The Conference Programme is now available.

01:30 PM
01:30 PM - 07:00 PM

Leadership Seminar*

* By invitation
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 06:00 PM

Leadership Seminar*

* By invitation
01:00 PM
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

Appointments Committee Meeting*

* By invitation
02:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:30 PM

Finance Committee Meeting*

* By invitation
03:30 PM
03:30 PM - 05:00 PM

Executive Board Meeting*

* By invitation
05:00 PM
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Steering Committee Chairs Meeting

09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 06:30 PM

Leadership Seminar*

* By invitation
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:30 AM

Executive Board Meeting*

* By invitation
12:00 PM
12:00 PM - 05:30 PM

Registration

01:00 PM
01:00 PM - 02:30 PM

Innovative Scholarly Communication Steering Committee Meeting*

* By invitation
10:00 AM
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Copyright & Legal Matters Working Group Meeting*

* By invitation
02:00 PM
02:00 PM - 04:30 PM

Innovative Metrics Working Group Meeting*

* By invitation
01:30 PM
01:30 PM - 03:00 PM

Digital Skills & Services Steering Committee Meeting*

* By invitation
02:00 PM
02:00 PM - 03:30 PM

Research Infrastructure Steering Committee Meeting*

* By invitation
03:00 PM
03:00 PM - 05:00 PM

Leadership Programmes Working Group Meeting*

* By invitation
04:00 PM
04:00 PM - 05:30 PM

Digital Humanities & Digital Cultural Heritage Working Group Meeting*

* By invitation
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

DATA SCIENCE IN LIBRARIES

Research data support in libraries is moving into the mainstream and libraries are stepping up their activities and involvement with research disciplines in various ways. The core business of libraries is typically to provide support on how to access research data and related infrastructures, and to advise on good data management practices (e.g. data management planning). Based on this, libraries may consider to step up their actual involvement in working with research data.

However, this comes with new challenges in terms of available data (science) skills and capacities. The workshop will address the following questions:

  • What kind of data science skills do we need in libraries? (in the context of research support)
  • What approaches have been taken to step up capacity and skills?
  • How successful are training approaches like DS4L, Carpentries (Data, Software), etc.?
  • Are they sustained and expanded after the training?
Additionally, the workshop will provide a report about recent activities of the working group (e.g. a library of data management plans) and the collection of case studies.

Programme

  • 09:00-09:15 - Introduction
  • 09:15-09:40 - Shifting to Data Savvy: The Future of Data Science in Libraries – Liz Lyon, University of Pittsburgh; Chris Erdmann
  • 9.40 - 10.30 Views on learning routes & job profiles:
    -My journey in becoming a Data Savvy Librarian: a call to colleagues to become one too – Jeannette Ekstrøm, Technical University of Denmark
    -Text and data mining as a service: a role for libraries? – Peter Verhaar, Leiden University
    -Contributing to data science communities: experiences with rOpenSci – Najko Jahn, Göttingen State and University Library
  • 10:30-11:00 Coffee Break
  • 11:00-11:30 Interactive Session (4-5 groups - discussion on questions related to the presented topics, conclusions and recommendations to LIBER)
  • 11:30-12:00 Reporting Back & Conclusions

This workshop is organised by The Research Infrastructure Steering Committee and the Research Data Management Working Group.
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

DIGITAL HUMANITIES & DIGITAL CULTURAL HERITAGE WORKING GROUP - DIGITAL HUMANITIES IN THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH LIBRARY

During the 2017 LIBER conference in Patras, Greece, the LIBER Digital Humanities & Digital Cultural Heritage Working Group was launched.

One year later, we will use the workshop at LIBER 2018 to present the work done so far and invite participants to join us in thinking about the work we will do in our second, and final, year.

As became apparent in the Patras workshop, many academic libraries share similar questions, experiences and activities when being or becoming active in the field of digital humanities. However, it is sometimes difficult to find your way in the flood of information, just as our users can experience in their research. There is also a lack of use cases from European libraries even though a lot is happening in our network.

