9. strokovno srečanje slovenskih nabavnih konzorcijev mednarodne znanstvene literature
Pogled na odprto znanost
Focus on Open Science
KNJIŽNICE KOT DEL ODPRTE IZOBRAŽEVALNE IN RAZISKOVALNE INFRASTRUKTURE
Enodnevno strokovno srečanje bo 8. novembra 2019 v Ljubljani.
KNJIŽNICE KOT DEL ODPRTE IZOBRAŽEVALNE IN RAZISKOVALNE INFRASTRUKTURE
Znanje je neprecenljiva vrednota, ki je podlaga za trajnostni in demokratični razvoj družbe. Pri tem je izjemnega pomena, da skupnost, v kateri živimo, formalno podpira sistem, ki omogoča dostop do znanja najširšemu krogu ljudi. Izjemnega pomena je torej podpora javni odprti izobraževalni in raziskovalni infrastrukturi.
Pri pridobivanju in razširjanju znanja so knjižnice vseskozi bile ključni deležnik. Z razvojem informacijskih in komunikacijskih orodij ter z razvojem odprte znanosti se je pomen knjižnic pri zagotavljanju odprtih izobraževalnih in raziskovalnih infrastruktur še povečal. Odgovornost knjižničarjev je, da s svojim strokovnim delom učinkovito zagotavljajo te platforme.
Strokovni posvet bo obravnaval dve pomembni tematiki:
- Nujne spremembe temeljnih konceptov našega delovanja: od tekmovanja proti sodelovanju
- Odprte izobraževalne in raziskovalne infrastrukture in knjižnice
V prvem delu boste spoznali pomen sodelovanja na vseh ravneh v izobraževalnem in raziskovalnem procesu. Prav odprta znanost podpira tovrstne koncepte, saj uvaja številne nove, do sedaj manj znane paradigme kot so na primer sodobnejša načela ocenjevanja znanstvenega dela, odprt dostop do raziskovalnih podatkov, znanost za državljane (Citizen Science) in druge. Sodelovanje pri izobraževalnem in raziskovalnem delu ter pri zagotavljanju odprtih javnih infrastruktur zagotavlja, da bo skupnost lahko izkoristila vse svoje potenciale za razvoj.
V drugem delu bomo razpravljali o vlogi knjižnic pri zagotavljanju infrastruktur za delovanje zgoraj omenjenih temeljnih konceptov odprte znanosti. Spoznali boste pomen odprtih javnih raziskovalnih infrastruktur v luči Načrta S, organizacijo, poslovne modele in pomen univerzitetnih založb pri tem, vlogo knjižnic pri zagotavljanju dostopa do raziskovalnih podatkov, temeljne principe vzpostavitve, delovanja ter možnosti sodelovanja v projektu European Open Science Cloud – EOSC.
Strokovnega srečanja se bodo udeležili trije ključni deležniki:
- predstavniki Vlade Republike Slovenije,
- strokovnjaki - predstavniki knjižnic, konzorcijev in drugih strokovnih organizacij,
Zakaj se udeležiti strokovnega srečanja?
- imeli boste priložnost spoznati, kako se z naštetimi problemi spopadajo v tujini, s kakšnimi izzivi se srečujejo in kakšne so njihove rešitve;
- svoje ideje, izkušnje ter pričakovanja boste lahko delili z izkušenimi predavatelji iz Slovenije in iz tujine ter z drugimi udeleženci srečanja;
- srečanje bo tudi mesto za seznanitev s pogledi in razmišljanji založnikov na tem področju.
