Following elections to the Board and the regular retirement of Board members, there are a number of opportunities for SCONUL members to take a lead within the community by getting involved in our groups. Please[...]
We are delighted to announce that the following have been elected to the roles of Chair, Vice-chair and Treasurer of the SCONUL Board at the AGM in June 2018: Chair: [...]
SCONUL has provided additional analysis alongside its 2016-2017 Annual Statistical Return entitled 'The continuing evolution of UK academic libraries' (2018): This report investigates the ongoing changes taking place in UK academic libraries and the[...]
SCONUL has provided a response to the Wellcome Trust's review of its open access policy. We argue that there should be significant limitations on the funding provided for publication in hybrid journals, and that a[...]
We are delighted to let you know that the SCONUL Mentoring Scheme is up and running. Mentees have been matched with mentors from across the HE library sector and they are developing beneficial partnerships that[...]
SCONUL is seeking a consultant to carry out research into the experiences of BAME staff. The research will look at the experience of BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) staff working in academic libraries[...]
SCONUL is delighted to announce that the Mentor scheme is open.
SCONUL is seeking expressions of interest from colleagues who would be like to be part of the judging panel for the Library Design Awards. There are five places available on the panel and we are[...]
The production of statistics on library activities is a core SCONUL service. It provides a detailed picture of library activity across the UK and Ireland and allows members to benchmark their service against that of[...]
Following recent feedback from the academic library community Taylor and Francis have abandoned their ‘moving wall’ archive.