LIBER Winter Event 2023

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The LIBER Winter Event will be a space for us to connect and gain new inspiration for a range of topics within our field. It serves as a stimulating forum for the presentation and discussion of work undertaken by LIBER Working Groups.

Work that is carried out through the International Projects, studies and initiatives in which LIBER is involved as a partner will also be showcased.

The theme of the 2023 LIBER Winter Event is Come together! Enabling Collaboration and Inclusivity in Research Libraries.

Under this theme, we will showcase how the work conducted in LIBER Working Groups and International Projects is encouraging inclusive and collaborative practices in all areas of research library work 

Date et Heure
23 novembre 2023 24 novembre 2023
Lieu
Florence, Italie

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