Congratulations to the winners of this year’s LIBER Award for Library Innovation, sponsored by OCLC.
This award is given to the three abstracts which best describe innovative work within the overall theme of the Annual Conference, based on criteria such as the level of innovation, the impact on the wider library community, originality and the quality of the abstract.
The 2020 winners are:
- Trust as key element in implementing green open access based on Dutch Copyright Law: sharing good practices from the You Share We Take Care pilot – Arjan Schalken, UKB (Dutch consortium of university libraries and the National library of The Netherlands), The Netherlands
- Wikidata as an open, collaborative bibliographic database: the case of the National Library of Sweden – Alicia Fagerving, Wikimedia Sverige, Sweden
- Peer Community in: a free public system for peer-reviewing and highlighting preprints – Denis Bourguet, UMR CBGP, INRAE, Montpellier; Benoit Facon, UMR PVBMT, INRAE, La Réunion; Thomas Guillemaud, UMR ISA, INRAE, Sophia-Antipolis; Marjolaine Hamelin, UMR LBE, INRAE, Narbonne
In this video, Eric van Lubeek, Managing Director OCLC EMEA, presents the award winners for 2020. For each of the winning papers, the authors will be entitled to claim up to €1,000 in total expenses (travel and registration) to support them in attending LIBER’s 2021 Annual Conference in Belgrade, Serbia.