In 2019, Insights will be exploring the future of scholarly communication. We are interested in how new infrastructure and technology will change the scholarly communication landscape and better enable direct connections between research funders, institutions and researchers.
UKSG has announced that following an internal staffing restructure, Alison Whitehorn, UKSG Business Manager, has left the organisation. Alison has worked for UKSG since January 1999, and she has made a major contribution to the success of the organisation over that period.
UKSG exists to connect the knowledge community and encourage the exchange of ideas on scholarly communication. It is the only organisation spanning the wide range of interests and activities across the scholarly information community of librarians, publishers, intermediaries and technology vendors.
Education and Events
UKSG offers a wide range of events focusing on the challenges and issues relating to members and the wider knowledge community. Events and training are offered at different levels and form a varied and affordable programme of seminars, webinars, courses and workshops.Learn more
UKSG's objectives include disseminating news, information and publications to enhance knowledge of the scholarly information sector. To this end, UKSG publishes Insights: the UKSG journal and UKSG eNews, the members’ newsletter.
Members and Community
UKSG aims to put members at the centre of its activities and respond to their needs and challenges.
Research and Innovation
UKSG has often been at the heart of collaborative research initiatives which have developed solutions to industry-wide issues and promoted standards for best practice.