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Council for Learning Resources in Colleges


CoLRiC is an independent organisation working with library and learning resources centre managers in further education, sixth form colleges and the HE in FE sector to enhance and maintain excellence in their services.

Membership of CoLRiC is open to any further education or sixth form college in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.

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August 2015

PII survey 2015

The survey has now closed; many thanks to all who participated. The findings will be available to members early in the Autumn. Details

posted on 9th Aug 2015  

Long-standing EC member retires

At the CoLRIC Executive Committee's annual planning day on 20th June, Nicola Scott announced she is to retire from the committee. Nicola has been a member for 10 years and colleagues paid tribute to all her hard work in support of CoLRiC. She will be missed and we wish her much happiness in her new ventures. CoLRiC Executive Committee

posted on 29th Jun 2015  

CoLRiC events 2015

Once again we have had some wonderful feedback from delegates who attended our events in London and Birmingham this year. Many thanks to all who participated! If you could not be there, presentations will be shared in the members' area. Details.

posted on 22nd Jun 2015  

Sixth form college survey

The findings of the sixth form college survey have been published. Many thanks to all who participated. View

posted on 14th May 2015  

Best Practice Awards

The winners have been announced of the CoLRiC Best Practice Awards 2105. Details

posted on 20th Apr 2015  

Quality Impact 3

CoLRiC's new online magazine for members
The third issue includes details of CoLRiC's 'The Edge' events, the Jeff Cooper Award presentation to Doncaster College and their gems of good practice, and how gamification can enhance LRC induction. View

posted on 15th Apr 2015  

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