Content Strategy Group

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The Content Strategy Group leads on SCONUL's campaign on the cost of content. Its work will help shape the future of publisher deals on the cost of journals and the development of the market for e-books, and in license conditions. The Group will position the cost of content as a challenge for institutions and governments, as well as for libraries, and inform and educate senior institutional leaders about the cost of content, and to enlist them in activities which will have a positive impact on the scholarly communications market.

Members of the Group are:
Libby Homer, Anglia Ruskin University (Chair)
Liz Jolly, The British Library (Vice-Chair)
Bethan Adams, University of Hertfordshire
Chris Banks, Imperial College London
Kirsten Black, University of Sunderland
Jane Harvell, University of Sussex
Nick Lewis, University of East Anglia
Julie Neenan, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Richard Parsons, University of Dundee
Ann Rossiter, SCONUL
Philip Vaughan, Coventry University

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