Improving access by the staff and students of Australian universities to the information resources that are fundamental to the advancement of teaching, learning and research.
Membership of CAUL is open to the University Librarian or equivalent of institutions which have representation on Universities Australia. Membership may also be open to the Chief Librarians of other nationally significant libraries in higher education institutions which are not represented on Universities Australia.
The CAUL constitution was last amended in 2008.
CAUL is an unincorporated association, but conducts its financial operations as though it were incorporated, including the conduct of an annual financial audit.
The CAUL office was established in 1995 and is located in Canberra, Australia.
The CAUL strategic plan emphasises collaborative activities which will contribute to the achievement of key objectives including:
In 2003, CAUL signed a Memorandum of Understanding with CAUDIT and ACODE.
In 2003, CAUL approved a communication strategy and guidelines for CAUL staff, members and their representatives. In 2004, CAUL approved guidelines for the composition of committees and working groups, and guidelines for determining whether CAUL will take up membership of associated organisations.
A review of operations under regional cooperation was prepared by Chris Mulder and Ray Choate, and tabled at CAUL 1999/1 (1/3/99)
CAUL and its members are currently engaged in a range of major activities.
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This site is written, compiled and maintained by Diane Costello, Executive Officer, CAUL.