CAUL Advisory Committees

CAUL Learning & Teaching Advisory Committee

Welcome to the Council of Australian Librarians (CAUL) Learning & Teaching Advisory Committee.

CAUL’s mission is to  support CAUL members in the achievement of their objectives, especially the provision of access to, and training in the use of, scholarly information, leadership in the management of information and contribution to the university experience.

A key goal is to facilitate the members’ role in supporting and maximising learning and teaching outcomes and  contributing positively to the student experience.

Rationale

University libraries make a major contribution to learning and teaching through the provision of facilities, services, resources and skills development programs, both physical and virtual.

Physical facilities have undergone major transformations in response to changes in pedagogy and technology and online, location-independent services have emerged as a significant alternative method of service and resource provision.

Developments in flexible learning are forging stronger collaboration between libraries, teaching & learning units, IT departments and faculties.

Website: CAUL Learning & Teaching Advisory Committee

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