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Toolkit for library collaboration

The Sconul Collaboration Strategy Group have developed a toolkit for library collaboration “to aid the selection and development of efficient and effective shared services within and beyond the HE library sector”.  The toolkit has been authored by Richard Parsons, University

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SCONUL ACCSG Copyright training day in Cardiff, 26th January 2015

Copyright Challenges: Understanding the recent legislative changes and how to use them effectively Earlier this year, the SCONUL ACCSG Copyright Sub-Group conducted a survey on copyright training needs.  As a result of the responses four courses have been planned to

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WHELF survey of library access schemes

WHELF recently carried out a survey to audit library reciprocal access schemes in Wales. The survey was run as part of Strategic Aim 1 of the WHELF Action Plan: Student Experience to assess whether WHELF was meeting its objective to

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New – vacancies at SCONUL

The SCONUL Executive Board has approved a new structure for the SCONUL staff, and advertisements for two new posts are now available – a Head of Policy and Member Engagement and a part-time Events Assistant. The Society of College, National

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WHELF representation – SCONUL Executive Board

Congratulations to Sue Hodges, University Librarian at Bangor and Chair of the WHELF Business Group. Sue has accepted co-option to SCONUL’s Executive Board.

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National knowledge service

A UK-wide digital library for British higher education is in reach, says Ann Rossiter (SCONUL), if we can sort the licensing out. The UK’s status as a world leader in research depends on its institutions having the best possible access

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SCONUL announces appointment of Ann Rossiter as new Executive Director

The Society of College, National and University Libraries (SCONUL) is delighted to announce the appointment of Ann Rossiter as Executive Director from 13 September. Ann has considerable experience in policy development and public communications. Her most recent role was as

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SCONUL Top Concerns Survey 2010

With thanks to Chris West of Swansea University who organised it, SCONUL have announced the posting of the 2010 Top Concerns Survey on their website at http://www.sconul.ac.uk/members/topconcerns/report2010.pdf

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