The working group has therefore worked towards curating relevant literature and tutorials for libraries in DH working around 4 themes:

1. Enhancement of skills in the field of digital humanities for librarians
2. Cooperation and relationship between libraries and research communities
3. Roles of libraries in digital humanities and awareness raising in academic libraries
4. Recommendations for identifying and establishing policies and profiles regarding digital humanities' portfolios.

We have also gathered use cases from different European libraries (and welcome more!) for our network around the same themes.

From these use cases, we wish to collect more information from libraries not (yet) involved in our working group to create an overview of activities around DH in European libraries with a survey. To ensure we collect all information that is relevant and of interest to the LIBER network, we therefore like to invite you to help think about the questions we should ask in the survey.

The workshop is thus set up in two parts. The first part will be used to present the work the four teams have done in our first year, followed by a coffee break. The second part will be an interactive session in a world café-style. Participants can suggest questions, topics of interest and information for the survey or new use cases.

This workshop is organised by the Digital Humanities and Digital Cultural Heritage Working Group.
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION COMPLIANCE IN RESEARCH LIBRARIES

In this workshop national Codes of conduct for processing personal data for Research and a Common Code of Conduct for Research in European Research Area will be discussed.
We will discuss different legal bases for research use of personal data, namely that the processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest and data subject consent. We will also discuss how the choice of legal base of processing affects the information given to data subjects of research projects.
This workshop is organized by Maria Rehbinder, LIBER Copyright & Legal Matters Working Group.

Programme

Providing GDPR advice and guidance for researchers
  • 09.00-9.45: Maria Rehbinder
  • 9.00-9.15 Introduction to General Data Protection Regulation
  • 9.15-9.25 Lawful basis for processing personal data as part of research data
  • 9.35-9.35 Rights of research participants
  • 9.35-9.45 Example case from Finland : Information to participants, consent to participate and Privacy Notice
  • 9.45-10.30 Discussion, examples and questions from participants
GDPR Compliance in Libraries
  • 11.00-11.20 UK Code of Conduct for Libraries Ben White 10.15-10.35
  • 11.20-11.30 Lawful basis for processing bibliographic data Maria Rehbinder
  • 11.30-12.00 Discussion , national examples from from participants
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

OPEN SCIENCE AND RESEARCH LIBRARIES: LET'S BUILD THE SKILLS!

Open science is gaining momentum, and research librarians are starting to invent new digital models, to implement new techniques and to spread a more open culture.

But what digital skills do librarians still need to develop? How can we do this? And how can we use the FOSTER materials and initiatives to train, advocate and practice open science?

In this active and collaborative workshop, we will give you some tools and we invite you to think along on how to include open science digital skills in training programmes for librarians and researchers. This workshop is organised by FOSTER and the Digital Skills for Library Staff & Researchers Working Group.
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS AND LIBRARIES AND THE ROLE OF FUNDERS IN THE EUROPEAN OPEN SCIENCE CLOUD

Research funding bodies, institutions and research libraries are key stakeholders of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). Funders and institutional policies and mandates are essential drivers of Open Science. Institutions and academic libraries are key stakeholders when it comes to the implementation of such policies and integration into researcher's workflows.

This workshop is organised on behalf of the EOSCpilot project to engage with funding bodies, research libraries, institutions and research-producing organisations at large, to raise awareness of the EOSC amongst these stakeholders and to provide opportunities for them to talk with each other on how to promote alignment across local policies and workflows and EOSC policies, workflows and services.

Representatives of the Wellcome Trust, ZonMw and Science Europe will participate in the workshop and will present their views on how to support research data management, provide incentives for libraries and research institutions on data stewardship as well as on researcher assessment and career. EOSC policies and alignment of DMP requirements will be discussed as well. Part of the workshop will be reserved for speakers and representatives of research institutions to engage in an open debate with workshop participants.

