at Cambridge University Library, West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DR United Kingdom
A Legal Deposit Library containing one of the greatest collections of books and manuscripts in the world.
In the vanguard of new developments in scholarship, Cambridge University Library has been amassing extraordinary collections for centuries, through both legal deposit and generous benefaction. Today, Cambridge University Library is one of the world’s most important repositories of the recorded word – in media ranging from 3000-year-old bone to the latest digital resources. Thanks to its open-stack system it offers unrivalled access to its vast collections. As a research and teaching library, it sits at the heart of academic life at Cambridge. As a resource of international importance, it supports scholarship on a global scale. The University of Cambridge’s global reputation is built on the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international level. The Library is committed to playing its part in maintaining this reputation both now and in the future. To that end the Library enables and enhances research, teaching and learning through its expertise, collections, facilities and services. The Library’s top priorities are leading information provision and discovery for Cambridge and the global academic community along with working in partnership with scholars to advance transformative research and learning.
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