The first meeting is being held 2-4pm on Tuesday 9th February and is open to all BAME staff working at SCONUL member institutions..
Revised guidance for English universities following the 4th January announcement of a further lockdown.
SCONUL is establishing an Open Forum for BAME staff working with SCONUL member libraries
Opportunities for staff at SCONUL member institutions to join their peers in helping shape the future of our sector.
We are delighted to announce that Robin Armstrong Viner has joined the SCONUL Board as a co-opted member. Robin brings to the Board wide-ranging expertise and will have a focus on the experience and interests[...]
SCONUL Access Scheme is suspended as a result of the current pandemic.
We are delighted to announce that Susan Ashworth has been elected to the role of Chair of the SCONUL Executive Board
Public Health England has confirmed that its current recommendations remain in place
SCONUL, RLUK and Jisc have come together to make it clear to publishers that if they don't respond positively to the current financial pressures facing member institutions then cancellations of big deals will inevitably result. [...]
Congratulations to the four SCONUL institutions with 93% or more of their students agreeing that their "library resources (e.g. books, online services and learning spaces) have supported my learning well". These are: Leeds Arts University[...]