The workshop builds on the outcome of the workshop “How Research Institutions and Libraries can help deliver the European Open Science Cloud” an event focusing on research libraries and institutions in their role as intermediaries of the EOSC, which was held at the International Digital Curation Conference in Barcelona on 19 February 2018.

Programme

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  • 09:00-10:30 Funders views on key policies to foster the European Open Science Cloud
  • 10:30-11:00 Coffee/Tea Break
  • 11:00-12:00 Panel and open debate on Research Institutions and Libraries and the role of Funders in the European Open Science Cloud.
This workshop is organised by LIBER as part of the EOSCpilot project.
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

SEMANTIC INTEROPERABILITY INITIATIVE FOR LIBER

This workshop is the first meeting of the Linked Open Data Working Group. The concept of semantic interoperability refers to the ability of two systems to exchange data with a shared meaning. This is achieved through quality metadata referring to shared or aligned vocabularies. The topic is currently gaining significant traction in various domains and the aim of this workshop is to consider the topic as it relates to the interests of LIBER.

This workshop has several key goals:
  • Consider the various facets of semantic interoperability within libraries and between memory organisations and other and domains
  • Cultivate co-operation in ensuring semantic interoperability between various LIBER institutions
  • Aligning LIBER’s efforts for semantic interoperability with the various other initiatives that are afoot in the library world and the scientific domain
  • Cementing the plans for the Linked Open Data Working Group
Programme:
  • 9:00 - 9:20 Introduction and goals of the working group and what library linked open data has to offer to other domains
  • 9:20 - 9:40 Invited speaker on semantic interoperability across domains
  • 9:40 - 10:10 Invited speaker on linked open library data
  • 10:10 - 10:30 Planning the goals and actions for the Working Group
  • 10:30 - 11:00 Coffee break
  • 11:00 - 11:45 Refining the plan for the Working Group
  • 11:45 - 12:00 Conclusions and next steps for the Working Group
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

LIBRARIES LEADING THE OPEN ACCESS TRANSFORMATION: STRATEGIES TO ACHIEVE THE VISION

The aim of the workshop is to give participants a clear understanding of the essential role that libraries have to play in the transformation of scholarly communications.

The aim is also to empower the libraries with key insights in order to develop an action plan to drive the transition towards Open Access through a variety of approaches.

In the first part of the workshop, we will introduce some data-driven strategies for achieving more OA and, in the second part, we will explore approaches in an interactive manner, addressing topics such as OA for e-books, Gold OA journals, as well as the transformation of paywalled journals.

Libraries have the power to lead the way in the OA transformation, and there are many ways to do so! This workshop is planned and organised by the LIBER Open Access Working Group in collaboration with OA2020 .

Programme

  • 9:00–9:30 Two introductory talks about the current state of OA: “How open are we today?” and “The Five Pillars of Open Access from VSNU” by Sofie Wennström and Matthijs van Otegem
  • 9:30–10:15 Breakout session 1: discussing current OA strategies to identify strengths and weaknesses
  • 10:15–10:30 Colleen Campbell presents “Back to the Quarry” about strategies for libraries to fight paywalls
  • 10:30 Coffee/tea break
  • 10:45–11:00 Dirk Pieper from Bielenfeld University Library talks about “Building a new OA world” to demonstrate transformative OA publishing initiatives
  • 11:00–11:45 Breakout session 2: Share and discuss ways to improve your OA strategies and how to shift funds from subscriptions to publishing
  • 11:45–12:00 Wrap-up and conclusions
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT AND WHAT I DID NEXT: THE INAUGURAL LIBER EMERGING LEADERS ALUMNI NETWORK MEETING

Please note that this pre-conference workshop is only accessible for Alumni of the LIBER Leadership Seminar.

