There were 11 submissions to the LIBER 2020 virtual poster session.
All authors were asked to share their posters on Twitter, and we promised to make two awards at the end of conference week.
- Top Poster Abstract – For the poster receiving the highest assessment from the Conference Programme Committee.
- People’s Choice – For the most-retweeted poster.
And now, without further delay, we are proud to announce the two winners!
Top Poster Abstract
Congratulations to Nora Rose McGregor for her poster, Computing for Cultural Heritage!
So bummed to not be catching up in person with all our beautiful research library friends & colleagues across Europe @LIBERconference this week😭But here’s my #liber2020poster with the latest on our @BL_DigiSchol Computing for Cultural Heritage trial! (https://t.co/2GLaVGLRSU) pic.twitter.com/klIhBKn0U6
— Nora McGregor (@ndalyrose) June 22, 2020
Congratulations to the SCOSS community for their poster, Community funding for Open Science infrastructure: SCOSS 2 years in.
Poster at LIBER Online 2020 #LIBER2020 this week: Community funding for Open Science Infrastructure SCOSS 2 years In: https://t.co/FwxUFiVOAV. Please retweet if you like it! #LIBER2020POSTER pic.twitter.com/PFQaL7Rep1
— SCOSS (@scossfunding) June 22, 2020
We’ll be in touch with the winners shortly to arrange delivery of your prizes! Thank you to all participants for sharing your LIBER 2020 Posters.