LIBER Alert | Research Library & Open Science News | January 10, 2019

Posted: 10-01-2019 Topics: Office News

This is the sixth LIBER Alert, a twice-monthly bulletin from LIBER Europe.

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  • LIBER 2019 Call for Papers: Submit your paper or poster proposal for LIBER’s Annual Conference by 14 January. Read
  • Leadership Programme: Apply for our Emerging Leaders programme. Learn More
  • Data Repository Survey: Librarians, repository managers and technical staff are invited to take part. Participate
  • New Head of International Projects: Vasso Kalaitzi is now overseeing LIBER’s entire project portfolio. Learn More

Network & Open Science News

  • OCLC Survey: Help OCLC identify what libraries’ ambitions and realities are with open content, and how invested they are in it. Take The Survey
  • Erasmus Staff Training Week for Librarians: Join an International Staff Training Week from 11-14 June at the University Library of Southern Denmark. Learn More
  • RDA EU Open Calls: Support the expansion of this growing community of research data experts and practitioners. Learn More
  • Wiley Talks Open Science: How does global publisher Wiley view Open Science and Plan S? Find out in this podcast from the Munin Conference on scholarly publishing. Listen
  • New Digital Preservation Book: Cinderella’s Stick explains the main problems related to digital preservation using examples based on a modern version of the well-known Cinderella fairy tale. Learn More
  • Check.Submit. Survey: Need revealed for guidance on trustworthy places to publish research. Learn More

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