Research information literacy and digital scholarship good practice shortlist announced. A report published today highlights good practice examples designed to enhance the information literacy skills and know-how of postgraduate students and early career researchers in[...]
SCONUl has published the report of the WATER (Walk-in Access To E-Resources) project. The report provides advice on the case for visitor access to e-resources; guidance for the implementation of visitor access and case[...]
Three senior appointments have been made by Jisc as part of the process of reshaping the organisation. • Executive director Jisc customer experience: Robert Haymon-Collins • Executive director Jisc technology and divisional CEO Janet:[...]
SCONUL Shared Services Symposium has produced a summary of regional shared services. On 22 April 2013, SCONUL hosted a Shared Services Symposium that brought together library consortia operating at a regional or national level[...]
We are pleased to announce that applications are now invited for the 2013 awards. There are many awards for buildings made by the architecture and building services organisations. The SCONUL award is distinctive in[...]
SCONUL seminar on KUALI open library system (OLE) highlights growing interest in open source library systems. SCONUL held a seminar yesterday on the KUALI open library system (OLE), an open source library management system being[...]
An update for SCONUL members is now available.[...]
The library is not just a repository, or a service like any other, or a place for study: it is all these things. It can also be a partner in research and in teaching, and[...]
SCONUL has written a letter to the Times Higher Education in response to an article "Working on borrowed time?"
RLUK and SCONUL very much welcome the commitment of the UK government to ensure that publicly funded scientific research is made available for anyone to read for free. We agree with Science Minister David Willetts that "Removing paywalls that surround taxpayer funded research will have real economic and social benefits."