This is the 35th LIBER Alert.
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Registration for LIBER 2020 ONLINE is open! See the sessions and register.
- 2019-2020 Annual Report: Read about our achievements in the past 12 months in our newly released Annual Report.
- FIM4L: The Chair of LIBER’s FIM4L Working Group presented the group’s work on federated authentication with SSO to a United Nations Working Group.
- Copyright: Want to better support researchers undertaking TDM? Check this report from our Copyright & Legal Matters Working Group.
- Linked Open Data: Has your library published data in a linked and open format? Our Linked Open Data Working Group is looking for case studies to feature in an upcoming best-practices document, and at a LIBER 2020 ONLINE workshop.
- Open Science Skills: An Open Science Skills visualization from our Digital Skills Working Group identifies the skills and knowledge needed to practice Open Science effectively.
- SSHOC Open Marketplace: Register for the ICTeSSH event and join the SSHOC online user workshop on agile development of the SSH Open Marketplace.
- Archeology and Heritage Science: The SSHOC project, in which LIBER is a partner, held a webinar on the use and re-use of scientific data in archaeology and heritage.
- Data Repositories: Read the SSHOC webinar report on improving the quality of digital repositories.
- SSH Toolkit for Trainers. Just launched by the SSHOC project.
- Copyright and the Role of Intermediaries: A reCreating Europe project team, which focuses on the Copyright in Digital Single Market Directive, Member States’ regulations as well as the private ordering of intermediaries presented the design and preliminary results of their research in this webinar.
- Roadmap: Pedagogical support for HEIs and other organisers of Open Science, Citizen Science and Open Innovation activities is given in this INOS Roadmap.
- Citizen Science At Universities: Trends, Guidelines and Recommendations — 10 June, 1500 CEST — Four speakers will talk about current Citizen Science trends at universities. They will outline a template for a Citizen Science Single Contact Point which your institution could start developing and give a glimpse of the upcoming Research Librarian’s Guide to Citizen Science. Register here.
Network & Open Science News
- UNESCO Open Science Consultation: UNESCO is developing a Recommendation on Open Science and has asked LIBER to help gather the opinions of research libraries. Please take the survey.
- LIBER Executive Board: Interested in LIBER’s work? Have ideas for shaping our future strategic priorities? We’re looking for two people to serve on our Executive Board.
- Data Stewardship Coordinator at TU Delft. See vacancy.
- ICTeSSH 2020 29 June – 1 July
- ECSA 2020, Trieste 6-8 September
- Digital Humanities in the Nordic countries (DHN 2020), Riga 20-23 October
- CONUL Conference 2020, Limerick 25-26 November
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