- Dr. Paul Ayris, University College London
- Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, National Library of Finland
- Dr. Paolo Budroni, Vienna University Library
- Dr. Ignasi Labastida i Juan, University of Barcelona
- Dr. Aleksandar Jerkov, Dr. Adam Sofronijević, Nikola Smolenski, University Library “Svetozar Marković”, University of Belgrade
- Dr. Jonatan Vinkler, University of Primorska
- Dr. Tiberius Ignat, Scientific Knowledge Services
- Miro Pušnik, M.Sc. Central technological Library at the University of Ljubljana
- Dunja Legat, M.Sc. University of Maribor Library, EOSC Slovenija
- Josef Ilek, David Horky, Clarivate Analytics
Datum in čas:
petek 8. november/ 9:00
Zbornična dvorana Univerze v Ljubljani
Kongresni trg 12 (vhod z Vegove ulice)
8:00 – 9:00
9:00 – 10:00
Svečanost ob 70-letnici CTK
10:00 - 10:30
Odmor /Coffe break
10:30 – 10:50
Education as a pillar of Open Science
10:50 – 11:20
International Collaboration Boosting Open Science
11:20 – 11:40
Seachange in Research: Collaboration next to competition
11:40 – 12:10
Towards the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC): reflections on a local basis for domestic infrastructures
12:10 – 12:40
Paving the way for adopting FAIR Data in a university
12:40 – 13:10
Odmor za pogostitev
13:10 – 13:25
Open Access and its impact based on bibliographic data
13:25 - 13:40
13:40 – 13:55
Supporting Open Education by Providing Usable Materials in Open Access: University library Belgrade Keyword Searchable Digital Library
13:55 - 14:15
14:15 – 14:35
Strategic planning in libraries in the digital age
14:35 – 15:00
University of Primorska Press: Supporting Open Science and Open Education
15:00 – 15:50
15:50 - 16:00
Predavatelji (opisi v angleščini)
Dr. Paul Ayris, University College London, UK
Dr Ayris is Pro-Vice- Provost (UCL Library Services). He joined UCL in 1997.
Dr Ayris was the President of LIBER (Association of European Research Libraries) 2010-14 and Advisor to the LIBER Board until 2018. He is Co-Chair of the LERU (League of European Research Universities) INFO Community. He chairs the OAI Organizing Committee for the Cern-Unige Workshops on Innovations in Scholarly Communication. He is also the Chair of JISC Collections’ Content Strategy Group. On 1 August 2013, Dr Ayris became Chief Executive of UCL Press. He is a member of the Provost and President’s Senior Management Team in UCL.
He has a Ph.D. in Ecclesiastical History and publishes on English Reformation Studies.
Education as a pillar of Open Science (izvleček v angleščini)
Education does not feature as one of the 8 pillars of Open Science, as defined by the European Commission, and this is a problem when considering the full range of activities which Open Science should embrace. There are also challenges in the UK in introducing the ‘Open’ concept to educational materials as these, unlike research outputs, do not fall under the Open Access requirements of the REF (Research Excellence Framework) or the TEF (Teaching Excellence Framework). UCL (University College London) has embraced the concept of research-based education and ‘Open’ approaches are helping to support this agenda. This paper will look at an initial UCL Scoping Study for Open Education (2016) and the current version of the UCL Open Education Roadmap (2017). The second part of the paper will look at the work of UCL Press, the UK’s first fully Open Access University Press, in delivering Open Educational outputs. It will start with the traditional textbook approach and then look at the development of the Press’s own textbook platform based on the BOOC (Books as Open Online Content). The paper will conclude by summarizing the challenges and benefits of Open Educational Resources as part of the Open Science agenda.
Dr. Paolo Budroni, Vienna University Library
Member of staff of University Library of Technical University of Vienna, in charge of International Projects and Change Management. Member of the EOSC Secretariat, Sub Task Researchers Engagement, based at TU-Wien. Counselling Partner of University of Vienna, H2020 Project EOSC Pillar.
He holds a PhD in Philosophy, Art History, and Romance Philology and has worked in the field of knowledge management and research information systems for the last 26 years.
In 1988, he completed his education degree in Foreign Trade at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). He also holds a postgraduate degree in European Integration for Public Administration, received at the Austrian Federal European Academy in 1996.
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Dr Paolo Budroni was staff member of the University of Vienna from 1991 until September 2019. From 2005 until 2019 he was based at Vienna University Libray, heading in the long run the Phaidra Dpt. and the E-Infrastructures Liaison office.
While on sabbatical (2001-2005), Paolo Budroni worked as Strategic Alliances Manager at a German BI Company, further as professor for marketing courses at the graduate level at the Università degli Studi di Perugia (Scienze della Comunicazione), and as Marketing Manager and, later, as Strategic Business Development Manager for a German telecommunications firm.
