Digital resources

Digital resources

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Discover all of the alumni benefits available online for you to enjoy from wherever you are.

Online event
You can watch our digital events again, or find out what you missed, here.
Cambridge Conversations
Discover how you can keep connected to Cambridge from the comfort of your home.
CAM cover
Visit the new digital home of CAM to read the latest edition of the magazine and browse previous issues.
Journals and online resources page on a laptop

Explore your free access to a number of online academic resources wherever you live around the world.

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Dive into different subjects in detail with webinars and recordings from Cambridge’s academic Departments and Faculties
Cambridge skyline

Explore a wealth of online resources from the Colleges of Cambridge. From virtual tours and choir performances to online exhibitions and even College pets! There's something for everyone.

Apple, books and building blocks
The Cambridge Museums, Botanic Gardens, Departments and non-school institutions have put together an array of online resources to help families learn together.
Lockdown road sign
Alumni worldwide reflect on their experiences of lockdown amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. Hear from alumni from Qatar to Chile, Zambia to Greece and Australia to Japan.
Coronavirus cell closeup
Discover research and expert comment relating to the COVID-19 pandemic from the University.
Global being held in two hands
The University has over 200 volunteer-led Alumni Groups around the world. Find out how they are staying connected to their local alumni community.
Students looking at paintings in the Fitzwilliam Museum
Explore Cambridge online from the comfort of your own home while public events are not running and University buildings are closed.
Illustration of virus cells
See the information provided for staff and students and the latest University statements.
Virus cells illustration
Help us tackle COVID-19 through research collaborations, by donating equipment or funding research.
Virus cells illustration
Alumni have asked how they can help Cambridge respond to COVID-19. From donating PPE to frontline NHS staff to supporting research, every gift can make a difference.