Working groups

Camilla Lindelöw

The LIBER Data Science in Libraries (DSLib) working group explores and promotes library engagement in applying data science and analytical methods in libraries, taking into account all kinds of processes and workflows around library collections and metadata as well as digital infrastructures and service areas.

Camilla Lindelöw

Executive Officer, National Library of Sweden

Camilla Lindelöw has been working  with open access and data analysis at the National Library of Sweden since 2018.

Before working in the National Library of Sweden, Camilla worked at Stockholm and Södertörn University Libraries, where she specialised in scholarly communication and open access, with particular focus on bibliometrics/data analysis within this field. She is also a member of the Swedish Metrics-group (hosted by The Association of Swedish Higher Education Institutions), the SCOSS advisory board and the ESAC Data Working Group.

Applying data science in library workflows does not only help the organisation with strategic decisions, but it also help library staff to better understand this part of the research workflow – how to gather, curate and deposit data. The LIBER network gives opportunites for sharing experiences and refine these workflows.