Tag Archives: ebooks

E is for…Ebooks or Exams?

You may have seen some recent reports in the press about the demise of eBooks… but in academic circles this is not necessarily the case.  A couple of weeks after these reports, the eBooks team at Cambridge University Library published … Continue reading

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Smile please! The new term has started…

We’ve reached the end of the first week of term, and welcomed to the Pendlebury Library old faces and new.  Our new intake of undergraduate students studying the Music Tripos have already had a week of induction and freshers events … Continue reading

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Ebooks for music

I still remember the days when we advertised ebooks on music subjects at the Pendlebury Library by printing out all the covers on a poster and yes, they did all fit, first on an A4 and later on an A3 … Continue reading

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Reference liberation front

For the last couple of months we have been weeding at the Pendlebury Library of Music, or more precisely removing items from the open shelves (see Aging gracefully? An update on the Pre-1900s material at the Pendlebury and Autumn maintenance: … Continue reading

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To e or not to e?

In a previous post on Overnight Loans, I wrote Okay, you might be convinced by this, but you might wonder why we don’t buy more ebooks then? There wouldn’t be a need for making a physical book an ONL if … Continue reading

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Music and Dance Reference

October has been a month of library tours and research skills sessions. It’s always a challenge to provide the most relevant information in a concise format and to resist the temptation to go into too much detail about the many … Continue reading

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