SCONUL currently has an exciting opportunity for a consultant to help drive our benchmarking statistics review forward. You will consult with our diverse membership about their current and potential future uses of the statistics and[...]
SCONUL is disappointed by IFLA’s decision to hold the World Library and Information Congress (WLIC) 2024 in Dubai and concerned about the implications for the wellbeing of LGBTQ+ colleagues. There are 64 countries[...]
SCONUL has published its strategy for 2023-26 which sets out our plans for the next three years. You can read the strategy here: https://www.sconul.ac.uk/page/sconul-strategy-2023-26[...]
SCONUL and RLUK welcomed today’s announcement of an agreement with Springer Nature1 as the best outcome that could reasonably have been achieved but are calling on academic colleagues to work with the library community to[...]
We are delighted to announce that SCONUL’s new Deputy Director will be Lisa McLaren who many of you will already know. She brings a wealth of knowledge and skills to the SCONUL team, having had[...]
SCONUL signs statement calling on suppliers to reduce prices in cost of living crisis.
The development of rights retentions policies is a growing area of interest for SCONUL members and we have made a set of resources available on our website. These include the recording of the community webinar[...]
SCONUL is recruiting a Deputy Director to work with the Board and Executive Director across all areas of our work. This is an exciting role that will allow the successful candidate to help shape the[...]
Alongside RLUK and Libraries Connected, CILIP, SCURL and WHELF, SCONUL is supporting a project to scope the creation of a cross-sector Emerging Leaders’ programme for colleagues from ethnically diverse communities from across the library sector.[...]
SCONUL is seeking volunteers to lead the development and delivery of its next BAME staff and allies Forum.