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The Betty & Gordon Moore Library is currently offering an expanded range of online support services and new ways you can access our collections to help you learn, teach and research.

See individual zero contact services web pages for variations in availability. Please be aware that, due to the current lockdown restrictions, all services will be subject to change, possibly, at short notice and some services may have to be suspended. 

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There are lots of resources that the University of Cambridge subscribes to that help researchers find the information that they need.

If you need electronic journals or resources, then check out the ejournals and eresources LibGuide.

Looking for ebooks? The ebooks@cambridge website can help you find them as well as giving lots of helpful information such as how to reference ebooks in your work.

Want to start researching a science subject but are not too sure where to start? We recommend using the University of Cambridge’s iDiscover service which searches lots of collections all in one go so you can find books as well as electronic journal articles. Or if you are starting science research for the first time, Web of Science is a great place to start.

Need to find historical science resources such as Sir Isaac Newton’s notes on elementary mathematics? The Cambridge Digital Library has lots of digitised versions of the University Library’s extensive collections.

You can also find archival collections from around the University of Cambridge through the Janus catalogue.


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