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  • Retake control of scientific information infrastructures: open access to research data and, of course, libraries role in research data.
    Reshaping the research library
    APARSEN: Virtual research centre on preservation
    E NEWSPAPERS: Aggregating and refining news papers for Europeana. Developing a search interface. Different languages, etc.
    ECLOUD: Cloud based system for Europeana and aggregators (metadata and content)
    PASTEUR: Coordinate OA policies in Europe, identify succesful policies (compliancy?)
    FOSTER: Online training on Open Science to researchers and librarians
    RECODE: Open Access to Research data policies based on existing practices.

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  • 1. LIBER STRATEGY 2014-2015 LIBER / CAUL meeting. 27 May 2014. Den Haag
  • 2.  European Research Libraries Association (EU and beyond)  What makes us unique? • Big membership (400 members from more than 40 countries) • Heterogeneuos membership (unlike ARL, for example) • (Very) low membership fee: very inclusive association • Representative of the research libraries in Europe • Operate in the European level (complex policy making, co-existing with national libary associations) WHAT is LIBER?
  • 3. • Executive Board (12 Library Directors from all over Europe) • LIBER Office (5 FTE: 2 FTE LIBER activities; 3 FTE EU projects) • 3 Steering Committees with several working groups • 2 Fora • Conference Programme Committee • LIBER membership WHO is LIBER?
  • 4.  To provide an information infrastructure to enable research in LIBER institutions to be world class  To enhance the experience of users in LIBER institutions, which is enriched by the facilities and services which LIBER can offer  To promote and advocate for European libraries in all European and national fora where the voice of LIBER needs to be heard  To develop library and information professionals who are innovative and can offer leadership to LIBER and to the national/international library community What’s LIBER mission?
  • 5. • Represent research library interests in Europe • Raising research libraries profile • Influencing European R&D policies and Funding Schemes (H2020) • Influencing/Supporting European policies (open access, open data, copyright) What are LIBER’s main activities? • Developing a common vision on the future of research libraries • Spokesman of research libraries in Europe • Becoming a reference to our members • Supporting the development of our members • Policy guidance (copyright, OA, etc) • EU projects participation
  • 6. How do we realise our mission? LIBER Strategy 2013-2015 EU PROJECTS PARTNERSHIPS LIBER CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS STEERING COMMITTEES AND WORKING GROUPS
  • 7. LIBER STRATEGY 2013-2015. RE- INVENTING THE LIBRARY OF THE FUTURE KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS EU projects APARSEN EUROPEANA NEWSPAPERS EUROPEANA CLOUD PASTEUR FOSTER RECODE
  • 8. FORA LIBER STRATEGY 2013-2015
  • 9. • Participate in European Projects and promote LIBER members participation • Horizon 2020: guarantee opportunities for libraries • EU projects as a means to realise our Strategy (skills, TDM, RDA, RDM) • Sinergies with our own communication efforts • Objectives: get LIBER members to participate • Research libraries participating in innovative projects 12% (51 members) of our membership has participated in a EU project with LIBER EUROPEAN PROJECTS
  • 10. PARTNERSHIPS AND ANNUAL CONFERENCE  Library Associations: EIFL, IFLA, EBLIDA  Higher Educations and Research Associations : LERU, Science Europe  Scholarly Communications Associations: COAR, SPARC Europe  Annual Conference: 400 delegates, around 30 peer review presentations.
  • 11. Thanks!