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Scholarly Communication


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Apollo is the University of Cambridge’s institutional repository, preserving and providing access to content created by members of the University. It is delivered and managed by the University Library.

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Digital Content Unit

The Digital Content Unit, based at the University Library, provides and licenses high-quality digital images of the Library’s collections for use in research and publications. The Unit can digitize fragile older works, manuscripts etc. on request, facilitating their use in research.

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A traditional A-Z list of all ejournals licensed for use by current members of the University of Cambridge. 

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Access to databases, ejournals and ebooks provided by Cambridge Libraries.

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Inter-library loans

Material not held within Cambridge libraries can usually be obtained from other libraries in the UK and abroad through the inter-library loans service.

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Janus: catalogues of Cambridge archives

Janus provides access to more than 1800 catalogues of archives held throughout Cambridge.

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Libraries Directory

Discover and locate more than one hundred libraries in Cambridge through the Libraries Directory. Find out essential information such as opening times and admission requirements, and link to the libraries' catalogues to search their holdings.

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LibrarySearch is the best place to start your search as you can search across one or all Cambridge libraries.   LibrarySearch includes print resources in Cambridge libraries and online resources such as ebooks and ejournals.  You can filter and refine your searches by location, format, date of publication and so on.

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LibrarySearch+ allows you to search the majority of the University of Cambridge's online resources. You can search the full text of many of Cambridge's online resources, including online newspapers, citation and full text databases and other e-resources, audio and video files, as well as freely available and open access content from the web.  

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Research Operations Office

The Research Operations Office supports academic and administrative staff with research grants and contracts, and management of research projects.

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