Organisation

Council of Australian University Librarians

Acronym
CAUL
Description

CAUL is the peak leadership organisation for university libraries in Australia. Members are the lead library executive of the institutions that have representation on Universities Australia. Society is transformed through the power of research, teaching and learning.  University libraries are essential knowledge and information infrastructures that enable student achievement and research excellence.

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Report

10 Apr 2019
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The report details the important role that university libraries play in national and international development. Australian libraries support the Sustainable Development Goals in many ways including promoting literacy, enabling access to information, communicating research, and preserving access to heritage and culture.

Submission

8 Feb 2019
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This is a joint response prepared by the Australasian Open Access Strategy Group, the peak leadership organisation for 39 university librarians in Australia. Broadly we support the intent of Plan S, however in summary we believe that the implementation guidelines need particular attention.

Other text

29 Nov 2018
58

CAUL and the AOASG have released this joint statement about the importance of Open Scholarship. The statement responds to recommendations in the Australian Government Funding Arrangements for non-NHMRC Research report recently released by the Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training.

Report

8 Jan 2018
11

This report presents the results of CAUL's 2017 research publication repositories (RPR) survey.

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