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Accepted posters

The following posters will be presented at the LIBER Annual Conference:
25 research things: engaging academics with social media tools
David Pattern (1); Graham Stone (1); Ellen Collins (2). University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom (1); Research Information Network, United Kingdom (2)

Benefit of a shared platform for web archiving
Chloé Martin; Julián Masanès. Internet Memory Foundation, France

Beyond paraprofessionals: the evolving role of the research assistant as a professional “tracker” for understanding the shifting knowledge landscape and supporting the user in the information literacy process
Liliana Gregori; Luca Losito. Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy

Brand new roles in an old play: challenges in the collaborative environment for Greek academic libraries
Panagiotis Georgiou. University of Patras, Greece

Creating a digitisation rubric: key considerations for large-scale conversion projects

Austin  McLean (1); Janet  Woods (2). ProQuest, United Kingdom (1); University of Wyoming Libraries, United States (2)

Developing methods for extending repository services to increase the accessibility of OA documents in library and information science

Antonella De Robbio (1); Susanna Mornati (2); Fernanda Peset (3); Imma Subirats (4); Giannis Tsakonas (5). CAB, Universita' degli Studi di Padova / E-LIS, Italy (1); CILEA / E-LIS (2); Universidad Politecnica de Valencia / E-LIS (3); Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations / E-LIS (4); Library & Information Center, University of Patras, Greece / ELIS (5)

E-only Journals: overcoming the barriers
Michael Jubb. Research Information Network, United Kingdom

Experiences with user text correction at the California Digital Newspaper Collection

Frederick Zarndt. Global Connexions, United States of America

Georeferencer online service and MapRank search technology

Petr Pridal; Petr Zabicka. Moravian Library, Czech Republic

IMPACT: a centre of competence in text digitisation
Aly Daloa Conteh. British Library, United Kingdom

Innovative collection development at the TU DELFT library
Zofia Brinkman Dzwig. Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Low-budget high-impact testing: get inspired by your customers' needs!
Clavel, Karin. TU Delft Library, The Netherlands

Marketing of services and information resources of the Resouce Center for Learning and Research -CRAI- of the University of Barcelona: brand CRAI-UB
Josep Coll; Isabel Magdaleno; Laura Miró. Universitat de Barcelona, Spain

Mobile reference services of Sabancı University Information Center

Deniz Baltaci. Sabanci University Information Center, Turkey
New business models for the digital age
Sarah Fahmy (1); Nancy Maron (2). JISC, United Kingdom (1); Ithaka, United States of America (2)

Open Access at Salford – Where next?
Julie Berry; Karen Bates. University of Salford, United Kingdom

Portable devices - meeting the needs of the mobile generation

Jonathan Michael Andrews; Lisa Anderson. University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
RECOLECTA, the Spanish open access scientific repository infrastructure: achievements, best practices and challenges ahead.
Pilar Rico Castro (1); Alicia López Medina (2); Izaskun Lacunza (1). Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología (FECYT), Spain (1); Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED), Spain (2).

Research libraries and data in economics

Carl Demeyere (1); Wietske Sijstma (2). K.U.Leuven, Belgium (1); UvT, The Netherlands (2)

Resource discovery & discovering ourselves: experiences at the National Library of Ireland
Katherine Anne-Marie McSharry; Eoghan Ó Carragáin. National Library of Ireland, Ireland

Secondary education: a chance for research libraries?

Machteld Marije Van der Meer. Koninklijke Bibliotheek - National Library of the Netherlands, The Netherlands

Simurg, digital collection of CSIC
Carolina Santamarina. Spanish National Research Council, CSIC, Spain

Straight from the horse's mouth! - Low cost alternatives to traditional library discovery services
Santiago Chumbe. Heriot Watt University, United Kingdom

The digital repository of documents of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (DDD)

Cristina Azorín; Núria Casaldàliga. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

The role of libraries in the future Internet
Klaus Tochtermann; Tamara Pianos. ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Germany

Thesis preservation through the MetaArchive cooperative in the CBUC
Ramon Ros. CBUC, Spain

Turning historical statistics into research data – a case study from Germany
Ralf Toepfer. ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Germany

Unjamming the M25
John Tuck. Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom