The REBIUN Report - La Red de Bibliotecas Universitarias Españolas

Modified on Mon, 06 Nov 2023 at 04:59 PM

The REBIUN report is a biennial survey conducted by the Spanish Conference of University Libraries (REBIUN) that collects data on the activities and services of Spanish university libraries. REBIUN was founded in 1989, and it represents over 70 university libraries in Spain.


The REBIUN report collects data on a wide range of library activities and services, including circulation, reference, interlibrary loan, digital resources, and library instruction. The data collected by the report is used by REBIUN member libraries to evaluate their own performance and to benchmark their performance against other Spanish university libraries.


The report also provides insights into trends and issues in Spanish academic libraries. For example, the 2020 edition of the report highlighted the increased demand for electronic resources due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the challenges faced by libraries in adapting to remote teaching and learning.


Overall, the REBIUN report is an important tool for Spanish university libraries to collect and analyze data on their own performance and to benchmark their performance against other similar institutions. The survey data provides valuable insights into trends and issues in Spanish academic libraries, and it helps libraries make informed decisions about their collections, services, and resources.


Celus can calculate the values needed for the REBIUN report for you. Learn more about it here. 




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