SCONUL has published its new report “Mapping the future of academic lIbraries”.
SCONUL is advertising for a Deputy Executive Director, Services. We are seeking a motivated, enthusiastic individual to help us deliver a set of high quality, responsive and cost-effective services for our members, and identify opportunities for[...]
Congratulations to the six SCONUL institutions with over 92% of their students agreeing that their "library resources (e.g. books, online services and learning spaces) have supported my learning well". These are: Royal College of Music (96%)[...]
SCONUL has today published a series of practical support measures for leaders. These are designed to build leadership capacity across the sector, and to support library leaders in their own leadership development. We[...]
SCONUL is pleased to announce action learning sets for deputies. We are partnering with AUDE, BUFDG, UHR and UCISA (our equivalent for estates, finance, HR and IT professionals) to offer action learning sets for library[...]
SCONUL's annual report and accounts for 2016 are now available. These gives a useful overview of SCONUL's activity over the last year and sets out our progress in delivery on our strategy. https://www.sconul.ac.uk/sites/default/files/documents/Annual%20report%20and%20audited%20accounts%202016.pdf[...]
The following have elected to the SCONUL Board following last week’s AGM: Steve Rose, Deputy Director of Library and Learning Resources, Birmingham City University Pete Ryan, Director of Library and Learning Resources, Canterbury Christ[...]
Congratulations to joint top scorers in the library category of the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017.
Newly commisioned SCONUL research intended to challenge library leaders to reflect on their strategic impact and influence.
On 31 January, Universities UK published a report of the review group on UK higher education sector agencies.