Among his areas of expertise are research data management, the architecture of digital asset management systems, current research information systems and cost development in life cycle management of data. He is also advising research institutions in Europe in data management policy development and alignment.
Paolo Budroni is Austrian National Delegate in the E-Infrastructure Reflection Group (E-IRG) , member of board of the Austrian RDA National Node , chair of the General Assembly of E-Infrastructures Austria, member of board of Open Education Austria (advanced library services) , registered TAIEX Expert, coordinator of the Austrian Open Science Support Group (AOSSG). He represents the TU Wien at COAR (Confederation of Open Access Repositories).
On behalf of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Paolo Budroni has participated in February 2018 to the Launch of the Ethiopian National data Centre (NADRE) and has further organized and led the “Training seminar for research data stewardship and e-infrastructures for Ethiopian Stakeholders at Gondar University” in August 2018.
He was involved in the organization of ICRI 2018, Vienna, September 2018. Currently he is involved in the coordination and co-organisation with the European Commission and the Austrian Presidency of the Council of events like the officlal “Launch of the EOSC” (November 23rd - https://eosc-launch.eu/home/) and the Presidency event “EOSC – Austria takes initiative” (2018, October 30th https://eosc18-ati.univie.ac.at.
Towards the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC): reflections on a local basis for domestic infrastructures (izvleček v angleščini)
In November 2018, the European Commission launched the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) at the University of Vienna. The EOSC envisions establishing a European data infrastructure, integrating high-capacity cloud solutions, eventually widening the scope of these services to include the public sector and industry.
The EOSC is not a new dedicated infrastructure or software package: it is a process of making research data in Europe accessible to all researchers under the same conditions of use and usage; it gives a strong push in Europe towards a culture of open research data that are findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR); it fosters networking within the existing European data infrastructures, integrating high-capacity cloud solutions, and in due course, widening the scope of these services to include users from the public sector and industry.
But, what does it mean at a domestic level, and how does it fit with the now launched EOSC?
How can relevant relevant communities engage with the EOSC?
How can EOSC Stakeholders contribute to the structuring of the co-creation processes?
How can the addressed communities help to prepare the transition to a new "Stakeholder-based governance”?
Understanding the EOSC structure is a first step in recognizing the opportunities offered by the newly launched EOSC. This presentation offers some reflections for a better understanding of the realization of the EOSC at the present stage, including the activities of the newly established EOSC Secretariat and the so called “5b-EOSC Supporting Projects” (with special focus on EOSC Pillar).
The European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) fosters open science and the digital transformation of science by providing a trusted and open virtual environment for the scientific community with seamless access to services addressing the whole research data life cycle. Focus is on user-orientation and inclusiveness across borders and disciplines, whilst the governance should be characterised by a minimal set of rules of participation.
Addressed main topics:
Open science and the digital transformation of science - Development of sustainable collaborative digital ecosystems - trusted and open virtual environment for the scientific communities - Digital Single Market - Data Culture - Research Data Services - Architecture and Funding - Governance models - Pan European initiatives, infrastructures and bodies – co-creation processes
Dunja Legat MSc, University of Maribor Library
Dunja Legat works as assistant director in the University of Maribor Library, Slovenia.
In 2008, she achieved the master's degree at the Department of Library and Information Science and Book Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana with the topic entitled Evaluation of the Bibliographies of Researchers in the Slovenian Union Catalogue. She was also active in the field of quality in higher education as a longtime Chair of the Library Commission for the Quality.
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Her primary professional interests are scientific journals, digital library and open access. She is very active on developing the institutional repository of University of Maribor called DKUM. She was a member of a task group appointed by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport to prepare the document "Open Access in Slovenia 2015-2020: Principles and Regulation Regarding the Open Access for Scientific Publications and Research Data in Slovenia". She was also the member of LIBER Working Group on Research and Education.
In the past years she was a member of the project team for the setup of a modern university press in Maribor. Now she is leading the University of Maribor Press.
