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CURL is pleased to announce that at its meeting of 17.07.03, the Board elected Clare Jenkins to the post of Chair with immediate effect.
The Final Report is now available. We would very much like to hear your views on the study and the recommendations of the consultants. See Monograph inter-lending to access the Report and find out contact details for the consultation exercise.
The British Library's collections go online with a service that gives customers fast access to over a billion items - providing a one-stop shop for information. For customers this means that almost anything from the Library's huge collections - whether born digital, in print or in microform may be obtainable. See the
There are now 9 CURL Members who are also members of SPARC Europe: Aberdeen, Bristol, Cambridge, Glasgow, Leeds, Nottingham, Oxford, Sheffield and Warwick. See SPARC Europe for more information.
MIMAS has recently received confirmation that the Archives Hub service will be funded for a further three years by the JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee).
The Board of HEFCE has endorsed in principle both the recommendations of the RSLG and the proposal to establish a Research Libraries Network. See the full text of the announcement by HEFCE at:
The Board of the Consortium of University Research Libraries (CURL) has considered the Final Report of the Research Support Libraries Group (RSLG).
The Legal Deposit Libraries Bill, support for which was also expressed by CURL, passed its second reading in the House of Commons on 14 March. The British Library, which, along with the other legal deposit libraries, has been working for an extension to the original 1911 legislation so as to have non-print items included, has posted a progress note on its website.