Catch up on our latest e-resources

Catch up on our latest e-resources

  • Curved bookcase in Stadsbiblioteket, Stockholm by Susan Q Yin
    Curved bookcase in Stadsbiblioteket, Stockholm by Susan Q Yin

Cambridge alumni have access to a wealth of e-resources, including world-renowned journals and countless books – don't forget to take advantage of what's available!

When it comes to e-resources, Cambridge alumni can enjoy an embarrassment of riches. Wherever you live in the world, you have free access to a huge range of journals, academic resources, newspapers, miscellaneous publications and countless books. Whether you’re a specialist in one field or a keen enthusiast of many, you’re sure to find inspiring ideas and precious knowledge in these collections. 

The e-resources include world-renowned journals that span a huge range of professional knowledge, from over 1,000 scientific publications at SAGE Journals, to more than 30,000 books from Cambridge University Press, made available through Cambridge Core

You’ll also be able to access over 2,000 e-journals on JSTOR. Why not check out some of their latest collections, which spotlight research on sustainability, security studies and the lives of writers associated with core literary movements.  

If you are planning a trip to Cambridge or live locally, you can keep up to date with all the latest e-resources available in person from the University Library through this blog, from the Electronic Collection Management team (they also have Twitter).

The full list of available journals and online resources is certainly worth a deep dive or two. 

How to access
These e-resources can all be accessed using your Cambridge alumni email address. If you graduated before June 2018, you can use your address. If you graduated after June 2018, you can use your CRSid (e.g. If you have any questions about accessing e-journals, please contact the Alumni Office