Université du Luxembourg

University of Luxembourg

Mission

The University of Luxembourg strongly supports excellence in integrity and ethics in research .

Contribution to Open Science

In 2012, the University of Luxembourg signed a collaboration agreement with the University of Liège (Belgium) for the implementation of its own institutional repository, ORBilu. Alongside the platform, the University made the deposit of the full-text of all peer-reviewed work mandatory (not necessarily in Open Access). Through the various OpenAIRE projects, the University library continued building up its advocacy and its services to researchers over the years. Between 2017 and 2019, the library organised several bigger events promoting the importance of Open Science practices. In 2021, the University of Luxembourg officially signed the DORA declaration, aligning itself with the national funder (FNR) and many other institutions worldwide.

Goals and objectives

The Library team wants to keep making new tools and services available to researchers, alongside the emergence of new international standards and best practices in Open Science.
  • Member since
    2011

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Jonathan England
Librarian Specialist for Scholarly Communication and Research Process
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Services

The Library team offers help and guidance to researchers in terms of Open Access to publications, funders’ compliancy checks, copyright issues, etc. Awareness and best practices in research data management, as well as reviewing Data Management Plans are another service offered, alongside the organisation of workshops and seminars. 

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