Programme

  • 09.00 AM: Arrival and registration, with refreshments, and informal networking.
  • 09:10 AM: Welcome to the event from the Chair of the Leadership and Workforce Development Working Group
  • 09:15 AM: Introductory exercise with participants. Participants will be briefed in advance to summarise a specific leadership challenge they have dealt with since attending the leadership programme, and what skills the programme gave them to deal effectively with that challenge, by way of an "elevator pitch" lasting 2 minutes.
  • 10.15 AM: Capture and summary of themes from this introductory exercise to inform planning for future Emerging Leaders Alumni Network meetings
  • 10:30 AM: Coffee break and networking
  • 10:45 AM: Participants will discuss the topic The changing environment for HEIs in Europe and the leadership skills needed to address this now and in the future. Capture and summary of themes to inform future planning for the Leadership programme
  • 11.15 AM: quick final "feed-forward" exercise on the theme of current leadership issues alumni are dealing with. Participants will be briefed in advance to prepare a topic. The purpose is to relive the energy and buzz of the leadership programme experience.
  • 11:30 AM: Conclusion and Farewells

This workshop is organised by the Leadership and Workforce Development Working Group.
08:00 AM
08:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Registration

09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Pre-Conference Workshops

Descriptions of the pre-conference workshops can be found on the fourth tab of the conference programme (above).
10:30 AM
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Coffee Break

11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Pre-conference workshops continued

11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Newcomer program

12:00 PM
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

Lunch

12:00 PM
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM

Digital Skills Working Group Meeting*

* By invitation
01:00 PM
01:00 PM - 01:30 PM

Opening Ceremony

Welcome

Reply By Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, LIBER President

Opening of Meeting of Participants

01:30 PM
01:30 PM - 02:15 PM

Keynote Speech

A Beretz
Invited Speaker: Prof. dr. Alain Beretz General Director for Research and Innovation at the ministry of the Higher Education and Research Chair: Jeannette Frey, BCU Lausanne, Switzerland
02:15 PM
02:15 PM - 02:45 PM

Coffee Break

02:45 PM
02:45 PM - 04:15 PM

Session 1: High Stakes: from National to European Negotiations

Chair: Wilhelm Widmark

1.1 Evaluating offset in academic publishing, Cajsa Lisa Katniss Olsson, Stockholm University, Sweden

1.2 Project DEAL - e-journal licensing agreements with major academic publishers, Frank Scholze, KIT, Germany

1.3 Sharing negotiation goals and results with the research community: Finnish experiences, Anu Alaterä, The National Library of Finland, Finland

02:45 PM
02:45 PM - 04:15 PM

Session 2: RDM: Tackling the Challenges

Chair: t.b.c.

2.1 Quadcopters or Linguistic Corpora – Establishing RDM Services for Small-Scale Data Producers at Big Universities, Viola Voß, University Library Münster, Germany and Göran Hamrin, KTH Library, Sweden

2.2 First practice, then policy: researcher-centric approach to data management, Marta Teperek, Delft Technical University, The Netherlands

2.3 Research Data Management Survey at Delft University of Technology, Marta Teperek, Delft Technical University, The Netherlands

2.4 Facing the Challenges of Research Data Management: Lessons learnt at KU Leuven Libraries, Tom Willaert, KU Leuven Libraries, Belgium

02:45 PM
02:45 PM - 04:15 PM

Session 3: Let's work together: developing partnerships

Chair: Matthijs van Otegem, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

3.1 The France-Poland digital Library: an example of Digital Unification, Bruno Sagna, BnF, France

3.2 An Open Access Information Service for Researchers in Theology, Marianne Doerr, Univerität Tübingen, Germany

3.3 An innovative partnership between the French National Library and the British Library in the field of digital humanities: the Polonsky program, Charlotte Denoël, BnF, France

5 minute presentations:

A French national network launched by its 2018 annual conference: Information Literacy Skills Developers and Trainers, Cécile Swiatek, Adbu, France

A new trend in media and library collaboration within Citizen Science?, Thomas Kaarsted, University Library of Southern Denmark, Denmark

