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In the mood?

It’s exam season, and libraries across Cambridge are packed with students frantically revising. It’s an odd time of the year to be a librarian – some days our reading rooms are full to bursting, then they fall eerily silent before examinees … Continue reading

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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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Late night at the Pendlebury

There is a concentrated hush fallen on Cambridge. The quiet of the spring-time meadows and college courts is broken only by the sounds of pages turning, pen scratchings, laptop-tappings, printer jams, and whispered curses emanating from libraries around the town. … Continue reading

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Easter term updates at the Pendlebury Library

The start of a new term at the Pendlebury Library sees everyone going up a gear – students revising for examinations and trying to meet deadlines for course submissions and recital programmes. Here in the library we try to provide … Continue reading

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Exam submissions time in the Pendlebury Library

It’s that time of year again, when the Custodians at the Faculty of Music wheel into the Pendlebury Library an ominously large, locked box with a posting flap in the lid.  First year undergraduates will not have met this contraption … Continue reading

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