Quality & Assessment Wednesday, 5 October 2016

CAUL Principles & Guidelines for Australian Higher Education Libraries

This project began in 2015 under the auspices of CQAAC, the CAUL Quality & Assessment Advisory Committee, with a significant contribution from consultant Helen Darch. It was endorsed for publication and practice by CAUL members in September 2016. It is a living document which will be formally reviewed after the next 12 months of feedback on its use in university libraries.

This project documentation is members only. The P&G is linked opposite.

CAUL Principles and Guidelines for Library Services to Staff and Students at Remote Locations

Revised February 2012

See Offshore & Onshore International Students + Distance Education

Australian Go8 Libraries cost-benefit study

This cost-benefit study was prepared for the Go8 librarians by David J. Powell, Outsell Director & Senior Consultant in December 2009. The presentation to CAUL by Vic Elliott is available here. A copy of the full report is available from librarian@anu.edu.au

‘Why then we rack the value’: Building Value Frameworks for Academic Libraries - presentation by Vic Elliott (26/3/10)

The CAUL Performance Indicator database enables the comparison of outcomes across member organisations. To further encourage the sharing of good practice that led to these outcomes, the Best Practice Working Group is asking members to contribute case studies to briefly outline: improvements made in response to results, or good practices that have contributed towards achieving desired outcomes.

The CAUL Principles & Guidelines for Higher Education Libraries were published in October, 2016.