02:45 PM
02:45 PM - 04:15 PM

Session 4: Leading the Transition to Open Science

Chair: Anja Smit, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

4.1 Open Science and academic libraries: managing the change, Paul Ayris, UCL, UK and Tiberius Ignat, Scientific Knowledge Services, Switzerland
4.2 Leadership skills in the context of Open Science – leading in a VUCA environment, Clara Ginther, University Library Graz, Austria

4.3 Maastricht University: becoming a FAIR university by 2025, Henk van den Hoogen, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

04:15 PM
04:15 PM - 05:30 PM

Knowledge Café, Part I

Putting Strategy in Action: the LIBER Steering Committees and Working Groups Chair: Hilde van Wijngaarden, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
08:00 PM
08:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Conference Dinner

More information Venue (Social events)
08:30 AM
08:30 AM - 06:00 PM

Registration

09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 09:45 AM

Keynote Speech

Keynote: Louise Page, PLOS

Title and chair t.b.c.
09:45 AM
09:45 AM - 11:15 AM

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

Chair: Liam Earney, JISC, UK

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

09:45 AM
09:45 AM - 11:15 AM

Session 6: Exploring OPEN & FAIR Opportunities

Chair: t.b.c.

6.1 National libraries as service providers for research: BnF case study, Emmanuelle Bermes, and Jean-Philippe Moreux, BnF, France

6.2 The role of a National Library in the approach to a FAIR Research Data Infrastructure in the Life Sciences, Birte Lindstädt, ZB MED Information Centre Life Sciences, Germany

6.3 In a NATSHEL : the NATO Studies Open Portal and International Relations, Giuseppe Vitiello, NATO Defense College, Italy

5 minute presentations:

How to organise RDA activities at the French level?, Françoise Genova, CNRS, France

09:45 AM
09:45 AM - 11:15 AM

Session 7: Research Libraries as Trainers and Educators

Chair: Hilde van Wijngaarden, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands

7.1 Information Literacy Course for University Teachers: How to Integrate a Model for Scientific Information Seeking into Teaching, Katri Maria Rintamäki, University of Vaasa, Finland

7.2 A trigger to collaboration and a new role for librarians: Data literacy, VR-technique, and Makerspace at Uppsala University Library, Linda Vidlund, Uppsala University, Sweden

5 minute presentations:

Use (open research) data in teaching (UDIT): an open online resource, Mijke Jetten, Radboud University, The Netherlands

European academic libraries indicators, an exploratory and comparative study led by the ADBU, Hélène Coste, ADBU; Academic Library of Le Havre-Normandie University, France

General User Surveys in Quality Development - Discovering Best Practices in Library Services, Håkan Carlsson and Tore Tomgren, Gothenburg University Library, Lund University Libraries, Sweden

09:45 AM
09:45 AM - 11:15 AM

Session 8: Understanding Researchers Needs

Chair: Raf DeKeyser, Leuven University, Belgium

8.1 Meeting researchers’ needs in mining web archives: the experience of the National Library of France, Peter Stirling and Sara Aubry, BnF, France

8.2 Understanding Academics: a UX ethnographic research project at the University of York, Michelle Blake and Vanya Gallimore, University of York, United Kingdom
 
8.3 Challenges for Researchers in the Digital Humanities: custom development vs. sustainable research infrastructures, Roxanne Wyns, Leuven University, Belgium

8.4 Research Transparency, Lifecycles and Libraries: Connecting Critical Components for Open Science, Elizabeth Josephine
Lyon, University of Pittsburg, USA

11:15 AM
11:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Coffee Break

11:45 AM
11:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Poster session

Chair: t.b.c

- Pilot Project – How Academic Library Leaders Decide Strategically, Liisi Lembinen, University of Tartu, Estonia

- Semantic Modelling of Video Annotations – the TIB AV-Portal’s metadata structure, Felix Saurbier, German National Library of Science and Technology, Germany

- 10 Steps to Innovative Dissemination for Researchers, Tony Ross-Hellauer, Know-Center, Austria

