User Advisory Forum

The User Advisory Forum provides an opportunity for our members to have a say in the future of Senate House Library.

Group meeting at Senate House Library

About the forum

The forum meets three times a year:

23 October 201912.00-14.00
29 January 202012.00-13.30
6 May 202012.00-13.30

The forum serves as a space where Library members are able to:

  • Have a say about our collections, resources and services.
  • Get involved with and have discussions about library policies.
  • Participate in conversations about the Library’s business operations and services, which ensures greater visibility, accountability and transparency with our users. 

View or download the full Terms of Reference (PDF 224 KB)

List of members

Dr Agnes Kory

The University of Manchester

Dr A Honeini 

Royal Holloway, University of London 

Allerdiena Hubbeling 

Alumni/Friend of Senate House Library

Chloe Spinks 

New York University, London 

Conor Byworth 

University of the Arts London 

Filippo Ursitti 

Goldsmiths, University of London 

Lee Fenwick 

New College of the Humanities 

Dr Lisa Morrison Coulthard 

British Psychological Society 

Natasha Josephidou 

University of London Worldwide

Paul Seen Ng 

LSE, University of London 

Robert Bud 

UCL, University of London 

Sae Matsuno 

UCL, University of London 

Terry Williams 

UCL, University of London 

23 October 2019 Meeting: AgendaMinutes

Benefits

The benefits of being a forum member:

  • Have your say in the Library’s future
  • Enjoy a complimentary lunch
  • Have free exhibition merchandise
  • Gain free entry to themed exhibition events and previews
  • Receive a £25 voucher at the end of the year

Places and availability

Thank you for your interest in the User Advisory Forum. We are now fully booked for 2019/20.

In the summer (2020) we will be advertising for places on the forthcoming 2020/21 session. Please check back to this page if you are interested in taking part.

Further information

For more information, please contact SHL.UserEngagement@london.ac.uk.