Slovenian initiative for National Open Science Cloud: project NI4OS and national activities (izvleček v angleščini)
University of Maribor Library and Arnes are national representatives in the H2020 project National Intiatives for Open Science in Europe (NI4OS-Europe), the INFRAEOSC project supporting the development and inclusion of the national Open Science Clouds Initiatives in 15 member states and associated countries in the overall scheme of EOSC governance. The expected project results and national activities for establishing the Slovenian OSC will be presented.
Dr. Ignasi Labastida i Juan, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Dr. Ignasi Labastida is the Head of the Office of the Dissemination of Knowledge at the Universitat de Barcelona where he is also leading the Research Unit at the CRAI (Learning and Research Resource Center). He is the chair of the SPARC Europe Board and a member of the Steering Committee of the Information & Open Access Policy Group at the LERU. He is also a member of the Open Science Working Groups at CRUE (Spanish National Rectors' Conference) and at FECYT (Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology).
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Paving the way for adopting FAIR Data in a university (izvleček v angleščini)
Researchers are being aware of the need to share their research data but there is still a lot of misinformation about how to do it. Universities should provide information, training, infrastructure and services to make it possible. It is not just a question of posting some spreadsheets in a repository it goes far beyond. The FAIR principles set some criteria that can be followed by researchers and institutions to reach the ultimate goal: to have research data publicly available to be reused by others to reproduce results and to build upon them.
Dr. Tiberius Ignat, Scientific Knowledge Services
Tiberius Ignat is the Director of Scientific Knowledge Services, a company which specialises in helping the European libraries to embrace new technologies and ways of working. He runs in partnership with UCL Press and LIBER Europe a successful series of workshops - Focus On Open Science, now in its fourth year. After being a long-time individual member of LIBER, he became an LIBER Associate through his company. Tiberius is a member of European Citizen Science Association and Citizen Science Association (US) and a member of the Scientific Committee for OAI11, the CERN - UNIGE Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication.
Tiberius Ignat has a personal interest in Open Science, particularly Citizen Science and the management of this cultural change.
He has a PhD in Library and Information Science from the University of Bucharest.
Seachange in Research: Collaboration next to competition (izvleček v angleščini)
Today, science is performed in a highly competitive frame. Researchers and organisations compete for promoting their scientific assumptions, for winning funds, to be the first that discovered something or anything, to get the best publication space which makes their conclusions brighter. In this landscape, researchers compete to publish more, compete for attention, compete to win comparative assessments. There is an important observation we should mark here: competition is about winning a race of which rules are set by others.
Every time we compete, our success is measured on someone else’s definition of it.
Competition is one important element of human progress but is not the only one and it usually works better when it’s related to other elements, like collaboration.
In Locked Science, researchers and organisations compete for promoting their scientific assumptions, for winning funds, to find first, communicate first. It's a careers gold-rush! Scientists compete to publish more, for attention, for visibility and keep comparing with our colleagues. COMPETITION IS ABOUT WINNING.
Open Science is paying a great respect to competition, but it brings another element in this framework that is expected to unlock further resources and to bring a balance. This element is collaboration and it should be seen equal to competition. Adding Collaboration means: more resources, shared infrastructure for efficient use, collective intelligence, to reach groups of micro-expertise, to save time, save resources, communicate efficiently and share.
COLLABORATION IS ABOUT GAINING.
Miro Pušnik, Central Technological Library at the University of Ljubljana
Miro Pušnik became Director of the Central Technological Library at the University of Ljubljana in 2009. He holds BA in Zootechnics and MSc on Scientific and Technical Informatics from the University of Ljubljana. Before his current position, he was Director’s Adviser on digital libraries and electronic resources. He led a project on setting up and operating the Digital Library of the University of Ljubljana. CTK is the central institution for consortia management and e-content acquisition in Slovenia. Their consortia are the largest in Slovenia, and probably one of the largest also in the region. Miro is also president of the National Council for Libraries of the Republic of Slovenia.
Strategic planning in libraries in the digital age (izvleček v angleščini)
Knowledge is a priceless value that underpins a sustainable and democratic development of a society. It is of the utmost importance that the community in which we live, is formally supported by a system that provides access to knowledge to the widest circle of people. In this way, the community can employ its full potential for its development. The development of academic libraries is based on a dynamic social development and the development of information and communication technologies. In the long-term planning of higher education libraries, planners are in a severe dilemma. In what direction will social development evolve? How will new technologies grow?
