Poster Session

Poster Session

Thursday 4th of July 2024, 11:25 AM – TBC

Room:  Amphitheatre Andreas Themistocleous Building

Moderator: Heli Kautonen, University Library of Turku, Finland

 

Posters:

  1. Institutionalization and Collaboration as a Way of Addressing the Challenges Open Science Presents to Libraries: The University of Konstanz as a National Pioneer
    Authors: Sophie Habinger, Maximilian Heber and Sonja Kralj, University of Konstanz, Germany
    Presenter: Maximilian Heber, University of Konstanz, Germany
  1. Evaluation and Fertility: Librarian Leadership as a Pledge of the Development of Science and a Democratic Society – Based on the Model of the Project of Serbian Bibliographic Platform for the Inventory and Evaluation of Scientific Researchers – eScience
    Authors: Aleksandra Trtovac, Vasilije Milnović and Aleksandar Jerkov, University Library “Svetozar Marković” Belgrade, Serbia
    Presenter: Aleksandar Jerkov, Belgrade University Library “Svetozar Marković”, Serbia
  1. New and Better Ways of Information Retrieval? – Boole Against Generative AI
    Author/Presenter: Charlotte Wien, Elsevier and Arctic University Tromso, Denmark
  1. Insight the Database for Polish Scientific Journals’ Copyright and Open Access Policies – Its 5-year Story
    Authors/Presenters: Agnieszka Szymik and Kamila Kokot-Kanikuła, Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland
  1. Academic Titles and Open Science Perspectives: Investigating the Researchers’ Attitudes at the University of Ljubljana School of Economics and Business, with Insights into the Development of Central Economics Library Services
    Authors/Presenters: Matic Bradač and Tomaž Ulčakar, School of Economics and Business LU, Central Economics Library, Slovenia
  1. Going Global: The Impact of Libraries Championing Open Science with Repository Infrastructure
    Authors: Adrian Clark and Laura Day, Figshare, United Kingdom
    Presenter: Adrian Clark, Figshare, United Kingdom
  1. Recognition of Scholarly Publications From the Researchers’ Perspective – Results of a Survey in Austria
    Authors:
    Lisa Schilhan, Hilmar Brohmer and Karin Lackner, University of Graz, Austria
    Christian Kaier, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
    Presenter:
    Lisa Schilhan, University of Graz, Austria
    Christian Kaier, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
  1. Integrating Inclusivity: A Holistic Approach to Onboarding in LIBER Working Groups
    Authors/Presenters:
    Alisa Martek, National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia
    Dragana Janković, Belgrade University Library “Svetozar Marković”, Serbia
    Kaća Radisavljević, National Library of Serbia, Serbia
  1. Empowering AI Knowledge Management: A Community-Organizing Approach to Enhance Authority Files Diversity and Acceptance
    Author/Presenter: Barbara Katharina Fischer, National Library of Germany, Germany
  1. Artificial Intelligence and Research Libraries: Enhancing Scholarly Work in the Age of Information Overload
    Authors: Dejana D. Kavaja Stanisic and Natasa Dakic, Belgrade University Library “Svetozar Marković”, Serbia
    Presenter: Dejana D. Kavaja Stanisic, Belgrade University Library “Svetozar Marković”, Serbia
  1. Data Management Days Event
    Authors/Presenters: Clémentine Labrut and Jordan Cohen, University of Toulouse Capitole, France
  1. The Progress and Sustainability of Special Libraries in Croatia Through Leadership
    Authors:
    Sanja Heberling Dragičević, University of Rijeka Library, Croatia
    Svjetlana Mokriš, City and University Library Osijek, Croatia
    Breza Šalamon-Cindori, National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia
    Irena Urem, University of Split Library, Croatia
    Presenter: Breza Šalamon-Cindori, National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia
  1. Breaking Boundaries: Advocacy for Citizen Science in European Higher Education Libraries
    Authors:
    Raphaëlle C. Bats, University of Bordeaux, France
    Dolores Mumelaš, National and University Library, Croatia
    Sebastian Harnacker, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
    Alyx Taounza-Jeminet, EPCC – Humathèque Condorcet, France
    Presenters:
    Dolores Mumelaš, National and University Library, Croatia
    Sebastian Harnacker, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
  1. BærUt! Network and Skills Hub for Sustainable Digital Scholarly Editions at the University of Oslo
    Authors: Federico Aurora, Annika Rockenberger and Johanne Emilie Christensen, University of Oslo, Norway
    Presenter: Federico Aurora, University of Oslo, Norway
  1. Exposing Open Science Strategies in Western Balkan LibGuides
    Authors/Presenters:
    Emina Adilović, University of Sarajevo – Faculty of Political Sciences, Bosnia and Herzegovina
    Juan-José Boté, University of Barcelona – Faculty of Information and Audiovisual Media, Spain
  1. Croatian Libraries’ Evaluation System
    Author/Presenter: Aleksandra Pikić Jugović, National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia
  1. National Repositories Infrastructure – Nearly a Decade of Croatian Experience
    Authors: Ivona Milovanović and Ivana Matijević, National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia
    Presenter: Ivona Milovanović, National and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia
  1. Changing Publication Culture – 5 years of Open Publishing at TU Delft Library
    Authors: Nienke van Schaverbeke, Just de Leeuwe, Frederique Belliard, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
    Presenter: Nienke van Schaverbeke, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
  1. Archie Bookworm: Virtual Librarian for Advancing PhD Education
    Author/Presenter: Tereza Šímová, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Czech Republic
  1. Unveiling Open Science Impact: Findings and Insights from the PathOS Project
    Authors:
    Athina Papadopoulou, OpenAIRE, Greece
    Ioanna Grypari, OpenAIRE and Athena Research Center, Greece
    Presenter: Maria Antónia Pebre Madeira Correia Sousa, University of Minho, Portugal
  1. Empowering Higher Education Institutions by Training Researchers and Research Support Staff on Open Science and RRI Practices
    Authors: Pedro Principe and Maria Antónia Pebre Madeira Correia Sousa, University of Minho, Portugal
    Presenter: Pedro Principe, University of Minho, Portugal

 

53rd LIBER Annual Conference