Revealing the past since 1770: Cambridge Journals celebrates completion of oldest digital journal archive

Cambridge University Press and the Society of Antiquaries of London (SAL) are delighted to announce the completion of the online archives of Archaeologia, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London and The Antiquaries Journal .…


New CJO User Guides

There’s more to Cambridge Journals Online (CJO) than meets the eye. Did you know that can set up alerts to notify you when a new article is published in your subject or journal of choice?…


Cambridge University Press beats carbon reduction target

Cambridge University Press has reduced its carbon emissions by 15% over two years, achieving re-certification to the Carbon Trust standard for 2012 for its UK operations.


Cambridge Journals Digital Archive is now available throughout China

The National Library of China (NLC) has finalised an agreement to make the Cambridge Journals Digital Archive (CJDA) Complete Collection available to academic institutions throughout China.…


Cambridge University Press staff cycle for conservation

For the third year in succession, a team from Cambridge University Press, including a group of Cambridge Journals staff, took part in the London to Cambridge Cycle Ride, raising money for Fauna & Flora International (FFI) for whom we publish Oryx – the International Journal of Conservation.…


How we make research available in developing countries

We work with a wide variety of partners to make all the journals we publish available to researchers in developing countries.…


Twin your smartphone and carry your library with you

It’s now possible to twin your mobile device with CJO so that you can access all your institution’s Cambridge subscriptions from any location.


Kindle Part 4: 5 things you didn’t know you could do on your Kindle

With the different models available and decreasing prices, more and more people seem to be purchasing Amazon Kindles. I noticed from conversations on social media however that some features of the Kindle I love are unknown to other Kindle owners, so I’m sharing a few tips about the way I use my Kindle (a third generation Kindle with keyboard and 3G access) that you might not know about.…