LIBER 2023

Conférence

The Call for Papers for the upcoming LIBER Annual Conference is now open. The deadline for submitting a proposal is the 15th of January 2023. Guidance on this as well as conference topics are outlined in detail below. 

LIBER 2023 Annual Conference Theme: Open and trusted – Reassessing research library values.

We live in a perilous and polarized world. People need the assistance of trusted organisations to be equipped to advance their lives.  Research libraries are gateways to the scientific and scholarly information that is vital to address these critical issues, as well as to reach out to research communities. They are both facilitating flows of scientific information for all and encouraging all individuals and groups to find their own way to data and information. 

Capitalising on their central position, research libraries can perform as trusted hubs that reliably connect communities together. Trust is re-surfacing as a concept that should be omnipresent in their mission and activities, from welcoming physical spaces for study and recollection to advanced services for emergent research. Critical responsibilities, such as engagement, adaptation, and sustainability, enable libraries to set up spaces, services and collections that enable their communities to progress. 

Topics

We ask our community to submit their proposals for contribution in our LIBER2023 conference describing and analyzing how -in a way that inspires and instils trust- they work on: 

  • Supporting the pillars of Open Science 
  • Developing independent and inclusive collections 
  • Building sustainable infrastructures 
  • Managing data and information for a new kind of intelligence 
  • Addressing the post-pandemic challenges in education 
  • Engaging with libraries’ communities 
  • Enabling autonomy in scholarly publishing 
Date et Heure
05 juillet 2023 07 juillet 2023
Lieu
Library and Information Centre of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Budapest

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