Open science holds a central position in long-term plans for the development of academic libraries. On one hand, open science is a challenge for libraries, as it requires new qualifications, knowledge and skills as well as other organizational concepts. On the other hand, different open science modules effectively promote educational and research processes of high quality in formal and many times also in informal forms, such as connecting different user communities in Citizen Science projects.
In a modern academic library, it is users who should define content frameworks for operation, and the library should be an open platform for pursuing these interests of different user communities. The Central Technical Library at the University of Ljubljana therefore invited users to actively create a new strategic plan - not to comment on the prepared draft, but to actually tell us what interests they would like to pursue in the library in the future.
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen, National Library of Finland
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen is the director of Library Network Services at the National Library of Finland (NLF). She is a director who leads the development of national infrastructure services for HE institutions, public libraries, archives, museums, and other public sector institutions.
She has extensive national and international networks related to Open Science (Open Access, research data management, research infrastructures, skills development, libraries, consortia); open innovation and open discovery.
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The Library Network Services provides national infrastructure services for libraries (universities’ and universities of applied sciences’ libraries, special libraries as well as public libraries), archives, museums and for the public sector as a whole. The services can be divided into two main categories:1) services that improve access to information and 2) metadata and bibliographic services. The services that improve access to information are: national licensing (FinELib), national institutional repository services and national discovery and PaaS service, Finna (finna.fi). Metadata services include development of metadata standards and guidelines as well as national ontologies (finto.fi), development and streamlining of metadata production in collaboration with HE institutions and libraries as well as commercial organisations. The National Ontology Service Finto (finto.fi) is an infrastructure service which is used widely in Finland. It is also a building block for Artificial Intelligence services.
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen is the director of two research infrastructures of the Finnish Research Infrastructure Roadmap (2014–2020), namely FinELib and Finna.
She is the former President and current special adviser of LIBER, the Association of European Research Libraries. Fostering Open Science is a priority of LIBER, which represents ca. 440 research libraries across 40 countries in Europe. LIBER has been actively fostering Open Science especially in the fields of Open Access, Research Data Management, FAIR Data, Digital Humanities, as well as leadership and skills development. Advocacy related to the copyright reform, raising awareness, building strategic partnerships and being active in EU projects related to Open Science are also among the duties of LIBER.
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen is a member of the Open Science Policy Platform of the European Commission. She is the only person representing libraries in the expert group. The mandate of the OSPP is to advice the Commission on Open Science policy; to practically implement the European Open Science Policy Agenda; improve the quality and impact of European scientific research across member states and internationally; to identify related stakeholder groups. The OSPP consists of 25 high-level representatives of European Open Science stakeholders. The OSPP has published recommendations in 2018 that cover the eight priorities of the Commission.
She has been a member of steering committees of the Open Science and Research Initiative as well as the National Digital Library in Finland. The Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture coordinated the Open Science and Research Initiative (ATT) for the term 2014–2017. The objective was for Finland to become one of the leading countries in Open Science and Research and to ensure the possibilities of Open Science are widely utilised in our society. The National Digital Library of Finland developed the availability and usability of digital cultural heritage; preservation of digital cultural heritage; digitisation of cultural heritage and collaboration between libraries, archives, and museums. The National Library of Finland is responsible for the development of the National Discovery Service Finna (finna.fi). Based on external evaluation, Finna has been the most successful of the NDL services.
Kristiina Hormia-Poutanen is also a member of the Digital Heritage Expert Group and she has been a member of the Europeana board and the Europeana executive committee during 2010–2015. The mandate of the Digital Heritage Expert Group is to assist the Commission in relation to the implementation of existing EU legislation, programmes, and policies; to coordinate with the member states, exchange of views; give guidance on Europeana, in particular the general objectives, priorities for actions, and the envisaged level of funding to be proposed for the Europeana core service platform and generic services in the annual Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) work programmes.
She is a member of the Finnish Research Information Hub - a new window into Finnish research for the term 2017–2020.
