As part of our ongoing commitment to increasing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in the sector, we have partnered with AdvanceHE to bring members subsidised development workshops on ‘Leading Change on Race Equality’. The two[...]
A report on the Carnegie UK, Wellcome and Wolfson Foundation ‘Engaging Libraries Phase 2’ programme has now been released. The programme, which ran from November 2019 – November 2021, supported public libraries collaboration with higher[...]
A free face-to-face event for BAME colleagues and students.
SCONUL is working with partners across the library community to support Ukrainian academics, researchers, students and staff both in Ukraine and displaced. RLUK, Jisc, The British Library, CILIP, SCONUL, the Archives and Records Association[...]
We the undersigned, representing the UK community of librarians, archivists and information professionals, wish to extend our solidarity and support for our professional colleagues in Ukraine during the current military action by Russia. We[...]
SCONUL is seeking an IT support provider to take care of and provide direct support for our internal IT systems.
We are delighted to welcome the University of Cambridge to the SCONUL Access Scheme. SCONUL Access undergraduates will be able to access an incredible wealth of resources that range from a 4,200-year-old Sumerian clay tablet[...]
SCONUL, RLUK, Jisc and our partner organisations have written to publishers Pearson, asking them to take urgent and immediate action to reconsider and reverse their recently - announced price increases to e-textbook titles. [...]
Members of our Health & Social Care Knowledge have endorsed the calls to action in the SCONUL Statement on Access to e-books and e-textbooks issued by SCONUL, CILIP and other key groups, especially the calls[...]
SCONUL is looking for a consultant to help us develop a regular survey on library technology and markets. We have published the brief for this work here and are seeking responses by 10 January 2022.[...]