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Presentation from Izaskun Lacunza, LIBER Executive Director in the Sweedish Library Days. The LIBER Strategy and its three priorities i) Scholarly Communications and Research Infrastructures, ii) …

Presentation from Izaskun Lacunza, LIBER Executive Director in the Sweedish Library Days. The LIBER Strategy and its three priorities i) Scholarly Communications and Research Infrastructures, ii) Reshaping the Library and iii) Advocacy and Communications are discussed. The presentation focuses on how by association, better levels of dialogue can be reached with policy makers and rest of stakeholders

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  • Services on top: statistics, research profiles, TDM Open Acccess
  • New servcies to researchers and teachers: MOOCS, e-books, CRIS systes Libraries need leaders that bring change
  • Availability Accept datasets for storage at library and/or open up library catalogue to research data sets to allow access to data at least as remote content. Findability Support of persistent identifiers. Engage in developing common metadescription schemas and common citation practices. Promote use of common standards and tools among researchers Interpretability Provide metadescriptions to datasets. Support crosslinks between publications and datasets Re-usability Be transparent about conditions under which the data sets can be re-used (expert knowledge needed, software needed). Citability Engage in establishing uniform data citation standards. Support and promote persistent identifiers Curation/Preserv ation Transparency about curation of submitted data. Collaboration with data creators and data centres. Promote good data management practice.
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    • 1. LIBER. The power of associationIzaskun LacunzaLIBER Executive DirectorIzaskun.lacunza@kb.nlSweedish Library Days17thMay 2013, Orebro.
    • 2. CONTENTS
    • 3. CONTENTS
    • 4. 400 research and national libraries from morethan 40 countries in Europe (13 Swedishmembers) LARGEST library association in Europe Contribute to REINVENT the RESEARCH LIBRARYWHO ARE WE?WHAT DO WE WANT?WHAT’S MY FUTURE?
    • 5. CONTENTS
    • 6.  To provide an INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE to enableresearch in LIBER institutions to be world class To enhance the EXPERIENCE OF USERS in LIBER institutions To PROMOTE AND ADVOCATE for European libraries in allEuropean and national fora To DEVELOP LIBRARY and INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS whoare INNOVATIVE and can offer LEADERSHIP to LIBER and to thenational/international library communityWHAT’S OUR MISSION?SERVICES INTERNATIONAL NEWPROFFESIONALSADVOCACY INFRASTRUCTURE
    • 7. HOW ARE WE GOING TO REALISE OUR MISSION?
    • 8. THE LIBER STRATEGY. KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS
    • 9. THE LIBER STRATEGY. GOALSCONSTRUCTION OF SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION E-INFRASTR.- Role of library- Skills
    • 10. THE LIBER STRATEGY. GOALS (II)LIBRARY: KEY SERVICE FOR THE INSTITUTION
    • 11. THE LIBER STRATEGY. GOALS (III)THE VOICE OF RESEARCH LIBRARY IS HEARD
    • 12. CONTENTS
    • 13. RESEARCH DATA MANAGEMENTAustralian National Data Service VisionRESEARCH DATA. What if…?RESEARCH DATA E-INFRASTRUCTURE
    • 14. Image from the “Report on the Integration of Data and Publications”: S. Reilly,W. Schallier, S. Schrimpf, E. Smit, M.Wilkinson. October 17, 2011.Opportunities for data exchange project. FP7 funded82% researchersstore data in theircomputers!WHAT DATA ARE WE TALKING ABOUT?
    • 15. THE VIEW OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION ON RESEARCH DATALibraries are there!
    • 16. RESEARCH DATA E-INFRASTRUCTURE. CHARACTERISTICS
    • 17. RESEARCH DATA E-INFRASTRUCTURE. STAKEHOLDERS Researchers Data scientists LIBRARIES IT Labs Technology providers DATA CENTERS Funding agenciesWhat is ourrole?Are weready?
    • 18.  Availability Findability Interpretability Reusability Citability Curation PreservationFrom the “Report on the Integration of Data and Publications”: S. Reilly,W. Schallier, S. Schrimpf, E. Smit, M.Wilkinson. October 17, 2011.Opportunities for data exchange project. FP7 fundedRESEARCH DATA. WHAT’S OUR ROLE?
