A day in the life of a Library Sales Executive

Q & A with Louise Deane – Library Sales Executive   You are a Library Sales Executive – how long have you done this for and what regions do you cover in your role?


Open Access: A view from Denmark

Anna Mette Morthorst is Open Access coordinator at the Royal Danish Library. Her job entails OA advocacy, and OA policy work, primarily for Aarhus University.…


The latest KBART improvements

Cambridge Core was designed to allow for continual improvement based on feedback from our customers. Since launch, KBART lists have seen significant improvements, with the latest being the ability to select more granular options when setting variables for your list downloads.…


Innovation in Librarianship Award

The role of librarians has evolved so much over the years. Maybe they used to just shelve and help student’s find books, but these days a librarian needs to be involved with everything that goes into, and out of a library.…


Improved KBART lists available from Cambridge Core

We are excited to share with you the improvements we have made to our KBART lists on Cambridge Core. Since launch we have been continuously listening to our customers and developing the platform to ensure the best user experience possible, and as part of this commitment we have spent time upgrading our KBART offering on Cambridge Core.…


Digital textbooks now available on Cambridge Core

For the first time, Cambridge University Press is launching digital access to its top textbooks for institutions. The release of digital textbooks on Cambridge Core comes in response to customer demand and marks a first step in a broader journey to transform digital resources for teaching and learning in Higher Education.…


LIBRARIAN PERSPECTIVES: Myrna Lee, UPR Bayamón, Bayamón, Puerto Rico

In the aftermath of Hurricane María, there were many problems faced by libraries and librarians in Puerto Rico, says Myrna Lee, librarian in charge of the Magazine Room and Databases at Universidad de Puerto Rico en Bayamón.…


The TEF, Brexit and More: ABT Conference 2018

This year’s Academic Book Trade (ABT) Conference was held in Stratford-upon-Avon on two gloriously sunny days (May 10th and 11th). The theme of the conference was The TEF, Brexit and More: what’s happened, what’s happening, what to do next.…


IT, books and bookbots: Dr Jomkwan Polparsi on Thai libraries

Dr Jomkwan Polparsi was welcomed to the Cambridge Asian Librarian Advisory Board for the first time in 2018. Dr Polparsi works in Bangkok, at the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce [UTCC].…


Wits University Press ebooks now available on Cambridge Core

In 2018, ebooks from Wits University Press will be exclusively available to institutions online via Cambridge Core.  We are excited that this new agreement, which launched on 1st May 2018, is the first partnership between Cambridge University Press and an African-based university press.…


RSS feeds now available on Cambridge Core

RSS feeds are now available on Cambridge Core, to alert you to the latest publishing in journals and subjects of your choice.…


Charles Clark Memorial Lecture 2018

This year’s Charles Clark Memorial Lecture was, as usual, presented at the London Book Fair, but for the first time on the first day of the fair.  The keynote speaker was Andrus Ansip, Vice President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for the Digital Single Market.  Mr Ansip is Estonian; the book fair’s guest countries this year were Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.…