LIBER Quarterly is the peer reviewed, open access journal of LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries. The journal seeks to cover all aspects of modern research librarianship and scientific information delivery. It strives to form a bridge between the scholars of the Library and Information Sciences (LIS) and the practitioners in our university and research libraries by publishing not only theoretical contributions, but also examples of good practices.
Vol 25, No 1 (2015)
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|Library Instruction – Not Just for our Users: Skills Upgrading for Librarians as a Way of Increasing Self-Confidence||Abstract html PDF|
|Hilde Terese Drivenes Daland||2-17|
|How to Use Crowdsourcing Effectively: Guidelines and Examples||Abstract html PDF|
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