    • 19. From the “Report on best practi es for citation of dta and on evolving roles inScholarly Communication”:R. Kotarski, S. Reilly, S. Schrimpf, E. Smit, K. Walshe.Opportunities for data exchange project. FP7 fundedRESEARCH DATA. ARE WE READY? Research librarires arewilling to contribute, but:1. Re-skilling needed (IT,discipline knowledge)2. Funding needed
    • 20. LIBER WORK ON RESEARCH DATA
    • 21. European Commission: Research data e-infrastructure: Framework for action H2020Libraries:stakeholdersLibraries:stakeholdersLibraries:stakeholdersLibraries:stakeholdersRESEARCH DATA. WHERE DOES THE COMMISSION SEES LIBRARIES?
    • 22. CONTENTS
    • 23. Text and data mining (TDM) is the process of deriving information from machine-readmaterial. It works by copying large quantities of material, extracting the data, andrecombining it to identify patternsTEXT AND DATA MINING IN A NUTSHELLNo human being can read and exploit all the relevant literature of his research field.Text and Data Mining can help and even enhance human reading and processing ofinformationFor libraries: researchers will realise the full value of our collections (link tofactsheet)TDM can revolutionate science in the coming years… if we eliminate some OBSTACLES
    • 24. TEXT AND DATA MINING IN A NUTSHELLWho else hasrealized of thispotential?PUBLISHERS… ready to relicencecontent for TDM activitiesLIBER’S POSITION ON TDM:• The right to read is the right to mine (NO todouble licening)• TDM requires a COPYRIGHT EXCEPTION
    • 25.  NOT ALL CONTENT CAN BE LICENCED (THE WEB!) LIBRARIES ALREADY SPENT MONEY ON LICENCING (RIGHT TO READ, RIGHT TOMINE) NEGOTIATION OF LICENCES: TIME CONSUMING, NOT SUSTAINABLE DAMAGES EUROPE COMPETITIVENESS IT GOES AGAINS OPEN SCIENCE EUROPE AGENDAWHY LICENCING FOR TDM DOES NOT WORK
    • 26. TEXT AND DATA MINING. What LIBER is doing LIBER participating in a working group to developsolutions to estimulate TDM in Europe (LICENCESFOR EUROPE) LIBER unhappy with the scope of the workinggroup: narrow and pro “re-licencing”LIBER leading a request for exceptions andlimitations to copyright in TDM More than 60 research institutions andprominent researchers adhering to our request! Articles in Nature and national press Meetings with the European Commission toexplain our position
    • 27. CONTENTS
    • 28. EC projects portfolio Help us realise our Strategy Involve members in FP7 projects Knowing members and rest of stakeholders Gets us closer to the Commission Increases our visibilityEC PROJECTS PORTFOLIO. RESASONS TO PARTICIPATE
    • 29. Ensuring that libraries are part of the common vision for digitalpreservationDevelopment of virtual centre of excellenceAssesssing libraries preparedness for digital preservation(sustainability)Engagement in development of best practice (persistentidentifies, cost modelling, authenticityEC PROJECTSSCHOLARLY COMM. AND RESEARCH INFRASTR.
    • 30. Making digitised newspaper content from researchlibraries available on EuropeanaDeveloping best practice standards for OCR, OLRBuilding of special content browsers for newspapers18 million newspaperspages available!Develop a cloud based infrastructure for EuropeanaLaunch Europeana ResearchAggregate research contentRESHAPING THE LIBRARYEC PROJECTS (II)
    • 31.  Explore state of OA policies in region Engage funders, policymakers,researchers, libraries in OA debate Make recommendations for the coordinationDevelop recommendations for policies for research data sharing andpreservationWork with other stakeholders (publishers,infrastructures, technologyproviders,researchers) in research data sharing to elaborate related issues(IPR,infrastructures, technology)Raise awareness of importance of policies for data sharingEC PROJECTS (III)ADVOCACY AND COMMUNICATIONS
    • 32. CONTENTS
    • 33.  Association works! Raises our voice in the European level Helps having a common vision Help us know each other and learn from each other Help us share ideas Great source of information! Contributes to think together what the future will bringCONCLUSIONS
    • 34. THANKS!!QUESTIONS?