Library professionals from across Europe presented at LIBER’s 2014 Annual Conference in Riga, Latvia.
Following the conference, we asked delegates for their opinions about the conference in general, and on each presentation. Using this feedback, we came up with a list of the 10 most highly rated presentations from LIBER 2014.
1. Going Digital in the Closed Stacks, Eva Dahlbäck,Stockholm University Library, Sweden
2. Open Access Publishing and Research Evaluation: New Roles for Research Libraries, Paul Ayris, University College London, UK
3. Whose Property Is It Anyway? Part 2: The Challenges in Supporting the UK’s Main Research Funder Agendas which Seek to Ensure that the Outputs from Publicly-Funded Research are Published Open Access, Chris Banks, Imperial College London, UK
4. Our Users Who Settle for Less – Ensuring Usable Accessibility for Blind Users of a Digital Library, Heli J. Kautonen, National Library of Finland, Finland
5. Supporting Open Access for Monographs, Eelco Ferwerda, OAPEN Foundation, The Netherlands
6. Developing Data Literacy Competencies to Enhance Faculty Collaborations, Don MacMillan, University of Calgary, Canada
7. The Regulation of Text and Data Mining, Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, CNRS, France
8. Digital Collections at Work. Radio and Television Collections Online – A Case Study from Denmark, Tonny Skovgård Jensen, State and University Library, Aarhus, Denmark
9. AnalogIST/ezPAARSE: Analysing Locally Gathered Logfiles to Determine Users’ Accesses to Subscribed e-Resources, Thomas Jouneau, Université de Lorraine, France
10. From Services to Partnering: A New Strategy for OA Publishing in Utrecht University Library, Inge Werner, Utrecht University Library, The Netherlands
Interested in attending LIBER 2015 in London, UK? See the Official Conference Website!