We are happy for any current member of the University of Cambridge to recommend books to us. Preferably by emailing us, or using our online recommendation form, or using a (printed) recommendation form - available from a shelf opposite our Issue Desk. The worst feedback, I feel, you can get from any library user is … Continue reading Library Survey 2016: More books!
Often people I talk to think of libraries as "just" about books. However, some of our readers actually like to use our library as a working space - and some prefer to use our public work stations, as opposed to bringing their own laptop. The Library Survey 2016 had a specific section asking about computers … Continue reading Library Survey 2016: Computers and Printing
Another day, another couple of suggestions made in our Library Survey 2016.... This time: finding books! The classification system (which makes it impossible to browse for books on a particular topic). The signatures could be more specific. More precise classification- it sometimes takes ages to find a book if the author has written multiple works … Continue reading Library Survey 2016: Finding books
Whilst working in libraries, in the last 12 years, at each single one there were complaints about the opening hours. Don't get me wrong, I can fully see how opening hours are important, or even crucial for library users - after all, I am, have been and plan to continue to be a user of … Continue reading Library Survey 2016: Opening Hours
It is perhaps worthwhile to highlight the excellent electronic editions of Augustine and Luther which are available as part of the University’s subscription to the Intelex Past Masters series [Raven password required]. They offer access to full text editions of major English translations of these authors. The Intelex corporation is a leading provider of scholarly … Continue reading Outstanding e-resources for Theology and Religious studies: the Intelex Past Masters Augustine and Luther databases
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