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NEREUS workshop at LIBER 43rd Annual Conference 2014
Nereus is organizing an open workshop at LIBER 43rd Annual Conference in Riga (Latvia). We are happy to announce that the registration for the conference is now open!


Nereus is a network of information providers based in European universities and other research institutions. Partners work together collaboratively to support researchers and other users in the social sciences.


Nereus is a platform for sharing expertise in knowledge provision and library services of value to its partners. Our subject-orientated approach provides a vantage point from which to survey and advance the prescient themes of the day, ranging from Open Access to data management.

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The Nereus Strategic Plan

  • Nereus is an information hub supporting research and education in the social sciences.
  • Through Nereus, information professionals from European universities and research institutions aim to innovate their research & education support services.
  • Nereus is a platform for skills development.
  • Nereus is an advocacy platform for open principles in scholarly communication.
  • Consortium members



    Tilburg University (NL)
    Erasmus University Rotterdam (NL)
    German National Library of Economics (D)
    Sciences Po (F)
    University College Dublin (UCD) Library (IRL)
    UCL (University College London) (UK)
    University of Oxford (UK)
    The University of Warwick (UK)
    Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (B)
    WU - Vienna University of Economics and Business (A)
    Maastricht University (NL)
    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (ES)
    Université Toulouse 1 Capitole (F)
    Université Paris-Dauphine (F)
    Monash University (AUS)
    Université Catholique de Louvain (B)
    Universität Konstanz (D)
    European University Institute (IT)
    University of St. Gallen (CH)
    The Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (IT)
    Université Nice Sophia Antipolis (F)
    University of Glasgow (UK)
    ISEG- School of Economics and Management (PT)
    Corvinus University Budapest (HUN)