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Accepted papers

The following papers will be presented at the LIBER Annual Conference:
A National Library for all: the National Library of Scotland and its remote access project
Coll, John. National Library of Scotland, United Kingdom

A partnership approach to promoting information literacy for higher education researchers
Goldstein, Stéphane. Research Information Network, United Kingdom

All the world’s a stage: Improving students’ information skills with dramatic video tutorials
Thornton, David Ewan; Kaya, Ebru. Bilkent University Library, Turkey

An integral approach to digital information delivery in The Netherlands
Vos, Victor-Jan. Koninklijke Bibliotheek, National Library of The Netherlands, The Netherlands

Bibliometric analysis tools on top of the university’s bibliographic database, new roles and opportunities for library outreach
Gerritsma, Wouter; van der Togt, Peter; van Veller, Marco. Wageningen UR Library, The Netherlands

Cataloguing in the clouds: towards a UK shared cataloguing service

David Prosser, David. RLUK, United Kingdom

Confederation of Open Access Repositories (COAR): a truly international effort to build a global repository network

López Medina, Alicia (1); Lossau, Norbert (2). Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain (1); Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek/  Goettingen State and University Library Germany (2)

Consortium innovations: making an impact in the academic community
Woodward, Hazel (1); Estelle, Lorraine (2). Cranfield University, United Kingdom (1); JISC Collections, United Kingdom (2)

Costs and benefits of a shared digital long-term preservation system
Keskitalo, Esa-Pekka. National Library of Finland, Finland

Cultural heritage and the public domain

Savenije, Bas; Beunen, Annemarie. KB, National Library of the Netherlands, The Netherlands

Does library use affect student attainment? A preliminary report on the library impact data project
Stone, Graham; Pattern, David. University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom

EFQM in academic libraries: the application of an international model of administration at the University of Cyprus Library

Stavridis, Stefanos; Tsimpoglou, Filippos. University of Cyprus Library, Cyprus

Establishing a research information system as part of an integrated approach to information management: best practice at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Scholze, Frank (1); Maier, Jan (2); Tobias, Regine (1). KIT, Germany (1); AVEDAS, Germany (2)

Establishing the library landscape in Europe: LIBER's portfolio of EU projects
Ayris, Paul. UCL, United Kingdom

Europeana Regia: a collaborative library of royal manuscripts in medieval and renaissance Europe

Barbeta, Ana (1); Fabian, Claudia (2). Universitat de València, Spain (1); Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Germany (2)

Fostering new roles for librarians. Skills set for repository managers: results of a survey in Italy
Cassella, Maria (1); Morando, Maddalena (2). University of Turin, Italy (1); Polytechnic of Turin, Italy (2)

Getting to know the library users’ needs - Experimental ways to user centered library innovation

Hansen, Thomas Vibjerg (1); Harbo, Karen (2). Aalborg University Library, Denmark (1); ASB Library, Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences, Denmark (2)

Heading for the open road: costs and benefits of transitions in scholarly communications
Jubb, Michael. Research Information Network, United Kingdom
How do researchers in the humanities use information resources?
Jubb, Michael; Collins, Ellen. Research Information Network, United Kingdom

How much is a specialised library worth?
Rosemann, Uwe. German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB), Germany

How to teach information literacy relevant to students: an online credit course model from the University of Tartu Library
Seiler, Vilve; Miil, Kart. University of Tartu Library, Estonia

Increasing access to special collections
Erway, Ricky. OCLC, United States of America

Integrated collection care for digital and physical collections
De Boer, Tanja. Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Netherlands

Knotworking in academic libraries: two case studies from the University of Helsinki

Laitinen, Anne; Engeström, Yrjö; Kaatrakoski, Heli; Myllys, Heli; Rantavuori, Juhana; Kaiponen, Pälvi; Lahikainen, Johanna; Sinikara, Kaisa. University of Helsinki, Finland

Making data citable – The German DOI® registration portal for social and economic data (da ra)

Hausstein, Brigitte (1); Grunow, Stefanie (2). GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for Social Sciences, Berlin, Germany (1); ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Hamburg, Germany (2)

Managing research information for researchers and universities

Schaffner, Jennifer. OCLC Research, United States of America

Mass-digitization at the Complutense University Library. Access and preservation of its bibliographic heritage
Magán, José Antonio; Palafox, Manuela; Tardón, Eugenio. Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

Measuring ULB scholars output visibility: a quantitative assessment of Scopus metadata quality using Google Refine
Droesbeke, Sébastien; van Hooland, Seth; De Wilde, Max; Boydens, Isabelle. Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

New business models and legal framework for dissemination of digital content.

Josevold, Roger. National Library of Norway, Norway

OCLC research survey of special collections and archives in research libraries
Dooley, Jackie. OCLC, United States of America

Paradise by the dashboard light': working with a simple PDCA cycle at Avans University of Applied Science
Simons, Ellen. Avans University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Primary data in institutional repository: a case study

Arano Poggi, Silvia; Martínez Ayuso, Gemma; Losada Yáñez, Marina; Villegas Montserrat, Marta; Casaldàliga Riera, Anna; Bel Rafecas, Núria. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain

Putting 600.000 books online: the large-scale digitisation partnership between the Austrian National Library and Google

Kaiser, Max; Nikolov-Ramirez Gaviria, Jeanna. Austrian National Library, Austria

Research support services: the rationale for a new partnership and roles at the University of Leicester Library
Jones, Louise. University of Leicester, United Kingdom

Role of National and University Library of Slovenia in a multinational research project (IMPACT): a case study
Jerele, Ines. National and University Library Slovenia, Slovenia

Staying relevant in the Google age: implementing vertical search at the University of Manchester; a technological and cultural perspective

Beard, Lorraine; Land, Andy. The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

The challenges of building a digital preservation system
Peled, Ido. Ex Libris, Israel

The e-reader – an educative or entertaining tool?

Ahlroos, Peter; Hahto, Jonna. The Tritonia Academic Library, Finland

The handheld library. Developments at the Rector Gabriel Ferraté Library, UPC
Benitez Juan, Beatriz; Clavero Campos, Javier; Codina Vila, Miquel; Pérez Gálvez, Andrés. Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain

The mobile web in university libraries: mobilize your library from 0 euro

Abarca, Marta; Pons, David; Rubio, Francisco; Valles, Raquel. Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain

Trends in research librarianship literature: a social network analysis of articles
Al, Umut (1); Soydal, İrem (1); Alır, Gülten (2). Hacettepe University, Turkey (1); Aksaray University, Aksaray (2)

UNICUM. Portal for the Dutch academic collections
Reerink, Henriette. University Library Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Usage and impact of controlled vocabularies in a subject repository for indexing and retrieval

Borst, Timo. German National Library for Economics, Germany

Using mobile devices for reading eBooks: an experiment with eReaders and Netbooks
Vandooren, Françoise; Lerinckx, Dominique; Algoet, Christophe. Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium