan area benefits of an amazing situation in Europe. It’s situated at the very heart of north-western Europe and close to four important capitals : Brussels, London, Paris and Amsterdam. According to the legend, Lille was founded in 640 by Lydéric and Phinaert giants. But in fact, first written trace of Lille can be […]