LIBER Quarterly: The Journal of the Association of European Research Libraries <div class="major-block"> <div class="featured-block"> <p>LIBER Quarterly is the peer reviewed, open access journal of <a href="">LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries</a>. 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.</p> </div> </div> en-US (Trudy Turner) (Openjournals) Tue, 07 Feb 2023 10:12:27 +0100 OJS 60 Organising the ERUA Open Science Meet-Ups: <p>The field of Open Science is subject to constant change and expansion. In order to stay up to date, exchange is paramount – not only within universities, but also within larger spheres, such as academic alliances. This paper analyses the development of a format of international Open Science-related exchange called “ERUA Open Science Meet-Ups” within the Re:ERUA project (<strong>re</strong>search trajectory of the <strong>E</strong>uropean <strong>R</strong>eform <strong>U</strong>niversity <strong>A</strong>lliance). We will look at in which contexts the format came to be, how we got the format started and which measures of promotion and dissemination we took. Moreover, we will discuss the individual sessions’ scope and provide insight into which lessons we learned when performing the Open Science Meet-Ups. Specific recommendations for everyone wanting to set up a similar format as well as an outlook on future sessions will conclude the paper.</p> Maximilian Heber Copyright (c) 2023 Maximilian Heber Tue, 28 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0100