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ANNUAL MEETING OF PARTICIPANTS
TARTU, ESTONIA
29 JUNE 2012
OPENING REMARKS
Dr Paul Ayris
LIBER President
MINUTES OF MEETING OF PARTICIPANTS
BARCELONA, 2011
REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD
Dr Ann Matheson
LIBER Secretary-General
Executive Board Report
Meeting of Participants
July 2012
Executive Board Meetings
• Barcelona, June/July 2011
• London, October 2011
• Munich, February 2012
• Tartu, June 2012
Board Priorities 2011-2012
• Professional work of the Steering Committees
• Leadership Programme
• EU-funded Projects and EU Lobbying
• Developing the Annual Conference through the Conference
Programme Committee
• LIBER Strategy 2013-2015
• LIBER Office
LIBER Membership June 2012
• Institution:
• Organisation
• Associate:
• Individual:
Total:
373
19
9
11
412
LIBER Annual Conference Fund
• Nine awards made by the Conference Programme Committee
in 2012
• Fund created by LIBER members to assist attendance at LIBER
Conferences
LIBER Annual Conference 2013
•Munich, Germany, 26 June to 29 June 2013
•Hosted by the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek,
Munich
Annual Conference 2014
•Varna, Bulgaria, 25 June to 28 June 2014
•Hosted by the State University of Library
Studies and Information Technologies
REPORT OF THE TREASURER
given by
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen
LIBER Vice-President
ANNUAL REPORT AND ACCOUNTS 2011
AUDITOR’S REPORT 2011
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
2011
2010
Income
286.166
211.356
Expenditure
283.868
162.678
Net income
2.298
48.678
INCOME
Participants
Annual Conference
Sponsorships
Workshops
Other
2011
2010
143.560
26.763
47.510
18.169
49.256
138.190
18.500
41.500
5.416
1.074
EXPENDITURE
Staff
Board/Comm
Secretariate
Operating costs
Other
2011
2010
149.040
19.656
55.645
25.248
40.279
98.186
6.334
21.635
30.932
5.591
Balance Sheet
2011
Assets
Receivables
Securities
Liquid Assets
2010
34.390
517.125
551.515
16.903
149.627
362.819
529.349
Equities & Liabilities
General Reserves 442.437
Result
2.298
Current Liabilities 106.780
551.515
393.759
48.678
86.912
529.349
APPOINTMENTS TO THE LIBER EXECUTIVE BOARD
Appointments:
LIBER Treasurer
Nomination:
Dr Matthijs Van Otegem, National Library of
The Netherlands
APPOINTMENTS TO THE LIBER EXECUTIVE BOARD
Board Members:
Nominations:
Mr Wilhelm Widmark, Stockholm University
Library
Mr Kurt De Belder, Leiden University Libraries
APPOINTMENTS TO THE LIBER EXECUTIVE BOARD
Reappointments:
President: Dr Paul Ayris, UCL
Vice-President: Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, National Library of Finland
Board Members:
Mr Julien Roche, Lille University Library
Dr Márta Virágos, Debresen University Library
Professor Norbert Lossau, Göttingen State and University Library
Ms Deborah Shorley, Imperial College London
REPORT ON EU PROJECTS
Susan Reilly
LIBER EU Projects Officer
LIBER EU Project Activity
Susan Reilly
Tartu, 29th June 2012
Overview
 First EU project in 2010
Portfolio of 6 EU projects (and growing)
Recognising libraries as part of the European
research infrastructure
Project Role Call
Opportunties for Data Exchange (ODE)
Final event November 2012
Two reports: Linking Data to Publications, Best Practice
in Data Citation (2011) & the Role of Libraries in Data
Exchange (2012)
Project Role Call
Alliance for Permanent Access to the Record
of Science in Europe Network (APARSEN)
Digital preservation roadmap for libraries based on a
survey of experts from national and research libraries
Report on ‘Trust’ about to be published
Project Role Call
Europeana Libraries
Launch of the new European Library Portal
Opening of the aggregation service to research
libraries
Project Role Call
Europeana Newspapers
First workshop on OCR, OLR and EDM held in
May
Work begun on enhancing
newspaper content
Project Role Call
Medditeranean Open Access Network
(MEDOANET)
Coordination of Open Access policies in the
region (though surveys, task forces, workshops)
 Survey of stakeholders in each region
Project Roll Call
Authentication, Authorisation, Accounting
(AAA)
A researcher passport- facilitating seemless
access and reuse, overview of RI landscape
Final report (Sep, 2012) will inform the work of
Horizon 2020
Thank you!
STEERING COMMITTEE REPORTS
• Scholarly Communication (Dr Ayris)
• Digitisation and Resource Discovery (Ms Frey)
• Heritage Collection and Preservation (Dr Fabian)
• Organisation and Human Resources (Mr Roche)
• LIBER Services (Dr Virágos)
• Communications & Marketing Committee (Dr Ayris)
LIBER Blog
LIBER Blog
Presentation at 41st LIBER Annual Conference
Tartu, Estonia
Meeting of participants, 29 June 2012
Purpose of the LIBER Blog
• new means of disseminating news items and conference
reports, formerly contained in LIBER Quarterly.
