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LIBER 2020 Online: Building Trust with Research Libraries

Many of the topics of the LIBER 2020 Online conference can be classified under the keyword “Open Science”. A special focus was placed on “trust”, which – just like transparency – is both an aspect and a goal of openness, and on Citizen Science. And above all, the question of what role these topics play in face of the corona pandemic was raised.




Open Science: Interesting Conferences & Events for 2019

by Birgit Fingerle Conferences and other events can be good opportunities to stay up to date in open science and related subjects and also to do networking. We have selected a list of events in 2019 and are looking forward for your hints about even more events. JANUARY 2019 25.01. – 27.01., Mannheim (Germany) Open Social Science Conference 2019 Topic: Practicing New Standards in Transparency and Reproducibility 28.01. – 29.01., Luzern (Switzerland) Luzern Open LearningDays.ch Topic: Open Learning 29.01. – 31.01., Karlsruhe (Germany) LEARNTEC Topic: Digital Learning FEBRUARY 2019 05.02. – 06.02., Berlin (Germany) Open Science Days 2019 Topic: Research […]


20. Konferenz „Gemeinschaften in Neuen in Medien“ (GeNeMe) 2017 in Dresden – Call for Paper

Die Veranstaltung findet in RĂ€umlichkeiten der Technischen UniversitĂ€t Dresden statt. Gemeinschaften in Neuen Medien 2017 bietet eine hervorragende Gelegenheit, den HighTech Standort sowie berĂŒhmte barocke Baukunstwerke Dresdens zu besichtigen. Organisation und Review Die Leitung der Konferenz liegt bei einer Gruppe von Wissenschaftlern der FakultĂ€ten Erziehungs- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften sowie dem Medienzentrum der Technischen UniversitĂ€t Dresden mit […]


EEXCESS Final Conference: Wrap Up

Last week, the EEXCESS Final Conference took place in Cologne, within the frame of the International Science 2.0 Conference. In the Opening, project ccordinator Prof. Michael Granitzer presented the vision of not only ensuring open access to scientific literature and cultural online objects, but “effortless access” (Slides). Further invited speakers were Timothy Hill from Europeana […]




EEXCESS at International Science 2.0 Conference

Last week, 145 participants from 10 countries came together to discuss science 2.0 – related topics like altmetrics, citizen science, big data analytics – and EEXCESS. Christin Seifert from the University of Passau presented Personalized Interactive Access to Digital Library Content – Lessons Learned in the EEXCESS Project in a talk. Among the conference participants, there were […]