LIBER Quarterly

Liber Quarterly is the Open Access journal of the Association of European Research Libraries


Starting with volume 22 (2012) LIBER Quarterly acquired a new style through the Open Journal System (OJS) interface of Igitur, but also a new editorial approach, where the emphasis is more on innovative and high quality contributions.  More details can be found in the Editorial to volume 22, issue 1.

Vol 24, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents

Editorial html pdf
Raf Dekeyser 1

Articles

Piloting a National Programme for the Digitization of Medieval Manuscripts in Germany Abstract html pdf
Claudia Fabian, Carolin Schreiber 2-16
Designing Libraries for Research Collaboration in the Network World: An Exploratory Study Abstract html pdf
Sheila Corrall 17-48

Book reviews

Karen Calhoun. Exploring digital libraries: foundations, practice and prospects. London: Facet Publishing, 2014, 322 pp., ISBN 978-1-85604-820-0 html pdf
Zinaida Manžuch 49-51
Alison Mackenzie and Lindsey Martin (editors). Mastering Digital Librarianship: Strategy, networking and discovery in academic libraries html pdf
Derek Law 52-53


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ISSN: 2213-056X