• easy tool for publishing LIBER members’: projects /
developments / news / ideas / experiences / etc.
• groundwork for the future LIBER Resource Centre (tags)
More info at:
http://www.libereurope.eu/blog/how-to-contribute-to-the-liber-blog
How to contribute?
• To send a complete blog post to the LIBER Blog team,
who will publish your blog post for you.
The email address for sending your contributions (or any questions)
is [email protected]
• To get your unique LIBER Blogger account, which grants
almost unlimited freedom in your publishing work
To get your individual LIBER Blogger account, please fill in
the application form
(http://libereurope.eu/webform/request-for-a-liber-blogger-account)
LIBER RANKINGS STUDY
Marc Martinez, University of Lyon
Joint Working Group on Quality Assessment and Benchmarking
Steering Committee on Organisation and Human Resources
LIBER STRATEGIC PLAN 2013-2015
Reports from the Breakout Sessions
Hans Geleijnse
Leo Voogt
LIBER Strategy 2013-2015
Report back from break-out
groups
Ann Matheson, Marieke Willems, Susan Reilly, Astrid
Verheusen,Leo Voogt, Hans Geleijnse
Key Performance Areas
• Scholarly Communication and Research
Infrastructures
• Reshaping the Research Library
• Advocacy and Commuincation
Discussion in 6 groups
75 participants
General Comments
• People enjoyed engagement and would like to discuss progress
next years
• Positive comments on the general direction LIBER is going
• Make a clear distinction between strategy, operational plan and
organisational change
• Current economic situation requires more library cooperation and
enforces the need to make choices
• There are too many goals. Prioritize!
Other General Comments
• This Strategic Plan often confuses strategies of its
members and LIBER itself as a foundation
• Clarify how goals will be realized (SMART) and that
resources are/can be made available
• EC projects: focus on projects that are supporting the
strategic plan and not vice versa !
• Role of national libraries (and state libraries) not clear
enough
Other General Comments (II)
• Plan is unbalanced. Not enough attention for role of
library in education (e.g. Information literacy)
• Heritage collections and Special collections not clearly
present in the 3 Action areas
• Existing groups could have been involved in drafting the
strategy
• Organisational change of Steering committees is
questioned
Other General Comments (III)
• Aligning the strategy of LIBER with (partner) organisations around
us (eg. SPARC, CERL, Eblida)
• Balance needed between goals, voluntary effort of members and
available resources in LIBER office
• See that existing groups (eg. Architecture Group, Manuscript group)
are embedded in the new structure
• Articulate where LIBER stands for and present various choices as a
logical consequence of it (e.g. Why newTEL, Europeana, COAR?)
Scholarly communication and Reseach
Infrastructures
• Focus on research infrastructures = good
• Why building new research infrastructures? Clarify this
and evaluate results of previous projects
• Data management issues also relevant at national and
local level
• Importance of metadata is missing
• Single focus on Gold Open Access is questioned.
Scholarly Communication (II)
• Advocate massive digitisation
• Heritage collections could be seen as a research tool
and hence as a part of the research infrastructure
Reshaping the Research Library
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This KPA is too much a potpourri
Leadership Seminar should be priority
Data management central skill to support KPA 1
Connect with library schools
Multirank study could be used as benchmarking tool
Advocacy and Communication
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Goals are unbalanced. Prioritize!
Advocacy needed on use of mobile technology
Translation into 20 languages questioned
Can LIBER support 25 LIBER ambassadors ?
Resources?
• LIBER should promote that directors stimulate their staff
to participate in LIBER’s group work
• Strategic plan requires a Communication plan
INVITATION
to the
LIBER 42nd Annual Conference, Munich 2013
hosted by the
Bayerische Staatsbibliothek
www.liber2013.de
VOTE OF THANKS
to the
UNIVERSITY OF TARTU LIBRARY
Local Organising Committee
Kristina Pai, Director of Collection Development
Olga Einasto, Head of Circulation Department
Katriin Kaljovee, Administrative Officer
Avo Kartul, Head of Music Department
Kersti Kuusemäe, secretary
Liisi Lembinen, Development Director
Marika Liivamägi, Librarian of Coll. Dev. Dep.
Local Organising Committee
Anneli Sepp, Head of Inform. Systems Dep.
Elena Sipria-Mironov, Project Manager of Coll. Dev.
Dep.
Ilona Smuškina, Marketing Manager
Piret Zettur, Senior Specialist of Inf. Systems
Tiiu Tarkpea, Head of Subject Analysis Dep.
Kertu Uri, Head of Collections Devel. Dep.
Eve Valper, Designer
Volunteers from the Library
Kadi Kass
Signe Bachmann
Maarika Tomingas
Alice Zettur
Tiina Sammelselg
Jelena Ivanova
Triin Jaagus
Annika Markson
Jaana Seinberg
Merje Punder
Maiu Nurka
Liisa Pall

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