When you consider that Cambridge University Press has been in operation for over 400 years, digital innovation may seem like a flash in our publishing pan. But although the progresses we’ve made in the digital sphere in the last 20 years may represent only a small chunk of the Press’ history, the scale of our achievements since the global rise of online technologies in the 1990s demands recognition.


With the rate of technological development increasing rapidly, we continue to demonstrate commitment to digital advancement and progress. Whilst the consistently high quality of our content remains unchanged, the means by which we disseminate this to our readers has changed dramatically. Providing 24/7 access to book and journal content across the globe demands sophisticated technology which we are proud to develop and evolve year upon year.


With bold new online developments on the horizon, we take a look back at the momentous technical advances Cambridge Academic has achieved in our history of digital timeline:



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