- OpenAIRE and the Experience of the FP7 Post-Grant Open Access Pilot, Gwen Franck, LIBER, The Netherlands

- Semantics of Biodiversity: from Thesaurus to Linked Open Data (LOD), Dominique Vachez, Inist-CNRS, France

- When Users Foster Their Open Access Repository: CasuHal, Nicolas Alarcon, Casuhal, Réunion, France

- The University Library as the Credible Place for Research Communication and Information Literacy, Sara Kjellberg, Malmö University, Sweden

- Heritage as Data: the Challenge of Opening Up and Offering Quality Services to the Research Community, Nathalie Fargier, Persée, France

- Federated Single Sign-On Made Easy, Valentino Cavalli, LIBER, The Netherlands

- Building Research Support and Open Science Services, Helena Silvennoinen-Kuikka and Tomi Rosti, University of Eastern Finland, Finland

- The Gaybrarian, the Gargoyle and their Sexy Counterparts - On Librarian Stereotypes, Charlotte Wien, The University Library of Southern Denmark, Denmark

- Steps Toward a Distributed, Globally Networked Infrastructure of Repositories in Canada, Pierre Lasou, Université Laval, Canada

12:00 PM
12:00 PM - 12:30 AM

Sponsor: Strategy Update

Chair: t.b.c

Libraries and Research Assets – The Need for a New Approach
Nadav Doron, ExLibris

12:30 AM
12:30 AM - 01:30 PM

Lunch

12:30 AM
12:30 AM - 01:30 PM

LIBER Quarterly Editorial Board meeting*

* By invitation
12:45 AM
12:45 AM - 01:30 PM

Conference Programme Committee Meeting*

* By invitation
01:30 PM
01:30 PM - 02:15 PM

Knowledge Café Part II: Putting Strategy in Action: the LIBER Steering Committees and Working Groups

Chair: t.b.c.
02:15 PM
02:15 PM - 02:45 PM

Sponsor: Strategy Update

Chair: t.b.c

From Idea to Impact: Mapping and Understanding the Research Life Cycle
Ben McLeish, Digital Science

02:45 PM
02:45 PM - 03:15 PM

Coffee Break

03:15 PM
03:15 PM - 04:00 PM

Plenary session

Chair: t.b.c.

Innovation with Participation – why we need Open Science

Invited Speaker: prof. dr. Johannes Vogel
General Director of the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin and Professor of Biodiversity and Public Science, Humboldt Universität, Berlin

04:00 PM
04:00 PM - 04:15 PM

LIBER Roadmap for Open Science

Presentation and discussion

Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, LIBER President

04:15 PM
04:15 PM - 05:45 PM

From strategy to action: Meeting of participants

08:00 PM
08:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Conference Reception

More information Venue (Social events)
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Registration

09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Session 9: All Roads Lead to Open Access

Chair: Anna Lundén

9.1 DOAB 2018: a new start for open access books, Pierre Mounier, Open Edition, France and Eelco Ferwerda, OAPEN, The Netherlands

9.2 The Open Access Observatory: an initiative to monitor the open access landscape, Anna Rovira, Universitat Politècmoca de Catalunya, Spain and Ignasi Labastida, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

5 minute presentations:

The Journey towards Open Access by Authors: Three Types of Attitudes and Other Obstacles, Maurits van der Graaf, Pleiade Management & Consultancy, The Netherlands

Micro #OAMOOC, fomenting literacy on Open Access through social media, Rosa Padrós Cuxart, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Spain

09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Session 10: Data enhancements in the service of research libraries

Chair: t.b.c.
10.1 Annif: Feeding your subject indexing robot with bibliographic metadata, Osma Suominen, National Library of Finland, Finland
10.2 To optimize or not to optimize one’s h-index – that is the question…Bertil F. Dorch and Charlotte Wien, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
5 minute presentation:
How to improve library data, Neil Grindley, JISC, UK

09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Session 11: Next Generation Technologies