International Collaboration Boosting Open Science (izvleček v angleščini)
Open Science is being implemented in many countries in Europe. Research is global and also the development of policies, infrastructures, sharing of best practices etc. must happen in international collaboration. Various platforms and organisations -Open Science Policy Platform, Liber, LERU, OA2020 initiative and licensing consortia to mention a few- support the transition towards Open Science. Finland aims to be a leading country in Open Science. The development of the basic building blocks was started already in 2010 in a national initiative. In 2018 the responsibility of national coordination of Open Science was given to the Federation of Learned Societies in accordance with the recommendations of the Open Science Policy Platform.The presentation will discuss European and national level policies and give some practical examples of implementing Plan S principles.
Dr. Adam Sofronijevic, University of Belgrade
Adam Sofronijevic (1973) holds a PhD in library and information science from University of Belgrade, a MSc in management and a MSc in library and information science and a BSc in information and communization technologies. Adam is certified with CISCO CCNA industrial certificate and over 40 Coursera, Udacity and MITx online certificates in fields of computing, management and humanities. His PhD thesis is entitled ''New paradigm of library collaboration'' and is built around the first European wide research into implementation of Enterprise 2.0 in libraries. He has ten years of managerial experience as a department head and a deputy director of University library Belgrade and rich experience as a board member of University library Belgrade, ''Milutin Bojic'' library in Belgrade and DART Europe. Adam was the driving force behind participation of University library Belgrade in two EU CIP ICT-PSP projects and is currently heading the participation of the library in Horizon 2020 READ project.
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He was also responsible for implementation of 10 projects granted by Serbian Ministry of culture. Adam has published internationally over 60 peer reviewed articles and book chapters and has been presenting at more than 30 international scientific conferences in 12 European countries. He is a member of LIBER annual conference program committee since 2012. Adam is locally well known lecturer and speaker with more than 70 presentations held for librarians in Serbia and many lectures given for PhD and master students at University of Belgrade. He has rich experience in media communications and public relations being an organizer of more than 50 special events hosted by University library Belgrade some of which included participation of dignitaries such as the President of Republic of Serbia and ministers in Government of Republic of Serbia.
Supporting Open Education by Providing Usable Materials in Open Access: University library Belgrade Keyword Searchable Digital Library (izvleček v angleščini)
University library Belgrade has developed a system for digitizing, long term preservation and effective presentation of keyword searchable digital materials in METS-ALTO format. This system provides the backbone for emerging national infrastructure that supports creation and use of machine readable METS-ALTO files. The talk will present a review of the basics of the system along with analysis of its technical and organizational advantages and disadvantages, plans for development and some user statistics.
Dr. Jonatan Vinkler
Dr. Jonatan Vinkler is an editor-in-chief of University of Primorska Press.
As an associate professor, he teaches at the Department of Slovene Studies at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Primorska.
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Jonatan Vinkler completed his studies of Slovene language and literature and comparative Slavic linguistics at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana, where he received the Student Prešeren Prize for his work on the Slovene nationalist Paul Josef Šafarik. In 2001 he received his Ph.D. from the Faculty of Philosophy at Karlova [Charles] University in Prague, for his doctoral thesis entitled Pavel Josef Šafařík, Slavic Ethnography and Slovenian Culture. In 2005, he was promoted to Doctor of Science in the field of literary sciences by the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana, for his dissertation entitled Czech-Slovenian and Slovene-Czech Literary Contacts in the 19th Century. In addition to his research work, he is an established editor and publisher, including for Nova revija (2000-2010), the Association of Slovene Composers, Educa, Rokus, the Pedagogical Institute in Ljubljana, and the University of Primorska Press. He is editor-in-chief of the Collected Works of Primož Trubar.
Vinkler's research explores the cultural, literary and intellectual history of Central Europe from the 16th to the 19th century, especially the area of Slovene-Czech literary contacts. In 2009, with infrastructure support from the Pedagogical Institute in Ljubljana, he developed the original platform for digital publishing of Slovene social sciences and humanities literature: Digital Library. He is also the author of this year's exhibition at the National and University Library in Ljubljana, titled "The Word of God remains forever". As an associate professor, he teaches at the Department of Slovene Studies at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Primorska.
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