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                                                                  **Advanced notice**

Due to high level cleaning of the library entrance there will be no access to the building, for readers, until midday on Tuesday 5th July. Do not attempt to access the building until after this work has been completed and library staff have reopened the building. 

Latest University advice regarding Covid safety can be found here.

The Betty & Gordon Moore Library offers a range of online support services and ways you can access our collections, to help you learn, teach and research. 

The Betty & Gordon Moore Library

 

 

What is Scan & Deliver?

Scan & Deliver allows current staff and students to request an individual scanned copy of one chapter (or 5%) of a monograph (printed book) or  one article per issue of a journal from collections held by Cambridge University Libraries, subject to relevant  conservation approval and copyright permissions.

It is possible to order a printout of a chapter or article from material held as Electronic Legal Deposit (usually accessed via designated computers). This material will be delivered in printed form only for a charge of £2 per full printout.

Who is eligible to use Scan & Deliver? 

The service is available to all current staff and students. We regret that the service is not available to members of  other universities or private researchers, including those with a University Library Reader's Card. 

What items can be requested?

Items in the University Library's modern collections,  including open and closed stacks,  Main reading room, West Room and  the Library Storage Facility  can be requested; this includes reference items.

Where possible, items from Faculty and Department Libraries can also be requested. The Betty & Gordon Moore Library has now been added to the list of locations from which scans can be sourced.

Regrettably, newspapers and uncatalogued items are not available for this service.

How do I use the service?

Access the Scan & Deliver service here.

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