Chair: Martin Moyle

11.1 Next generation repositories: New technologies to position the library in a global knowledge commons, Kathleen Shearer, COAR, Canada

11.2 E-resource Interoperability: Libraries moving to Federated Single Sign-On, Jos Westerbeke, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Peter Gietz, AARC/DAASI International, Germany, Barbara Monticini, Constortium GARR, Italy, and Jiri Pavlik, Moravian Library, Czech Republic

11.3 Supporting FAIR Data Principles with Fedora, David Wilcox, DuraSpace, Canada

5 minute presentation:

Mind the gap -- how to integrate research monographs into the ecosystem of open science, Margo Bargheer and Dr. Andrea Bertino, State and University Library Göttingen, Germany
09:00 AM
09:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Session 12: Supporting and OPEN & FAIR community

Chair: Liisi Lembinen, University of Tartu, Estonia
12.1 Collection development and the sustainability of Humanities and Social Sciences in Europe, Michele Casalini, Casalini Libri, Italy
12.2 Rebels with a Cause? Supporting New Library and Scholar-led Open Access Publishing through Organic Collaboration and Academic Community Building, Joe Deville, Lancaster University, UK, Jeroen Sondervan, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, Graham Stone, JISC, UK, Sofie Wennström, Stockholm University, Sweden
5 minute presentations:
FAIR vs. GDPR: which will win?, Robin Rice, University of Edinburgh, UK

09:30 AM
09:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Executive Board Meeting*

* By invitation
10:30 AM
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Coffee Break

11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

Leadership for the Future: the past, present and future of the LIBER Leadership program

Chair: Astrid Verheusen, LIBER, The Netherlands

11:15 AM
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM

Keynote Speech

Keynote t.b.c.
12:00 PM
12:00 PM - 12:15 AM

Library Innovation Awards

Sponsored by OCLC

12:15 AM
12:15 AM - 12:45 AM

Sponsor: Strategy Update

Open Edition
Title & speaker t.b.c.

12:45 AM
12:45 AM - 01:00 PM

Closing Ceremony

01:00 PM
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM

Lunch and Closing Reception

02:00 PM
02:00 PM - 05:00 PM

Sustainable energy exhibitions at LILLIAD with introductions from Phd students

Descriptions of the guided tours can be found on tab of the conference programme (above).
02:30 PM
02:30 PM - 04:30 PM
Xperium - LILLIAD

Discovery of Xperium

Scientific area of LILLIAD
  • A showcase for everyone dedicated to research findings
  • Promoting and enhancing partnerships between different players: academics and partners involved in technological development
  • An itinerary to discover scientific, interactive, astonishing and fun experiences based upon a unique central theme and multi disciplines (2 years cycle)
02:30 PM
02:30 PM - 03:30 PM
LILLIAD

Guided tour of LILLIAD

25 remaining places
03:00 PM
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
LILLIAD

Guided tour of LILLIAD

25 remaining places
03:00 PM
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
Sciences Po Lille

Guided tour of Sciences-Po Library

25 remaining places
03:00 PM
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
University of Lille Health Library

Guided Tour of University of Lille Health Library

25 remaining places
04:00 PM
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
University of Lille Health Library

Guided Tour of University of Lille Health Library

25 remaining places
05:00 PM
05:00 PM - 06:00 PM
University of Lille Health Library

Guided Tour of University of Lille Health Library

25 remaining places
02:30 PM
02:30 PM - 03:30 PM
University of Lille Humanities Library

Guided Tour of University of Lille Humanities Library

25 remaining places
03:30 PM
03:30 PM - 04:30 PM
University of Lille Humanities Library

Guided Tour of University of Lille Humanities Library

25 remaining places
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Post-Conference Excursion

Departure by bus from the city centre. Visit to the LAM, in Villeneuve d'Ascq, just near LILLIAD. Packed-lunch, followed by a visit to the Villa Cavrois, in Croix.

The cost/person is estimated at €40 and includes transportation cost, packed-lunch, site guide, tickets to the museum and the villa.