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Cambridge University Library joins Google Arts and Culture

From Monday 31 August, audiences across the globe will be able to explore some of the treasures of Cambridge University Library on the Google Arts and Culture platform .

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Read more at: A baker, a plumber, and a... swan taker

A baker, a plumber, and a... swan taker

Cambridge University Library's joint project continues to reveal the secrets of crime and punishment in the Isle of Ely

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Read more at: Reopening Cambridge University Libraries: Next Steps

Reopening Cambridge University Libraries: Next Steps

Recovery road map for physical collections and services

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Read more at: Hidden treasures of Cambridge Digital Library

Hidden treasures of Cambridge Digital Library

Since its launch in 2011, Cambridge Digital Library (CDL) has had more than 20 million page views from over 2.2million users accessing its collections from every country on the globe.

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Read more at: Saving Turkey's Children

Saving Turkey's Children

Exiled by Hitler, Albert Eckstein turned his medical expertise to saving Turkey's poorest children from the curse of infant mortality.

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Read more at: Digital Mycenae: Explore the ancient Greek city of Mycenae in a newly released digital archive

Digital Mycenae: Explore the ancient Greek city of Mycenae in a newly released digital archive

Archives relating to the British excavations of one of the most celebrated and famous cities of the ancient world, Mycenae in Greece, have been digitised on the Cambridge Digital Library to celebrate the centenary of the British archaeological dig.

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Read more at: Bringing Cambridge University Libraries To You

Bringing Cambridge University Libraries To You

We are committed to getting the physical library spaces and services open again as soon as possible, but only when it is safe to do so.

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Frequently answered questions about reopening Cambridge University Libraries

Cambridge University Library is providing a range of limited services that enable current staff and students at the University (including our NHS partners) to access the Library collections as we move forward from the COVID-19 closure. We are now able to open some library space for these readers to access Special...

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Read more at: Collecting COVID-19

Collecting COVID-19

Cambridge University Library appeals for help in building a collaborative history of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Women at Cambridge: Women’s struggle for education

The impact of women at Cambridge is incalculable. In 1869, Girton College became the first women’s college at Cambridge, and the first in Britain, to offer residential higher education for women. But Cambridge University did not grant degrees to women until the late 1940s, the last British University to do so. In this...

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