LIBER 2022 Group Seminar: A new vision for EU Libraries Architecture


The role of institutional library buildings architecture as a key support for teaching and research and libraries spatial development trends will be among the topics discussed at the occasion of the 20th edition of the LIBER Architecture Group (LAG) seminar taking place from 27-29 April 2022 on Belval Campus.

Organised by the Luxembourg Learning Centre (LLC) of the University of Luxembourg, the seminar’s programme, under the flagship theme -designing for Learning and Scholarship: a challenge for librarians, architects and all-, will feature workshops and presentations by international speakers, librarians and architects.

LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche - Association of European Research Libraries) is the voice of Europe’s research library community. Approximately 420 national, university and other libraries are part of LIBER and its wider network including goal-oriented partnerships with other organisations in Europe and beyond.

The LIBER Architecture Group

The LIBER Architecture Group (LAG), headed by Marie-Pierre Pausch, Director of the University of Luxembourg’s Learning Centre (LLC), furthers the exchange of experience between librarians and architects throughout Europe through seminars and via a digital database of Library Buildings in Europe documenting new buildings, renovations, refurbishments and extensions.

The Luxembourg Learning Centre, spearheading learning and teaching resources

The Luxembourg Learning Centre (LLC) of the University of Luxembourg is an extensive documentation infrastructure providing a large, innovative facility with interactive tools, including an extensive library and spacious lecture halls for courses, workshops and seminars. Located on the Belval Campus, the Luxembourg Learning Centre is since December 2021 open all weekdays, including Sundays.

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