LIBER and EIFL share objectives in promoting access to knowledge for education, learning and research. Special interest areas for both organisations are in the fields of enchancing access to digital collections in higher education, open access, Research Data Management and copyright. (read the full memorandum).
LIBER believes that its collaboration with EUDAT will help achieve our aim of creating an information infrastructure that enables research in LIBER institutions to be world class (read the full memorandum).
LIBER and IFLA, the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, share objectives in promoting access to knowledge for education, learning, and research. Significant areas of common interest in the fields of copyright frameworks supporting the mission of libraries and the extension of library and research activities into the digital environment, in Europe and worldwide (read the full memorandum).
LIBER has excellent relationships with many key players in the library community.
- APA. Alliance for Permanent Access.
- ARL. Association of Research Libraries
- CARL. Canadian Association of Research Libraries
- CoE. Council of Europe
- RLUK. Research Libraries UK
- SPARC. Scholarly Publishing & Academic Resources Coalition (US)
- SURF’s IT services for higher education and research
- The European Library.
- UNESCO Libraries Portal.
- DRIVER. Our cooperation with DRIVER aimed to improve the provision, visibility and application of European research outputs through digital repositories. The DRIVER project is no longer active (read the full memorandum).
- e-Depot. LIBER and e-Depot agreed in 2007 to investigate ways of partnership that would secure the long-term digital preservation of the research outputs within LIBER libraries (read the full memorandum).