As our open letter reaches 1802 signatures, we welcome support from National Union of Students (NUS) and Students’ Unions across the UK. The open letter has been signed by NUS Vice President Education and the Students’ Unions of

University of Gloucestershire, Bath Spa University, Plymouth Marjon University, University of Sussex, University of Strathclyde, University of Central Lancashire, University of Leicester, The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of West of England, Oxford Brookes, Ulster University, University of Derby, Queen Mary University of London, Northumbria and Goldsmiths

@NUSUK tweeted

Ebooks are becoming increasingly unaffordable, unsustainable and inaccessible for academic libraries to purchase. Our education must be accessible and fully funded! Support by signing their open letter, sharing this round and reading about the campaign

We need an investigation into academic ebook publishing, at a minimum, students deserve access to the key reading needed for their course & libraries should not be priced out of obtaining these resources #StudentsDeserveBetter Sign the open letter

Ultimately, we are fighting this campaign for our students and we very much look forward to working together with students’ unions in the future to see this issue addressed.

Massive thanks to all who have taken the time to read about our campaign and signed and shared the open letter.

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