LIBRARIAN PERSPECTIVES: Carlos Alberto Martínez and Rubén Pérez Cantor, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico

This time around we interviewed two librarians from Querétaro, Mexico, a city located 218 kilometers to the northeast of Mexico City.…


Cambridge University Press Celebrate International Women’s Day 2018

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS CELEBRATE WOMEN IN ACADEMIA FOR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY In celebration of International Women’s Day (8 March), Cambridge University Press (the Press) has made a collection of inspirational work written by, or about, leading academics and pioneers such as Marie Curie, Margaret Atwood and Angela Merkel, available to read for free online.…


Award-winning ebooks from Cambridge University Press

Since 2012, books published by Cambridge University Press have won more than 440 major awards. Of these, more than 330 are available as ebooks for institutional purchase.


Cambridge Asia Librarians’ Day 2018

The seventh Asian Cambridge Librarians’ Day was kindly hosted by Chulalongkorn University (Bangkok) on 22nd January 2018.  The event attracted more than seventy librarians from HE institutions across Thailand, and was also attended by sixteen members of the Cambridge Asian Librarians’ Advisory Board (CALAB) and its guests, some of whom gave presentations at the event.  The theme of the day was Digital Resource Building: a New Era for Libraries.…


Looking for Academic Research Funding? Here’s a practical guide.

Getting started in an academic career is a challenging task. It’s rare for a new faculty member to be provided with all the details necessary to establish a successful career, and an institution’s expectations of a new faculty member can be vague.…


Intersentia law books now available on Cambridge Core

In 2018, Intersentia’s books will be exclusively available to institutions online via Cambridge University Press’s Academic digital publishing platform Cambridge Core.…